Quotes / No Need for Names

Gargoyle Elder: Must you humans name everything? Nothing's real to you 'til you've named it, given it limits.
Elisa: It's not like that. It's just that, well... uh... things need names.
Gargoyle Elder: Does the sky need a name? Does the river?
Elisa: The river's called the Hudson.
Hudson: (sighs) Fine, lass, then I will be "the Hudson" as well.

Shepard: So what should I call you?
Legion: Geth.
Shepard: No, I mean you. Specifically.
Legion: We are all geth.
Shepard: What is the individual in front of me called?
Legion: There is no individual. We are geth. There are currently 1,183 programs active within this platform.
EDI: "My name is Legion, for we are many."
Legion: Christian Bible, the Gospel of Mark, chapter five, verse nine. We acknowledge this as an appropriate metaphor.

Wrath: Tell me, you go by Scar. What's your real name?
Scar: I have none. I left it.
Wrath: Hm... you don't say. What a coincidence, I don't know my real name either. It's almost poetic, two nameless men fighting to the death.

"Names are pretty, but useless. The Chasind folk call me Flemeth. I suppose it'll do."
Flemeth (also known as the Witch of the Wilds, Ashe'bellenar, and an old hag who talks too much), Dragon Age: Origins

Guard: What the fuck they call you?
Mr. 47: Names are for friends... so I don't need one. (promptly knocks the guard unconscious)