infinity symbol even has a proper name! So right now we try to give you the first set of lists of things you see everyday and never thought would have a name.
Here are Your Top 10 Things You Didn't Know Have Names
It is the small plastic or metal sheath typically used on each end of a shoelace,cord, or drawstring. An aglet keeps the fibers of the lace or cord from unraveling; its firmness and narrow profile make it easier to hold and easier to feed through the eyelets, lugs, or other lacing guides.
Its The metal sleeve which is crimped to hold the eraserin place on pencils. The ones you see in Mongol pencils.
A liripipe is the small string that hangs from every graduates hat.
Is the pound key you see in all telephones and cell phones these days.
It’s the hollow like halfpipe look between your nose and mouth. In humans, the philtrum is formed where thenasomedial and maxillary processes meet during embryonic development. When these processes fail to fuse fully in humans, a cleft lip (sometimes called a "hare lip") can result.
Is the whitish part of the base of your nail
Is the little dot above the letter “ i “
Is what the infinity symbol is called. The one that looks like a loop.
Is the wrinkling crease found on your wrist- connecting your hand and forearm.
are brief spots of light brought on by eye movement (movement phosphenes) or sudden noises (sound phosphenes) and which last for less than a couple of seconds. In other words, everytime you close your eyes tightly, certain amounts of light will be produce. These are what you called phosphenes.
What other things do you know of?