One-Word Title

A title of a work that's only one word long.

Note: Titles that's the name of a character (e.g. "Rose"; it refers to the character Rose Tyler) don't go here, they go under Character Title and its subtropes. Words comprised of two or more words written as one don't count either.

Compare to One-Letter Title and Short Titles. Contrast to The Fantastic Trope of Wonderous Titles and Long Title. Verbed Title and Mononymous Biopic Title are subtropes.

Helpful tip for new tropers: To link to a one-word trope, enclose in curly braces: {{Trope}}. Can be embedded inside square brackets: [[{{Trope}} visible text]]. And now you know. (In case you were wondering, the above text uses the [=This is not a link=] tag. But, please be sure you are using the proper namespace.

Examples:

    open/close all folders 

    Anime & Manga 

    Comic Books 
  • Seconds, named after the restaurant in which most of the plot transpires.
  • Watchmen

    Fan Fic 

    Film 

    Literature 
  • Warriors has several: the entire second series (Midnight, Moonrise, Dawn, Starlight, Twilight, Sunset), Outcast, Eclipse, and Sunrise.
  • Wasp
  • Wildbow, the author of Worm, Pact, and Twig, is very fond of this trope.

    Live-Action TV 

    Machinima 

    Manhwa 

    Music 

    Newspaper Comics 

    Pinball 

    Poetry 

    Theater 

    Video Games 

    Web Animation 

    Webcomics 

    Web Orginal 

    Western Animation