What’s in a name? Indigenous languages and cultural diversity in the digital age
Meaning and sounds are often derived from the inseparable relationship between people and places, writes Terence Hay-Edie.
With just a few words, we might make the world a richer place. Photo by Adam Fossier on Unsplash
Like many others, my family name is an amalgam of two or more parts. The joining of two words, two clans, through a simple hyphen, evokes past tales of love and marriage, as well as feuds and blurred identities. Names and words borrowed from other cultures tell a vivid human story. The travel writer V...