Reply To: Paññatti

Currently I have the understanding of nama-rupa to have two and open to possibly more interpretations. Two of these interpretations of nama-rupa that I have come across are “mind” (nama), “energy / matter” (rupa) and the other, “name” (nama) and “form” (rupa).
It’s mentioned:
“Paññatti means “to establish conventions” to characterize things in this world so that people can communicate among themselves.

  • Each language has assigned “names” for things, time, etc. “
This is something very similar to how I understand nama-rupa as “name” and “form”. 
Would Paññatti” have a similar meaning / idea / concept as “name” and “form” for the interpretation of nama-rupa?