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The Classification of Exonyms (Tagungsband)

The Classification of Exonyms

Proceedings of the 21st UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Riga [Rīga], 24–26 September 2018

Name & Place – Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research

Exonyms involve the adaptation of geographical names from a donor language into a receiver language, and they reflect the fascinating movement and interaction of peoples around the world. The Working Group on Exonyms of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN) was established by..

A Survey of Exonym Use (Tagungsband)

A Survey of Exonym Use

Proceedings of the 19th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Prague [Praha], 6-8 April 2017

Name & Place – Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research

The Working Group (WG) on Exonyms of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names was established in 2002. The papers in this volume of Name & Place, marking the 19 th Meeting of the WG in Prague in 2017, represent a cross-section of the knowledge acquired after 15 years of collective activities, in..
Criteria for the Use of Exonyms (Tagungsband)

Criteria for the Use of Exonyms

Proceedings of the 17th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Zagreb, 14–16 May 2015

Name & Place – Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research

Authors and editors of maps, atlases and all kinds of text publications, including articles in newspapers, as well as journalists of the electronic media, frequently face the problem of which name to use for a geographical feature outside their own country or linguistic community. If a choice of names is available,..
Confirmation of the Definitions (Tagungsband)

Confirmation of the Definitions

Proceedings of the 16th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Hermagor, 5–7 June 2014

Name & Place – Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research

The term exonym was first used by the British toponymist Marcel AUROUSSEAU (1957) and – interestingly enough – the term endonym was coined only later (1975), by the Austrian Slavist Otto KRONSTEINER, even though endonym is the basic and primary concept, and endonyms prevail by far in..
The Quest for Definitions (Tagungsband)

The Quest for Definitions

Proceedings of the 14th UNGEGN Working Group on Exonyms Meeting, Corfu, 23–25 May 2013

Name & Place – Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research

Why is it that the topic of exonyms, and more precisely the endonym / exonym divide, attracts so much interest and is so much disputed? It is perhaps because this divide arises when a geographical name is considered within the relationship between a name-using community and the feature bearing this name – is the..

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