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Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland: Nomina

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The society's journal Nomina (ISSN 0141 6340) is published annually. All submissions are subject to a rigorous and anonymous peer review process. The editor from volume 38 is David Parsons, and the the editorial board consists of John Freeman, Alison Grant, Carole Hough, Peter McClure, Kay Muhr, Oliver Padel, and Maggie Scott. Instructions for submissions are in the Nomina style-sheet. Items for inclusion in the annual Nomina bibliographies may be sent to biblio at the domain snsbi.org.uk.

Below is the table of contents for all issues. The same data is available as a bibtex file for use with automatic citation software; and as a fully typeset pdf file, the latter sorted by author.

Papers from earlier volumes are available for free download as pdf files  —  look for the “pdf” indication on the left-hand side of this webpage, before the page number. Further volumes are currently being added.

Back issues of Nomina (price on application) may be obtained from from the distributor Shaun Tyas (shaun at shauntyas.myzen.co.uk), or by writing to: Shaun Tyas, 1 High Street, Donington, PE11 4TA, UK.

Nomina: tables of contents


Volume 38 (2015)

Articles

1Carole Hough The Scottish Maidenwells
17Richard Coates Welsh markets in marcher towns
33Peter McClure English topographic surnames with fused Anglo-Norman preposition and article: myth or reality?
71Carl-Erik Lundbladh Prototypical definition of names
85Rebecca Gregory Some Nottinghamshire dead men
93Alexander Falileyev Notes on some place-names of Pembrokeshire [Toch, Carnedd]
101Anon. Project report: Recovering the earlist English language in Scotland (REELS)
116Anon. Project report: Family names of the United Kingdom (FaNUK)
131P.R.K. Conference report: Norwich 2015

Reviews

135 Carole Hough Leonard Neidorf (ed.): The dating of Beowulf: a reassessment
139 Harry Parkin George Redmonds: A dictionary of Yorkshire surnames

Addenda

143Bibliography for 2014, by Alice Crook and Eleanor Rye with Aengus Finnegan and David N. Parsons
143Alice Crook and Eleanor Rye with Aengus Finnegan and David N. Parsons Bibliography for 2014

Volume 37 (2014)

Articles

1Michael Pearce `Not quite a Geordie': the folk-ethnonyms of north-east Engand
35Duncan Probert Peasant personal names and bynames from late-eleventh-century Bury St Edmunds
73Simon Young What is a Boggart Hole?
109Peter McClure Explaining English surnames: linguistic ambiguity and the importance of context. Part two - interpreting the modern data
143Gillian Fellows-Jensen Looking even more closely at the Nordic element in East Anglian place-names
159Richard Coates Blackbeard's surname
169P.R.K. Conference report: Gregynog 2014

Reviews

173 Martin Findell Fran Colman: The grammar of names in Anglo-Saxon England
177 Carole Hough Boel Jepson: English place-name elements relating to boundaries
181 David Boulton Paul Cullen, Richard Jones, David N. Parsons: Thorps in a changing landscape
185 Richard Coates Hugh Lenfestey: Guernsey place-names

Addenda

189Bibliography for 2013, by Alice Crook and Eleanor Rye
189Alice Crook and Eleanor Rye Bibliography for 2013

Volume 36 (2013)

Articles

1Peter McClure Explaining English surnames: linguistic ambiguity and the importance of context. Part 1
35Jeremy Harte Down among the dead men
53Philip A. Shaw Personal names from ethnonyms? Scandinavia and elsewhere
75Richard Coates Wirral revisited
107David Parsons Pre-English river-names and British survival in Shropshire
125Jennifer S. Holt Mitchelgate and Bichil Cross, Kirkby Lonsdale
135P.R.K. Conference report: Glasgow 2013

Reviews

156 Jennifer Scherr W. F. H. Nicolaisen: In the beginning was the name: selected essays

Addenda

141Bibliography for 2012, by Carole Hough
141Carole Hough Bibliography for 2012

Volume 35 (2012)

Articles

1Duncan Probert Wulfnoð, Olaf and the Domesday scribes
21Gwyneth Nair & Jennifer Scherr `Especiall vertues': abstract qualities and women's names in England, 1540–1850
49Richard Coates A toponomastic contribution to the linguistic prehistory of the British Isles
103Carole Hough Ælfric of Eynsham, Pucklechurch, and evidence for fallow deer in Anglo-Saxon England
131Kenneth Fraser The politics of naming warships
141Keith Briggs Two thirteenth-century by-names: Fukkebotere and Smalfuk
145P.R.K. Conference report: Canterbury 2011
149P.R.K. Conference report: Athenry 2012

Reviews

153 Kay Muhr Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus: The Place-Names of Fife, volume 3, St Andrews and the East Neuk
156 Prys Morgan Bruce Durie: Welsh Genealogy

Addenda

161Bibliography for 2011, by Carole Hough
161Carole Hough Bibliography for 2011

Volume 34 (2011)

Articles

5Rachel Sutton-Spence and Richard Coates Football crazy? Place-names and football club-names in British sign language
27Margaret Scott and Andrew Clark Directions in English place-names studies: an invitation to debate, with a case study of Salford Quays
51Terhi Nurminen Testing the Gelling hypothesis: Old English hill-terms in the place-names of Northumberland and County Durham
91Fran Colman On the moneyers' names Buga and Boia on Anglo-Saxon coins
121Alice Crook Naming patterns in the 16th/17th century: Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire
133Neil Howlett The place-name Beggars Bush

Obituary

145Shaun Tyas Adrian Room (1933–2011)

Reviews

149 David Parkin Debbie Kennett: The surnames handbook: a guide to family name research in the 21st century
151 Simon Draper George Redmonds, Turi King, and David Hey: Surnames, DNA, and family history
154 Carole Hough Lennart Elmevik and Svante Strandberg (eds.): Probleme der Rekonstruktion untergangener Wörter aus alten Eigennamen. Akten eines internationalen Symposiums in Uppsala 7–9 April 2010
157 Alison Burns Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus: The place-names of Fife, volume 2: Central Fife between the Rivers Leven and Eden

Addenda

163Bibliography for 2010, by Carole Hough
163Carole Hough Bibliography for 2010

Volume 33 (2010)

Articles

5Shaun Tyas Medievalism in British and Irish business names
27Carole Hough The name-type Maid(en)well
45Alan G. Crosby Unofficial place-names in nineteenth- and twentieth-century South Lancashire
65Alan G. James A slippery customer: proto-Indo-European *(s)lei and its progeny in some place-names in Britain
87Diana Whaley Scarborough revisited
101Andrea Bölcskei Distinctive additions in English settlement names: a cognitive linguistic approach
121Keith Briggs Maidenburgh, Geoffrey of Wells and Rabanus Maurus
129Richard A. V. Cox Issues in developing a chronology for Norse and Gaelic place-names in the Hebrides
139Richard Coates Hidden gates
169P.R.K. Conference report: Carmarthen 2010

Reviews

173 Shaun Tyas Ludger Kremer and Eike Ronneberger-Sibold (eds): Names in commerce industry: past and present
178 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Birgit Eggert, Bente Holmberg, and Bent Jørgensen (eds): Nordiske navnes centralitet og regionalitet
183 Carole Hough Peter Bierbaumer and Helmut W. Klug (eds): Old names — new growth. Proceedings of the 2nd ASPNS [Anglo-Saxon Plant-Name Survey] Conference, Graz 2007
187 Margaret Scott O. J. Padel and David Parsons (eds): A commodity of good names: essays in honour of Margaret Gelling

Addenda

193Bibliography for 2009, by Carole Hough
193Carole Hough Bibliography for 2009
0 Errata slip for Table 3 in Keith Briggs, The distribution of distance of certain place-name types to Roman roads (Nomina 32, 43-57)

Volume 32 (2009)

