Definition of allonym in English:

allonym

noun

  • The name of another person which has been assumed by the actual author of a work; (more generally) any name assumed by someone; a pseudonym, an alias. Also (occasionally): a book purporting to be by someone other than its actual author.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From allo- + -onym, probably after French allonyme.

Pronunciation

allonym

/ˈalənɪm/