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Nomina - tables of contents


The official Nomina webpage is now here. This page is merely a back-up copy.

Nomina - tables of contents

Prepared by Keith Briggs. The journal homepage is here, but only has incomplete tables of contents without page numbers, and with no bibtex files. I am grateful to Shaun Tyas, who provided an .rtf file which I used as my starting point. I have completely reformatted the data and done an independent check against the printed journals. I also made the bibtex file, and the complete typeset Nomina bibliography as a pdf file, sorted by author (done with LaTeX and bibtex as described below).

See also here for similar bibliographic materials for the Journal of the English Place-name Society.

Bibtex: also included is a bibtex file (automatically generated from the html), for citing articles from Nomina when writing documents with LaTeX. See here for more information on bibtex. To use this: (1) save Nomina.bib; (2) in your LaTeX document include the command \bibliography{Nomina}; (3) make citations thus: see \cite{Nomina-30-Coates-Shoreditch}. This will automatically add the correct entry to your bibliography.

If you must use Microsoft Word, the bibtex file can still be used with BibTex4Word.

Note: Internet Explorer produces a bad layout with the html tables I want to use. I have put in a workaround for the time being - I force the page-number column to have a width of 10%. This is deprecated by the html standard. Please switch to firefox to avoid this IE bug. When the whole world has switched to firefox, I will remove the workaround.


Volume 35 (2012)

Articles

Wulfnoð, Olaf and the Domesday scribes Duncan Probert1-19
`Especiall vertues': abstract qualities and women's names in England, 1540–1850 Gwyneth Nair & Jennifer Scherr21-47
A toponomastic contribution to the linguistic prehistory of the British Isles Richard Coates49-102
Ælfric of Eynsham, Pucklechurch, and evidence for fallow deer in Anglo-Saxon England Carole Hough103-130
The politics of naming warships Kenneth Fraser131-140
Two thirteenth-century by-names: Fukkebotere and Smalfuk Keith Briggs141-142
Conference report: Canterbury 2011 P.R.K.145-147
Conference report: Athenry 2012 P.R.K.149-151

Reviews

Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus The Place-Names of Fife, volume 3, St Andrews and the East Neuk Kay Muhr153-155
Bruce Durie Welsh Genealogy Prys Morgan156-160

Addenda

Bibliography for 2011 Carole Hough161-172


Volume 34 (2011)

Articles

Football crazy? Place-names and football club-names in British sign language Rachel Sutton-Spence and Richard Coates5-25
Directions in English place-names studies: an invitation to debate, with a case study of Salford Quays Margaret Scott and Andrew Clark27-50
Testing the Gelling hypothesis: Old English hill-terms in the place-names of Northumberland and County Durham Terhi Nurminen51-90
On the moneyers' names Buga and Boia on Anglo-Saxon coins Fran Colman91-120
Naming patterns in the 16th/17th century: Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire Alice Crook121-132
The place-name Beggars Bush Neil Howlett133-145
Adrian Room (1933–2011) Shaun Tyas145-147

Reviews

Debbie Kennett The surnames handbook: a guide to family name research in the 21st century David Parkin149-151
George Redmonds, Turi King, and David Hey Surnames, DNA, and family history Simon Draper151-152
Lennart Elmevik and Svante Strandberg (eds.) Probleme der Rekonstruktion untergangener Wörter aus alten Eigennamen. Akten eines internationalen Symposiums in Uppsala 7–9 April 2010 Carole Hough154-157
Simon Taylor with Gilbert Márkus The place-names of Fife, volume 2: Central Fife between the Rivers Leven and Eden Alison Burns157-161

Addenda

Bibliography for 2010 Carole Hough163-175


Volume 33 (2010)

Articles

Medievalism in British and Irish business names Shaun Tyas5-26
The name-type Maid(en)well Carole Hough27-44
Unofficial place-names in nineteenth- and twentieth-century South Lancashire Alan G. Crosby45-64
A slippery customer: proto-Indo-European *(s)lei and its progeny in some place-names in Britain Alan G. James65-86
Scarborough revisited Diana Whaley87-100
Distinctive additions in English settlement names: a cognitive linguistic approach Andrea Bölcskei101-120
Maidenburgh, Geoffrey of Wells and Rabanus Maurus Keith Briggs121-128
Issues in developing a chronology for Norse and Gaelic place-names in the Hebrides Richard A. G. Cox129-138
Hidden gates Richard Coates139-168
Conference report: Carmarthen 2010 P.R.K.169-171

Reviews

Ludger Kremer and Eike Ronneberger-Sibold (eds) Names in commerce industry: past and present Shaun Tyas173-178
Birgit Eggert, Bente Holmberg, and Bent Jørgensen (eds) Nordiske navnes centralitet og regionalitet Gillian Fellows-Jensen178-183
Peter Bierbaumer and Helmut W. Klug (eds) Old names — new growth. Proceedings of the 2nd ASPNS [Anglo-Saxon Plant-Name Survey] Conference, Graz 2007 Carole Hough183-187
O. J. Padel and David Parsons (eds) A commodity of good names: essays in honour of Margaret Gelling Margaret Scott187-191

Addenda

Bibliography for 2009 Carole Hough193-208
Errata slip for Table 3 in Keith Briggs, The distribution of distance of certain place-name types to Roman roads (Nomina 32, 43-57) 0-0


Volume 32 (2009)

Articles

Place-name losses and changes - a study in Peeblesshire: a comparative study of hill-names and other toponyms Peter Drummond5-17
Sliabh in Irish place-names Paul Tempan19-41
The distribution of distance of certain place-name types to Roman roads Keith Briggs43-57
Pompey as the nickname for Portsmouth Richard Coates59-73
Oil and gas field names in the central and northern sectors of the North Sea: their provenance, cultural influence, longevity and onshore migration Sheila Young75-112
Economic Migrants? Continental moneyers' names on the tenth-century English coinage Veronica Smart113-156
Conference report: Falmouth 2009 P.R.K.157-158

Obituaries

Margaret Gelling (1924–2009) Ann Cole159-162
Karl Inge Sandred (1925–2008) Richard Coates162-164

Reviews

S. Taylor (ed.) The Journal of Scottish Name-Studies vol.1 Carole Hough165-167
Owen and Morgan Dictionary of the place-names of Wales Andrew Breeze167-169
Cavill and Broderick (eds.) Language contact in the place-names of Britian and Ireland Alison Grant170-172
Rollason and Rollason (eds.) The Durham liber vitae Oliver Padel172-181
Dave Postles The North through its names George Redmonds181-184
Carroll and Parsons (eds.) Anglo-Saxon mint-names 1; Colman, Sylloge of coins of the British Isles 54 Veronica Smart184-186
Victor Watts The place-names of County Durham, part 1 Simon Taylor186-193

