Pomístní jména v jihomoravském pohraničí (na příkladu obce Jevišovka)
Minor Place-Names in South Moravia Border Area (by an example of the village Jevišovka)
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After the 2nd world war (since 1945 to 50ies of the 20th century) there were large demographic changes in the so called czech border area inhabited predominantly by Germans untill then. The german inhabitants were expelled and the region was resettled. In the project Výzkum toponymie vybraných oblastí Moravy (Research of toponymy in the selected regions of Moravia; GA ČR 406/11/P082) we focus on the research of minor place names in the moravian border area. The research methodology as well as anoikonyms resulting from the filed study in one of the border villages are subject of the study. Untill the end of the 2nd world war the village Jevišovka was inhabited except for Germans and Czechs by croatian ethnicity representing the majority of inhabitants. After the german expulsion the Croatians were expelled as well. In the study the complete list of minor place names exploited by the field study of this village using the method of oral tradition of two persons of croatian origin is given. The recorded names represent the state of anoikonyms in Jevišovka before the 2nd world war (30ies–40ies of the 20th century). The names, brief descriptions of objects and interpretations of origins are presented in the study.
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