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Title:

Des oïconymes de Banat d’origine anthroponymique (II)

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Publication: Studii și cercetări de onomastică și lexicologie, VIII (1-2), p. 47
p-ISSN:2065-7161
e-ISSN:2247-7330
Publisher:Editura Sitech
Place:Craiova
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Abstract:
  • As already known, there are three main sources of toponyms (including oikonyms): 1. toponymic names that refer to the configuration of the land (heights and depressions), to the soil composition or other features thereof, soil water and moisture, flora and fauna that existed or still exist in a certain area, etc.); 2. anthroponyms that express certain relations (especially of belonging and possessing) between the people and the land and 3. other toponyms.
    As in previous studies (see note 1), oikonyms are listed in the alphabetical order of the localities, and documentary attestations are given according to Coriolan Suciu, Dicţionar al localităților din Transilvania / “Dictionary of localities of Transylvania ”, I-II, Bucharest, Academy Editions, 1967, 1968. Subsequently we have given the etymology.
  • Comme on le sait, trois sont les sources principales des toponymes (y inclus les oiconymes): 1. les noms toponymiques qui font référence à la configuration du terrain (des hauteurs et des enfoncements de terrain), à la composition du sol ou à d’autres traits de celui-ci, à l’eau et à l’humidité du terrain, à la flore et à la faune qui ont existé ou existent encore aujourd’hui dans une certaine zone, etc.); 2. les anthroponymes qui expriment certaines relations (surtout d’appartenance et de possession) entre les habitants et la terre et 3. d’autres toponymes.
    Tout comme dans les études antérieures (voir la note 1), les oïconymes sont mentionnés dans l’ordre alphabétique des localités, et les attestations documentaires sont données d'après Coriolan Suciu, Dicționar al localităților din Transilvania [Dictionnaire des localités de la Transylvanie], I-II, Bucarest, Editions de l’Académie, 1967, 1968. Par la suite on a donné l'étymologie.
Key words:
  • oikonym, anthroponym, toponym, group name, hypocorism
  • oiconyme, anthroponyme, toponyme, nom de groupe, hypocoristique
Language: French
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References in this publication: 8

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