Articles

5Peter Drummond Place-name losses and changes - a study in Peeblesshire: a comparative study of hill-names and other toponyms
19Paul Tempan Sliabh in Irish place-names
43Keith Briggs The distribution of distance of certain place-name types to Roman roads
59Richard Coates Pompey as the nickname for Portsmouth
75Sheila Young Oil and gas field names in the central and northern sectors of the North Sea: their provenance, cultural influence, longevity and onshore migration
113Veronica Smart Economic Migrants? Continental moneyers' names on the tenth-century English coinage
157P.R.K. Conference report: Falmouth 2009

Obituaries

159Ann Cole Margaret Gelling (1924–2009)
162Richard Coates Karl Inge Sandred (1925–2008)

Reviews

165 Carole Hough S. Taylor (ed.): The Journal of Scottish Name-Studies vol.1
167 Andrew Breeze Owen and Morgan: Dictionary of the place-names of Wales
170 Alison Grant Cavill and Broderick (eds.): Language contact in the place-names of Britian and Ireland
172 Oliver Padel Rollason and Rollason (eds.): The Durham liber vitae
181 George Redmonds Dave Postles: The North through its names
184 Veronica Smart Carroll and Parsons (eds.): Anglo-Saxon mint-names 1; Colman, Sylloge of coins of the British Isles 54
186 Simon Taylor Victor Watts: The place-names of County Durham, part 1

Addenda

195Bibliography for 2008, by Carole Hough
195Carole Hough Bibliography for 2008

Volume 31 (2008)

Articles

5D. K. Tucker Reaney & Wilson redux: An analysis and comparison with major English surname data sets
45Carole Hough Women in the landscape: place-name evidence for women in north-west England
67Gavin Smith ‑ingas and the mid-seventh-century diocese
89W. F. H. Nicolaisen On names in literature
99Richard A. V. Cox Review article: Broderick, placenames of the Isle of Man
121P.R.K. Conference report: Edinburgh 2008
125C. P. Lewis Report on the 2nd International Aleksandras Vanagas Conference: Vilnius 2007

Reviews

127 V. Smart Eldblad, Allard, Sundström and Brylla: Sveriges medeltida personnamn, Häfte 15 Ingeborgh-Iogærth
128 C. Hough Taylor with Márkus: The Place-Names of Fife volume 1, West Fife between Leven and Forth
133 M. Gelling Scarfe: Suffolk in the Middle Ages
134 M. Atkin Crosby: Of names and Places: selected writings of Mary Higham
138 G. Fellows-Jensen Entzenberg: "Det får ju vara någon ordning på torpet!". Svenska personnamnsregler i ett historiskt perspektiv
143 C. Hough Anderson: The Grammar of Names
148 J. Briggs Higham: Britons in Anglo-Saxon England
153 A. Breeze Koch, Karl, Minard and Ó Faoláin: An Atlas for Celtic Studies: Archaeology and Names in Ancient Europe and Early Medieval Ireland, Britain, and Brittany

Addenda

157Bibliography for 2007, by Carole Hough
157Carole Hough Bibliography for 2007

Volume 30 (2007)

Articles

5D. K. Tucker Surname distribution prints from the GB 1998 Electoral Roll compared with those from other surnames distributions
pdf23Richard Coates Shoreditch and Car Dyke: two allusions to Romano-British built features in later names containing OE dīc, with reflections on variable place-name structure
pdf35Ellen Bramwell Community bynames in the Western Isles
pdf57John S. Plant The tardy adoption of the Plantagenet surname
pdf85Peter Drummond Southern Scottish hill generics: testing the Gelling and Cole hypothesis
101Carole Hough Commonplace place-names
121P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Sixteenth Annual Study Conference

Reviews

125 D. Ellis Evans Patrick Sims-Williams: Ancient Celtic place-names in Europe and Asia Minor
126 Ian Tait Peder Gammeltoft, Carole Hough and Doreen Waugh (eds): Cultural contacts in the North Atlantic region: the evidence of names
131 Anthony Ellwood Diana Whaley: A Dictionary of Lake District place-names
133 Carole Hough Peder Gammeltoft and Bent Jorgensen (eds): Names Through the Looking-Glass. Festschrift in Honour of Gillian Fellows-Jensen July 5th 2006
137 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Ernst Eichler, Inge Bily, Bärbel Breitfeld and Manuela Züfle (eds): Atlas Altsorbischer Ortsnamentypen...
140 Gwynedd O. Pierce Richard Morgan: Place-names of Gwent
143 Ian A. Fraser George Broderick: A Dictionary of Manx place-names
145 Diana Whaley Stan Beckensall: Place names and field names of Northumberland

Addenda

149Carole Hough Bibliography for 2006

Volume 29 (2006)

Articles

pdf5Richard Coates Maiden Castle, Geoffrey of Monmouth and Hārūn al-Rašīd
pdf61Alaric Hall Are there any elves in Anglo-Saxon place-names?
pdf81Hywel Wyn Owen Archif Melville Richards: A place-name resource database for Wales
pdf97John and Sheila Rowlands The distribution of surnames in Wales
pdf115Margaret Scott Previck and Leckprivick: Onomastic connections in South-West Scotland
pdf129Richard Coates Ludgate
pdf133Fran Colman Review article [Proceedings of the 21st International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, Uppsala, August 19-24, 2002]
147P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fifteenth Annual Study Conference: Bristol 2006

Obituary

151Jennifer Scherr Mary Higham (1935–2005)

Reviews

155 Margaret Gelling David N. Parsons: The vocabulary of English place-names ceaforcock-pit
157 Margaret Gelling Barrie Cox: The place-names of Leicestershire, Part 3
159 Ian A. Fraser Patrick McKay: The place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 8
161 Fran Colman Egon Felder: Die Personennamen auf den merowingischen Münzen der Bibliothèque Nationale de France
164 Carole Hough Barrie Cox: A Dictionary of Leicestershire and Rutland place-names

Addenda

167Carole Hough Bibliography for 2005

Volume 28 (2005)

Articles

pdf5Peter McClure The kinship of Jack: II, pet-forms of Middle English personal names with the suffixes ‑cock and ‑cus
pdf43David Morris The rise of Christian names in the thirteenth century: a case study of the English nobility
pdf69Jacob King `Lochy' names and Adomnán's Nigra Dea
pdf93Stella Pratt Summer landscapes: investigating Scottish topographical place-names
pdf115John S. Plant Modern methods and a controversial surname: Plant
pdf135Peter R. Kitson Review article: Gillis Kristensson, A survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350: the southern counties I. Vowels (except diphthongs), II. Diphthongs and consonants
157P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fourteenth Annual Study Conference: Swansea 2005

Reviews

161 Dauvit Broun Richard A. V. Cox: The Gaelic place-names of Carloway, Isle of Lewis: their Structure and Significance
163 Doreen Waugh Mats Wahlberg (ed.): Svenskt ortnamns-lexicon
165 Samantha Riches Graham Jones (ed.): Saints of Europe. Studies towards a Survey of Cults and Culture
169 Richard Coates Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa, Edhina Ekogidho: Names as Links: The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia
172 Mary C. Higham Alexander McCall Smith: Portuguese Irregular Verbs; At the Villa of Reduced Circumstances; The Finer Points of Sausage Dogs

Addenda

175Carole Hough Bibliography for 2004
191 Work in Progress [anon.]

