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The Integration within Romanian of Toponyms of Latin or Greek Origin. Criteria, Limits and Possible Solutions

Publication: Revue roumaine de linguistique, LX (1)
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Abstract:The rendering in Romanian of toponyms of Greek and Latin origin is an unsolved difficulty, whether it be in translations of ancient literature by classicists or in scientific articles, books, encyclopaedias and works in other academic areas. In this paper, I outline the main possible criteria for the integration of such toponyms within Romanian. The first indicator for integration should be sought in Romanian literature’s reception of Antiquity. Besides the reception of Antiquity, I also put forward the grammatical criteria that need to be outlined, including: inflexion in Romanian, the postpositive definite article in Romanian, affiliation with lexical and grammatical categories, inversion of the singular and plural and/or genders, and so on.
Key words:toponyms of the Antiquity, translation theory, Romanian orthography
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 1

41Alexandru GraurNume de locuriEditura Științifică1972

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