- From place + name. (Wiktionary)
“The Danish - by is the same as the British - by: every British placename that ends in - by started out as a Viking settlement.”
“In fact, I'm wondering when the association between this placename and Latin rumis started and by what people?”
“As I was leaving, the North Carolina placename fell (or was pushed over) and struck me a glancing blow before banging heavily on to the head of a woman standing next to it.”
“Which merely looks to us like a very rude placename...”
“*** Typo which should be a placename: "Celebratino of Women Writers”
“It also seems to be a Norwegian surname, and is definitely a Norwegian placename.”
“Form my reading of the post, the purple overlays in the images above - not the blue bounding boxes - are generated automatically by clustering geotagged and placename tagged images and extrapolating a well contoured shape around them.”
“It is especially Afrikaans-speaking people who are confronted with ill-considered placename changes, which are part of our heritage,”
“Alternative hypothesis: anonymous author hears what he regards as a funny-sounding place name, or designation for its residents, and constructs limerick around the placename...”
“Later then if the Etruscans were to 'fix' the placename with a 'correct' a, the nasal might go wrong.”
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