He concept from I take usually used with reference to the segmentation of a written work . A writer can make the decision to divide a book into several parts: each of these parts is known as volume.
For exampleor: "The third volume of this saga will go on sale next year", “My mother gave me the fourth volume of the Universal Encyclopedia of Knowledge”, "Marcos has already read the six volumes of that work".
Starting from that meaning, we can state that the word tome derives from Latin. Specifically, it comes from the term "tomus", which was used to define the part or section of a major work and was first used in the first century. Specifically, it was used in a work of the Martial poet and later in another by Marco Cornelio Frontón.
However, we must not forget that in turn that Latin word derives from the Greek "volumes", which is used to refer to a part or court.
Typically, the idea Tomo is linked to an intention of the writer when it comes to segmenting his work. In many cases, however, the author's desire coincides with the will of his editor. In this way, the physical divisions of the work are coincident with the thematic axes decided by the creator.
The works broader, such as encyclopedias, are those that are usually segmented into several volumes. This is because it is impractical, and sometimes even impossible from the point of view of binding, to include so much information in the same printed work. The division of the work into volumes, on the other hand, facilitates the commercialization: a person can buy one volume per month of the same work until completing the collection, to cite a possibility.
I take Finally, it is a conjugation of verb to drink (which can be understood as drinking or grabbing): “I thank you for the invitation, but I don't drink wine”, “When I go and take the iron, I receive an electric shock”, "I take to forget the sorrows, my friend".
To all of the above, it must also be added that I take is also a person's own name, specifically as a male. It has a Latin origin and is considered to belong to idealistic, sympathetic, very perfectionist men in everything they do, sometimes very punctilious, with an enviable force to face the challenges and reject conflicts and violence at all times.
Throughout history there have been different people who have been responsible for popularizing that name, as would be the case with the following:
-Tomo Milicevic (1979). He is a Yugoslav musician, especially guitarist and drummer, who has made himself known worldwide as a member of the rock band “30 seconds to Mars”.
-Tom Cesen (1959). He is a Slovenian mountaineer who has achieved great international recognition for having ascended alone to the Alps and the Himalayas.
Also, in some countries of the world like Japan it is also used as a female name.