Definition of Toponymies
1. toponymy [n] - See also: toponymy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toponymies
Literary usage of Toponymies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt by Leigh Hunt (1862)
"Some better word might surely have been found among all the pretty Scottish toponymies. I would even have rather had it Italianized (inter amicos) into ..."
2. Settlement and Land Use in Micheldever Hundred, Hampshire, 700-1100 by Eric C. Klingelhöfer (1991)
"Similarly, settlement studies, and the contributory disciplines of historical geography, archaeology, and toponymies produce data on the physical location ..."
3. Asian Review by East India Association (London, England) (1901)
"... survive in the region of the Kra Isthmus in toponymies like Lang-khia or Lan-gya (the Lan-ya or Len-ya of maps and of the British Burma Gazetteer); ..."
4. Cornish Notes & Queries: (first Series) by Cornish Telegraph, Peter Penn (1906)
"toponymies, ie, personal names derived from the place where a particular ancestor lived, such as Polking- horne, Penrose, ..."