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onomastic

denoting a signature in a different handwriting from that of the document to which it is attached.
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calamus, suggesting an onomastic obsession with naming that was as much
Of course, there were more linguistic symposia, an onomastic one, "Personal Name Systems in Finnic and Beyond", an etymological one, "Linguistic Reconstruction in Uralic: Problems and Prospects", two on computational methods, "Computational Uralistics", and "Language Technology through Citizen Science", one on second language acquisition, "Finno-Ugric Languages as Target Languages", and finally one on "The Development of Volgaic and Permic Literary Languages".
Watching the latest episode in the Star Wars franchise," Stuart Kidd writes," I chuckled to myself again at George Lucas's droid onomastics.
Bill was an inspiring teacher and scholar who made important contributions to folklore, onomastics, and linguistics.
And Chapter 6 shows how, in the fourth voyage, three conflicting infernal and paradisiacal serpent toponyms invented amidst a river of indigenous onomastics suggest the way that the physically challenging reality of the Amazon basin produced vacillation in Columbus's mind about the destination at which he had arrived and fear of the proximity of Hell.
Thematic organization of each literary framework may supply the most effective instrument of evaluating the appropriate semantic link between onomastic form and symbolic signification (names constitute an effective instrument of symbolic production).
Onoma: Journal of the International Council of Onomastic Sciences, no.
The onomastic index is comprehensive, and the author deftly provides potted biographies of the characters as they come on stage in the text.
2011), "Body Disruption, Onomastic Riddles and the Challenge to Identity and/as Apollonian Rationality in Ovid's Story of Marsyas," Paper presented at the 'Change and Challenge' International Conference, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey, 4-6 May.
Our focus will be on onomastic destigmatization strategies such as name-changing modification of names using names shared with the majority community and using alternative names in public.
The extant fourteenth-century poll tax returns from 1377, 1379 and 1381 (referred to from now on as the PTRs), an important source of onomastic data, have recently been made widely available in their entirety (Fenwick 1998, 2001, 2005).
Por su parte, Alenka Vrbinc y Marjeta Vrbinc de la University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, presentan el trabajo "Phraseological units with onomastic components: The case of English and Slovene".