Anthroponymy

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Anthroponomastics (or anthroponymy) is the study of the names of human beings.wikipedia
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Personal name

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Anthroponomastics (or anthroponymy) is the study of the names of human beings.
The academic study of personal names is called anthroponymy.

Onomastics

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The study of anthroponyms (from Ancient Greek ἄνθρωπος anthrōpos, 'human' and ὄνομα onoma, 'name') is a branch of onomastics.
Anthroponomastics is the study of personal names.

Ancient Greek personal names

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Ancient Greek personal names
The study of ancient Greek personal names is a branch of onomastics, the study of names, and more specifically of anthroponomastics, the study of names of persons.

-onym

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Suffix onym
anthroponym: a name of a human being; as reflected in surnames or proper names of people

Human

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Anthroponomastics (or anthroponymy) is the study of the names of human beings.

Ancient Greek

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The study of anthroponyms (from Ancient Greek ἄνθρωπος anthrōpos, 'human' and ὄνομα onoma, 'name') is a branch of onomastics.

Surname

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Surnames

Clan

Matronymic

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Matronyms

Teknonymy

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Teknonyms

Nickname

Demonym

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Demonyms

Ethnonym

List of people with reduplicated names

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The process of anthroponymy, or naming people, is frequently creative, and provides examples of this.

Lambert (name)

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It is from the Low German form of the anthroponymic name Landberht from the Old High German land "(home) land" and beraht "bright".

Namespace

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As an analogy, consider a system of naming of people where each person has a proper name, as well as a family name shared with their relatives.

Alexander

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The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek feminine anthroponym 𐀀𐀩𐀏𐀭𐀅𐀨, a-re-ka-sa-da-ra (transcribed as Alexandra), written in the Linear B syllabic script.

Portuguese name

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The Acordo Ortográfico ("Orthographic Agreement"), valid in Brazil and Portugal, states on Section XI (Proper Nouns): Os nomes próprios personativos, locativos e de qualquer natureza, sendo portugueses ou aportuguesados, serão sujeitos às mesmas regras estabelecidas para os nomes comuns. ("Anthroponymic and toponymic proper nouns, if Portuguese or incorporated to the Portuguese language, are subject to the same spelling rules established to regular nouns.").

Cetriporis

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Cetriporis (Κετρίπορις, an anthroponym from the Thracian language ) was a king of the Odrysian kingdom in western Thrace from c. 352 BC, in succession to his father Berisades, with whom he may already have been a co-ruler.

English terms with diacritical marks

diacritics native to Modern English
In representing European personal names, anthroponyms, and place names, toponyms, the following are often encountered:

Pictish language

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Virtually no direct attestations of Pictish remain, short of a limited number of geographical and personal names found on monuments and the contemporary records in the area controlled by the Kingdom of the Picts.