In the curious case of Elle Fanning, however, the appellative is entirely deserved.
Such, however, is not the case, George being his only Christian appellative.
The appellative "Elias" is in fact both a personal name and a title.
The only appellative I find, (if it can be called one), is the Ang.-Sax.
At the sound of the tender Russian appellative she turned to me quickly.
That ayogriha is the name of the prince, not an appellative, appears from the Pli recensions.
We must remember that nearly all Grecian proper names had some meaning: being compounds or derivatives from appellative nouns.
For this name of the place is not appellative or descriptive, as our translation renders it, "paradise of pleasure."
The alphabet is general property, and everyone has the right to use it for the creation of a word forming an appellative sound.
In the name of another lake in Russia, the Karduanskoi-ilmen, it seems to occur as an appellative.