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Title:

Names of Banat Towns/Villages of Hungarian Origin

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Publication: Studii și cercetări de onomastică și lexicologie, IV (1-2), p. 39
p-ISSN:2065-7161
e-ISSN:2247-7330
Publisher:Editura Sitech
Place:Craiova
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Abstract:
  • This article is a continuation of the author’s research on names of towns/villages in the Banat region. As in the previous studies, the present article includes (according to Coriolan Suciu, Dicţionarul istoric al localităţilor din Transilvania / The Historic Dictionary of the Transylvanian towns/villages, I-II, Bucureşti, EA, 1967-1968), an alphabetical list of the towns, taking into account their first documentary mention and showing their etymology; the final part comprises a semantic classification of the town/village names, into: A. Toponyms referring to nature; B. Social or cultural toponyms.
    The frequency of town/village names (toponyms) of Hungarian origin is explained by the direct contact between the Romanian an Hungarian populations, and especially by the fact that for a long period of time the Banat region was included in the Hungarian Kingdom and in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and consequently, at the time, Hungarian was the official language of administration.
  • La présente contribution est une continuation des préoccupations de l’auteur concernant les noms de localité de Banat. Comme dans les études antérieures, sont mentionnées, dans l’ordre alphabétique des localités, selon Coriolan Suciu (Dicţionarul istoric al localităţilor din Transilvania / Le Dictionnaire historiques des localités de Transylvanie, I-II, Bucureşti, EA, 1967-1968), les attestations documentaires, conformément auxquelles on indique l’étymologie et, dans la partie finale, on réalise une classification sémantique des noms de localité en: A. Toponymes concernant la nature et B. Toponymes sociaux ou culturels.
    L’occurrence des noms de localité (toponymes) d’origine hongroise en Banat se justifie par le contact direct entre la population roumaine et celle hongroise, mais surtout à cause du fait qu’une longue période de temps le Banat a fait partie du Régat d’Hongrie et de l’Empire autrichien-hongrois et que la langue officielle de l’administration a été celle hongroise.
Key words:
  • the Banat region, etymology, appellatives, anthroponym, Hungarian
  • Banat, étymologie, appellatif, anthroponyme, hongrois(e)
Language: French
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