Hi! I recently learned the Spanish word tocayo (masculine) / tocaya (feminine). While it can sometimes be translated into English as namesake, we don't use it the same way. I've heard both Mexicans and Colombians greet someone having the same name as them with ¡Hola, tocayo! If Juan is playing football with another guy named Juan, he might say, ¡Pásame la pelota, tocayo! In English, we never use namesake as a vocative. John would never say to another guy with the same name, Pass me the ball, namesake! So here's my question: What other languages have a word like tocayo—something that means "someone with the same name" used as a vocative? Thanks!