In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Whenever the author mentioned someone in the article, she went to lengths to note her race, always with some appellation like ‘Asian-American.’
- He also pointed out the quite strict rules which apply to names, appellations, etc.
- ‘Akishino’ and ‘Nori’ are more formal appellations used only with the titles ‘prince’ or ‘princess’.
- I had always called my parents' friends by their first names - heck, I called my parents by their first names, but somehow Mrs. B's Christian appellation never fell trippingly from my lips.
- This of course is not a name for a child to use, but a suitable appellation will reveal itself.
- Beware of people claiming supernatural powers, and of those that try to impress you with pompous titles and appellations.
- Even the word ‘coke’ has become a generic term, far better known and certainly more descriptive than any other soft drink appellation.
- Here in America, of course, nobody but politicians gets any summer vacation worthy of that appellation.
- Frown would have been a more appropriate appellation had this charmingly unique collection been allowed to languish unfinished.
- She had wanted her cat to be known by a less common appellation.
- There had been some disputes about the appellation of the monetary unit but the name ‘lev’ (in Bulgarian lev is the old word for lion) was adopted by the majority.
- This apparently was its original name, ‘Gold Coast’ being only its British colonial appellation.
- The women's squads voted in 1989 to adopt the name as well, abandoning their former appellation, Gussies.
- In debates throughout the 1990s, ‘Central’ gradually became the politically correct appellation for this part of the world.
- While it may be tempting to call this a folk record, its instrumentation is generally too ornate for that genre appellation.
- Twenty-two out of 39 listed companies that changed their names last year picked new appellations that included e-this or cyber-that or somethingdotcom.
- Worse still (‘mate’ being a pretty working-class appellation, after all), is this a symptom of snobbery which my school, despite my best efforts, succeeded in indoctrinating me with?
- In this case, that means that lying, disobedience to your parents, and covetousness could all qualify me or you for that appellation.
- But while most cats shared the simple appellation, miu, some people took names from cats.
- Those letters can be the initials of a first or a last name (of a person or a pet), or can represent a title or any other appellation.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.