Query : onomastic
- Gendron, Stéphane3
- Taverdet, Gérard3
- Bacot, Paul2
- Bouvier, Jean-Claude2
- Carsenat, Elian2
- Courtois, Anne-Claire2
- Dana, Dan2
- Darlu, Pierre2
- Duchet-Suchaux, Gaston2
- Jašović Golub M.2
- Lacroix, Jacques2
- Максимюк Марта2
- Malsy, Jean-Claude2
- ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΔΗΣ, Νίκος2
- Orpustan, Jean-Baptiste2
- Özhan, Tolga2
- Placial, Claire2
- Schmittlein, Raymond2
- Τσαντσάνογλου, Κυριάκος2
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- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences19
- Archaeology and Prehistory17
- Cultural Heritage and Museology16
- Biological Anthropology8
- Art and Art History8
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- Architecture and Space Management5
- Communication Sciences5
- Musicology and Performing Arts5
- Political Science3
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- Environmental studies1
The various aspects of the suffix -ing, -ingos in France’s toponymy
Nègre E. The various aspects of the suffix -ing and -ingos in France’s toponymy. In: Suffixes in onomastic. Acts of the Colloque d’onomastique de Montpellier (May 1983) Paris: French company of onomastics, 1985. pp. 179-189. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 4)
21. Onomastic and society in the Roman world
In the Roman world, on the one hand, the structure of the nomenclature strictly reflects the status of individuals and, on the other hand, the names of the elites are conditioned by family affiliations and alliances; therefore, the examination of personal names makes it possible to study various asp...
Bernardo Monteagudo and the ‘Americas, which was unfortunately called Spanish before’
This article seeks to rebuild, by reading the dialogue between Atahualpa and Fernando VII in the Elíseos campos in 1809, and the taxonomic problem that is delineated there in relation to the term ‘Americas’, the intellectual and social environment of Latin America pre-independence, as this could hav...
And Aristophane. Greek anthroponyms with sigmatic flexion: continuity of an Indo-European onomastic process and innovations
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe anthroponyms of the acronymatic ones, the following are two distinct categories: the adjectives of the type “κρατος”, which are old and the second member is based on a noun in each case, and the adjectives of the type of -ανς, the second part of which is each time based on...
Microtoponymy and human activities in the eastern bog according to the Diane accounts of Poitiers (1547-1559)
Gendron Stéphane. Microtoponymy and human activities in the eastern bog according to the Diane accounts of Poitiers (1547-1559). In: Names of cities, names of fields. Acts of the Arras onomastic Colloquium (October 2008) Paris: French company of onomastics, 2014. pp. 207-216. (Acts of the Colloquies...
The onomastic effects of religious wars in the New Monde
LAPIERRE André. The onomastic effects of religious wars in the New World. In: Names of cities, names of fields. Acts of the Arras onomastic Colloquium (October 2008) Paris: French company of onomastics, 2014. pp. 259-270. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 14)
Interest of the oral source for toponymy: the example of a survey in Lus-la-Croix-Haute (Drôme)
Bouvier Jean-Claude. Interest of the oral source for toponymy: the example of an investigation in Lus-la-Croix-Haute (Drôme). In: New onomastic review, No 60, 2018. Names of places, names of persons: the issue of sources. Urban toponymy of Paris and its suburbs. Acts of the XVIIth Colloquium of the...
Vine and wine in comtoise microtoponymy
Duchet-Suchaux Gaston. Vine and wine in comtoise microtoponymy. In: Vine and orchards. Acts of the Reims onomastic Colloquium (September/October 1999) Paris: French company of onomastics, 2002. pp. 233-236. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 10)
U ovome se radu prvi put nakon gotovo pola stoljeća preispituje ukupan domorodački antroponimijski korpus antičke Libumije. Koristeći se vlastitim istraživanjima i zaključcima niza znanstvenih prinosa drugih autora, autorica u libumski antroponimijski korpus uključuje neka nova imena, a neka druga i...
Still the humble philology
Salmon Gilbert-Lucien. Always humble philology. In: Onomastic and contact languages. Acts of the Strasbourg onomastic Colloquium (September 1991) Paris: French company of onomastics, 1992. pp. 195-201. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 7)
Relations between the toponyms of the Neamj Valley
Butnaru Daniela -tefania. Relations between the toponyms of the Neamj Valley. In: Names of cities, names of fields. Acts of the Arras onomastic Colloquium (October 2008) Paris: French company of onomastics, 2014. pp. 245-250. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 14)
Marrist linguists and their onomastic language. The case of Georgia
Language theories of Nikolaj Marr deeply permeated Soviet intellectual life until the 1950s. This success can be explained both by a series of cyclical factors and by the very personality of the Georgian bell. In addition to a periodical chronology of the development of ‘marrisme’, it is possible to...
