Significance of Surnames in Chainsaw Carved Name Plaques, Signs, Engravings & More

When you introduce yourself, sign up an email, open a bank account and apply for a job, you use your given name. A name is what sets you apart from another and can help to determine some information about you before someone even meets you. Your name is given to you at birth and unless you choose to change it, such as when you get married, it will be your name till the day you die. Most people take pride in their name and will wear it proudly. Have you ever wondered why a name means so much? There is a lot that goes into a name and the importance of the name can vary from family to family and individual to individual.

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I Have So Many Names!: When you a born you are not given a single name and sent home to your family like you might a dog or goldfish. A person is given several names that each have their own meaning. The first name of a person can be chosen by the parent because of the popularity at that particular time. They may also choose a name based on a loved family member that is living or past on. Another reason that they choose the first name they simply just love the name and the uniqueness. Your first name can be really important or just a fun name depending on your parents reasoning. Some people choose to give a middle name following the first name and will add to the name. This is not always used but just like the first name it can be important or just a name that helps with the flow of the name. Lastly you are given a surname. This is not a name that you choose but it is inherited by your family lineage. That is why your last name is often the most important part and will link you to your family throughout all generations. If you are a Senior or Junior you may even have a suffix that follows.
Significance of Surnames: When it come to your last name or your surname there are good reasons that this name is the most important part. It is the part of the name that people wear with pride. A surname comes from your birth parent whether the father or mother and is the name that was sent down to them. The last name follows a male through the entire line and stays with a woman until they change their name at marriage. They are still part of that family and will use the birth surname as their maiden name. Your surname has connotations that help people to know what region and area you are most likely originally from. Names are common to particular parts of the world in spelling and annunciation. You can often trace back your lineage with a simple last name check!

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If you love your name and cherish it the way most people do you can have it memorialized with a chainsaw carving plaque. Carve Me A Bear! Chainsaw Carvings offers small name plaques to large wooden log name signs that make great wedding and anniversary gifts. Contact us to place an order today!