So it was, more by tone and emphasis and context of situation than by anything else, that Jerry came hazily to identify himself with names
such as: Dog, Mister Dog, Adventurer, Strong Useful One, Sing Song Silly, Noname, and Quivering Love-Heart.
I was glad to see that you knew George and Tom and Darley, for I had never heard of them before and therefore could not be sure that you had; and I was glad to learn the names
of those imaginary children, too.
Having got a name
for his horse so much to his taste, he was anxious to get one for himself, and he was eight days more pondering over this point, till at last he made up his mind to call himself "Don Quixote," whence, as has been already said, the authors of this veracious history have inferred that his name
must have been beyond a doubt Quixada, and not Quesada as others would have it.
Sir Leicester pauses, stares, repeats in a killing voice, "The young man of the name
Then she grieved sorely at her misfortune, and said she would give him all the wealth of the kingdom if he would let her off, but in vain; till at last her tears softened him, and he said, 'I will give you three days' grace, and if during that time you tell me my name
, you shall keep your child.
begin to appear fast and furiously, flashing from legal page to legal page and in a flash vanishing.
If "John" or "Susan" belonged to a white man by the name
of "Hatcher," sometimes he was called "John Hatcher," or as often "Hatcher's John.
Principal mountains--I'm on the only one, but I don't think it's got any name
As we believe this to be an appropriation of the name
that has its origin with ourselves, the time has arrived, perhaps, when the fact should be frankly admitted.
If you hadn't I was going to ask you to let me name
one -- just some unimportant person.
I'll take the opportunity, if you please, of entering your name
in our Callers' Book for the day.
On the other hand, things are said to be named 'univocally' which have both the name
and the definition answering to the name