Addenda

Bibliography for 2008 Carole Hough195-207


Volume 31 (2008)

Articles

Reaney & Wilson redux: An analysis and comparison with major English surname data sets D. K. Tucker5-44
Women in the landscape: place-name evidence for women in north-west England Carole Hough45-66
-ingas and the mid-seventh-century diocese Gavin Smith67-87
On names in literature W. F. H. Nicolaisen89-98
Review article: Broderick, placenames of the Isle of Man Richard A. V. Cox99-119
Conference report: Edinburgh 2008 P.R.K.121-123
Report on the 2nd International Aleksandras Vanagas Conference: Vilnius 2007 C. P. Lewis125-126

Reviews

Eldblad, Allard, Sundström and Brylla Sveriges medeltida personnamn, Häfte 15 Ingeborgh-Iogærth V. Smart127-128
Taylor with Márkus The Place-Names of Fife volume 1, West Fife between Leven and Forth C. Hough128-133
Scarfe Suffolk in the Middle Ages M. Gelling133-134
Crosby Of names and Places: selected writings of Mary Higham M. Atkin134-138
Entzenberg "Det får ju vara någon ordning på torpet!". Svenska personnamnsregler i ett historiskt perspektiv G. Fellows-Jensen138-143
Anderson The Grammar of Names C. Hough143-147
Higham Britons in Anglo-Saxon England J. Briggs148-153
Koch, Karl, Minard and Ó Faoláin An Atlas for Celtic Studies: Archaeology and Names in Ancient Europe and Early Medieval Ireland, Britain, and Brittany A. Breeze153-156

Addenda

Bibliography for 2007 Carole Hough157-174


Volume 30 (2007)

Articles

Surname distribution prints from the GB 1998 Electoral Roll compared with those from other surnames distributions D. K. Tucker5-22
Shoreditch and Car Dyke: two allusions to Romano-British built features in later names containing OE dīc, with reflections on variable place-name structure Richard Coates23-33
Community bynames in the Western Isles Ellen Bramwell35-56
The tardy adoption of the Plantagenet surname John S. Plant57-84
Southern Scottish hill generics: testing the Gelling and Cole hypothesis Peter Drummond85-99
Commonplace place-names Carole Hough101-120
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Sixteenth Annual Study Conference P.R.K.121-123

Reviews

Patrick Sims-Williams Ancient Celtic place-names in Europe and Asia Minor D. Ellis Evans125-126
Peder Gammeltoft, Carole Hough and Doreen Waugh (eds) Cultural Contacts in the North Atlantic Region: the Evidence of Names Ian Tait126-130
Diana Whaley A Dictionary of Lake District place-names Anthony Ellwood131-132
Peder Gammeltoft and Bent Jorgensen (eds) Names Through the Looking-Glass. Festschrift in Honour of Gillian Fellows-Jensen July 5th 2006 Carole Hough133-136
Ernst Eichler, Inge Bily, Bärbel Breitfeld and Manuela Züfle (eds) Atlas Altsorbischer Ortsnamentypen... W. F. H. Nicolaisen137-140
Richard Morgan Place-names of Gwent Gwynedd O. Pierce140-143
George Broderick A Dictionary of Manx place-names Ian A. Fraser143-145
Stan Beckensall Place Names and Field Names of Northumberland Diana Whaley145-148

Addenda

Bibliography for 2006 Carole Hough149-160


Volume 29 (2006)

Articles

Maiden Castle, Geoffrey of Monmouth and Hārūn al-Rašīd Richard Coates5-60
Are there any elves in Anglo-Saxon place-names? Alaric Hall61-80
Archif Melville Richards: A place-name resource database for Wales Hywel Wyn Owen81-96
The distribution of surnames in Wales John and Sheila Rowlands97-113
Previck and Leckprivick: Onomastic connections in South-West Scotland Margaret Scott115-128
Ludgate Richard Coates129-132
Review Article [Proceedings of the 21st International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, Uppsala, August 19-24, 2002] Fran Colman133-145
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fifteenth Annual Study Conference: Bristol 2006 P.R.K.147-149
Mary Higham (1935–2005) Jennifer Scherr151-153

Reviews

David N. Parsons The vocabulary of English place-names ceaforcock-pit Margaret Gelling155-157
Barrie Cox The place-names of Leicestershire, Part 3 Margaret Gelling157-159
Patrick McKay The place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 8 Ian A. Fraser159-160
Egon Felder Die Personennamen auf den merowingischen Münzen der Bibliothèque Nationale de France Fran Colman161-164
Barrie Cox A Dictionary of Leicestershire and Rutland place-names Carole Hough164-166

Addenda

Bibliography for 2005 Carole Hough167-184


Volume 28 (2005)

Articles

The kinship of Jack: II, pet-forms of Middle English personal names with the suffixes -cock and -cus Peter McClure5-42
The rise of Christian names in the thirteenth century: a case study of the English nobility David Morris43-54
`Lochy' names and Adomnán's Nigra Dea Jacob King69-91
Summer landscapes: investigating Scottish topographical place-names Stella Pratt93-114
Modern methods and a controversial surname: Plant John S. Plant115-133
Review Article: Gillis Kristensson, A survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350: the southern counties I. Vowels (except diphthongs), II. Diphthongs and consonants Peter Kitson135-156
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fourteenth Annual Study Conference: Swansea 2005 P.R.K.157-159

Reviews

Richard A. V. Cox The Gaelic place-names of Carloway, Isle of Lewis: their Structure and Significance Dauvit Broun161-163
Mats Wahlberg (ed.) Svenskt ortnamns-lexicon Doreen Waugh163-165
Graham Jones (ed.) Saints of Europe. Studies towards a Survey of Cults and Culture Samantha Riches165-168
Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa, Edhina Ekogidho Names as Links: The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia Richard Coates169-172
Alexander McCall Smith Portuguese Irregular Verbs; At the Villa of Reduced Circumstances; The Finer Points of Sausage Dogs Mary C. Higham172-173

Addenda

Bibliography for 2004 Carole Hough175-192
Work in Progress [anon.] 191


Volume 27 (2004)

Articles

The forenames and surnames from the GB 1998 Electoral Roll compared with those from the UK 1881 census Ken Tucker5-40
Negotiating bynames David Postles41-70
*Lanum and Lugudunum: full lune, and light on an unkempt wraith John Garth Wilkinson71-89
What happened to the UK 1881 census surnames by 1997 Ken Tucker91-118
Land Drainage Records: A Source for Name Studies in East Lincolnshire Arthur Owen119-125
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Thirteenth annual study conference: Cambridge 2004 P.R.K.127-128

