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A line in Shakespear's "Romeo & Juliet" asking what significance the name of an object has to the properties of that object. Also recited in Tupac's "Peep Game" in reference to himself and his own personal qualities.
1. "What's in a name? A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet."

2. "They do it for the fame, explain, insane, what's in a name, what's in a name? Peep game."
by HG2013 February 24, 2008
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