Volume 27 (2004)

Articles

5Ken Tucker The forenames and surnames from the GB 1998 Electoral Roll compared with those from the UK 1881 census
pdf41David Postles Negotiating bynames
71John Garth Wilkinson *Lanum and Lugudunum: full lune, and light on an unkempt wraith
91Ken Tucker What happened to the UK 1881 census surnames by 1997
119Arthur Owen Land drainage records: A source for name studies in East Lincolnshire
127P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Thirteenth annual study conference: Cambridge 2004

Obituaries

129O. J. Padel Gordon Anderson (1922–2004)
132David Hey Peter Wilkinson (1925–2003)

Reviews

133 Carole Hough Victor Watts (ed.): The Cambridge Dictionary of English place-names
142 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Svavar Sigmundsson (ed.): Kristendommens indflydelse på nordisk navngivning
147 Alan James Richard Coates and Andrew Breeze, with a contribution by David Horovitz: Celtic Voices English Places. Studies of the Celtic Impact on place-names in England
150 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Adrian Room: The Penguin Dictionary of British Place Names
156 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Richard R. Randall: Place Names: How They Define the World - and More
158 Elisabeth Okasha Patrick Sims-Williams: The Celtic Inscriptions of Britain. Phonology and Chronology, c.400–1200
160 Paul Cullen A. D. Mills: A Dictionary of London Place Names
164 Meredith Cane Gwynedd O. Pierce: Place-names in Glamorgan

Addenda

167Carole Hough Bibliography for 2003
181Anon. Work in Progress

Volume 26 (2003)

Articles

pdf5Anthony R. Rowley Elslack-Olenacum: an onomastic relic of pre-Roman Britain?
pdf15Eilis Fitzsimons Maughold of Man
pdf29Doreen Waugh Some place-names from the Old Scatness Project, Shetland
pdf43Peder Gammeltoft `I sauh a tour on a toft, tryelyche i-maket', part two: on place-names in ‑toft in England
65David Horovitz, Richard Coates and Stephen Potter Ingestre, Staffordshire
83Carole Hough Onomastic uses of the term `white'
pdf93Peter McClure The kinship of Jack: I, pet-forms of Middle English personal names with the suffixes ‑kin, ‑ke, ‑man and ‑cot
pdf119Anon. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Twelfth Annual Study Conference: Shetland 2003

Obituaries

128Ian A. Fraser Basil Megaw (1913–2002)
129Carole Hough Victor Watts (1938–2002)

Reviews

131 Doreen J. Waugh John Higgitt, Katherine Forsyth and David N. Parsons (eds): Roman, Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent
133 David N. Parsons H. S. A. Fox and O. J. Padel (eds): The Cornish Lands of the Arundells of Lanherne, Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries
134 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Carole Hough and Kathryn A. Lowe (eds), with a Foreword by R. I. Page: `Lastworda Betst': Essays in Memory of Christine E. Fell with her Unpublished Writings
137 Veronica Smart Barbara E. Crawford (ed.): The Papar in the North Atlantic, Environment and History
138 Graham Collis Sylvia Laverton: Shotley Peninsula. The Making of a Unique Suffolk Landscape
140 Carole Hough G. R. Isaac: The Antonine Itinerary Land Routes. place-names of Ancient Europe and Asia Minor

Addenda

143Carole Hough Bibliography for 2002
157Anon. Work in Progress

Volume 25 (2002)

Articles

pdf5David Postles Bynames of location with the suffix ‑by revisited
13Richard A. V. Cox Notes on the question of the development of Old Norse bólstaðr in Hebridean nomenclature
pdf29David N. Parsons Anna, Dot, Thorir ... counting Domesday personal names
pdf53Victor Watts Medieval field-names in two South Durham townships
pdf65Alison Grant A new approach to the inversion compounds of north-west England
pdf91Peter R. Kitson How Anglo-Saxon personal names work
pdf133Veronica Smart Pitit and Litelman: an onomastic conundrum
pdf139John Garth Wilkinson Deep thoughts on the Devon, and a fresh look at the Nith
pdf147Andrew Breeze Kilkhampton, Cornwall
pdf151Andrew Breeze Kilpeck, near Hereford, and Latin pedica `snare'
pdf153P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Eleventh Annual Study Conference: Newcastle 2002

Reviews

155 Richard Coates W. F. H. Nicolaisen (ed.): Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, Aberdeen, August 4-11, 1996
165 Margaret Gelling David Parsons and Tania Styles with Carole Hough: The vocabulary of English place-names ÁBox; David Parsons and Tania Styles: The vocabulary of English place-names BraceCæster
166 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Per Wikstrand: Gudarnas platser: Förkristna sakrala ortnamn i Mälarlandskapen
169 Doreen Waugh Eva Nyman: Nordiska ortnamn på -und
171 Simon Taylor Peder Gammeltoft: the place-name element bólstaðr in the North Atlantic Area

Addenda

177Carole Hough Bibliography for 2001
189Work in Progress by Anon.
189Anon. Work in Progress

Volume 24 (2001)

Articles

pdf5W. F. H. Nicolaisen `A change of place is a change of fortune': place-names as structuring devices in Chaim Bermant's novels
pdf17Peder Gammeltoft `I sauh a tour on a toft, tryelyche i-maket': on place-names in ‑toft, ‑tote and ‑tobhta from Shetland to the Isle of Man
pdf33Gillian Fellows-Jensen The mystery of the ‑names in Man
pdf47David Postles `Gender trouble' (Judith Butler): describing English women in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries
pdf67Mary C. Higham Harper's lands
pdf77Diana Whaley Trusmadoor and other Cumbrian `pass' words
pdf97Anthony R. Rowley Stirton
pdf101P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Tenth Annual Study Conference: Isle of Man 2001

Obituaries

103Richard Coates John Field (1921–2000)
105Karl Inge Sandred Kenneth Cameron (1922–2001)

Reviews

107 Peter McClure David Postles: The Surnames of Devon
111 Simon Taylor Ian A. Fraser: The place-names of Arran
115 Tom Schmidt Åse Wetås: Namneskiftet Kristiania-Oslo
118 Carole Hough Margaret Gelling and Ann Cole: The Landscape of place-names
122 Ian Fraser Patrick McKay: A Dictionary of Ulster place-names
123 Veronica Smart Botolv Helleland and Leif Nilsson (eds): Utlandske namn i Norden
125 Carole Hough Simon Taylor (ed.): The uses of place-names

Addenda

127Carole Hough Bibliography for 2000
141Anon. Work in Progress

Volume 23 (2000)

Articles

pdf5Jon Coe River and valley terms in the Book of Llandaf
pdf23Malcolm Jones The names given to ships in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England
pdf37Margaret Scott `Bullion' in Scottish place-names
pdf49Patrick McKay Some Belfast place-names
pdf55John Martin Corkery Approaches to the study of English forename use
pdf75Richard Coates Thoughts on L'Ancresse, Guernsey
pdf79Carole Hough Carolside in Berwickshire and Carelholpit in Lincolnshire
pdf87Andrew Breeze Caxton's tale of eggs and the North Foreland, Kent
pdf89Gillian Fellows-Jensen John Aubrey, pioneer onomast?
pdf107Peder Gammeltoft Why the difference? An attempt to account for the variations in the phonetic development of place-names in Old Norse bólstaðr in the Hebrides
pdf121Gwynedd O. Pierce The Welsh mystwyr
140Doreen Waugh Flora Celtica-Scotland 2000 and place-names
pdf141Ann Cole, Janey Cumber and Margaret Gelling Old English merece `wild celery, smallage' in place-names
pdf149Peter R. Kitson Gawain/Gwalchmai and his peers: romance heroes (and a heroine) in England, the Celtic lands, and the continent
167P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Ninth Annual Study Conference: Bangor 2000

Obituary

pdf170David Postles Richard McKinley (1921–1999) A personal appreciation
pdf173John Insley An intellectual appreciation

