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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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Estonian onomastics has only used the term siirdnimi 'transferred name' for the names, especially place names, which have been taken along away from their original locations, mostly due to migration (see, e.g., Kallasmaa 1996; Pall 1977; for more specifics about name transfer in Estonian toponymy, see Laansalu 2018).
Israelite Religion: The Onomastic and Epigraphic Evidence.
In addition, work is underway on onomastics. In the first half of 2018, 726 proposals of central and local executive bodies were considered, and positive conclusions were given on a number of proposals.
His delving into onomastics by citing Setswana toponyms with European map-name equivalents for South African place names like, Mafikeng, Thaba Nchu, Thabachoeu, Kolobeng, and Rochefort, Monte Negro, Wittenberg and Zwijndracht, respectively (Plaatje, Diane 9), underlines Plaatje's search for connections and similarities among nations of the world.
calamus, suggesting an onomastic obsession with naming that was as much
It was at this time that Bill's academic output began to reflect directly his parallel interests in folklore and onomastics. Examples specifically relevant to readers of this journal are his essays on 'Place-Names in Traditional Ballads', (9) and "'There was a Lord in Ambertown": Fictitious Place-Names in the Ballad Landscape', (10) subjects that eventually led to Bill's creation of a comprehensive place-name index for the Greig-Duncan Folk Song Collection, (11) All told, Bill spent twenty-three years at Binghamton, eventually becoming Distinguished Professor Emeritus, before retiring at the age of sixty-five and returning with May to Scotland to live in Aberdeen.
~Jeff Grant has found a record-breaking name that ends in an onomastic trick.
Where it regards the second stated goal of GuPauskyte's study--to "contribute to the growing field of literature that articulates voices of resistance" (20)--the author's argument could be strengthened by a second look at the extensive indigenous onomastic system that informed Columbus.
Thursday, October 29 -- a day dedicated to Cultural identity , with onomastic and national toponymy as a special focus.
Media are integrated into the playground, Rebekah Willett argues in Chapter 6, 'Remixing Children's Cultures', employing concepts from Bishop's earlier studies, onomastic allusion, syncretism, mimesis and parody (pp.
The relevance of suitable onomastic formation can be quickly determined via the analysis of the operations by which the particular names selected by the author function, within a literary text, develop discernable thematic arrangements.
The onomastic index is comprehensive, and the author deftly provides potted biographies of the characters as they come on stage in the text.