Is there a standard name for a linear operator $T$ on a finite dimensional vector space satisfying $T^n=T^{n+1}$ for some $n\geq 1$ or, equivalently, $T$ is a similar to a direct sum of a nilpotent matrix and an identity matrix? I am not looking so much for name suggestions, but rather for a generally accepted terminology from the literature.

**Added Motivation.** In Kovacs proof that the complex algebra of the monoid of $n\times n$-matrices over a finite field is semisimple a key step is to show that the ideal of the monoid algebra spanned by the singular matrices is a unital ring. He shows that the identity is a linear combination of matrices satisfying the above property. He calls such matrices semi-idempotent. But I believe he invented the name.

Being a semigroup theorist I don't like math terms involving "semi" and so in my book I would prefer another term, preferably one in use in the matrix theory literature.