Then call him many names
, but never the same name
I was out of neutral names
, but as the child was dead and she had never seen it, I thought I might risk a name
for it and trust to luck.
In a village of La Mancha, the name
of which I have no desire to call to mind, there lived not long since one of those gentlemen that keep a lance in the lance-rack, an old buckler, a lean hack, and a greyhound for coursing.
Sir Leicester is reading with infinite gravity and state when the door opens, and the Mercury in powder makes this strange announcement, "The young man, my Lady, of the name
The second day she began with all the comical names
she could hear of, BANDY-LEGS, HUNCHBACK, CROOK-SHANKS, and so on; but the little gentleman still said to every one of them, 'Madam, that is not my name
Comes old American stock, thirsting across the Great American Desert, mule-backing across the Isthmus, wind-jamming around the Horn, to write brief and forgotten names
where ten thousand generations of wild Indians are equally forgotten--names
like Halleck, Hastings, Swett, Tait, Denman, Tracy, Grimwood, Carlton, Temple.
When I heard the schoolroll called, I noticed that all of the children had at least two names
, and some of them indulged in what seemed to me the extravagance of having three.
Well, there's the Horse-fly,' Alice began, counting off the names
on her fingers.
When it is remembered that the Dutch (who first settled New York), the English, and the French, all gave appellations to the tribes that dwelt within the country which is the scene of this story, and that the Indians not only gave different names
to their enemies, but frequently to themselves, the cause of the confusion will be understood.
Call him RAYMOND FITZOSBORNE," suggested Diana, who had a store of such names
laid away in her memory, relics of the old "Story Club," which she and Anne and Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis had had in their schooldays.
said Mr Boffin, with a wave of his hand, as the office door was opened by the dismal boy, whose appropriate name
Things are said to be named 'equivocally' when, though they have a common name
, the definition corresponding with the name
differs for each.