Społeczno-gospodarcze uwarunkowania dziewiętnastowiecznego nazewnictwa miejscowego w Polsce
The Social and Economic Determinants of 19th Century Toponymy in Poland
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The 19th century was the age of changes in name giving in the Polish language. Most of the changes took place due to economic, political and ideological circumstances. The intensive development of the economy in the Polish Kingdom, less seen in the area of the Prussian borderlands, contributed to the naming of new hamlets. Their names are often connected to economic movements. The social and ideological changes have also contributed to the quality names. Many place names were derived from female names due to the social standing of women. All of the contextual factors mentioned above had a significant influence on the manner of creating new names in the 19th century.
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