Obituaries

Gordon Anderson (1922–2004) O. J. Padel129-131
Peter Wilkinson (1925–2003) David Hey132

Reviews

Victor Watts (ed.) The Cambridge Dictionary of English place-names Carole Hough133-142
Svavar Sigmundsson (ed.) Kristendommens indflydelse på nordisk navngivning Gillian Fellows-Jensen142-147
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 Alan James147-150
Adrian Room The Penguin Dictionary of British Place Names W. F. H. Nicolaisen150-155
Richard R. Randall Place Names: How They Define the World - and More W. F. H. Nicolaisen156-157
Patrick Sims-Williams The Celtic Inscriptions of Britain. Phonology and Chronology, c.400–1200 Elisabeth Okasha158-160
A. D. Mills A Dictionary of London Place Names Paul Cullen160-164
Gwynedd O. Pierce Place-names in Glamorgan Meredith Cane164-165

Addenda

Bibliography for 2003 Carole Hough167-179
Work in Progress Anon.181-183


Volume 26 (2003)

Articles

Elslack-Olenacum: an onomastic relic of pre-Roman Britain? Anthony R. Rowley5-14
Maughold of Man Eilis Fitzsimons15-28
Some place-names from the Old Scatness Project, Shetland Doreen Waugh29-41
`I sauh a tour on a toft, tryelyche i-maket', part two: on place-names in -toft in England Peder Gammeltoft43-63
Ingestre, Staffordshire David Horovitz, Richard Coates and Stephen Potter65-82
Onomastic uses of the term `white' Carole Hough83-92
The kinship of Jack: I, pet-forms of Middle English personal names with the suffixes -kin, -ke, -man and -cot Peter McClure93-117
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Twelfth Annual Study Conference: Shetland 2003 Anon.119-127

Obituaries

Basil Megaw (1913–2002) Ian A. Fraser128
Victor Watts (1938–2002) Carole Hough129-130

Reviews

John Higgitt, Katherine Forsyth and David N. Parsons (eds) Roman, Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent Doreen J. Waugh131-133
H. S. A. Fox and O. J. Padel (eds) The Cornish Lands of the Arundells of Lanherne, Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries David N. Parsons133-134
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 Gillian Fellows-Jensen134-137
Barbara E. Crawford (ed.) The Papar in the North Atlantic, Environment and History Veronica Smart137-138
Sylvia Laverton Shotley Peninsula. The Making of a Unique Suffolk Landscape Graham Collis138-140
G. R. Isaac The Antonine Itinerary Land Routes. place-names of Ancient Europe and Asia Minor Carole Hough140-142

Addenda

Bibliography for 2002 Carole Hough143-156
Work in Progress Anon.157-159


Volume 25 (2002)

Articles

Bynames of location with the suffix -by revisited David Postles5-11
Notes on the question of the development of Old Norse bólstaðr in Hebridean nomenclature Richard A. V. Cox13-28
Anna, Dot, Thorir ... counting Domesday personal names David N. Parsons29-52
Medieval field-names in two South Durham townships Victor Watts53-64
A new approach to the inversion compounds of north-west England Alison Grant65-90
How Anglo-Saxon personal names work Peter Kitson91-131
Pitit and Litelman: an onomastic conundrum Veronica Smart133-138
Deep thoughts on the Devon, and a fresh look at the Nith John Garth Wilkinson139-145
Kilkhampton, Cornwall Andrew Breeze147-150
Kilpeck, near Hereford, and Latin pedica `snare' Andrew Breeze151-152
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Eleventh Annual Study Conference: Newcastle 2002 P.R.K.153-154

Reviews

W. F. H. Nicolaisen (ed.) Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, Aberdeen, August 4-11, 1996 Richard Coates155-165
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 Margaret Gelling165-166
Per Wikstrand Gudarnas platser: Förkristna sakrala ortnamn i Mälarlandskapen Gillian Fellows-Jensen166-168
Eva Nyman Nordiska ortnamn på -und Doreen Waugh169-170
Peder Gammeltoft the place-name element bólstaðr in the North Atlantic Area Simon Taylor171-174

Addenda

Bibliography for 2001 Carole Hough177-188
Work in Progress Anon.189-192


Volume 24 (2001)

Articles

`A change of place is a change of fortune': place-names as structuring devices in Chaim Bermant's novels W. F. H. Nicolaisen5-15
`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 Peder Gammeltoft17-32
The mystery of the -names in Man Gillian Fellows-Jensen33-46
`Gender trouble' (Judith Butler): describing English women in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries David Postles47-66
Harper's lands Mary C. Higham67-76
Trusmadoor and other Cumbrian `pass' words Diana Whaley77-95
Stirton Anthony R. Rowley97-99
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Tenth Annual Study Conference: Isle of Man 2001 P.R.K.101-102

Obituaries

John Field (1921–2000) Richard Coates103-104
Kenneth Cameron (1922–2001) Karl Inge Sandred105-106

Reviews

David Postles The Surnames of Devon Peter McClure107-110
Ian A. Fraser The place-names of Arran Simon Taylor111-115
Åse Wetås Namneskiftet Kristiania-Oslo Tom Schmidt115-117
Margaret Gelling and Ann Cole The Landscape of place-names Carole Hough118-121
Patrick McKay A Dictionary of Ulster place-names Ian Fraser122-123
Botolv Helleland and Leif Nilsson (eds) Utlandske namn i Norden Veronica Smart123-124
Simon Taylor (ed.) The Uses of place-names Carole Hough125-126

Addenda

Bibliography for 2000 Carole Hough127-140
Work in Progress Anon.141-144


Volume 23 (2000)

Articles

River and valley terms in the Book of Llandaf Joe Coe5-22
The names given to ships in fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England Malcolm Jones23-36
`Bullion' in Scottish place-names Margaret Scott37-48
Some Belfast place-names Patrick McKay49-54
Approaches to the study of English forename use John Martin Corkery55-74
Thoughts on L'Ancresse, Guernsey Richard Coates75-78
Carolside in Berwickshire and Carelholpit in Lincolnshire Carole Hough79-86
Caxton's tale of eggs and the North Foreland, Kent Andrew Breeze87-88
John Aubrey, pioneer onomast? Gillian Fellows-Jensen89-106
Why the difference? An attempt to account for the variations in the phonetic development of place-names in Old Norse bólstaðr in the Hebrides Peder Gammeltoft107-119
The Welsh mystwyr Gwynedd O. Pierce121-139
Flora Celtica-Scotland 2000 and place-names Doreen Waugh140
Old English merece `wild celery, smallage' in place-names Ann Cole, Janey Cumber and Margaret Gelling141-148
Gawain/Gwalchmai and his peers: romance heroes (and a heroine) in England, the Celtic lands, and the continent Peter Kitson149-166
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Ninth Annual Study Conference: Bangor 2000 P.R.K.167-169
Richard McKinley (1921–1999) A personal appreciation David Postles170-172
An intellectual appreciation John Insley173-174

