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Engleski[uredi]

Etimologija 1[uredi]

Od Srednji Engleski name, nome, od Stari Engleski nama, noma (name; noun; the particular word used to denote any object of thought not considered in a purely individual character; title; reputation; the reputation of some character or attribute; the mere appellation in contrast or opposition to the actual person or thing), od Pra-Germanski *namô (name), od Pra-Indo-Evropski *h₁nómn̥ (name). Cognate with Škotski name, naim, nem (name), North Frisian Neem, Naam, nööm, noome (name), Saterland Frisian Noome (name), West Frisian namme (name), Dutch naam (name), Low German Name (name), German Name (name), Danish navn (name), Norwegian Bokmål navn (name), Norwegian Nynorsk namn (name), Švedski namn (name), Islandski nafn (name), Latinski nōmen (name). Doublet of noun. Vidite takođe neven.

The verb is from Stari Engleski namian, od Pra-Germanski *nōmōjaną, derived from the noun.

Izgovor[uredi]

  • enPR: nām, MFA(ključ): /neɪm/
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  • Rime: -eɪm

Imenica[uredi]

name (plural names)

  1. Any nounal word or phrase which indicates a particular person, place, class, or thing.
    • Bible, Genesis ii. 19
      Whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.
    • Shakespeare
      That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet.
    • 1904, L. Frank Baum, The Marvelous Land of Oz:
      So good a man as this must surely have a name.
    • 2013 July-August, Lee S. Langston, “The Adaptable Gas Turbine”, in American Scientist ((Molimo navedite jezik navoda)):Kategorja:Navodi sa nedostajućim parametrom za jezik
      Turbines have been around for a long time—windmills and water wheels are early examples. The name comes from the Latin turbo, meaning vortex, and thus the defining property of a turbine is that a fluid or gas turns the blades of a rotor, which is attached to a shaft that can perform useful work.
    I've never liked the name my parents gave me so I changed it at the age of twenty.
  2. Reputation.
  3. An abusive or insulting epithet.
    Stop calling me names!
  4. A person (or legal person).
    • Dryden
      They list with women each degenerate name.
    • Šablon:post second edition of, 2002, Graham Richards, Putting Psychology in its Place, →ISBN, page 287 [3]:
      Later British psychologists interested in this topic include such major names as Cyril Burt, William McDougall, [] .
    • 2008 edition of, 1998, S. B. Budhiraja and M. B. Athreya, Cases in Strategic Management, →ISBN page 79 [4]:
      Would it be able to fight the competition from ITC Agro Tech and Liptons who were ready and able to commit large resources? With such big names as competitors, would this business be viable for Marico?
    • 2009 third edition of, 1998, Martin Mowforth and Ian Munt, Tourism and Sustainability, →ISBN, page 29 [5]:
      International non-governmental organisations (INGOs), including such household names as Amnesty International, Greenpeace and [] .
  5. Those of a certain name; a race; a family.
    • Macaulay
      The ministers of the republic, mortal enemies of his name, came every day to pay their feigned civilities.
  6. (computing) A unique identifier, generally a string of characters.
  7. (Britanija, finance) An investor in Lloyds of London bearing unlimited liability.
  8. Authority.
    Halt in the name of the law!
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Hiponimi[uredi]

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Derived terms[uredi]
Derived terms of name that are not hyponyms
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Verb[uredi]

name (third-person singular simple present names, present participle naming, simple past and past participle named)

  1. (transitive) To give a name to.
    • 1904, Baum, L. Frank, The Land of Oz:
      I will name the fellow 'Jack Pumpkinhead!'
    • 1913, Lincoln, Joseph C., chapter 1, in Mr. Pratt's Patients:
      A chap named Eleazir Kendrick and I had chummed in together the summer afore and built a fish-weir and shanty at Setuckit Point, down Orham way. For a spell we done pretty well.
    One visitor named Hou Yugang said he was not too concerned about climate change and Baishui’s melting.
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  2. (transitive) To mention, specify.
    He named his demands.
    You name it!
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      The three countries were named in a new study from the UN’s World Intellectual Property Organization, or WIPO.
      (file)
  3. (transitive) To identify as relevant or important
    naming the problem
  4. (transitive) To publicly implicate.
    The painter was named as an accomplice.
  5. (transitive) To designate for a role.
    My neighbor was named to the steering committee.
  6. (transitive, Westminster system politics) To initiate a process to temporarily remove a member of parliament who is breaking the rules of conduct.
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      I must warn the Right Honourable gentleman, that if he persists in his refusal to comply with my order to withdraw [the words "deliberately deceptive"], I shall be compelled to name him.
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Terms derived from name (verb)
Translations[uredi]
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See also[uredi]

