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English anthrop- ("person”, “human") + Ancient Greek ὠνυμία (ōnumia) (from ὄνομα (onoma, "name"))


  • The bibliography is a highly analytic one, recording published materials in a wide variety of research languages treating Jewish anthroponymy in the broadest sense from historical, sociological, and linguistic perspectives.

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  • Emidio de Felice, the maestro of Italian anthroponymy and author of I Cognomi Italiani (Bologna: Il mulino, 1981) and Dizionario dei Cognomi Italiani

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIX No 2


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