A curious and nice property of German is that some nouns don't have, say, intrinsic names, but composed (German!) names according to the human use or perception. For instance:
Pusteblume (Löwenzahn) = pusten (blow) + Blume (flower).
The question is: is there a known name for this feature?
Remark. Dutch possesses the same characteristic. My favorite example there is the word (de) paddestoel. In this compound name pad means Kröte and stoel, Stuhl: together, paddestoel means Pilz (Fruchtkörper) — d.h. der Stuhl der Kröte.