- MEDIA WATCH. // Nursery World (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);8/9/2011, Vol. 111 Issue 4275, p5
The article discusses a report by the Office for National Statistics that Oliver and Olivia remain the most common baby names throughout England and Wales for the second consecutive year as of August 2011, with Jack being the second for boys, and Sophie for girls, according to "The Daily Telegraph."
- Name games. Howard, L.; Zeman, N. // Newsweek;6/29/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 26, p8
Reports that some newlyweds have begun to combine surnames, while others choose new surnames, and some just hyphenate them. Why this is considered a politically correct practice; Various examples.
- Forteana. Sieveking, Paul // New Statesman & Society;4/21/95, Vol. 8 Issue 349, p47
Presents examples of actual names which reflect their jobs or activities.
- NAME DAYS. // Hungary A.M.;
The article announces the celebration of name day of Rebeka, Dorina, and Ingrid in Hungary in September 2, 2013.
- Head by name, head by nature. // Public Finance;03/28/97, p32
Reports on some British people who are aptly named for the jobs they do. Includes a clerk named Mrs. Clark; Headmaster named Mr. Head; Sewage works chemist named Peter Messes.
- Sticks and stones. // Public Finance;03/14/97, p32
Discusses the humor in people who are aptly named for the jobs they do. Contact information.
- What's in a name? Ivanov, Mikhail // Russian Life;Jan97, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p19
Discusses the meanings and relevance of first names in Russia. Mockery of linguistic terms; Meanings of Masha; Vasya; Diminutives of Ivan; Kuzma; Political implications of names; Other first name idioms.
- Anthroponymy of Transdanubian Settlers (1770 -- early 1800). Grek, I. F. // Stratum Plus Journal;2010, Vol. 2010 Issue 6, p289
No abstract available.
- Relationships by isonomy between persons with monophyletic and polyphyletic surnames from the... de los Angeles Rojas-Alva, M. rado; Garza-Chapa, Raul // Human Biology;Dec94, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p1021
Analyzes relationships by isonomy between persons with monophyletic and polyphyletic surnames from the Monterrey Metropolitan Area, Mexico. Percentages of most common complementary surnames; Relationship by isonomy of surnames for a selected surname; Stability of monophyletic names.
- Your name here. Boyles, Denis // Men's Health;Oct96, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p56
Discusses the reasons for people's preoccupation with their personal names. Age range when people are likely to change their names; Perception of names as professional logos; Business functions of names.