Formerly the name of each person is used to choose to transmit certain kinds of features or types of powers involved in the person who would have given name. Each name had a special meaning that with the use and the evolution of the language has been lost and many people do not know the origin and meaning of his name. The onomastics in general, and more specifically the anthroponymy or study of proper names of person, and Toponymy refers to proper place names, is a branch of the Lexicology that studies proper names with their origins and their meaning, using methods common to Linguistics, as well as historical and anthropological research. Like many contemporary indigenous cultures, proper names also in origin have a special meaning which is transmitted to who carries it. Many people have any name but do not know its meaning, or where it came from, it is good to know where it comes from your name and the meaning that it has. It is also important you have knowledge when it comes to putting a name to your baby. Some parents have very clear the name that will fit to your baby, but the vast majority of parents always has presented them this small drawback, they always ask what name you are going to put our baby? And in most cases end up placing them a name that really don’t like them at all. Further details can be found at MasterClass UK, an internet resource. That is why I recommend that before placing a name not look only at the cute as this may sound, but also have clear from where it came from and its meaning. In some cases names also make reference to the way in which is a person, i.e., from the name a person may be cheerful, rude, angry and different types of moods. So bear in mind all this when it comes to putting a name to your baby. Original author and source of the article.