Can a EnumProperty have dynamic name?

I have defined a custom Enum property for the Material type:

bpy.types.Material.EMaterial = EnumProperty(
items=[('none', 'None', ''), ('vertex_lit', 'Vertex Lit', ''), ('transparent', 'Transparent', ''), ('transparent_bfcall', 'Transparent Back Face Cull', '')], name="Material"
)


This’s how I display panel for each material of a selected object:

    def get_materials(self, object):
slots = object.material_slots
materials = []
for slot in slots:
if slot.material != None:
materials.append(slot.material)
return materials

def draw_material(self, material):
layout = self.layout
column = layout.column()
column.prop(material, 'EMaterial')

def draw_materials(self, context):
object = context.active_object
materials = self.get_materials(object)
for material in materials:
self.draw_material(material)

@classmethod
def poll(cls, context):
return context.object != None

def draw(self, context):
self.draw_materials(context)


I want the name of the property (marked red in the image ) to be dynamic. i.e. it should depend on the material name itself. For example if the name of the material is material_1 the name of the property should be material_1. Is it possible to achieve it?

P.S. please let me know if my question isn’t clear enough , I’ll elaborate it.

This can be done by adding the optional text argument to column.prop(material, 'EMaterial').
column.prop(material, 'EMaterial', text=material.name)