nameworthy

nameworthy

(ˈneɪmˌwɜːðɪ)
adj
worthy of or deserving a name
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] items as labels for nameworthy segments of extralinguistic reality", the nature of our perception of extralinguistic reality may mean that we prefer to see particular entities or events as nouns or as verbs, and that those different perspectives involve a semantic difference.
I was born after the dictator completed most of his work: our country bore his name by that point, General Ricardo SaJvatierra; our nine states bore his name also, as did our ninety-four counties, and streets and boulevards and freeways, and each of our cities, and bridges and plazas, train stations, airports, rivers, and mountains and everything else nameworthy in the national territory.
The concept itself is nameworthy enough for most speakers to know the unit that expresses it.