The names play in the Roman work of Réjean Ducharme
RésuméIn the Roman universe of Réjean Ducharme, the names create networks of meanings that spread throughout the text. Ducharme’s onomastic creation, as well as the theoretical rhetoric he speaks about names, is a real constellation of analogy, opposition or equivalence, both between the names thems...
‘From Breton to Gallo: semantic layers and loans "
Chauveau Jean-Paul. ‘From Breton to Gallo: semantic layers and loans”. (extract from the Acts of the XVIIth Congress of Linguistic and Philology Romans — Aix-en-Provence 1983), Vol. No 7, pp. 175-178, Publications of the University of Provence, 1985. In: Onomastic and contact languages. Acts of the...
Parliament in Tours [1589-1591]
Sylvie Daubresse * set up a database based on the indexing of six registers (series X1A) of the parliament of Paris transferred to Tours on the order of Henri III in February 1589. It covers two and a half years of judicial activity. The main access tools in this database consist of onomastic, mater...
Annliese Nef, conquering and governing Islamic Sicily in the nineteenth and nineteenth centuries
625 pages of heavily annotated text, 106 of annexes of a diverse nature (iconographic, tabular, lexicographic, onomastic), 57 on Sources and bibliography, 13 to four Index, 5 with abbreviations incorporated in the text, seven figures (in fact maps and plans) and eighteen tables: the book under consi...
A bit of etymology
The importance of racinian onomastic is often underestimated, as if it were not necessary to question it too much in this classic form in Port-Royal. We may be wrong. This is what you find when you survey two characters with invented names: Nabal, means fou, unthin. see 2 Sam 3: ‘Should Abner die as...
Investigating non-universal popular urban toponyms: Birmingham's "Pigeon Park"
Volume dated 2007 but published in 2010 International audience The popular toponym "Pigeon Park" is used by part of the population of the British city of Birmingham to refer to the grassy area around its Anglican cathedral. The existence of this name is shown to be a semantic reflection of the funct...
Snob, « joli petit mot tout rond »?: instabilités dénominatives dans The Snobs of England / The Book of Snobs, de William Makepeace Thackeray
Thackeray’s weekly chronicles initially published in Punch centre on the definition of the word snob, to which the author gives a new layer of meaning by adding the moral connotation of meanness. Firstly, the analysis deals with the way Thackeray categorizes the different species of snobs with claim...
The space of a mark in Louis XIV’s time
Fierobe Nicole. The space of a landmark in Louis XIV’s time. In: Space represented, space named — Geography, cartography, toponymy. Acts of the Reims onomastic Colloquium (October 2005) Paris: French company of onomastics, 2007. pp. 177-190. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomast...
Russia of enchanters, or the art of deceiving its world
The enchanters, the story of a family of Venetian charlatans at the Catherine II court inspired by Casanova’s memories, can be perceived as passing on Gary’s Russian cultural heritage and as a self-fiction consolidating the construction of its Russian identity. However, a careful reading of the Russ...
Sobre la condición latina y su onomástica : los ediles de Andelo
<p>El presente artículo pretende demostrar la existencia de la condición latina y la necesidad de su introducción en el análisis onomástico referido a las ciudades del Occidente del Imperio, limitado habitualmente a la identificación de población romana o peregrina. El análisis de la onomástica de l...
Azerbaijan ashug profession and ashugs folk
One of the actual problems of modern Azerbaijan linguistics is the area of onomastic units and studying of their features. Onomastic units are proper names used in the language. Ashugs used these unite in their creative work and made inimitative and extraordinary word samples and poetic word complex...
De la contrefaçon onomastique des noms de marques à Lubumbashi
The brand name identifies and differentiates the product. It is related to the product and creates it. As several brands exist on the market, some designers try to create similar products by giving similar and altered names. Onomastic counterfeiting of brand names conforms to the natural laws of the...
A new Roman funerary stela uncovered in Malpartia de Cáceres = A new Roman funerary Stela from Malpartite de Cáceres
We are here one of the most relevant findings of the archaeological intervention carried out in 2007 at the ‘Dehesa de Los Estantes’ site within the municipality of Malpartite de Cáceres: a ‘sbelta’ is a triangular granite heartbeat containing the epitafio of a woman and the dedication of her husban...