Why are names important?
to establish the identity of others
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Answer so that everyone in the world would know what you're talking about regardless of origin/language or culture With many items such as drugs, there are specific naming conventions and the scientific name itself gives an idea of the function of the drug. However, many "lay people" prefer… names like aspirin rather than acetylsalicylic acid. Similarly chemical names describe the chemical structure, but can be complex so many items will have a "common name" and a "chemical name". (MORE)
Well because almost every animal has different names, in certin places of the world, they just call it one scientific name. So it can be easier.It also helps scientists in their communication.
In French like in English, the related name for the adjectiveimportant is "importance". Importance is a feminine noun in French.
well, God told him to name him jesus. and what jesus means: God rescues...pretty much.
common names cause confusion they dont have scientfic basis. as there are number of common names for a single specie. or one name can be reffered to different specie. scientific names are known and accepted through out the world. they give us scientific basis and eleminate the confusion
One Opinion: Your name is very important! It identifies who you are, and if you don't have one, it's like you don't exist. You sign your name on your checks, you give your name when greeting people you don't know, you label your property with your name, and people won't know what to call you. It w…ould be funny if somebody you knew said "Hey, Person, look at this!". Personally, I think that "person" is very generic for a description of someone. Another Opinion: A name is a quality with utility. As a quality, it identifies who you are, and if you don't have one, others may find it more challenging to refer to you, and the ability to refer to and identify a subject is integral to complex communication. In English, it'd be naturally troubling to explain to someone that you wanted a chair if the word "chair" was nonexistent. It has utility in that, you use it to sign it on your checks, greet others, and label your property. A unique name, such as "John", accomplishes these things by helping separate you from the rest, while a general name, such as "person", does not. A name is not important in that it is a necessary quality to have, however it may be an important factor to include when it becomes, quite literally, the subject in language. (MORE)
The scientific names allows all scientists to be able to identify the specific animal. For instance, the mountain lion may also be called by puma, cougar, panther, etc. By calling it Felis concolor, which is its scientific name, scientists are easily able to identify what it is, regardless of its… local name. (MORE)
Yes. names are the very bones of our language. A robin is standing by the stone outside my window. If you don't share my understanding of the words robin, stone and window then that sentence would be meaningless and would convey no information. Similarly with people. If I say "Pat is speaki…ng with Joe about Bill", you need to know the people I mean when I use the words Pat, Joe and Bill. If you don't then I might have to add surnames to the sentence - "Pat Jones is speaking with Joe Sullivan about Bill Murphy" .... here, the extra information provided by the new names used might help you to identify who I mean. Going back to the other sentence... robin - as a word - is a short of shorthand for "small-sized bird with a red breast" - and now you need to understand what I mean by bird and breast, and then if I have to explain bird I'm going to have to explain wing, and maybe nest. Names are vitally important to good communication - which is the purpose of language. (MORE)
The main desert of India, and its largest arid zone is the Great Indian Desert, also known as the Thar Desert. It is located in the northwestern part of India on the border with Pakistan.
The Tasman Sea, which lies between Australia and New Zealand, was named after Abel Tasman. Tasman was the first European to sight both New Zealand and Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania). As the Tasman Sea lies between these two points, it was logical to name it after the first known European explorer …to discover and traverse the sea. (MORE)
it is because it is our vital part of our self-image and instantly gives familiarity and connection to the other person.