Reviews

Hywel Wyn Owen The Place-names of East Flintshire John Freeman175-176
Lennart Elmevik and Svante Strandberg, with Eva Brylla, Mats Wahlberg and Henrik Williams Runor och Namn. Hyllningsskrift till Lena Peterson, den 27 januari 1999 Peder Gammeltoft177-181
Patrick McKay Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 4, County Antrim, I, The Baronies of Toome Ian A. Fraser182-183
Kenneth Cameron & John Insley A Dictionary of Lincolnshire place-names Carole Hough183-184
Ines Sobanski Die Eigennamen in den Detektivgeschichten Gilbert Keith Chestertons: Ein Beitrag zur Theorie und Praxis der literarischen Onomastik W. F. H. Nicolaisen185-186
Mats Wahlberg (ed.) Den nordiska namnforskningen, i går, i dag, i morgon. Handlingar från NORNAs 25:e symposium Veronica Smart187-188

Addenda

Bibliography for 1999 Carole Hough189-200
Work in Progress Anon.201-203
The Inauguration of the Council for Name Studies 1960 W. F. H. Nicolaisen205-208


Volume 22 (1999)

Articles

The definite article in Irish place-names Gregory Toner5-24
The formation of Gaelic surnames in Ireland: choosing the eponyms Diarmuid Ó Murchadha25-44
Scandinavian settlement names in East Anglia: some problems Gillian Fellows-Jensen45-60
New light from old wicks: the progeny of Latin vīcus Richard Coates75-116
`Oneself as another' and Middle English nickname bynames David Postles117-132
Simeon of Durham's annal for 756 and Govan, Scotland Andrew Breeze133-137
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Seventh Annual Study Conference: Maynooth 1998 P.R.K.139-141
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Eighth Annual Study Conference: Sheffield 1999 P.R.K.142-144

Reviews

Alexander R. Rumble and A. D. Mills Names, Places and People. An onomastic miscellany in memory of John McNeal Dodgson Carole Hough145-150
Stuart Harris The Place Names of Edinburgh. Their Origins and History W. F. H. Nicolaisen150-152
Alan Rayburn Place Names of Ontario [and] Dictionary of Canadian Place Names W. F. H. Nicolaisen153-156
Thorsten Andersson, Eva Brylla and Anita Jacobson-Widding Personnamn och social identitet Veronica Smart157-158
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 Simon Taylor159-167

Addenda

Bibliography for 1998 Carole Hough169-184
Nominal Value, VI: Jumpers Common: a Leap of Faith Ratoun185-188
Notes for Contributors Anon.189-192


Volume 21 (1998)

Articles

Onomastic luggage: variability in the onomastic landscape Richard A. V. Cox15-28
Penda's footprint? Place-names containing personal names associated with those of early Mercian kings Graham Jones29-62
The development of the Anglo-Saxon boundary clause Kathryn A. Lowe63-100
The interpretation of hypocoristic forms of Middle English baptismal names Peter McClure101-131
Whitby revisited: Bede's explanation of Streanaeshalch Tania Styles133-148
The Lancashire place-names Alkincoates and Heskin Andrew Breeze149-153
The Kent place-name Brenchley Andrew Breeze154-156
Four Devon place-names [Clyst, Countisbury, Creedy, Croyde] Andrew Breeze157-168
Review Article: Gillis Kristensson, A Survey of Middle English Dialects 1290–-1350: The East Midland counties (Lund UP, 1995), xiv + 199 pp., 16 maps. Peter Kitson169-178

Reviews

Staffan Wiklund Våtmarksord i Lulemålen. En ordgrupp sedd ur informant- och intervjuarperspektiv Doreen J. Waugh179-180
George Redmonds Surnames and Genealogy: a New Approach Peter McClure181-183
George Broderick Placenames of the Isle of Man Simon Taylor184-188
Yulian Konstantinov & Gulbrand Alhaug Names, Ethnicity, and Politics. Islamic Names in Bulgaria 1912–1992 Victor Watts188-189
Adrian Room An Alphabetical Guide to the Language of Name Studies Richard A. V. Cox189-190

Addenda

Bibliography for 1997 Carole Hough191-206
Nominal Value, V Ratoun207-208


Volume 20 (1997)

Articles

Generic-element variation, with special reference to eastern Scotland Simon Taylor5-22
Modern Scottish Gaelic reflexes of two Pictish words: *pett and *lannerc Richard A. V. Cox47-58
The names of medieval towns in Finland Marianne Blomqvist59-65
Hey, Mac! The name Maccus, tenth to fifteenth centuries David E. Thornton67-98

Reviews

Kenneth Cameron English Place Names Carole Hough99-102
Ernest Eichler, Gerold Hilty, Heinrich Löffler, Hugo Steger and Ladislav Zgusta Namenforschung/Name Studies/Les Noms propres. An International Handbook of Onomastics W. F. H. Nicolaisen103-106
John Insley Scandinavian Personal Names in Norfolk. A Survey Based on Medieval Records and place-names Karl Inge Sandred106-109
Mats Wahlberg Uppsalas Gatunamn... [and] K. Fraser and R. N. Smart, St Andrews Street-Names Veronica Smart109-111
David Dorward Scottish Surnames W. F. H. Nicolaisen111-112
Alan Rayburn Naming Canada: Stories about place-names from Canadian Geographic W. F. H. Nicolaisen112-115
Margot Ford McMillen, Paris, Tightwad, and Peculiar Missouri Place Names W. F. H. Nicolaisen115-116

Addenda

Bibliography for 1996 Carole Hough117-132
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Sixth Annual Conference: Glasgow 1997 P.R.K.133-135
Nominal Value, IV Ratoun137-143


Volume 19 (1996)

Articles

The Scandinavian element in minor names and field-names in north-east Lincolnshire Kenneth Cameron5-27
Love by toponymy: Dafydd ap Gwilym and place-names R. Geraint Gruffydd29-42
English place-names in Lap- Carole Hough43-50
Execution and Irish place-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha51-60
The names of merchants in medieval Dublin Peter McClure61-78
The distinction of gender? Women's names in the thirteenth century David Postles79-89
Anglo-Scandinavian problems in Cumbria, with particular reference to the Derwentwater area Diana Whaley91-113