Reviews

175 John Freeman Hywel Wyn Owen: The Place-names of East Flintshire
177 Peder Gammeltoft Lennart Elmevik and Svante Strandberg, with Eva Brylla, Mats Wahlberg and Henrik Williams: Runor och Namn. Hyllningsskrift till Lena Peterson, den 27 januari 1999
182 Ian A. Fraser Patrick McKay: Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 4, County Antrim, I, The Baronies of Toome
183 Carole Hough Kenneth Cameron & John Insley: A Dictionary of Lincolnshire place-names
185 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Ines Sobanski: Die Eigennamen in den Detektivgeschichten Gilbert Keith Chestertons: Ein Beitrag zur Theorie und Praxis der literarischen Onomastik
187 Veronica Smart Mats Wahlberg (ed.): Den nordiska namnforskningen, i går, i dag, i morgon. Handlingar från NORNAs 25:e symposium

Addenda

189Carole Hough Bibliography for 1999
201Work in Progress by Anon.
201Anon. Work in Progress
205W. F. H. Nicolaisen The Inauguration of the Council for Name Studies 1960

Volume 22 (1999)

Articles

pdf5Gregory Toner The definite article in Irish place-names
pdf25Diarmuid Ó Murchadha The formation of Gaelic surnames in Ireland: choosing the eponyms
pdf45Gillian Fellows-Jensen Scandinavian settlement names in East Anglia: some problems
pdf75Richard Coates New light from old wicks: the progeny of Latin vīcus
pdf117David Postles `Oneself as another' and Middle English nickname bynames
pdf133Andrew Breeze Simeon of Durham's annal for 756 and Govan, Scotland
139P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Seventh Annual Study Conference: Maynooth 1998
142P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Eighth Annual Study Conference: Sheffield 1999

Reviews

145 Carole Hough Alexander R. Rumble and A. D. Mills: Names, Places and People. An onomastic miscellany in memory of John McNeal Dodgson
150 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Stuart Harris: The Place Names of Edinburgh. Their Origins and History
153 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Alan Rayburn: Place Names of Ontario [and] Dictionary of Canadian Place Names
157 Veronica Smart Thorsten Andersson, Eva Brylla and Anita Jacobson-Widding: Personnamn och social identitet
159 Simon Taylor Gregory Toner: Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 5 [and] Kay Muhr, place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 6 [and] Fiachra Mac Gabhann, place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 7

Addenda

169Carole Hough Bibliography for 1998
185Ratoun Nominal Value, VI: Jumpers Common: a Leap of Faith
189Notes for Contributors by Anon.
189Anon. Notes for Contributors

Volume 21 (1998)

Articles

pdf15Richard A. V. Cox Onomastic luggage: variability in the onomastic landscape
pdf29Graham Jones Penda's footprint? Place-names containing personal names associated with those of early Mercian kings
pdf63Kathryn A. Lowe The development of the Anglo-Saxon boundary clause
pdf101Peter McClure The interpretation of hypocoristic forms of Middle English baptismal names
pdf133Tania Styles Whitby revisited: Bede's explanation of Streanaeshalch
pdf149Andrew Breeze The Lancashire place-names Alkincoates and Heskin
pdf154Andrew Breeze The Kent place-name Brenchley
pdf157Andrew Breeze Four Devon place-names [Clyst, Countisbury, Creedy, Croyde]
pdf169Peter R. Kitson Review article: Gillis Kristensson, A Survey of Middle English Dialects 1290–-1350: The East Midland counties (Lund UP, 1995), xiv + 199 pp., 16 maps.

Reviews

179 Doreen J. Waugh Staffan Wiklund: Våtmarksord i Lulemålen. En ordgrupp sedd ur informant- och intervjuarperspektiv
181 Peter McClure George Redmonds: Surnames and Genealogy: a New Approach
184 Simon Taylor George Broderick: Placenames of the Isle of Man
188 Victor Watts Yulian Konstantinov & Gulbrand Alhaug: Names, Ethnicity, and Politics. Islamic Names in Bulgaria 1912–1992
189 Richard A. V. Cox Adrian Room: An Alphabetical Guide to the Language of Name Studies

Addenda

191Carole Hough Bibliography for 1997
207Ratoun Nominal Value, V

Volume 20 (1997)

Articles

pdf5Simon Taylor Generic-element variation, with special reference to eastern Scotland
pdf23Matthew Townend Ella: an Old English name in Old Norse poetry
pdf36Richard Coates Fastnet
pdf47Richard A. V. Cox Modern Scottish Gaelic reflexes of two Pictish words: *pett and *lannerc
pdf59Marianne Blomqvist The names of medieval towns in Finland
pdf67David E. Thornton Hey, Mac! The name Maccus, tenth to fifteenth centuries

Reviews

99 Carole Hough Kenneth Cameron: English Place Names
103 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Ernest Eichler, Gerold Hilty, Heinrich Löffler, Hugo Steger and Ladislav Zgusta: Namenforschung/Name Studies/Les Noms propres. An International Handbook of Onomastics
106 Karl Inge Sandred John Insley: Scandinavian Personal Names in Norfolk. A Survey Based on Medieval Records and place-names
109 Veronica Smart Mats Wahlberg: Uppsalas Gatunamn... [and] K. Fraser and R. N. Smart, St Andrews Street-Names
111 W. F. H. Nicolaisen David Dorward: Scottish Surnames
112 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Alan Rayburn: Naming Canada: Stories about place-names from Canadian Geographic
115 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Margot Ford McMillen, Paris, Tightwad, and Peculiar: Missouri Place Names

Addenda

117Carole Hough Bibliography for 1996
133P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Sixth Annual Conference: Glasgow 1997
137Ratoun Nominal Value, IV

Volume 19 (1996)

Articles

pdf5Kenneth Cameron The Scandinavian element in minor names and field-names in north-east Lincolnshire
pdf29R. Geraint Gruffydd Love by toponymy: Dafydd ap Gwilym and place-names
pdf43Carole Hough English place-names in Lap-
pdf51Breandán S. Mac Aodha Execution and Irish place-names
pdf61Peter McClure The names of merchants in medieval Dublin
pdf79David Postles The distinction of gender? Women's names in the thirteenth century
pdf91Diana Whaley Anglo-Scandinavian problems in Cumbria, with particular reference to the Derwentwater area

Reviews

120 Carole Hough Eva Brylla (ed.): Från götarna till Noreens kor: Hyllningsskrift till Lennart Elmevik på 60-årsdagen 2 februari 1996
122 R. I. Page È. A. Makaev: The Language of the Oldest Runic Inscriptions: a Linguistic and Historical-Philological Analysis
124 Dave Postles Kristoffer Kruken (ed.): Slektsnamn i Norden...
126 Robert M. M. Crawford Michael Paffard: A Gardener's Book of Names
127 Carole Hough Peter Jackson (ed.): Words, Names and History. Selected Papers of Cecily Clark

Addenda

131Carole Hough Bibliography for 1995
149P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fourth Annual Study Conference: Durham 1995
152P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fifth Annual Study Conference: Nottingham 1996
155Ratoun Nominal Value, III

Volume 18 (1995)

Articles

pdf7Richard Coates A breath of fresh air through Finkle Street
pdf37Fran Colman A desert-island history
pdf47Eric P. Hamp Agent formations in Roman British toponyms
pdf53Philip Heath-Coleman Three Cornish place-names [Melledgan, Hanjague, Bosistow]
pdf63Breandán S. Mac Aodha The nature of Irish pub-names
pdf77John S. Moore Family-entries in English Libri Vitae, c.1050 to c.1530: part II
pdf119Gerald Morgan Naming Welsh women
140P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Third Annual Study Conference: Aberystwyth 1994

Reviews

142 Margaret Gelling B. G. Charles: The place-names of Pembrokeshire
144 Doreen J. Waugh Asbjørn Karbø and Kristoffer Kruken, Blåmann og Lykle: Norske Geitenamn:
145 Carole Hough Della Hooke: Pre-Conquest Charter-Bounds of Devon and Cornwall
149 W. F. H. Nicolaisen E. Wallace McMullen (ed.): Names New and Old: Papers of the Names Institute

Addenda

152Carole Hough Bibliography for 1993
167Carole Hough Bibliography for 1994
178Ratoun Nominal Value, II