Etymology 2[uredi]

Borrowed from Španski ñame, substituting n for the unfamiliar Spanish letter ñ.

Noun[uredi]

name (plural names)

  1. Any of several types of true yam (Dioscorea) used in Caribbean Spanish cooking.
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Afrikaans[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name

  1. množine of naam

Central Malay[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

Borrowed from Sanskrt नामन् (nāman).

Noun[uredi]

name

  1. name

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Cimbrian[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

Šablon:cim-noun

  1. (Thirteen Communities) name

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Dutch[uredi]

Pronunciation[uredi]

Verb[uredi]

name

  1. (archaic) singular past subjunctive of nemen

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Eastern Arrernte[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name

  1. grass

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Japanese[uredi]

Romanization[uredi]

name

  1. Rōmaji transcription of なめ

Kurdish[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

Borrowed from Persijski نامه(name).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name f

  1. letter (a document)

Lithuanian[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name m

  1. locative jednine of namas
  2. vocative jednine of namas

Middle Dutch[uredi]

Etymology 1[uredi]

From Stari Holandski namo, from Pra-Germanski *namô.

Noun[uredi]

nāme m, f

  1. name
  2. fame, reputation
Inflection[uredi]

Ovaj noun zahteva inflection-table template.

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Etymology 2[uredi]

From Stari Holandski *nāma, from Pra-Germanski *nēmō.

Noun[uredi]

nâme f

  1. taking
  2. receiving
Inflection[uredi]

Ovaj noun zahteva inflection-table template.

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Descendants[uredi]
  • Dutch: name (mostly in compounds)

Further reading[uredi]

  • name”, in Vroegmiddelnederlands Woordenboek, 2000
  • name (I)”, in Middelnederlandsch Woordenboek, 1929
  • name (II)”, in Middelnederlandsch Woordenboek, 1929

Middle English[uredi]

Alternative forms[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Stari Engleski nama.

Pronunciation[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name (plural names or namen)

  1. name

Descendants[uredi]


Volapük[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

name

  1. dative jednine of nam

Zazaki[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

Compare Middle Persian 𐫗𐫀𐫖(nʾm /nām/).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Noun[uredi]

Šablon:zza-noun

  1. name
  2. reputation



Mnemonika: 2 /3/[[]]


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THE LITTLE LADY OF THE BIG HOUSE
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Dalje[uredi]

Oh My lowered his head, ebbed swiftly through the French windows, and

as swiftly returned with the rest of Forrest's clothes-gear, helping him into undershirt and shirt, tossing a tie around his neck for him to knot, and, kneeling, putting on his leggings and spurs. A Baden Powell hat and a quirt completed his appareling--the quirt, Indian-braided of rawhide, with ten ounces of lead braided into the butt that hung from his wrist on a loop of leather.

Oh, Moj ponizno spusti glavu, izađe brzo kroz vrata, pa se isto tako brzo vrati sa ostatkom Forestove opreme za oblačenje, pomažući mu da obuče potkošulju i košulju, prebacajući mu mašnu oko vrata da je (sam) sveže, a klečeći, navuče mu dokolenice i mamuze. Šešir (a la) Baden Pauel i jahački korbač upotpunjavali su njegovu opremu - korbač je bio indijanski, pleten od sirove životinjske kože, sa deset unca olova utkanog u zadnji deo, koji mu je visio sa ručnog zgloba na jednoj kožnoj zakački.

Reference[uredi]

  1. Džek, London (1957). "I". Mala Ledi. Beograd. p. 13.