Definition of Name tag
1. Noun. A tag showing the name of the person who wears it.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Name Tag
Literary usage of Name tag
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Teaching The Best Practice Way: Methods That Matter, K-12 by Harvey Daniels, Marilyn Bizar (2005)
"Procedure Distribute one name tag to each student and have them fasten it on. %u may want to give any student(s) who will have difficulties following along ..."
2. Ancient Greece by Sandi Johnson (2003)
"Direct students to fold the construction paper lengthwise to make a name tag for their desks. EXAMPLE The name Robert, phonetically, is Rah-burt. ..."
3. Thinking Skills, Grades 1-2by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris (2002)
"Have the student wearing Kirk's name tag choose any chair and sit. ... Have the student wearing Laurie's name tag sit beside Kirk. ..."
4. Guatemala's Forgotten Children: Police Violence and Abuses in Detention by Lee Tucker, Human Rights Watch/Americas (1997)
"... Peten to Guatemala City, where he was stationed at the 1st precinct; one of the officers had a name tag of "Cruz;" and one had a name tag of "Velasquez. ..."
5. The Passing of Korea by Homer Bezaleel Hulbert (1906)
"It was called the " name-tag." Every two or three years, or every year in which a great national examination was held, all these tags were changed or ..."
6. National Park Service Uniforms: In Search of an Identity, 1872-1920 by R. Bryce Workman (1994)
"name tags Page 57: The 1969 uniform regulations specified a uniform, for the first time, for maintenance personnel, along with a new name tag. ..."
7. A Librarian's Planning Handbook for a Read-To-Me Club by Julie Todaro-Cagle (1995)
"Be sure that you get your child's name tag from the name tag area before activity times. After the activity time, you may leave the tag with us for future ..."