A person likes to give everything a name toorient in the complex world around him. Sometimes these names turn out to be ridiculous, but surprisingly accurate, and are therefore remembered. Very often it happens with nicknames or nicknames, which we give to our friends, friends or four-legged friends - pets. Why is this happening? Why do people give someone nicknames? How to get a variety of funny nicknames? The answers to these and other questions can be found in the article.
Every person receives a name at birth, and inindividual cultures - even a few. Names have meanings. For example: Andrew - "courageous", Olesya - "defender", Alsu - "pink-cheeked", Damir - "persistent". Ancient beliefs say that a person's name determines his character and destiny.
However, in reality it is impossible to predict,whether the name given at birth will correspond to the personal qualities or appearance of the person to whom it was given. Thus, "courageous" Andrei may turn out to be indecisive and timid, and "pink-cheeked" Alsou is naturally pale skinned.
For this reason, many people get nicknames inthe social circle, where they constantly rotate: friends, classmates and classmates, colleagues. People with a certain character warehouse simply love to invent funny nicknames for friends, relatives and friends. Sometimes it happens that a person's nickname better reflects his essence than the name and surname. But most often nicknames are given as a joke, and then "stick". Usually for a while, and sometimes - for life.
The tradition to have several names was and still isthere are the Indians, as well as the Spaniards and Portuguese. The latter are even common polysyllabic surnames taken from the father and mother. In ancient times, representatives of many peoples believed that several names provide man not only protection from evil forces, but also opportunities for a "maneuver" in life. Any of the given names will necessarily fit his character or appearance. Thus, one name or surname was constantly used, while others remained "in reserve".
Ancient people also willingly used nicknames. They believed that knowing someone's real name could harm this person, cast a spell on him. Therefore, the real name was carefully hidden, second and third names were used, and even nicknames. They were formed in accordance with the characteristics of a particular person (appearance, character, skills) or based on his kind of activity. It is known that many modern surnames are modified ancestors' nicknames.
Since the name has always been considered the fate of man,then a change of name means a desire to change one's destiny. For example, if a person wants to start life anew, he will take one of his "spare" names (if his culture is given the second and third names) or he will come up with a more suitable one. When they leave for the monastery, they also take a new name, choosing it from the list of names of saints. When a person engages in creative or public activities (an actor, writer, blogger, musician, politician), he often also takes a pseudonym to stand out from the crowd, and in addition, to distinguish between social and personal life.
It is difficult to say whether our ancestors had a traditioninvent funny nicknames for friends. Perhaps they did something funny, but by accident. However, this usually happens in our days, with modern nicknames.
Most often the nicknames are given to distinguish oneman from another. Most likely, this is how the first nicknames were formed. For example, around a lot of people called Stepan, Mary, Ivan, etc. And if you call them "Ivan the Blacksmith", "Mary the Beauty", "Stepan the Merry Man", it immediately becomes clear what kind of person it is. In similar nicknames, the type of occupation, appearance, character or origin usually figured.
In our time, such "allotting" nicknames are often formed from the real name or surname of a person: Sergei - Gray, Gorokhov - Pea, Kuznetsov - Blacksmith, etc.
Very often the nickname given to a person by others isthis is a mirror in which the attitude of the given society (friends, colleagues, comrades in tuition) to it is reflected. Affectionate and funny nicknames indicate acceptance and respect, offensive nicknames - about problems in relationships.
The tradition of inventing funny nicknames for peopleespecially prevalent at school age. Children are not only more observant than adults, but they are also much more straightforward, so the names are fast and often come up to everyone in a row: both to each other and to adults. In the latter case, the nickname from its "carrier", of course, is hidden.
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Teachers' nicknames often reflect their personalquality and attitude of students. For example: Wicked, Corrosion (the brain eats). And there are also affectionate nicknames, indicating a good attitude: Anastasia Petrovna - Nastushka. Very often schoolchildren give nicknames to teachers simply as a joke, based on their first name or patronymic or surname. So, Vera Andreyevna becomes "Veranda", Natalia Fedorovna - "Nafane", a teacher named Venediktov gets the nickname "Broom" and so on.
But often it happens that children grow up, and desireinvent names from them is not lost. Only the place of the school collective is occupied by the worker. According to opinion polls, more than half of people come up with nicknames for their bosses and colleagues. Most often this is done for entertainment and "conspiracy". At the same time, few people take offense at the invented nickname, mostly adults refer to this with humor.
In regular companies often come up with funnynicknames for friends. Thus, there is emphasized a certain general spirit, a special atmosphere of a particular circle of communication. Quite often the nickname is given not for some reason, but in spite of it. For example, a very thin person will be called Zhirtrest or Tolstyasha, high-Gnome or Thumbelina, possessing a cool temper - Kindness or Fairy, and bald - Curly. In such cases, the funny effect of a nickname is achieved precisely because of its inconsistency with reality.
Sometimes, the nickname so successfully "sticks" toa person that friends generally cease to call him something else, and he himself, when acquainted with someone in an informal setting, also seems to be his nickname. Quite often there are funny cases when someone's nickname very much resembles a real name (Fedya, Vitya, Chris, Margot), and then it turns out that the person is actually called quite differently, and they called him (her) because of a name or an old one , already forgotten incident. The most ridiculous nicknames are usually not invented intentionally, but are obtained quite by accident, in the course of some memorable event or an unexpected "insight."
People come up with nicknames when they want to single out someone or show their attitude. This applies equally to friends, acquaintances, and to four-legged pets.
Of course, dogs and cats are easier to pick up a nickname,than choose a name for a person. Yorkshire dog Tuzik or Cat Pushok can be combined with their nicknames, but most often the owners want to pick up a beautiful and unusual name for the pet. Especially if the dog or cat is thoroughbred - then in the course most often come human, often even foreign names: Stepa, Max, Charlie, Sabrina, Marcel and so on.
Funny nicknames for cats and cats usually giveowners with a good imagination and sense of humor. Quite often they are called "in honor of" food, for example: Baton, Cheburek, Bun, Korzhik, Coconut, Patisson and others. Often animals are named after famous people or characters: Pegasus, Terminator, Mila Jovovich, Uma Thurman. Appearance of the pet can also become an excuse for getting an amusing nickname: a cat of unusual color White Tail, shaggy cat of Chuchoundra or cat of Sphynx breed named Shershav. There are also funny nicknames for cats, which are thought up simply as something original and convenient: Leska, Evrik, Maruska, Count de Lialia (or shortly Lyalchik).
Most owners carefully choosenicknames for dogs. Funny variants are usually invented by those people for whom their barking pets are members of the family, rather than exhibitors or performers of watchdog function. So there are Kefirchik, Belyash, Tubik, Bucks, Kola, Barmaley, Ghoul, Meatball and other strange but funny dog names. Sometimes the nickname is ridiculous by its game in contrast to the appearance of the animal: Doberman Puschko, Rottweiler Phil, Domna's dachshund.
In such funny, but for the most part affectionate names the loving attitude of the owner to his pet is revealed, even if he does not always behave well.
A nickname or a nickname is, above all, a methodselect. If someone gets a funny nickname, this is a sign of a special relationship. Funny nicknames of cats, funny nicknames for dogs, funny nicknames of people - all this is a kind of sign of interest and friendly attitude. So we show that our two-legged or four-legged friends are really important to us.