Hi! I have completed Class 12 in biology and am very much interested in biology and keep thinking about it for quite a fair degree. Here's one of the new questions that have come to my mind: We all are known by names: Tom, Dick, Harry or whatever. When we didn't have a language to comprehend ourselves with, what would have been our mode of referral to a particular someone? And when we developed the most primitive of languages, what would have caused us to name is quite clear: the need to address someone specifically but what basis would have been for giving names or more specifically, how would the first of names would have been? ( A crude sound of Ooh- Ooh Aa- Aa would have been quite cumbersome to be a name for somebody and also a lot of sound patterns would have to be made, so is there any other mode of naming others that you can think of?) Thanks in advance!!