Research into the denomination of a language and nation is often driven by different intentions, yet mostly the aim is to create an idea through which a neme express certain views. The naiming of a languge and nation is one of the ways of intervening into social conditions. The goal is to compile a corpus of the language and give it a name for the purposes of identification and separation from other languages and nations. As with all others names, the names of languages and nations also provide a categorisation form, and even represent a symbolic value which designates the name as a kind of ambassador carrying a certain message. But what exactly is the message and to whom is it intendes? Modern languages are also a representation of a country's power - what is the scope of such kind of presentation? These are just some of the questions discussed in the paper.