Reviews

Eva Brylla (ed.) Från götarna till Noreens kor: Hyllningsskrift till Lennart Elmevik på 60-årsdagen 2 februari 1996 Carole Hough120-121
È. A. Makaev The Language of the Oldest Runic Inscriptions: a Linguistic and Historical-Philological Analysis R. I. Page122-124
Kristoffer Kruken (ed.) Slektsnamn i Norden... Dave Postles124-125
Michael Paffard A Gardener's Book of Names Robert M. M. Crawford126-127
Peter Jackson (ed.) Words, Names and History. Selected Papers of Cecily Clark Carole Hough127-130

Addenda

Bibliography for 1995 Carole Hough131-148
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fourth Annual Study Conference: Durham 1995 P.R.K.149-151
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Fifth Annual Study Conference: Nottingham 1996 P.R.K.152-154
Nominal Value, III Ratoun155-159


Volume 18 (1995)

Articles

A breath of fresh air through Finkle Street Richard Coates7-36
A desert-island history Fran Colman37-45
Agent formations in Roman British toponyms Eric P. Hamp47-51
Three Cornish place-names [Melledgan, Hanjague, Bosistow] Philip Heath-Coleman53-62
The nature of Irish pub-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha63-75
Family-entries in English Libri Vitae, c.1050 to c.1530: Part II John S. Moore77-117
Naming Welsh women Gerald Morgan119-139
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Third Annual Study Conference: Aberystwyth 1994 P.R.K.140-141

Reviews

B. G. Charles The place-names of Pembrokeshire Margaret Gelling142-144
Asbjørn Karbø and Kristoffer Kruken, Blåmann og Lykle: Norske Geitenamn Doreen J. Waugh144-145
Della Hooke Pre-Conquest Charter-Bounds of Devon and Cornwall Carole Hough145-149
E. Wallace McMullen (ed.) Names New and Old: Papers of the Names Institute W. F. H. Nicolaisen149-151

Addenda

Bibliography for 1993 Carole Hough152-166
Bibliography for 1994 Carole Hough167-177
Nominal Value, II Ratoun178-182


Volume 17 (1994)

Articles

The Anglo-Saxon traveller Ann Cole7-18
Some ghost entries in Smith's English place-name Elements Carole Hough19-30
At Sørensen's request: the formation and development of patronyms and metronyms in late medieval Leicestershire and Rutland David Postles55-70
The Smalls, Hats and Barrels: navigational and toponymic hazards W. A. R. Richardson71-97
Babbet and Bridin Pudding or polyglot Fife in the Middle Ages Simon Taylor99-118
The place-name Hexham: a mainly philological approach Victor Watts119-136
Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland. Second Annual Study Conference: Preston, 1993 P.R.K.137-139
Professor A. L. Rivet 1915–1993 [Obituary] W. F. H. Nicolaisen140-141

Reviews

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 I. A. Fraser142-143
Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín Place-names of Northern Ireland, vol. 3 Simon Taylor144-146
Eivind Weye Utgava og atgongd Veronica Smart146
J. Field A History of English Field Names Barrie Cox147-149
Gunilla Harling-Kranck & Lars Huldén Ägonamn. Rapport Från NORNA:s sjuttonde symposium på Svidja... Gillian Fellows-Jensen149-151
Thorlac Turville-Petre & Margaret Gelling (eds) Studies in Honour of Kenneth Cameron Paul Bibire152-153

Addenda

Bibliography for 1992 N. Scott Catledge & Carole Hough154-169
Nominal Value Ratoun170-173


Volume 16 (1992-93)

Articles

The maps of Robert Lythe as a source for Irish place-names J. H. Andrews7-22
Nationality names in the Irish annals Diarmuid Ó Murchadha49-70
Some commemorative British place-names in Dublin city Breandán S. Mac Aodha71-77
The present-day distribution of surnames in the British Isles Patrick Hanks79-98
Family-entries in English Libri Vitae c.1050 to c.1530: Part I John S. Moore99-128
Society for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. First Annual Conference: Belfast, 1992 P.R.K.129-131
[Obituary] Professor Bedwyr Lewis Jones 1933–1992 Tomos Roberts132-133
[Obituary] Tomás S. Ó Máille 1904–1990 Ruairí Ó hUiginn & Coláiste Phádraig134-135

Reviews

Margaret Gelling The West Midlands in the Early Middle Ages M. A. Atkin136-139
Fran Colman Money Talks: Reconstructing Old English Veronica Smart139-141
Adrian Room The Street Names of England Carole Hough141-142
Tom Schmidt (ed.) Norna-Rapporter 43 Doreen J. Waugh142-144
Gordon Albøge, Eva Villarsen Meldgaard & Lis Weise (eds) Norna-Rapporter 45 Doreen J. Waugh142-144
Gillian Fellows-Jensen & Bente Holmberg (eds) Norna-Rapporter 48 Doreen J. Waugh142-144
Cyril Hart The Danelaw Barbara Crawford144-148
Wolf-Armin Freiherr von Reitzenstein Lexikon bayerischer Ortsnamen: Herkunft und Bedeutung John Insley148-150

Addenda

Ware, Wye, Watford Paul Jennings151-153


Volume 15 (1991-92)

Articles

Pictish place-names as Scottish surnames: origins, dissemination and current status W. F. H. Nicolaisen7-20
Personal-name studies: bringing them to a wider audience Cecily Clark21-34
Place-names in -þorp: in retrospect and in turmoil Gillian Fellows-Jensen35-51
The Worthy-names of Devon Örjan Svensson53-59
Lin in the landscape M. C. Higham61-68
The medieval boundary of Burton Chase: identification and implications M. C. Higham69-73
Charters and the landscape Della Hooke75-96
Murdoch Mackenzie's charts as a source for Irish place-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha97-105
An index to the discussions on place-names by Henry Owen and Egerton Phillimore in The Description of Penbrokshire by George Owen of Henllys Nerys Ann Jones107-124
Council for Names Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-Third Annual Study Conference P.R.K.125-126
Obituary: Kenneth Hurlstone Jackson, 1909–1991 Kay Muhr127-129
Obituary: Cecily Clark, 1926–1992 O. J. Padel130-133

Reviews

Richard A. McKinley A History of British Surnames Peter Wilkinson134-135
Örjan Svensson Saxon Place-names in East Cornwall Jennifer Scherr136-138
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 John Freeman138-142
David Mills A Dictionary of English place-names Margaret Gelling142-143
Della Hooke Worcestershire Anglo-Saxon Charter Bounds John Hamshere144-145

Addenda

The Oxford Solar Myth Anon.147-156


Volume 14 (1990-91)

