Since many medical conditions, sports moves, bridge and chess techniques, buildings, prizes, and other things have been named after people, these are not included in this category, as categorization on the basis of having been named for a person is considered to be overcategorization based on trivial aspects of the article. This category is for the process or phenomenon of naming things after people. Feel free to add other items to the appropriate lists under the category Category:Lists of eponyms.
- For the Administrative Category, see Category:Eponymous categories
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