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. Rásonyi , L. – Baski , I. ( 2007 ): Onomasticon Turcicum. Turkic Personal Names . 2 vols. Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University Denis Sinor Institute for Inner Asian Studies . [Redhouse] ( 2000 ): Türkçe/Osmanlıca-\u0130ngilizce Sözlük. \u0130

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). Rásonyi, L. — Baski, I. (2007): Onomasticon Turcicum. Turkic Personal Names . 1–2. Bloomington. Romodin, V. A. (ed.) (1973): Materialy po istorii kirgizov i Kirgizii . Vypusk I. Moskva. Röhrborn, K

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2 . Versuch eines Wörterbuches der Türk-Dialekte . 4 Vols. The Hauge – Rijswijk : Mouton & Co. – Krips Repro . Rásonyi , László and Baski , Imre 2007 . Onomasticon Turcicum. Turkic Personal Names as collected by László Rásonyi. 2 Vols

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. Cambridge , Cambridge University Press . Benz , F. ( 1972 ): Personal Names in the Phoenician and Punic Inscriptions: A Catalog, Grammatical Study and Glossary of Elements

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1996 Fehértói, K. (2004): Árpád-kori személynévtár (1000–1301) [Personal names used during the rule of the Árpád dynasty (1000–1301)]. Budapest

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. Golb, N.-Pritsak, O. (1982): Khazarian Hebrew Documents of the Tenth Century . Ithaca. Golden, P. B. (1975): The Q’azar-Hungarian Title/Personal Name . AEMA 1, pp. 37

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update. All the inscriptions containing at least one word in Latin were marked as “Latin”. Inscriptions containing only Latin personal names were left unmarked, since personal names are treated differently in the database. Similarly, inscriptions

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, Norbert 1946: La Musique. Des origines a nos jours . Paris. Ecsedy Ildikó 1960: A középkori népi hangszeres zene nyomozása régi magyar személyneveinkben [Tracing Medieval Vernacular Instrumental Music in Old Hungarian Personal Names

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realia: food names, currency units, etc.; • Proper names: personal names, place names, names of organizations; • Intralinguistic cultural references: address forms, idioms, proverbs, languagespecific collocations, stylistically marked synonyms. Occurrence

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personal name variations in national and international biomedical databases: implications for information retrieval and bibliometric studies . The Journal of the Medical Library Association 90 : 411 – 430

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