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  • ISBN 0904889815
  • ISBN13 978-0904889819
  • Language English
  • Author A. Smith
  • Publisher English Place-Name Society; Combined volume edition (January 20, 2009)
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English Place-Name Society book. I, Part 2, The Chief Elements in English Place-Names, examples from Vols II to XXIII are supplemented by material from counties not at the time in the published Survey.

English Place-Name Society book. Additions and amendments were later published in the Journal. A comprehensive list of these corrections is supplied with each set of Elements. Introduction, In this dictionary, which replaces Vol.

Redirected from English Place-Name Survey). The English Place-Name Society (EPNS) is a learned society concerned with toponomastics and the toponymy of England, in other words, the study of place-names (toponyms)

Redirected from English Place-Name Survey). The English Place-Name Society (EPNS) is a learned society concerned with toponomastics and the toponymy of England, in other words, the study of place-names (toponyms).

I, Part 2, The Chief Elements in English Place-Names, examples from Vols II to XXIII are supplemented by material from counties not at the time in the published Survey. Introduction, bibliography, the elements a-iw, maps (in end-pocket). The introduction includes a concise discussion of methodology and a useful note on OE dialectal variants.

The Lower Severn Valley and the Forest of Dean

The Lower Severn Valley and the Forest of Dean. In addition to the City of Bristol, names in the Part include Almondsbury, Hawkesbury, Henbury, Pucklechurch, Chipping Sodbury, and Thornbury. In the area lying beyond Severn are Lydney, Maisemore, Newent, St Braivels, Tidenham, and Westbury on Severn.

English Place-Name Society. Most English counties are now covered in its place-name survey, however its early volumes are not as detailed as its later ones. The English Place-Name Society is a learned society concerned with toponomastics and the toponymy of England, in other words, the study of place-names (toponyms).

The Survey of English Place-Names has been in progress since 1923, and is. .This last book is published by EPNS. Popular Books on English Place-Names - a Serious Issue in Onomastics.

The Survey of English Place-Names has been in progress since 1923, and is therefore. approaching its centenary, having already published 91 volumes by January 2017. It is. organized on a county basis. the second part of the fi rst volume of the Survey, which is a place-name element dictionary. revised and expanded by A. H. Smith as volumes 25 and 26 ). A typical. entry for a single name with a complicated history is given below: the entry for the city.

English place-name society supernumerary volume for . Sedgefield is not alone in this use; it is also employed in the second part o. Sedgefield is not alone in this use; it is also employed in the second part of the introductory volume: A. Mawer (e., Introduction to the Survey of English Place-Names, Part 2: The Chief Elements used in English Place-Names, English Place-Name Society . i (Cambridge: English Place-Name Society, 1924), p. vi.

Most English counties are now covered in its place-name survey . Smith, A H, English Place-Name Elements (2 volumes), English Place Name Society, Cambridge University Press (1987).

Most English counties are now covered in its place-name survey, however its early volumes are not as detailed as its later ones. From the 1960s there has been a change in the interpretation of some place-names, resulting from the detailed comparison of distributions of the place-name types which had been thought to be early Saxon and archaeological evidence. English Place-Name Society material was used as the basis of the The Cambridge dictionary of English place-names published in 2004.

English Place-Name Society: Volume 26, English Place-Name Elements, Part 2, The Elements JAFN-YTRI Index .

English Place-Name Society: Volume 26, English Place-Name Elements, Part 2, The Elements JAFN-YTRI Index and Maps (Pt. 2). (In this dictionary, which replaces Vol. I, Part 2, The C. In this dictionary, which replaces Vol. The elements jafn-yttri: index; maps (in end-pocket).