It is impossible to make generalizations regarding how women’s names and styles were chosen, due to the paucity of data; between the History of the Latter Han and the Sanguozhi with Pei’s notes, only three women of the Three Kingdoms era were identified by both name and style (Cai Yan, styled Wenji, and Sun Quan’s two daughters as mentioned above). What we do know about the naming practices of this period, though is that girls were named either at birth or at a young age. Cao Zhi wrote dirges for his two daughters who died in before reaching one year old, and they were named in the title of the poems (Xingnü and Jinhu respectively). There is no primary source indicating the age at which women received styles, but given the passage on Empress Guo’s father picking her style, it seems that a girl’s style is not given to her until she became at least a young woman. We may assume that the ages of naming and style-giving of a woman in that era are similar to those of a man.