Articles

Medieval Latin translations of English personal bynames: their value for surname history Richard McKinley1-6
Locative surnames in Wales: a preliminary list Prys Morgan7-23
Impact - some reactions to foreign surnames: or, the art of getting it wrong Jean Tsushima25-40
Bonchurch: in defence of the man on the Vectis omnibus Richard Coates41-46
Place-naming in Domesday Book: settlements, estates, and communities David Roffe47-60
The medieval exploitation and division of Malham Moor M. A. Atkin61-71
A few St Kilda toponyms and forms Eric P. Hamp73-76
The priest and the mass in Irish place-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha77-82
Allt Loch Dhaile Beaga: place-name study in the west of Scotland Richard A. V. Cox83-96
Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-Second Annual Study Conference Cecily Clark98-99
Thoughts on the comparative study of European surnames: a review of Patrick Hanks & Flavia Hodges, A Dictionary of Surnames John Insley100-105

Reviews

Alan Everitt Continuity and Colonisation: the Evolution of Kentish Settlement John Blair107-109
O. J. Padel A Popular Dictionary of Cornish place-names Bedwyr Lewis Jones109-111
G. Copley Early place-names of the Anglian Regions of England Margaret Gelling111-112
Stephen Coleman & John Wood Historic Landscape and Archaeology: Glossary of Terms and Martin Spray, Peak District Place Names John Field112-114
Gwilym T. Jones The Rivers of Anglesey Bedwyr Lewis Jones115
Hywel Wyn Owen Enwau Lleoedd Bedwyr Lewis Jones116
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 Rolf H. Bremmer116-119
Gerald van Berkel & Kees Samplonius Het Plaatsnamenboek: De herkomst en betekenis van Nederlandse plaatsnamen Rolf H. Bremmer119-120
Peter Hallaråker, Arne Kruse & Terje Aarset (eds) Stadnamen i Kystkulturen Victor Watts122-123
L. Peterson & S. Strandberg (eds) Studia Onomastica: Festskrift till Thorsten Andersson den 23 februari 1989 Tom Schmidt123-125
S. Carlsson Studies on Middle English Local Bynames in East Anglia Richard McKinley125-127
Richard McKinley The Surnames of Sussex Cecily Clark127-130
Robert Bell The Book of Ulster Surnames Richard McKinley131-132
J. Douglas Porteous The Mells: Surname Geography, Family History Cecily Clark132-133
Oakham Survey Research Group The Oakham Survey of 1305: A Translation with Commentaries Cecily Clark133
L. Van Durme Toponymie van Velzeke-Ruddershove en Bochoute Cecily Clark133-134

Addenda

Bibliography Cecily Clark and Peter Jackson135-169


Volume 13 (1989-90)

Articles

On some controversy surrounding Gewissae/Gewissei, Cerdic and Ceawlin Richard Coates1-11
Place-names in northern Fife Graeme Whittington13-24
Late -bý names in the Eden Valley, Cumberland Brian K. Roberts25-40
Scandinavians in southern Scotland? Gillian Fellows-Jensen41-60
Shetland place-names Doreen Waugh61-72
Along an Atholl boundary John Kerr73-89
Creatures great and small: excursions among English field-names John Field91-108
Shaw/Shay revisited Victor Watts109-114
Obituary: Professor John McNeal Dodgson Alexander R. Rumble117-119
Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twenty-First Annual Study Conference Cecily Clark120-121

Reviews

O. J. Padel Cornish place-name elements Hywel Wyn Owen131-132
C. Marynissen Hypokoristische Suffixen in oudnederlandse Persoonsnamen Cecily Clark132-135
Charles Stevens, Jean Arthur & Joan Stevens (eds) Jersey place-names: a Corpus of Jersey Toponymy Richard Coates135-136
Colin Renfrew Archaeology and Language: the Puzzle of Indo-European Origins W. F. H. Nicolaisen137-140
Göran Hallberg, Stig Isaksson and Bengt Pamp (eds) Nionde nordiska namnforskarkongressen: Lund 4-8 augusti 1985 John Insley140-143
Ingrid Hjertstedt Middle English Nicknames in the Lay Subsidy Rolls for Warwickshire Cecily Clark143-145
Tom Schmidt (ed.) Nyere nordisk personnavnskikk Veronica Smart145-147
Edwin D. Lawson Personal Names and Naming: An Annotated Bibliography Cecily Clark147-148
Marianne Mulon L'Onomastique française: bibliographie des travaux publiés de 1960 à 1985 Cecily Clark148-149
Thorsten Andersson Namn i Norden och den forna Europa 'VJS'149

Addenda

Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson150-186


Volume 12 (1988-89)

Articles

Questioning the value and validity of the term `hybrid' in Hebridean place-name study Richard Cox1-9
Lake-names on Mercator's map of Ireland Breandán S. Mac Aodha11-16
Scandinavian settlement-names in County Durham Victor Watts17-63
Chopwell: a problematical Durham place-name Janet R. Ellis65-76
Hollin names in north-west England M. A. Atkin77-88
Shay Names - A need for re-appraisal? Mary C. Higham89-102
Phonological note. Shaw/Shay: the phonological problem Margaret Gelling103-104
Carlton, Reston, and Saint Michael: A reconsideration A. E. B. Owen105-111
Cusop names in a papal document from Canterbury Mark Bateson113-122
A Bedan gloss on Bedfont, Bedwell, etc. Alexander R. Rumble123-130
Computing in name-studies: the charter bounds Joy Jenkyns131-152
Societas et Fraternitas: A report on a research project based at the Universities of Freiburg and Münster Jan Gerchow153-171
Two new books by German scholars: Rudiger Fuchs, Das Domesday Book und sein Umfeld... and Jan Gerchow, Die Gedenküberlieferung der Angelsachsen... Anon.172
A new place-names bibliography Jeffrey Spittal & John Field173-177
Obituary. J. P. Oakden M.A., PhD, D.Litt John Field178
Nugae de Nominibus Eligendis `Souris' [Cecily Clark]179-185
Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Twentieth Annual Study Conference 1988 Cecily Clark186

Reviews

Kenneth Cameron, The place-names of Lincolnshire, Part I, The place-names of the County of the City of Lincoln D. M. Palliser187-188
Gillis Kristensson, A Survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350: The West Midland counties John McNeal Dodgson188-190

Addenda

Work in Progress Anon191
Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson192-220


Volume 11 (1987)

Articles

Willelmus Rex? vel alius Willelmus? Cecily Clark7-33
To divide the Danes from the Norwegians: on Scandinavian settlement in the British Isles Gillian Fellows-Jensen35-60
The Scandinavian element Staðir in Caithness, Orkney and Shetland Doreen Waugh61-74
Place-names in -wich: a preliminary linguistic survey Ann Dornier87-98
English place-names and Welsh stress-patterns Hywel Wyn Owen99-114
The element Ath/Ford in Irish place-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha115-122
Atholl Shieling Names John Kerr131-143
Venta, Gwenta, Finn, Guen T. S. Ó Máille145-151
Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Nineteenth Annual Conference 1987 Cecily Clark153-154
Nugae Onomasticae IV `Souris' [Cecily Clark]155-165

