In this one particular Indian Tribe, the privilege of naming the children of the tribe always fell to the Chief.
One day, a small Indian boy asked him how he chooses the names for all the children.
"Well, my son," the Chief replied, "When I step out of my tepee, I name each child after the first thing I see.
"For instance, when a child is born and I step out of my tepee and see a pale moon rising, I say, 'You shall be called Pale-Moon-Rising.'
"And when a child is born and I step out of my tepee and see a hawk flying over, I say, 'You shall be called Hawk-Flying-Over.'
The Chief smiled, patted the boy on the head and said, "Does that answer your question, Big-Dog-Pooping?"
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