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For instance, if I want to say that James Joyce's character Dedalus lives up to his namesake, the mythological Daedalus, is there a word to refer to the latter? Thank you both for your comments.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. To help bring the beer to life, Constellation worked with Bayless as well as two craft brewers on recipe development and production. The connotation is that another "Diego" is my tocayo , but if what we share is the last name apellido instead of the first name, then that person would not be my tocayo.
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Constellation, which yesterday reported second quarter earnings for the 2016 fiscal year, grew its net sales, for beer, 14 percent. The latter implies coincidence more than intention at least to me.
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You're right, namesake has the same ambiguity, but the difference is that it can be applied in the context of someone's surname Stephen Dedalus, in my example , while, as Diego mentions in his answer, tocayo cannot.
See for example this article in which Leonardo Mayer beats his namesake Florian Mayer. Launching into craft with a Mexican-inspired ale is a natural starting point for Constellation, which already makes and markets a number of Mexican imports, including Corona, Pacifico, Modelo and Victoria.
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Charlie 47. The company tapped Perennial Artisan Ales founder Phil Wymore for help creating the recipe and it is currently producing the beer under contract at Two Brothers Brewing in Warrenville, Illinois. Dicho de una persona o de una cosa: Is there a single word in Spanish that can be used as "namesake" in English in the sense of "the person who someone is named after"?