SŁOWIAŃSKIE IMIONA DWUCZŁONOWE ZACHOWANE W NAJSTARSZYCH POLSKICH TOPONIMACH (REKONESANS)
SLAVIC COMPOUND NAMES RECORDED IN THE OLDEST POLISH TOPONYMS (RECONNAISSANCE)
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The aim of the article is to present selected Slavic compound names, including first names reconstructed from toponyms, which are the basis of the oldest place names (i.e. recorded in the Medieval documents). The paper announces a broader research project which aims to present an overall perspective of the anthroponymic motivation of geographical names from onomastic-linguistic, historical, demographic-migratory, geographical and frequency-based aspects. This study will focus upon a variety of topics, such as: chronology, frequency, geography of the name-based toponyms, their onomastic variants and morphological structure. Moreover, the following issues will be indicated: resources and the spread of the naming structures, the survivability and productivity of certain name groups in the toponymic nomination process. Cultural, ideological, religious and social causes which favor the production of certain types of names, including compound names, will be indicated.
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