1) Some have the custom to refrain from addressing by name in the bathhouse a person named Shalom, for Shalom is one of G‑d’s Names.

2) Some say that in addition, he should not even be addressed in the vernacular language; for Shalom is G‑d’s Name, and holy things may not be said [in the bathhouse] even in the vernacular language.

3) Some are also careful to avoid addressing someone with the name Yehudah by name in the bathhouse; instead, they address him in the vernacular, “Lion.”