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PSEUDONYM
(N) a fictitious or fake name.
HOMONYM
(N) two words spelled and pronounced the same, but having different meanings.
AMNESIA
(N) loss of memory
MNEOMONIC
(Adj.) assisting the memory
AMORPHOUS
(Adj.) having no definite shape or form.
SYNONYM
(N) word that has the same meaning as another.
RENOVATE
(V) made new again, restore to a better condition.
MORPHOLOGY
(N) study of form and structure of living things.
MORTAL
(Adj) subject to death, fatal.
NECROLOGY
(N) a list of the recently dead (like obituary section)
MORTIFY
(V) embarrass "to death", detroy vitality of.
POST MORTEM
(N) examination after death to see cause of death.
NOVEL
(Adj/N) new, original/a made-up prose narrative.
NECROPOLIS
(N) city of the dead, cemetary
NEOPHYTE
(N) a new convert or beginner
NEONATAL
(Adj.) of or affecting the newborn
OMNISCIENT
(Adj) all-knowing and aware
OMNIPOTENT
(Adj) all powerful
OMNIVOROUS
(adj) feeding on both animal and vegetable
OMNIFICIENT
(Adj)having all creative power.