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An deadnaming iyo an akto kan pagpanongod sa sarong transgender o non-binary na tawo gamit an sarong ngaran na dati nindang piggagamit bago an transitioning, siring kan saindang birth name.[1] An deadnaming posibleng bakong intensyonal, o sarong deliberate attempt tanganing negaran, tuyawon o invalidate an gender identity nin sarong tawo.[1][2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Sinclair-Palm, Julia (May 1, 2017). ""It's Non-Existent": Haunting in Trans Youth Narratives about Naming". Occasional Paper Series 2017 (37). doi:10.58295/2375-3668.1102. ISSN 2375-3668. https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2017/iss37/7. "Originating in the trans community, the term "deadnaming" describes calling a trans person by their birth name after they have adopted a new name. The act of deadnaming has the effect of "outing," or making public, a trans person's identity. Deadnaming is sometimes accidental, as when a friend or family member is still adjusting to a trans person's new name and unintentionally calls them by their birth name. However, there are also many times when trans people are addressed by their birth name as a way to aggressively dismiss and reject their gender identity and new name.". 
  2. Stanborough, Rebecca (February 2020). She/He/They/Them: Understanding Gender Identity (in English). Capstone. ISBN 978-0-7565-6561-9.