Just the fact that the "Divine name" was originally in the manuscipts almost 7,000 times, and then surgically removed, should give us pause. It should make it obvious that the Creator was proud of His name, wanted all of creation to know that name and use His name, in their worship, as did the serva…nts of Jehovah did in Biblical tymes. It would seem apparent that He did not want, or intend for His name to be removed. Who is man that he can check Jehovah's Hand? Read Isa. 55:8-9 - 8 For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the LORD (Jehovah) 9 For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. After reading that text it is evident, that man cannot, and should'nt second guess Jehovah, & cannot check His hand. To the Christ, his Fathers name was very important. How do we know this? Just look at the "Lords Prayer" - recorded at Matt. 6:9 - In this "model prayer" The Christ, instructed us to pray"... for thy kingdom to come, thy will to take place on earth, as in heaven, forgiveness of our trepassess, lead us not into temptation... But before all those very important things, the very first thing that he instructed us to pray for is the Hallowing or keeping of his Father's name, Holy . This was very important to both Jesus and Jehovah. The translators have, summarily made a mockery of that prayer, for they have made that name anything but Holy, by the concealing of that "divine name". Just think of the billions that have died not knowing the Creators name. "... the suppression of The Name (Jehovah) has entailed upon the reader, and especially upon the hearer, irreparable loss ... its suppression was a MISTAKE ..." --Rotherham, 1, Ch. IV, 22-29 The substitution of the word "Lord" is most unhappy ; for...it in NO WAY represents the meaning of the sacred name ( Jehovah )..." - The 1872 edition of Smith's Bible Dictionary Support of Trinitarian Doctrine When Rome voted to adopt the Trinity doctrine of the numerous Pagans in her empire - The Name of God - YHWH (translated Jehovah in English) - interfered and hindered the Newly Adopted teaching That Jesus was the Almighty God - Jehovah. Rome paid her translators to remove God's name almost Seven Thousand Times (7,000) from the Bible. ~The Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics; The Bible in the Church~ True worshippers should be indignant due to the irresponsible deciet perpetrated on mankind. also see John 12:28 & John 17:6 The above resource also "prove" that the "Trinity" concept"is not scriptural, for the Bible was corrupted and the Creator's name removed, just to obscure the Christ identity and help give this "pagan doctrine "currency". They Paid the translators!!! Many repeat the Hebrew salutation of praise: "Hallelujah" - every Sunday, in church, but most do not get the full significance. They will say it means "praise to the Lord", but they have summarily done the same thing the translators have done, and removed God's name & replaced it with Lord. Look closely at the signature "Hallelu - Jah" The last 3 letters of this praise is "Jah"a shorten form of the divine name - look @ Psalms 68:4 - So this signature of praise actually gives us "Praise to Jah or Jehovah" 4 Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him. - Psalms 68:4 Psalm 83:18 (King James Version) 18 That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth. (MORE)
There are 35 over 100 kilometres long rivers in Finland. The five longest ones are Kemijoki (Kemi River, 593 km), Iijoki (Ii River, 330km), Ounasjoki (Ounas River, 298km), Kitinen (278 km) and Muonionjoki (Muonio's River, 230km). The other 30 rivers, in order from the longest one to the shortest …one, are called Luiro, Kymijoki, Tornionjoki, Simojoki, Ivalojoki, Kiiminkijoki, PyhÃ¤joki, Perhonjoki, Tenojoki, Siikajoki, KokemÃ¤enjoki, Raudanjoki, Lapuanjoki, Porvoonjoki, Kalajoki, KyrÃ¶njoki, Livojoki, Siuruanjoki, Loimijoki, Karvianjoki, Vaskojoki, Oulujoki, Oulankajoki, Nuorittajoki, KiehimÃ¤njoki, Paimionjoki, Vantaanjoki, Lieksanjoki, TenniÃ¶joki and Vuoksi. (MORE)
Cairo ( the capital) . Alexandria . Luxor . Aswan . Sharm El Sheikh . Marsa Matrouh
Its what people call you,like if ur saying, "He is a jerk"People might say,"who?"Then you'll have to point but it'll be harder if there not even there.
