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Names are common words which act as a title label or tag A name gives an object a sense of identity Names of people or humans are more important than that of animals and objects It can act as an indicator in many ways or it can act as a award or title Our own names are something we do not choose it is chosen for us by others Names can be originated from a persons family names or from a mixture of other names for example a mix of both the names of the parents A person might be named due to the auspicious things possibly connected to a month or he or she may be named after a god indicating religious luck Names can be gender specific It can indicate a persons religion race or geographical origins for example Patel Shah- a person from Gujrat India It can also indicate family history a persons profession and the status and wealth for example a rich family name casts or upper class names A name can identify someone famous such as a pop star singer or role model A title can be given to a name such as Doctor which makes that person stand out and also indicates who they are Names can be changed especially when a woman marries or by a persons choice Actors and singers change their name for professional reasons usually another name might sound better for them Women usually lose their maiden names when they are married especially in Christianity which might symbolize the superiority of men over women In some religions a babys name might not be related to either of the parents names especially in Buddhism where a new name is created In the Sindhi religion a womans first and last names are lost upon marriage The name of an object doesnt really matter if we learn that name and it remains the
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