This use of our given names
had come about quite as a matter of course, and was as unpremeditated as it was natural.
For the sake of convenience I have myself given names
to the various Folk I was more closely in contact with, and the "Chatterer" is the most fitting description I can find for that precious stepfather of mine.
Bert and Mary addressed each other by their given names
, but to Saxon Bert was "Mr.
Well, if they like it, Tom, all right; but I don't want to be a king and have only just a given name
, like a nigger.
Months before Akut had given the boy a name of his own choosing, since he could not master the man given name
The girl flushed at the sudden and unexpected use of her given name
, and was surprised that she was not offended.
I have a hundred and fifty dollars at use, besides a bed and twenty sheep, to good; and I don’t crave to live in a house where a body mustn’t call a young woman by her given name
to her face.
China has given names
to a lot of things: siopao, siomai, ampao, pechay, hototay.
The historical importance of a person's family tree is reflected in today's top 10 Welsh surnames, all of which are based on fathers' given names
The State Bank was given names
and National ID numbers of the people included in Schedule 4, the sources added.
References DAGN Dictionary of Ashkenazic Given Names
, Alexander Beider, 2001 DOST Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue, 1937-2002 DUB Dictionary of Universal Biography, Albert Hyamson, 1951 EB Encyclopaedia Britannica EDD English Dialect Dictionary, Joseph Wright, 1905 Facebk Facebook, online social networking site [Net] GeoNames National Imagerv and Mapping Agency placename database [geonames.
The Northern Indian Ocean region's tropical cyclones are being given names
since October 2004.