Sentence with the function of anthroponym is not unfamiliar for languages and can be found as a proper name and the stem of surname. Cf. : Georgian Mzevinari ‘Who is the sun’, Gulsunda ‘Heart Wants’, Ghvtisavari ‘I belong to God’, Turkish Aydoğdu‘Moon was Born(appeared)’, Tanriverdi ’God gave’, Elaldi ‘People Took’; Russian Bogdan ‘God gave’, Old Iranian /ka hutanū/ ‘What a Beautiful Body’,/ ka-frya/ ‘How Lovely’. The main hero of the “Knight in the Panther’s Skin” of Shota Rustaveli – the most invaluable literary composition for Georgians, - is named by means of the Persian sentence Nestan-Darejan ne est an dare ǯahan ‘[There] is no[body] like [her] in the world’.
The verbal segment is often in the Imperative mood. The Ukrainian surnames are: Varivoda ‘Boil Water’,Gulyaiwiter ‘Walk Wind’, Krutigolova ‘Turn Head [=Use brains]’, Nagnibeda ‘Attract Trouble’, Panibud'laska ‘Lady Be Sweet’, Ubijvovk ‘Kill the Wolf’; to the same mould belongs Russian Vladimir ‘Possess the World’, -(о)v, -in The Russian surnames are marked by means of family suffix -(о/e)v, -in: Gonimedov Terpigorev < terpi gore ‘Endure Trouble’. In the Ukrainian there are negative forms too: Nezovybat'ko ‘ ‘Don’t Call Father’, Nepijvoda ‘Don’t Drink Water’, etc.
The Imperative mood forms seem to be spread as the German Family names: Bleibimhaus ‘Stay Home’, Hauschild ‘Strike Shield’, Hebestreit ‘Start Fight’, Schneidewind ‘Cut Wind’; there are also the negative Imperative mood forms:Borgenicht ‘Don’t Hide’, Sorgenicht ‘Don’t Care’, etc.
Such kind demonstrator is the English surname Shakespeare < ‘Shake Spear’. Upon an initiative of the Queen of England was created the club of spear shakers, fighting against illiteracy.
The morpho-syntactical analysis of proper names, contained in paper is useful from the position of typological study of anthroponyms.