name (n.) 1
reputation, fame, renown
2H4 II.iv.73 [Hostess to Doll] I am in good name and fame with the very best
2H4 II.iv.88 [Hostess to Falstaff, of Tisick] said he, 'you are in an ill name'
E3 IV.iv.69 [Herald to Prince Edward] If thou call forth a hundred men of name
Ham IV.iv.19 [Captain to Hamlet] a little patch of ground / That hath in it no profit but the name
Ham V.ii.338 [Hamlet to Horatio] what a wounded name
KL I.iv.263 [Lear to Gonerill, of his men] in the most exact regard support / The worships of their name
MA I.i.7 [Messenger to Leonato, of those lost in the battle] But few of any sort, and none of name
MM I.ii.170 [Claudio to Lucio, of Angelo's decision] 'Tis surely for a name
Per IV.vi.178 [Marina to Boult] For what thou professest, a baboon ... / Would own a name too dear
Tit II.iii.183 [Lavinia to and of Tamora] The blot and enemy to our general name
TNK II.iv.26 [Arcite to Theseus, explaining his presence at court] To purchase name, and do my ablest service
TNK III.vi.240 [Emilia to Theseus, of Palamon and Arcite] how their lives / Might breed the ruin of my name, opinion
TNK V.iii.27 [Emilia to Theseus, of darkness] get herself / Some part of a good name

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