Well, let's take a little hypothetical scenario... You have a friend who doesn't have a name, who we'll refer to as " ________". Whenever you want to speak to this friend, you just say, "Hello, ______," or leave out the name entirely. ________ also has a sibling named ________, whose name is al…so shared by the household's parents. The ________ family typically gives generic birthday cards without names on them and sends letters without senders' names on them, only closings, and their designated patch in the local cemetery is just full of blank headstones. Mr. ________ has a wonderful driver's licence without a name on it, and though he's an exceptional driver, he has been caught speeding a couple of times and had to face the embarrassment of the policeman not knowing what to write in his ticket book and wondering if the licence was valid. Whenever he goes to buy groceries, the clerks always give him funny looks because of his lack of name (although they seem to forgive it). The worst part, though, is when Mr. or Mrs. ________ has to register for some sort of bank account on-line and has to type in a name. The form always complains that they can't just leave the fields blank, so they've always had to special-register their accounts over the phone. ________ (your friend) recently got an award for outstanding performance. However, there was a slight problem when it came time to break the news: there was no name to call, so instead the epithet "quirky programmer with a messy desk" was used. Your friend, though much more amused than offended, secretly wished they'd have picked something else. Immigrating to the country to begin with, as Mr. ________ explained, was a lot of trouble. Not only was he told to pick a constant surname, as some Icelanders are, for example, but he was actually told to pick a given name and a middle name too. He refused, insisting that a lack of name was family tradition, and as a result it took a full three weeks before they finally got his records sorted out and let him immigrate. On a few documents where they weren't allowed to leave the names blank, they had to record him as "None None None", which he personally finds a lot less elegant than "________ ________ ________". However, he does acknowledge that None N. None has a certain ring to it. (MORE)
It's meaning. YHWH (the English letters representing His name) means I was, I am, I will be (or self-existent one). It is a memorial of His everlasting presence.
It provides a way to communicate names in a global language so that scientists worldwide will understand.
There is no reason in the story to name them, it wouldn't have affected the end results of the story line. But by providing the names, Tolkien adds a sense of history and depth to the books and to the history of Middle Earth. It hints of magic and civilizations in the past, anchoring the present of …the story firmly into a history. It also shows the swords importance. All three were forged by the master-smith in Gondolin. Sting in particular needed the lineage to show its purpose as a spider killer. Shelob's predecessor Ungoliant made her abode in Ered Gorgoroth, right near Gondolin. The other swords were made to destroy orcs, and the orcs knew it when they saw them. Beater and Biter put great fear into them. (MORE)
Names signify who you are and to whom you belong. They define your heritage and give you an identity.
Mississippi is not important actually missi was the explorers girlfriend ppi is her last name so a few changes and woop zoop sloop you get MISSISSIPPI (not truly true)
The answer you are seeking will only be found in the RC Catholic version of Scripture. Suggest you add this category above as non-Catholic Bible Versions list 3 angels by name - Michael, Gabriel, Lucifer who became Satan.
; ) Usually just so that no one can claim your work, or so if you lose your paper, anyone who finds it can return it to you. So yeah, it's pretty important.
there are a lot of names to mention but i would recommend: Dante Alighieri + Francesco Petrarch + Giovanni Boccaccio in humanism. Leonardo DA Vinci + Michaelangelo + Raffaello sanzio + donato bramante you could consider those renaissance artists and masters . two important writer two are: baldassar…e castiglione the writer of the courtier Niccolo machiavelli the writer of the prince (MORE)
You need to pick the name of a saint with whom you feel a close connection, someone you can emulate and look up to as a role model.
Depends in what kind of subject. There's. Abraham Lincoln Albert Einstein Isaac Newton Lance Armstrong Barack Obama George Washington Theres alot of important people out there.
It may spark an interest in the biblical stories which involve the original person the name was chosen from. Also the names themselves are often an encouragement once you look into the meanings of them.
