Say my name

I really like hearing my name.  My parents say it differently to each other, as though they each gave me a name.  Most days I hear my name in many accents: English, Indian, Australian, Estonian, Polish, German and Persian – delicious!   My name is used to emphasise a point or personalise a sentence and I know that someone is talking to me, not just talking.  I like my name – it’s mine but it belongs to others both today and in the past.  It turns up in many languages with different spellings, but no-one seems to struggle to pronounce it.  That’s my name, you won’t wear it out!

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