Probably the tag should be burninated. It's used in over 150 questions for a wide variety of topics. Among them:

  • named pipes
  • named parameters
  • named entities
  • named ranges
  • named functions

and a lot of stuff about various naming issues.

I don't know if there are really meaningful uses for such tag, but it seems to me that our dear Trogdor should be called on it.

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  • Don't forget named, the executable associated with BIND. – Michael Berkowski Nov 5 '13 at 21:10
  • Got rid of most [named] [pipe(s)] and variants by retagging to [named-pipes]. The BIND ones I'm not sure about, but [named] might simply be removable on those that already have [bind]. And I guess there's not much harm in removing it from all other named thingies. – Mat Nov 6 '13 at 6:04

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