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comment Is there an English word for a person who shares your name?
You are correct that it is ambiguos, but 'eponym' shares no traits with the Swedish word 'namne'. The Wiktionary definition for 'namne' is simply 'a person that has the same name as someone else'.
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comment Is there an English word for a person who shares your name?
Technically that's not what I'm looking for. The Swedish word is never used (as far as I know) when you are named after something or someone, only when you share the name. Namesake was the best I could find.
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comment “Pace” vs. “speed”
I would say this one hits the nail on the head. "Speed" is what a rocket or a car has, "pace" is what someone walking (because of the mechanical movement) might have. Your "pacing" is the tempo you are doing something in, right?
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