the study of personal names.
A baby named "Like?" Let’s see if you like this history of names (anthroponymy)Naming your newborn can be an exciting and creative experience. A person’s given name, or forename, is important because it is usually the first impression your child will make on the world. Some parents choose to honor a family member by naming their child after a father, mother, or sibling. Others look to history for that perfect given name. And some look to…Facebook? That’s right. …
Do names prejudice how others perceive your status? A study suggests yesAre you a Samuel or a Travis, a Katherine or an Amber? According to a recent study conducted on 89 undergraduate students, a person’s socioeconomic and educational standing may be in direct correlation with a person’s name. While researchers point out that a person’s essence, status, and general fate can’t possibly be defined based on the nature of a name alone, they do, however, suggest …
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