Volume 17 (1994)

Articles

pdf7Ann Cole The Anglo-Saxon traveller
pdf19Carole Hough Some ghost entries in Smith's English place-name Elements
pdf55David Postles At Sørensen's request: the formation and development of patronyms and metronyms in late medieval Leicestershire and Rutland
pdf71W. A. R. Richardson The Smalls, Hats and Barrels: navigational and toponymic hazards
pdf99Simon Taylor Babbet and Bridin Pudding or polyglot Fife in the Middle Ages
pdf119Victor Watts The place-name Hexham: a mainly philological approach
137P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Second Annual Study Conference: Preston, 1993
pdf140W. F. H. Nicolaisen Professor A. L. Rivet 1915–1993 [Obituary]

Reviews

142 I. A. Fraser Gregory Toner & Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín: Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 1 and A. J. Hughes & R. J. Hannan, place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 2
144 Simon Taylor Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín: Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 3
146 Veronica Smart Eivind Weye: Utgava og atgongd
147 Barrie Cox J. Field: A History of English Field Names
149 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Gunilla Harling-Kranck & Lars Huldén: Ägonamn. Rapport Från NORNA:s sjuttonde symposium på Svidja...
152 Paul Bibire Thorlac Turville-Petre & Margaret Gelling (eds): Studies in Honour of Kenneth Cameron

Addenda

154N. Scott Catledge & Carole Hough Bibliography for 1992
170Ratoun Nominal Value

Volume 16 (1992-93)

Articles

pdf7J. H. Andrews The maps of Robert Lythe as a source for Irish place-names
pdf49Diarmuid Ó Murchadha Nationality names in the Irish annals
pdf71Breandán S. Mac Aodha Some commemorative British place-names in Dublin city
pdf79Patrick Hanks The present-day distribution of surnames in the British Isles
pdf99John S. Moore Family-entries in English Libri Vitae c.1050 to c.1530: part I
129P.R.K. Society for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. First Annual Conference: Belfast, 1992
pdf132Tomos Roberts [Obituary] Professor Bedwyr Lewis Jones 1933–1992
pdf134Ruairí Ó hUiginn & Coláiste Phádraig [Obituary] Tomás S. Ó Máille 1904–1990

Reviews

136 M. A. Atkin Margaret Gelling: The West Midlands in the Early Middle Ages
139 Veronica Smart Fran Colman: Money Talks: Reconstructing Old English
141 Carole Hough Adrian Room: The Street Names of England
142 Doreen J. Waugh Tom Schmidt (ed.): Norna-Rapporter 43
142 Doreen J. Waugh Gordon Albøge, Eva Villarsen Meldgaard & Lis Weise (eds): Norna-Rapporter 45
142 Doreen J. Waugh Gillian Fellows-Jensen & Bente Holmberg (eds): Norna-Rapporter 48
144 Barbara Crawford Cyril Hart: The Danelaw
148 John Insley Wolf-Armin Freiherr von Reitzenstein: Lexikon bayerischer Ortsnamen: Herkunft und Bedeutung

Addenda

pdf151Paul Jennings Ware, Wye, Watford

Volume 15 (1991-92)

Articles

pdf7W. F. H. Nicolaisen Pictish place-names as Scottish surnames: origins, dissemination and current status
pdf21Cecily Clark Personal-name studies: bringing them to a wider audience
pdf35Gillian Fellows-Jensen Place-names in -þorp: in retrospect and in turmoil
pdf53Örjan Svensson The Worthy-names of Devon
pdf61M. C. Higham Lin in the landscape
pdf69M. C. Higham The medieval boundary of Burton Chase: identification and implications
pdf75Della Hooke Charters and the landscape
pdf97Breandán S. Mac Aodha Murdoch Mackenzie's charts as a source for Irish place-names
pdf107Nerys Ann Jones An index to the discussions on place-names by Henry Owen and Egerton Phillimore in The Description of Penbrokshire by George Owen of Henllys
125P.R.K. Council for Names Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-Third Annual Study Conference
127Kay Muhr Obituary: Kenneth Hurlstone Jackson, 1909–1991
130O. J. Padel Obituary: Cecily Clark, 1926–1992

Reviews

134 Peter Wilkinson Richard A. McKinley: A History of British Surnames
136 Jennifer Scherr Örjan Svensson: Saxon Place-names in East Cornwall
138 John Freeman Jeffrey Spittal and John Field: A reader's guide to the place-names of the United Kingdom: a bibliography of publications 1920–1989 on the place-names of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Channel Islands
142 Margaret Gelling David Mills: A Dictionary of English place-names
144 John Hamshere Della Hooke: Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds

Addenda

pdf147Anon. The Oxford Solar Myth

Volume 14 (1990-91)

Articles

pdf1Richard McKinley Medieval Latin translations of English personal bynames: their value for surname history
pdf7Prys Morgan Locative surnames in Wales: a preliminary list
pdf25Jean Tsushima Impact - some reactions to foreign surnames: or, the art of getting it wrong
pdf41Richard Coates Bonchurch: in defence of the man on the Vectis omnibus
pdf47David Roffe Place-naming in Domesday Book: settlements, estates, and communities
pdf61M. A. Atkin The medieval exploitation and division of Malham Moor
pdf73Eric P. Hamp A few St Kilda toponyms and forms
pdf77Breandán S. Mac Aodha The priest and the mass in Irish place-names
pdf83Richard A. V. Cox Allt Loch Dhaile Beaga: place-name study in the west of Scotland
98Cecily Clark Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-Second Annual Study Conference
pdf100John Insley Thoughts on the comparative study of European surnames: a review of Patrick Hanks & Flavia Hodges, A Dictionary of Surnames

Reviews

107 John Blair Alan Everitt: Continuity and Colonisation: the Evolution of Kentish Settlement
109 Bedwyr Lewis Jones O. J. Padel: A Popular Dictionary of Cornish place-names
111 Margaret Gelling G. Copley: Early place-names of the Anglian Regions of England
112 John Field Stephen Coleman & John Wood: Historic Landscape and Archaeology: Glossary of Terms and Martin Spray, Peak District Place Names
115 Bedwyr Lewis Jones Gwilym T. Jones: The Rivers of Anglesey
116 Bedwyr Lewis Jones Hywel Wyn Owen: Enwau Lleoedd
116 Rolf H. Bremmer W. T. Beetstra: Toponimen en toponimyske eleminten yn Fryslân: in analytyske bibliografy ca.1835–1980 and R. E. Künzel, D. P. Blok & J. M. Verhoeff, Lexicon van Nederlandse toponiemen tot 1200
119 Rolf H. Bremmer Gerald van Berkel & Kees Samplonius: Het Plaatsnamenboek: De herkomst en betekenis van Nederlandse plaatsnamen
122 Victor Watts Peter Hallaråker, Arne Kruse & Terje Aarset (eds): Stadnamen i Kystkulturen
123 Tom Schmidt L. Peterson & S. Strandberg (eds): Studia Onomastica: Festskrift till Thorsten Andersson den 23 februari 1989
125 Richard McKinley S. Carlsson: Studies on Middle English Local Bynames in East Anglia
127 Cecily Clark Richard McKinley: The Surnames of Sussex
131 Richard McKinley Robert Bell: The Book of Ulster Surnames
132 Cecily Clark J. Douglas Porteous: The Mells: Surname Geography, Family History
133 Cecily Clark Oakham Survey Research Group: The Oakham Survey of 1305: A Translation with Commentaries
133 Cecily Clark L. Van Durme: Toponymie van Velzeke-Ruddershove en Bochoute

Addenda

135Cecily Clark and Peter Jackson Bibliography

Volume 13 (1989-90)

