Toponyms

Some articles on toponyms:

Užican Speech - History
... influenced by the Celtic and Illyrian languages, the remaining of which are some local toponyms of Illyrian or Romanized Celtic etymology, such as Tara Mountain, Negbina ... Mediaeval records of local toponyms show Ikavian characteristics of the local Slavonic vernacular, similarly to the mediaeval Bosnian language ... These toponyms include Bika Rika, Siča Rika, Biluša, and others, which are today known as Bela Reka or Bijela Rijeka, Seča Reka, and Bjeluša (either Ijekavian ...
Dalmatian People - Linguistic Affinity
... was partly influenced by the Celtic language regarding personal names and toponyms ... The original language of the early Delmatae is scarcely known save a few toponyms noted by the Romans ... What remains of their language is but a few curious non-Slavic toponyms around the Livno valley, e.g ...
Toponyms Of Finland - Conventions - Guidelines For Naming New Places
... task is complicated by the need to use two different languages in the toponyms ... is the most swiftly developing area in Finland, are bilingual, the problem of devising good toponyms is not a small task ... for the Languages of Finland has given guidelines for devising new toponyms ...
Autrigones - History
... tribe or an Aquitanian one, however based on the study of their toponyms - as also happens with the Caristii and Varduli - it is likely they were a Celt tribe who ... The known toponyms of the Autrigones are of Celtic origin, as Uxama Barca in present-day Álava, and many others ending in -briga ... The toponyms of rivers, as the Nervión, the anthroponyms, the archeological remains, tools and weapons relate them culturally with the Celts, but with a clear differentiation of ...