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- Anthroponymy (also anthroponymics or anthroponomastics, from Ancient Gr**** ἄνθρωπος anthrōpos / 'human', and ὄνομα onoma / 'name') is the study of anthroponyms...
- Jun or JUN may refer to: Jun (given name), a common ****anese given name Jun (singer), a member of South Korean boy band U-KISS Tomáš Jun, Czech footballer...
- Arcadia is used to refer to imaginary places and utopias in the arts and po****r culture, because of its mythological ****ociation with unspoiled, harmonious...
- personal names are studied within a specific onomastic discipline, called anthroponymy. In Western culture, nearly all individuals possess at least one given...
- eds. (2010). Anthroponymie et migrations dans la chrétienté médiévale [Anthroponymy and Migrations in Medieval Christianity]. Madrid: Casa de Velázquez....
- Names of the Serbs and Serbia are terms and other designations referring to general terminology and nomenclature on the Serbs (Serbian: Срби/Srbi, pronounced [sr̩̂biː])...
- declension (ἱππότα, Attic ἱππότης) M. Hatzopoulos summarizes the Macedonian anthroponymy (that is names borne by people from Macedonia before the expansion beyond...
- Pazmiño (Spanish: [pasˈmiɲo] or [paθˈmiɲo]) is a Spanish language surname of Sephardi judaeo-converso origin, and originating in its present-day form in...
- name may refer to: the name of a house or estate German toponymy or anthroponymy, see Hofname a type of collective pen name, see Pen name#Collective names...
- The term Vlachs (Croatian: Vlasi) was initially used in medieval Croatian and Venetian history for a Romance-speaking pastoralist community, called "Vlachs"...