Articles

pdf1Richard Coates On some controversy surrounding Gewissae/Gewissei, Cerdic and Ceawlin
pdf13Graeme Whittington Place-names in northern Fife
pdf25Brian K. Roberts Late ‑bý names in the Eden Valley, Cumberland
pdf41Gillian Fellows-Jensen Scandinavians in southern Scotland?
pdf61Doreen Waugh Shetland place-names
pdf73John Kerr Along an Atholl boundary
pdf91John Field Creatures great and small: excursions among English field-names
pdf109Victor Watts Shaw/Shay revisited
pdf117Alexander R. Rumble Obituary: Professor John McNeal Dodgson
120Cecily Clark Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-First Annual Study Conference

Reviews

131 Hywel Wyn Owen O. J. Padel: Cornish place-name elements
132 Cecily Clark C. Marynissen: Hypokoristische Suffixen in oudnederlandse Persoonsnamen
135 Richard Coates Charles Stevens, Jean Arthur & Joan Stevens (eds): Jersey place-names: a Corpus of Jersey Toponymy
137 W. F. H. Nicolaisen Colin Renfrew: Archaeology and Language: the Puzzle of Indo-European Origins
140 John Insley Göran Hallberg, Stig Isaksson and Bengt Pamp (eds): Nionde nordiska namnforskarkongressen: Lund 4-8 augusti 1985
143 Cecily Clark Ingrid Hjertstedt: Middle English Nicknames in the Lay Subsidy Rolls for Warwickshire
145 Veronica Smart Tom Schmidt (ed.): Nyere nordisk personnavnskikk
147 Cecily Clark Edwin D. Lawson: Personal Names and Naming: An Annotated Bibliography
148 Cecily Clark Marianne Mulon: L'Onomastique française: bibliographie des travaux publiés de 1960 à 1985
149 'VJS' Thorsten Andersson: Namn i Norden och den forna Europa

Addenda

150C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography

Volume 12 (1988-89)

Articles

pdf1Richard Cox Questioning the value and validity of the term `hybrid' in Hebridean place-name study
pdf11Breandán S. Mac Aodha Lake-names on Mercator's map of Ireland
pdf17Victor Watts Scandinavian settlement-names in County Durham
pdf65Janet R. Ellis Chopwell: a problematical Durham place-name
pdf77M. A. Atkin Hollin names in north-west England
pdf89Mary C. Higham Shay Names - A need for re-appraisal?
pdf103Margaret Gelling Phonological note. Shaw/Shay: the phonological problem
pdf105A. E. B. Owen Carlton, Reston, and Saint Michael: A reconsideration
pdf113Mark Bateson Cusop names in a papal document from Canterbury
pdf123Alexander R. Rumble A Bedan gloss on Bedfont, Bedwell, etc.
pdf131Joy Jenkyns Computing in name-studies: the charter bounds
pdf153Jan Gerchow Societas et Fraternitas: A report on a research project based at the Universities of Freiburg and Münster
172Anon. Two new books by German scholars: Rudiger Fuchs, Das Domesday Book und sein Umfeld... and Jan Gerchow, Die Gedenküberlieferung der Angelsachsen...
pdf173Jeffrey Spittal & John Field A new place-names bibliography
pdf178John Field Obituary. J. P. Oakden M.A., PhD, D.Litt
pdf179`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae de Nominibus Eligendis
186Cecily Clark Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twentieth Annual Study Conference 1988

Reviews

187 D. M. Palliser Kenneth Cameron, The place-names of Lincolnshire, Part I, The place-names of the County of the City of Lincoln:
188 John McNeal Dodgson Gillis Kristensson, A Survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350: The West Midland counties:

Addenda

191Work in Progress by Anon
191Anon Work in Progress
192C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography

Volume 11 (1987)

Articles

pdf7Cecily Clark Willelmus Rex? vel alius Willelmus?
pdf35Gillian Fellows-Jensen To divide the Danes from the Norwegians: on Scandinavian settlement in the British Isles
pdf61Doreen Waugh The Scandinavian element Staðir in Caithness, Orkney and Shetland
pdf87Ann Dornier Place-names in ‑wich: a preliminary linguistic survey
pdf99Hywel Wyn Owen English place-names and Welsh stress-patterns
pdf115Breandán S. Mac Aodha The element Ath/Ford in Irish place-names
pdf123Breandán S. Mac Aodha Mercator's Map of Ireland as a source for mountain-names
pdf131John Kerr Atholl Shieling Names
pdf145T. S. Ó Máille Venta, Gwenta, Finn, Guen
153Cecily Clark Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Nineteenth Annual Conference 1987
pdf155`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Onomasticae IV

Reviews

166 Barrie Cox Gordon Copley: Archaeology and place-names in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries
170 N. J. Higham Della Hooke (ed.): Medieval Villages: A Review of Current Work
172 Peter McClure D. J. Stagg (ed.): A calendar of New Forest documents, the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries
173 Thorlac Turville-Petre R. W. V. Elliott: The Gawain Country
175 W. F. H. Nicolaisen George R. Stewart: A Concise Dictionary of American place-names
177 Doreen Waugh J. Sandnes & O. Stemshaug (eds): Personnamn i Stadnamn
180 Lindsay J. Macgregor Ann-Christin Mattisson: Medeltida nordiska borg- och satesgårdsnamn på -holm
181 Niels Lund Thorsten Andersson (ed.): Nordiska Namnstudier: Festskrift til Harry Ståhl 22 September 1985
183 Veronica Smart Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges (eds): The Oxford Minidictionary of First Names
184 Cecily Clark Anon.: Nouvelle Revue d'Onomastique: I/II 1983, III/IV 1984, V/VI 1985 VII/VIII 1986
185 Cecily Clark Anon.: Huguenot and Walloon Gazette I, iii

Addenda

186C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography
204Anon. Work in Progress
206Notabilia and Personalia by Anon.
206Anon. Notabilia and Personalia
212Additional Standard Abbreviations: Mainly Scottish. Supplement to `Notes for Contributors', by Anon.
212Anon. Additional Standard Abbreviations: Mainly Scottish. Supplement to `Notes for Contributors'
214The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland by Anon.
214Anon. The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland

Volume 10 (1986)

Articles

4A. L. F. Rivet Obituary: Joan Stevens
pdf5Richard Coates Mendip
pdf11Denise Kenyon The antiquity of hām place-names in Lancashire and Cheshire
pdf29Breandán S. Mac Aodha Children's burial grounds in Ireland, with particular reference to Co. Galway
39Cecily Clark Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Eighteenth Annual Conference 1986
pdf41Frank Thorn The identification of Domesday Places in the South-Western counties of England
pdf61John Freeman Some place-names of Archenfield and the Golden Valley recorded in the Balliol Herefordshire Domesday
pdf79Jennifer Scherr Names of springs and wells in Somerset
pdf93F. M. Griffith Burh and beorg in Devon
pdf105Bernard Tanguy Open-fields and enclosures in Brittany during the last thousand years: a synchronic and diachronic study of their name-elements
pdf121Prys Morgan The rise of Welsh hereditary surnames
pdf137Margaret Camsell Devon locative surnames in the fourteenth century
pdf162Fran Colman Numismatic evidence for onomastics: a review of Anthony Freeman, The Moneyer and the Mint in the Reign of Edward the Confessor, 1042–1066
pdf169John Insley Toponymy and Settlement in the North-West: a review of Gillian Fellows-Jensen Scandinavian Settlement Names in the North-West

Reviews

177 Alexander R. Rumble Della Hooke: The Landscape of Anglo-Saxon Staffordshire: The Charter Evidence
180 Cecily Clark G. W. Lasker, with A. J. Boyce, B. Brush & C. G. N. Mascie-Taylor: Surnames and Genetic Structure
184 Ian A. Fraser Breandán Ó Cíobháin: Toponomia Hiberniae: Placenames of Ireland, Vols I-IV