Reviews

Gordon Copley Archaeology and place-names in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries Barrie Cox166-169
Della Hooke (ed.) Medieval Villages: A Review of Current Work N. J. Higham170-172
D. J. Stagg (ed.) A calendar of New Forest documents, the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries Peter McClure172-173
R. W. V. Elliott The Gawain Country Thorlac Turville-Petre173-175
George R. Stewart A Concise Dictionary of American place-names W. F. H. Nicolaisen175-177
J. Sandnes & O. Stemshaug (eds) Personnamn i Stadnamn Doreen Waugh177-180
Ann-Christin Mattisson Medeltida nordiska borg- och satesgårdsnamn på -holm Lindsay J. Macgregor180-181
Thorsten Andersson (ed.) Nordiska Namnstudier: Festskrift til Harry Ståhl 22 September 1985 Niels Lund181-182
Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges (eds) The Oxford Minidictionary of First Names Veronica Smart183
Anon. Nouvelle Revue d'Onomastique: I/II 1983, III/IV 1984, V/VI 1985 VII/VIII 1986 Cecily Clark184
Anon. Huguenot and Walloon Gazette I, iii Cecily Clark185

Addenda

Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson186-203
Work in Progress Anon.204-205
Notabilia and Personalia Anon.206-211
Additional Standard Abbreviations: Mainly Scottish. Supplement to `Notes for Contributors' Anon.212-213
The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Anon.214


Volume 10 (1986)

Articles

Obituary: Joan Stevens A. L. F. Rivet4
Mendip Richard Coates5-9
The antiquity of hām place-names in Lancashire and Cheshire Denise Kenyon11-27
Children's burial grounds in Ireland, with particular reference to Co. Galway Breandán S. Mac Aodha29-38
Conference Report. Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. Eighteenth Annual Conference 1986 Cecily Clark39-40
The identification of Domesday Places in the South-Western counties of England Frank Thorn41-59
Some place-names of Archenfield and the Golden Valley recorded in the Balliol Herefordshire Domesday John Freeman61-77
Names of springs and wells in Somerset Jennifer Scherr79-91
Burh and beorg in Devon F. M. Griffith93-103
Open-fields and enclosures in Brittany during the last thousand years: a synchronic and diachronic study of their name-elements Bernard Tanguy105-119
The rise of Welsh hereditary surnames Prys Morgan121-135
Devon locative surnames in the fourteenth century Margaret Camsell137-147
Numismatic evidence for onomastics: a review of Anthony Freeman, The Moneyer and the Mint in the Reign of Edward the Confessor, 1042–1066 Fran Colman162-168
Toponymy and Settlement in the North-West: a Review of Gillian Fellows-Jensen Scandinavian Settlement Names in the North-West John Insley169-176

Reviews

Della Hooke The Landscape of Anglo-Saxon Staffordshire: The Charter Evidence Alexander R. Rumble177-179
G. W. Lasker, with A. J. Boyce, B. Brush & C. G. N. Mascie-Taylor Surnames and Genetic Structure Cecily Clark180-183
Breandán Ó Cíobháin Toponomia Hiberniae: Placenames of Ireland, Vols I-IV Ian A. Fraser184-185

Addenda

Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson186-203
Work in Progress Anon.204
Notabilia and Personalia Anon.205-209
Notes for Contributors Anon.210-215
The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Anon.216
Review of T. J. Morgan and Prys Morgan, Welsh Surnames Hywel Wyn Owen217-220


Volume 9 (1985)

Articles

Topography, hydrology and place-names in the chalklands of southern England: funta, ǣwiell and ǣwielm Ann Cole3-19
From the King's retainers to unfree peasants: some reflexes of Anglian social-class groups in Norfolk place-names Karl Inge Sandred21-30
On the identification of Domesday tenants in Lincolnshire Gillian Fellows-Jensen31-40
Some Domesday personal-names, mainly post-conquest John McNeal Dodgson41-51
The Liber Vitae of Thorney Abbey and its `catchment area' Cecily Clark53-72
Personal names and surnames in some West Yorkshire `royds' George Redmonds73-80
Cornish surnames in 1327 O. J. Padel81-87
Manx surnames R. L. Thomson89-92
The Ossianic names - a contribution to the history of Celtic personal names in Scandinavia Torben Kisbye93-102
Settlements and topography: a review of Margaret Gelling: Place-names in the Landscape Victor Watts103-107

Reviews

Thorsten Andersson Västsverige för tusen år sedan. Gammal territoriell indelning i ortnamnsbelysning Gillian Fellows-Jensen108
Martin G. Welch Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex Richard Coates109-111
Margaret Faull (ed.) Studies in Late Anglo-Saxon Settlement Julia Smith112-114
Richard Coates The Linguistic History of Early Sussex: the place-name Evidence A. D. Mills115-116
David N. Dumville (ed.) The Historia Brittonum, vol. 3, The `Vatican' Recension O. J. Padel117-118
Adam Watson & Elizabeth Allan The Place Names of Upper Deeside R. L. Thomson119-120
Dorothy M. Owen (ed.) The Making of King's Lynn: a Documentary Survey Derek Keene121-124
John S. Moore (ed.) Domesday Book: 15, Gloucestershire C. M. Carnes125-126

Addenda

Note on the Council's Essay Prize Anon.140
Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson141-152
Work in Progress Anon.153
Notabilia and Personalia Anon.154-157
Acknowledgements Anon.157
The Council for Name Studies Anon.158


Volume 8 (1984)

Articles

Obituary: Deirdre Flanagan T. S. Ó Máille3-4
Obituary: J. E. B. Gover Margaret Gelling4
The Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, 1984 Peter McClure5
A study of the place-names of Upper Deeside Adam Watson, Elizabeth Allan & Ian A. Fraser6-14
Caithness place-names Doreen Waugh15-28
Place-names and settlements: some problems of dating as exemplified by place-names in -by Gillian Fellows-Jensen29-39
The status of written sources in English onomastics Alexander R. Rumble41-56
The family of Ó Gnímh in Ireland and Scotland: a look at the sources Brian Ó Cuív57-71
Place-names and Anglo-Saxon paganism Lance J. Bronnenkant72
Coldharbour - for the last time? Richard Coates73-78
An untapped source for Irish place-names Breandán S. Mac Aodha79-82
The church names in Adamnán's life of Columba Aidan MacDonald83-84
Nugae Onomasticae [I] `Souris' [Cecily Clark]85-95
A new dictionary of first names: a review of Leslie Dunkling and William Gosling: Everyman's Dictionary of First Names Peter McClure96-100

