We've never named the bishops. Or maybe we have, in some ancient 1500 manuscript, but it clearly hasn't caught on. Maybe the Soviets did, but I've never seen it referenced. We're stuck with "dark-squared bishop" and "light-squared bishop", which is unwieldy. Maybe for the first few hundred years or so it was no big deal, but once the Internet arrived and chess discussion exploded, this deficiency became glaring. We could use "DBishop" and "LBishop", but that has all the style and elegance of a gym locker.
So, I've named my bishops:
I hope you do the same.