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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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Verlag . RÁSONYI , László and Imre BASKI 2007 . Onomasticon Turcicum. Turkic Personal Names. 2 vols. [Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series 172.] Bloomington : Denis Sinor Institute For Inner Asian Studies . Rossabi , Morris 2014

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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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) Specific Soviet onomastics – i.e. personal names ( хрущёвка / hrušëvka ) Apart from these general classifications, we also needed a more specific taxonomy of translation strategies to classify the translations of Sovietisms adequately. As terminology to

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colourful and versatile the topics of the works were, of the abundance of personal names in the texts and also of the possibility of making a map of the multi-fold relationships between the persons mentioned in the documents. In my essay I have been trying

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qualitative and not quantitative point of view, the use of Greek ⟨o⟩ to represent Latin ⟨u⟩ (/ŭ/) could mean that Latin /ŭ/ was open enough to be perceived by a Greek speaker as /o/. It is remarkable that the probable phonetic spellings of this personal name

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personal names (chiefly on Christian inscriptions) is the third major cultural and ethnic factor which these local inscriptions document and which deeply influenced the history of Europe and also of Latin. 2 PHONETICS 2.1 Vocalism The abundant evidence of

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the Severan dynasty ( CCID 32, 39). Inscriptions from the Greek-speaking area are very rare, mainly from Thrace, most of them from Augusta Traiana ( CCID 50, 51, 52). 20 Doliche as an attribute in many cases appears as an origo 21 or a personal

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. In HERMAN, J. (ed.): Latin vulgaire – latin tardif. Actes du I er Colloque international sur latin vulgaire et tardif (Pécs, 2–5 septembre 1985) . Tübingen 1987, 2–9. 13 Cf. GUZZO, A. : More on the Latin Personal Names Ending with - us and - ius

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Gaulish: The Dialect of Narbonensis. Language 31 (1955) 9-19, hier 13 (aber vgl. unten); Schmidt, K. H.: Die Komposition in gallischen Personennamen. Zeitschrift für celti- sche Philologie 26 (1957) 33-301, hier 277; Evans, D. E.: Gaulish Personal

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