Children notice phenomena of the living world from their earliest years. Their first words, besides personal ones like, ‘Mummy’ or ‘mine’, also contain nouns, the things they see and use. These specimens, both animate and inanimate, such as flower, tree, cat, dog, cup, are associated with particular ‘labels’, thus, they hear and acquire everyday names for biological organisms, which are either superordinate categories like plant, bird, or specific to a member of that category, such as ‘Sable’ (a name for a cat).