Volume № 57 (2022)

West Slavic Onomastics

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Front page and Foreword

Contents as PDF file




West Slavic Onomastics – An introduction
Urszula Bijak, Iveta Valentová, and Milan Harvalík

Anthroponomastic research in Poland – Development, achievements, perspectives
Halszka Górny 

Polish toponomastics: Its history, current state, and research perspectives
Urszula Bijak 

Research on chrematonyms in Poland: Background, conceptions, development, achievements, perspectives
Artur Gałkowski

State of research and perspectives of Polish literary onomastics
Magdalena Graf

Theory of proper names by Vincent Blanár and research into Slovak anthroponymy
Iveta Valentová and Ľubor Králik

The research into Slovak toponymy (oikonymy, anoikonymy)
Juraj Hladký and Andrej Závodný

The research on Slovak chrematonymy
Mária Imrichová and Veronika Gondeková

Czech onomastics and Czech onomastic school
Milan Harvalík

Onomastics and Czech historiography
Jiří Martínek                                                    

Die Bearbeitung der geografischen Namen auf dem Gebiet des heutigen Tschechien seit dem 20. Jahrhundert
Irena Švehlová                                                    

Ukrainian regional oikonymy: Modern state and perspectives
Yaroslav Redkva and Michael Lukashchuk 

Language and war in Ukraine:
Unofficial names in the socio-group “Ukrainian military” as a marker of interpersonal communication
Halyna Matsyuk 



Two terminological suggestions:
Dionym(y) and nominabilia
Richard Coates

Mode ou tradition ? Modèles d’attribution des prénoms au baptême catholique dans une commune mexicaine en 1960
Yolanda Guillermina López Franco

First names in Europe and in the Maghreb:
A historical overview
Jean-François Mignot

A socio-onomastic categorisation of Erei personal names
God’sgift Ogban Uwen and Juliet Nkane Ekpang



What onomastics can do for social history: A review article. Alexander Avram, Historical implications of Jewish surnames in the Old Kingdom of Romania (Studies in Jewish Onomastics, 3), University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021, xi + 296 pp., ISBN: 9780271091426
Ephraim Nissan



Xavier Deniau, Histoire des noms de famille français : de leur formation à leur disparition, Paris : L’Harmattan, 2021, 255 pp., ISBN 978-2-343-23528-8
Pierre-Henri Billy

E.R. Amaral, M.S. Seide, Personal names:
An introduction to Brazilian anthroponymy, Translated by Emanuele Fernandes, Araraquara: Letraria, 2022, 254 pp., ISBN 978-85-69395-91-1
Patricia Carvalhinhos

Grant  W.   Smith,  Names  and  metaphors  in  Shakespeare’s  comedies, Delaware: Vernon Press (Series in Literary Studies), 2021, ISBN 1648890180
Adina Chirilă

Jeremy Harte, How place-names grow. A handbook of toponymy, Barrowby (Lincolnshire), England: Heart of Albion, 2022, ISBN 978-1-905646-38-8
Richard Coates

Sambulo Ndlovu, Naming and othering in Africa: Imagining supremacy and inferiority through language, London and New York: Routledge, 2022, 206 pp., ISBN 9780367773106
Adrian Koopman

Marc Picard, Dictionary of French family names in North America, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020, ISBN 1-5275-5853-3, ISBN13 978-1-5275-5853-3
André Lapierre

Luisa Caiazzo & I. M. Nick (eds.), Shifting toponymies: (Re)naming places, (re)shaping identities, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020, ISBN 978-1-5275-6028-4
Maggie Scott

H. Shiba, Antroponimia histórica hispana: desde la Edad Media a nuestros días [Hispanic historical anthroponymy: From the Middle Ages to the present day], Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, 2020, 371 pp., ISBN 978-84-17865-65-8
Ana Zabalza-Seguín



Siebert ‘Bertie’ Neethling (1947–2022): A tribute
Adrian Koopman and Oliviu Felecan

In Memoriam Wolfgang Peter Ahrens (1940–2022)
André Lapierre

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