Addenda

186C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography
204Anon. Work in Progress
205Anon. Notabilia and Personalia
210Notes for Contributors, by Anon.
210Anon. Notes for Contributors
216The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, by Anon.
216Anon. The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland
217Review of T. J. Morgan and Prys Morgan, Welsh Surnames by Hywel Wyn Owen
217Hywel Wyn Owen Review of T. J. Morgan and Prys Morgan, Welsh Surnames

Volume 9 (1985)

Articles

pdf3Ann Cole Topography, hydrology and place-names in the chalklands of southern England: funta, ǣwiell and ǣwielm
pdf21Karl Inge Sandred From the King's retainers to unfree peasants: some reflexes of Anglian social-class groups in Norfolk place-names
pdf31Gillian Fellows-Jensen On the identification of Domesday tenants in Lincolnshire
pdf41John McNeal Dodgson Some Domesday personal-names, mainly post-conquest
pdf53Cecily Clark The Liber Vitae of Thorney Abbey and its `catchment area'
pdf73George Redmonds Personal names and surnames in some West Yorkshire `royds'
pdf81O. J. Padel Cornish surnames in 1327
pdf89R. L. Thomson Manx surnames
pdf93Torben Kisbye The Ossianic names - a contribution to the history of Celtic personal names in Scandinavia
pdf103Victor Watts Settlements and topography: a review of Margaret Gelling: Place-names in the Landscape

Reviews

108 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Thorsten Andersson: Västsverige för tusen år sedan. Gammal territoriell indelning i ortnamnsbelysning
109 Richard Coates Martin G. Welch: Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex
112 Julia Smith Margaret Faull (ed.): Studies in Late Anglo-Saxon Settlement
115 A. D. Mills Richard Coates: The Linguistic History of Early Sussex: the place-name Evidence
117 O. J. Padel David N. Dumville (ed.): The Historia Brittonum, vol. 3, The `Vatican' Recension
119 R. L. Thomson Adam Watson & Elizabeth Allan: The Place Names of Upper Deeside
121 Derek Keene Dorothy M. Owen (ed.): The Making of King's Lynn: a Documentary Survey
125 C. M. Carnes John S. Moore (ed.): Domesday Book: 15, Gloucestershire

Addenda

140Anon. Note on the Council's Essay Prize
141C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography
153Anon. Work in Progress
154Anon. Notabilia and Personalia
157Anon. Acknowledgements
158Anon. The Council for Name Studies

Volume 8 (1984)

Articles

3T. S. Ó Máille Obituary: Deirdre Flanagan
4Margaret Gelling Obituary: J. E. B. Gover
5Peter McClure The Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, 1984
pdf6Adam Watson, Elizabeth Allan & Ian A. Fraser A study of the place-names of Upper Deeside
pdf15Doreen Waugh Caithness place-names
pdf29Gillian Fellows-Jensen Place-names and settlements: some problems of dating as exemplified by place-names in ‑by
pdf41Alexander R. Rumble The status of written sources in English onomastics
pdf57Brian Ó Cuív The family of Ó Gnímh in Ireland and Scotland: a look at the sources
pdf72Lance J. Bronnenkant Place-names and Anglo-Saxon paganism
pdf73Richard Coates Coldharbour - for the last time?
pdf79Breandán S. Mac Aodha An untapped source for Irish place-names
pdf83Aidan MacDonald The church names in Adamnán's life of Columba
pdf85`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Onomasticae [I]
pdf96Peter McClure A new dictionary of first names: a review of Leslie Dunkling and William Gosling: Everyman's Dictionary of First Names

Reviews

101 Margaret Gelling Nils Wrander: English place-names in the Dative Plural
102 Margaret L. Faull K. Rutherford Davis: Britons and Saxons: the Chiltern Region, 400-700
105 John Field Adrian Room: A Concise Dictionary of Modern place-names in Great Britain and Ireland
108 John McN. Dodgson Klaus Forster: A Pronouncing Dictionary of English place-names...
111 John McN. Dodgson G. E. Pointon: BBC Pronouncing Dictionary of British Names
114 Cecily Clark Charles de Beaurepaire: Dictionnaire topographique du département de Seine- Maritime comprenant les noms de lieux
116 Cecily Clark Mary Lassiter, Our Names, Our Selves: the Meaning of Names in Everyday Life:
118 Brian Ó Cuív Donnchadh Ó Corráin & Fidelma Maguire: Gaelic Personal Names

Addenda

121C. Clark and M. Bateson Bibliography
134Work in Progress by Anon.
134Anon. Work in Progress
136Anon. Notabilia and Personalia
139Anon. Acknowledgements
140The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, by Anon.
140Anon. The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland

Volume 7 (1983)

Articles

3W. F. H. Nicolaisen Obituary: Henri Draye [1911—1983]
3P[eter] McC[lure] Obituary: Michael Dolley [1925—1983]
22Peter McClure The Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland
pdf23Pádraig Ó Riain Irish saints' genealogies
pdf31Deirdre Flanagan Some less frequently attested Irish place-names elements of archaeological interest
pdf35V. E. Watts Medieval fisheries in the Wear, Tyne and Tweed: the place-name evidence
pdf46Fran Colman Abstract of thesis: A philological study of the moneyers' names on coins of Edward the Confessor
pdf47Michael Dolley Toponymic surnames and the pattern of pre-1830 English immigration into the Isle of Man [with an Afterword by Peter McClure]
pdf65Cecily Clark The early personal names of King's Lynn: an essay in socio-cultural history, part II: by-names
pdf91Veronica Smart Variation between Æthel- and Ægel- as a name-element on coins
pdf97E. F. M. Prince Coal-mining names in the north-east of England
pdf102Peter McClure The ME occupational term Ringere
pdf103`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Anthroponymicae IV

Reviews

117 Fran Colman Veronica Smart: Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles: 28: Cumulative Index of Volumes 1-20
121 M. L. Faull R. W. Morris: Yorkshire Through Place Names
125 Cecily Clark Basil Cottle: Names
128 Gillian Fellows-Jensen Thorsten Andersson & Sölve Göransson (eds): Åldre territoriell indelning i Sverige
131 Peter McClure Alexander R. Rumble (ed.): The Dorset Lay Subsidy Roll of 1327
134 Basil Cottle Leslie Alan Dunkling: The Guinness Book of Names
137 Cecily Clark Rosie Boycott, Batty, Bloomers and Boycott: A Little Etymology of Eponymous Words
139 A. L. F. Rivet Adrian Room: Room's Classical Dictionary...
141 Peter McClure George Stewart: American Given Names
144 Alexander R. Rumble M. L. Faull (ed.): Medieval Manorial Records

Addenda

145Anon. The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland
145Acknowledgements, by Anon.
145Anon. Acknowledgements

Volume 6 (1982)

Articles

pdf2C.C. Obituary: Dorothy Whitelock
pdf17Peter McClure The Fourteenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies
pdf18O. J. Padel Cornwall as a border area
pdf23Ian A. Fraser The Scottish border - an onomastic assessment
pdf31Margaret Gelling The ‑inghope names of the Welsh Marches
pdf37W. F. H. Nicolaisen `Old European' names in Britain
pdf43`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Anthroponymicae III
pdf51Cecily Clark The early personal names of King's Lynn: an essay in socio-cultural history, part I: baptismal names
pdf73Ann Cole Topography, hydrology, and place-names in the chalklands of Southern England: cumb and denu
88Ordnance Survey Toponymic guidelines for cartography in Great Britain
pdf92Peter McClure The origin of the surname Waterer
pdf93John Insley Lancashire surnames, a review of Richard McKinley: The Surnames of Lancashire

