One of the new owners bears the cognomen of Mark and, as many people know, the Thai phrase that sounds a lot like ‘mark, mark’ means ‘much’ or ‘a lot of’.
The first revolver bearing the cognomen LadySmith was the Model M Hand Ejector of 1902.
A grateful Senate voted him the cognomen Augustus, by which name he is generally known in the history books.
‘The name ‘Caesar’ is a cognomen , a nickname given to one member of a Roman clan and borne by his descendants as a kind of surname.
Galaxy's tough, brawling style earned him the cognomen , ‘The Thai Tyson’ and his record certainly shows a man who dominated his division.
Scipio received the cognomen Africanus and returned to Rome to celebrate a triumph.
Robert Fitzgerald correctly refers to Athena's cognomen in the first book of the Odyssey as ‘Mentes.’
Documents dating between 1521 and 1524 attest that he had assumed the cognomen Lieto, the Italian version of Laetus, substituting this for his actual patronymic, Allegri.
With the cant of abolitionism well amplified, Missourians took up the cognomen of Southerners more widely, yet still largely as a defense of the peculiar institution.
It didn't last long under that cognomen and now goes by the less enticing Pan Nice Lady Bar.