2019, Volume 16, Issue 2


Agapkina, T. A., Berezovich, E. L., Surikova, O. D.
Toponyms in the Charms of the Russian North. III: Stones

Vinogradova, L. N.
Anthroponymic Code in Ukrainian Demonymy

Chernykh, A. V.
Names of Old-Believer Confessions in the Popular Terminology of the Perm Region

Kuchko, V. S.
Folk Chrononyms of the Lower Onega River Region

Warditz, V. V.
Russian Name-Giving of the New Time: Socio-Cultural and Political Ideological Mechanisms of Anthroponymic Shifts

Zakharova, E. V.
Crossings as Key Elements of Land Routes (Based on Geographical Vocabulary and Toponymy of Karelia)

Toorians L.
Probable and Possible Celtic Names in North Holland: Huisduinen, Texel, Den Helder, Helsdeur

Shimkevich, N. V.
Evolution of Russian Politonymy in Post-Soviet Era

Ikityan, L. N.
A Legitimate Error: On One Surname in the Works of Leonid Andreev


Alikberov, A. K., Mudrak, O. A.
Historical Names Albania, Aluank, and Alan in Cross-Cultural Communication

Dzitstsoity, Yu. A.
On the Etymology of the Ethnic Names Alan and Allon


La Dunifa
Current Trends in Name-Giving Practices of the Buton People: The Impact of Globalisation on the Anthroponymy of Southeast Sulawesi


Hengst, K.
Studies in Slavic Onomastics in Germany: An Overview

Book reviews

Goryaev, S. O.
Polyonymity in Monasticism. Review of the book: Uspenskij, B. A., & Uspenskij, F. B. (2017). Inocheskiie imena na Rusi [Monastic Names in Medieval Russia]. Moscow; St Petersburg: Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Nestor History. 344 p.

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