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Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only about holy things (like writing a Sefer Torah) there is a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

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Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only about holy things (like writing a Sefer Torah) there is a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only about holy things (like writing a Sefer Torah) there is a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

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Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only holy about holy things (like writing a Sefer Torah) is there is a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only holy about things (like writing a Sefer Torah) is there a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only about holy things (like writing a Sefer Torah) there is a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.

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Igros Moshe Even HaEzer (1:96) (not on Hebrewbooks) says that it makes sense to say that only holy about things (like writing a Sefer Torah) is there a decree against "leaving a name for the wicked (meaning Apikorsim - heretics)".

Therefore, one's allowed to use and call medical or mechanical inventions after them.