Reviews

99 Cecily Clark Gerard Taverdet (ed.): L'Onomastique, témoin des langues disparues: Actes du Colloque d'Onomastique romane de Dijon 27-30 mai 1981
101 Cecily Clark Adrian Room: Naming Names: Stories of Pseudonyms and Name Changes, with a Who's Who and idem, Dictionary of Trade Name Origins
106 Alexander R. Rumble Adrian Room: Place-name changes since 1900...
108 Alexander R. Rumble David Hill: An atlas of Anglo-Saxon England
111 J. D. Hamshere Della Hooke: Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands: the charter evidence
113 O. J. Padel Breandán S. Mac Aodha (ed.): Topothesia: Essays in Honour of T. S. Ó Máille

Addenda

116Anon. Acknowledgements

Volume 5 (1981)

Articles

pdf2Peter McClure Obituaries: M. T. Löfvenberg [1907—1981] and G. B. Adams
19Peter McClure The Thirteenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, 1981
pdf20Alan Binns Hull fishermen's place-names
pdf29Richard Coates On cumb and denu in place-names of the English south-east
pdf39Margaret Gelling On looking into Smith's Elements
pdf47Hywel Wyn Owen English and Welsh place-names in three lordships of Flintshire
pdf57Doris Jones-Baker Nicknaming in the popular nomenclature of English places
pdf63Peter McClure Nicknames and petnames: linguistic forms and social contexts
pdf77`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Anthroponymicae II
pdf80Jay Ames Appendix: The nicknames of Jay Ames
pdf83Cecily Clark Nickname-creation: some sources of evidence, `naive' memoirs especially
pdf94Cecily Clark The Middle English nickname Kepeharm
pdf95Peter McClure The interpretation of Middle English Nicknames. a review of Jan Jönsjö: Studies on Middle English Nicknames. 1, Compounds

Reviews

105 Margaret Gelling A. L. F. Rivet & Colin Smith: The place-names of Roman Britain
108 V. E. Watts John Field: Place-names of Great Britain and Ireland
110 Jennifer Scherr John Field: Place-names of Greater London
113 Alexander R. Rumble C. Stella Davies & John Levitt: What's in a Name?
115 John Field H. D. G. Foxall: Shropshire Field-Names
117 John Insley Gisela Ruckdeschel: Studien zur sekundären Motivation bei englischen Familiennamen
121 Peter McClure Jane Morgan, Christopher O'Neill & Rom HarreĢ: Nicknames, their origins and social consequences
124 Peter McClure Leslie Alan Dunkling: Scottish Christian Names: an A-Z of First Names
126 Brian Ó Cuív Ronan Coghlan: Irish Christian Names

Addenda

127Anon. Other works received
127Anon. Books received for review
128Anon. Acknowledgements

Volume 4 (1980)

Articles

pdf14`Souris' [Cecily Clark] Nugae Anthroponymicae [I]
pdf19A. L. F. Rivet Celtic Names and Roman Places
pdf21M. L. Faull Place-names and the kingdom of Elmet
pdf24Joan Stevens Jersey place-names
pdf27Colin Smith The survival of Romano-British toponymy
pdf41Deirdre Flanagan Place-names in early Irish documentation: structure and composition
pdf46G. B. Adams Place-names from pre-Celtic languages in Ireland and Britain
pdf64Gisela Ruckdeschel Secondary motivation in English family names
pdf67Gillian Fellows Jensen Common Gaelic Áirge, Old Scandinavian Ǽrgi or Erg?
pdf75M. J. Swanton Middle English `Leteworthi': an unnoticed tenement-descriptor
pdf78Klaus Forster Reflections on a reverse dictionary of English place-names

Reviews

79 M. Gelling Gillian Fellows Jensen: Scandinavian Settlement Names in the East Midlands
84 Margaret Gelling Walter Piroth: Ortsnamenstudien zur angelsachsischen Wanderung: Ein Vergleich von -ingas, -inga- Namen in England mit ihren Entsprechungen auf dem europaischen Festland
86 J. McN. Dodgson Thorsten Andersson & Karl Inge Sandred (eds): The Vikings. Proceedings of the Symposium of the Faculty of Arts of Uppsala University June 6-9 1977
88 Cecily Clark P. H. Reaney: The Origin of English Surnames
91 Cecily Clark M. Mulon, et alii (eds): Dialectologie et onomastique: actes d'un colloque tenu à Loches mai 1978
92 G. B. Adams Edward MacLysaght: The Surnames of Ireland
94 Ian A. Fraser David Dorward: Scottish Surnames and [idem] Scotland's place-names
102 G. Fellows Jensen Ðórhallur Vilmundarson (ed.): Grímnir. Rit um nafnfræði, I
104 Owen Knowles Elizabeth Rajec: The Study of Names in Literature: a Bibliography

Addenda

105Anon. Books received for review
106Anon. Acknowledgements

Volume 3 (1979)

Articles

pdf13Cecily Clark Clark's first three laws of applied anthroponymics
pdf20Veronica Smart Moneyers' names on the Anglo-Saxon coinage
pdf29W. F. H. Nicolaisen Literary names as text: personal names in Sir Walter Scott's Waverley
pdf40Brian Ó Cuív Borrowed elements in the corpus of Irish personal names from medieval times
pdf52John Insley Regional variation in Scandinavian personal nomenclature in England
pdf61Torben Kisbye A thousand years of English influence on Danish masculine nomenclature
pdf78H. T. J. Miedema Anglo-Frisian relations and the map of breg and (h)reg, especially in English, Dutch and Frisian place names
pdf81G. B. Adams Prolegomena to the study of surnames in Ireland
pdf95Alan Everitt Place-names and pays: the Kentish evidence

Reviews

113 Cecily Clark Richard McKinley: The Surnames of Oxfordshire
115 W. F. H. Nicolaisen E. G. Withycombe: The Oxford Dictionary of English Christian Names and Leslie Alan Dunkling, First Names First
117 Richard McKinley K. Forster: Englische Familiennamen aus Ortsnamen

Addenda

118Anon. Books received for review

Volume 2 (1978)

Articles

13Anon. Papers from the Tenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland
pdf14Gillian Fellows Jensen Topography, toponymy and topographical toponyms
pdf20Della Hooke Research in progress into the Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands
pdf22Tim Unwin Some perspectives on the place-name evidence for Nottinghamshire's early settlement
pdf26M. L. Faull Place-names and the historic landscape
pdf27Bedwyr Lewis Jones & Tomos Roberts The coastal toponyms of Anglesey
pdf30V. E. Watts The earliest Anglian names in Durham
pdf34B. K. Roberts Site and situation: a discussion
pdf38Cecily Clark Thoughts on the French connections of Middle-English nicknames
pdf45G. Brendan Adams Prolegomena to the study of Irish place-names

Reviews

61 Alexander Rumble Margaret Gelling: Signposts to the Past: Place-names in the history of England
62 J. McN. Dodgson Fran. C. Chalfant: Ben Jonson's London...
64 J. McN. Dodgson J. Wittich: Discovering London Street Names
64 Cecily Clark Marianne Mulon: L'Onomastique française...
65 O. J. Padel V. D. Belenkaya: Ocherki Angloyazychnoy Toponimiki

Addenda

69Anon. Books received for review
70Anon. Acknowledgements

Volume 1 (1977)

Articles

pdf23Klaus Forster English family-names from places in England
pdf27Walter Piroth Studies in place-names and Anglo-Saxon migration: a comparison of ‑ingas, ‑inga- names in England with their parallels on the European mainland
pdf32John Field Dacus=`Dane' in English place-names
pdf34Klaus Forster The pronunciation of English place-names
pdf35George Broderick Collecting place-names in Arran
pdf37Ian Fraser The onomastician afield

Reviews

44 Ian Fraser W. F. H. Nicolaisen: Scottish place-names
44 Peter McClure Oliver Mason: Bartholomew's Gazetteer of Britain
45 Peter McClure P. H. Reaney: A Dictionary of British Surnames
46 Peter McClure Richard McKinley: Norfolk and Suffolk Surnames in the Middle Ages

Addenda

48 Advertisement for Toponomia Hiberniae
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