On the other hand, creating new taxonomic structures and onomastic
terms serves to make a muddled up picture even more confusing.
They explore puns, portmanteaus, bon mots, neologisms, and fetish words in literary onomastic
and constrained writing in both poetry and prose, including philosophy and cinema.
Lukasz Neubauer categorizes and explicates some examples of Tolkien's philological jests relating to place names (toponyms) and character names (anthroponyms and zoonyms) in "Plain Ignorance in the Vulgar Form: Tolkien's Onomastic
Humour in Farmer Giles of Ham.
placatory" tokens and refers to an onomastic
The types of errors are various, but include replacing the older name "Beow" with the eponymous "Beowulf"; rendering numerous personal names and ethnonyms as kennings; changing the unfamiliar onomastic
element "Un-" into the productive "Hun-" in "Unferth"; rendering a name as a similar word, such a geomer for Eomer; or copying a word with the correct graphemes but irregular spacing, which produced familiar morphemes that lack overall sense.
The themes of Kaisa Rautio Helander's talk were onomastic
landscapes and different language policies concerning the public display of Sami place names in different Sami areas.
In a separate treatment of epigraphic, numismatic, and onomastic
evidence, Marciak adds to the evidence for Adiabene and its rulers, and concludes with a useful chronology of Adiabene royalty, some better attested than others (p.
Jeff Grant has found a record-breaking name that ends in an onomastic
He is also known for his skill in reading the names of students from around the world aloud at commencement: a feat of onomastic
daring that few others would dare to undertake.
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.