— 158 —
Naming.       §8. When Children have, by repeated Sensations, got Ideas fixed
in their Memories, they begin, by degrees, to learn the use of Signs.
— 159 —
And when they have got the skill to apply the Organs of Speech to
the framing of articulate Sounds, they begin to make Use of Words,
to signifie their Ideas to others: These verbal Signs they sometimes
borrow from others, and sometimes make themselves, as one may
observe among the new and unusual Names Children often give to
things in their first use of Language.
Locke Hum II, 11, §8, pp. 158-159