Never use a
get prefix for getters.
Usually we consider member functions to be getters if they simply return a reference or pointer to a private member, just for the sake of data incapsulation. Such functions don’t do anything really, they have no payload.
So, there is nothing requiring a “get” verb to describe its meaning. The getter is just an alias of a member. The “get” prefix is only required when a function does a real data transformation or computation, for instance,
getFullUserName(). But it is even better here to replace “get” by something more meaningful,