The call name (Swedish tilltalsnamn, French Usual First Name), with which the person is normally identified in conversation, is one of the first names of the Scandinavian countries (and formerly in France), not necessarily the first. In contexts where the display name is displayed, the call name is often indicated by an asterisk, capital letters, or mentions or italics. For example, Märta Birgit* Nilsson is known as Birgit Nilsson, while Björn* Kristian Ulvaeus is known as Björn Ulvaeus. Another source of surnames was the small Swedish horticultural system, organized from the end of the 17th century to maintain a standing army, where a number of farms were grouped together and then supported a soldier with a small house and a piece of land. Soldiers were often given names describing either their character (e.g.B. Modig “brave”, Skarp “sharp” or Snygg “clean”), weapons (for example. B Sabel (“Sabre”, Lans “Lans” or “shield” of Sköld) or names that connect two elements of nature as above. . . .