Computers communicate using numbered addresses. The domain names exist for humans to remember things like e-mail addresses (@yourdomain.com) and websites (http://some-domain-name.org) so that we can type them into our web browser or e-mail or tools and Domain Name Service can turn the name we can re…member into an address the computers use to communicate. (MORE)
A scientific name is made up of the genus and species names. Which come from Latin roots with only the first letter of the genus capitalized and is type italicized or if writing it out it must be UNDERLINED. The scientific name is important because multiple organisms have the same "common name" but …with the scientific name it allows biologist worldwide to communicate easier. (MORE)
singh =lion kaur =princess They are important because they show that someone is a Sikh or not
Christ means anointed, Act 4:12 Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved." Christ is important because it tells us Jesus wasn't just 'acting' alone he was sent anointed by God There is no salvation without Him. H…e is the exclusive Savior. No other name under heaven has been given among men for salvation, and it is by this name alone that we must be saved. (MORE)
it is important to name your pet(s) so he or she will have to respond to. For example: if you keep calling your dog by different names, it may get confused and when someone calls that name, he/she might run towards the person thinking ' i think i just heard my name!!!!!! A name is used to ensure …that you have a more personal relationship with your pet. (MORE)
Well to Jews it is important because an important Jewish king was called David. David killed Goliath, who was an enemy of the Israelites. To everyone else, it's a nice name and means "beloved".
because its who they are and theres a story behind their name.Also because theres always a meaning to someones name.
This was the common name of a 'white faced bird' in Welsh. This bird, the Great Auk, became extinct probably due to over-harvesting, in the mid 19th century. It was considered to share many similarities with the Penguin as we now know it, and seamen possibly transferred the name.
Besides the obvious that it will help you remember the contents, If you do not give it a unique name and use the default (usually "Untitled") then the next time you save a file it will overwrite the old file and it will be lost. Leave the extension (the part after the . as in *.flv or *.txt or some …such) if there is one till you understand about them cause sometimes the computer needs them (sometimes not) (MORE)
No....... if you want every person in the world to just call you - person go into the doctors: Sam Powell James Lewis Sarah tucker and..., person person
Actually, it isn't. Some epithets, and even genera, have been in Chinese, Japanese, or even Native American languages; the only important thing is to pick a distinctive name that won't be the same as any existing one and won't change because of errors made by someone inexperienced in the language or… changes in the language itself (the main reason Latin is a favourite is that it's considered a "dead" language by almost everyone in the world except certain Italians). Here are some examples of non-Latin or mixed genera/epithets: Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (epithet from native Siberian/Alaskan languages) Linheraptor exquisitus (genus from Chinese) Tsaagan mangas (from Mongolian) Shuvuuia deserti (genus from Mongolian) Unenlagia comahuensis (genus from Mapudungun, a Chilean language) (MORE)
mujhe kya pata. tumhe pata hai to batao i dont know. if u know then tell
Have you ever been around one of those pushy salesmen who use your name in every single sentence? It's really, really annoying, isn't it? There ya go.
It makes a product more memorable, and adds perceived value by endowing it with a character and personality with which the consumer enjoys a growing relationship.
I don't have a middle name, so I don't think it is very important on your passport.
well i was born in FL so i know many important places in FL 1 Daytona Lagoon 2 Sea World 3 Disney World
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because if you don't know what is the name of the hotel that you will go you can't find the hotel that you can go
a lot of rivers actually . Saigon River . Mekong . Chinit River . Stung Neang Sa Sngach . Moung Russey River...... and so on.........
Name meaning can be quite important, but the answer to this is subjective. Name meaning can be sometimes associated with religion. So the keener someone is to think under that spectrum, the easiest they will find it to believe in name meanings. For many others , it can be something of little signif…icance. (MORE)
Naming is based on the elemental composition. Knowing the name, and the rules of naming, allows scientists to write about that compound without writing the chemical formula each time.
It bonds the child with his/her faith, and is a way of thanking God for Giving this child to his/her parents & community.
The 5 important cities in Africa are: Cape town, south Africa, Accra, Giltana, Nairobi, Kenya, Johannesburg, south Africa, and Gaborone, Botswana.