Reviews

Nils Wrander English place-names in the Dative Plural Margaret Gelling101
K. Rutherford Davis Britons and Saxons: the Chiltern Region, 400-700 Margaret L. Faull102-104
Adrian Room A Concise Dictionary of Modern place-names in Great Britain and Ireland John Field105-107
Klaus Forster A Pronouncing Dictionary of English place-names... John McN. Dodgson108-110
G. E. Pointon BBC Pronouncing Dictionary of British Names John McN. Dodgson111-113
Charles de Beaurepaire Dictionnaire topographique du département de Seine- Maritime comprenant les noms de lieux Cecily Clark114-115
Mary Lassiter, Our Names, Our Selves: the Meaning of Names in Everyday Life Cecily Clark116-117
Donnchadh Ó Corráin & Fidelma Maguire Gaelic Personal Names Brian Ó Cuív118-120

Addenda

Bibliography C. Clark and M. Bateson121-133
Work in Progress Anon.134-135
Notabilia and Personalia Anon.136-139
Acknowledgements Anon.139
The Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Anon.140


Volume 7 (1983)

Articles

Obituary: Henri Draye W. F. H. Nicolaisen3
Obituary: Michael Dolley P[eter] McC[lure]3
The Fifteenth Annual Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Peter McClure22
Irish saints' genealogies Pádraig Ó Riain23-29
Some less frequently attested Irish place-names elements of archaeological interest Deirdre Flanagan31-33
Medieval fisheries in the Wear, Tyne and Tweed: the place-name evidence V. E. Watts35-45
Abstract of thesis: A philological study of the moneyers' names on coins of Edward the Confessor Fran Colman46
Toponymic surnames and the pattern of pre-1830 English immigration into the Isle of Man [with an Afterword by Peter McClure] Michael Dolley47-64
The early personal names of King's Lynn: an essay in socio-cultural history, Part II - By-Names Cecily Clark65-89
Variation between Æthel- and Ægel- as a name-element on coins Veronica Smart91-96
Coal-mining names in the north-east of England E. F. M. Prince97-101
The ME occupational term Ringere Peter McClure102
Nugae Anthroponymicae IV `Souris' [Cecily Clark]103-116

Reviews

Veronica Smart Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles: 28: Cumulative Index of Volumes 1-20 Fran Colman117-120
R. W. Morris Yorkshire Through Place Names M. L. Faull121-124
Basil Cottle Names Cecily Clark125-127
Thorsten Andersson & Sölve Göransson (eds) Åldre territoriell indelning i Sverige Gillian Fellows-Jensen128-130
Alexander R. Rumble (ed.) The Dorset Lay Subsidy Roll of 1327 Peter McClure131-133
Leslie Alan Dunkling The Guinness Book of Names Basil Cottle134-136
Rosie Boycott, Batty, Bloomers and Boycott A Little Etymology of Eponymous Words Cecily Clark137-138
Adrian Room Room's Classical Dictionary... A. L. F. Rivet139-140
George Stewart American Given Names Peter McClure141-144
M. L. Faull (ed.) Medieval Manorial Records Alexander R. Rumble144

Addenda

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


Volume 6 (1982)

Articles

Obituary: Dorothy Whitelock C. C.2
The Fourteenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies Peter McClure17
Cornwall as a border area O. J. Padel18-22
The Scottish border - an onomastic assessment Ian A. Fraser23-30
The -inghope names of the Welsh Marches Margaret Gelling31-36
`Old European' names in Britain W. F. H. Nicolaisen37-42
Nugae Anthroponymicae III `Souris' [Cecily Clark]43-50
The early personal names of King's Lynn: an essay in socio-cultural history, Part I - Baptismal Names Cecily Clark51-71
Topography, hydrology, and place-names in the chalklands of Southern England: cumb and denu Ann Cole73-87
Toponymic guidelines for cartography in Great Britain Ordnance Survey88-91
The origin of the surname Waterer Peter McClure92
Lancashire surnames, a review of Richard McKinley: The Surnames of Lancashire John Insley93-98

Reviews

Gerard Taverdet (ed.) L'Onomastique, témoin des langues disparues: Actes du Colloque d'Onomastique romane de Dijon 27-30 mai 1981 Cecily Clark99-100
Adrian Room Naming Names: Stories of Pseudonyms and Name Changes, with a Who's Who and idem, Dictionary of Trade Name Origins Cecily Clark101-105
Adrian Room Place-name changes since 1900... Alexander R. Rumble106-107
David Hill An atlas of Anglo-Saxon England Alexander R. Rumble108-110
Della Hooke Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands: the charter evidence J. D. Hamshere111-112
Breandán S. Mac Aodha (ed.) Topothesia: Essays in Honour of T. S. Ó Maille O. J. Padel113-115

Addenda

Acknowledgements Anon.116


Volume 5 (1981)

Articles

Obituaries: M. T. Löfvenberg and G. B. Adams Peter McClure2
The Thirteenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland, 1981 Peter McClure19
Hull fishermen's place-names Alan Binns20-27
On cumb and denu in place-names of the English south-east Richard Coates29-38
On looking into Smith's Elements Margaret Gelling39-45
English and Welsh place-names in three lordships of Flintshire Hywel Wyn Owen47-55
Nicknaming in the popular nomenclature of English places Doris Jones-Baker57-61
Nicknames and petnames: linguistic forms and social contexts Peter McClure63-76
Nugae Anthroponymicae II `Souris' [Cecily Clark]77-80
Appendix: The nicknames of Jay Ames Jay Ames80-81
Nickname-creation: some sources of evidence, `naive' memoirs especially Cecily Clark83-94
The Middle English nickname Kepeharm Cecily Clark94
The interpretation of Middle English Nicknames. a review of Jan Jönsjö: Studies on Middle English Nicknames. 1, Compounds Peter McClure95-104

Reviews

A. L. F. Rivet & Colin Smith The place-names of Roman Britain Margaret Gelling105-107
John Field Place-names of Great Britain and Ireland V. E. Watts108-109
John Field Place-names of Greater London Jennifer Scherr110-112
C. Stella Davies & John Levitt What's in a Name? Alexander R. Rumble113-114
H. D. G. Foxall Shropshire Field-Names John Field115-116
Gisela Ruckdeschel Studien zur sekundären Motivation bei englischen Familiennamen John Insley117-120
Jane Morgan, Christopher O'Neill & Rom HarreĢ Nicknames, their origins and social consequences Peter McClure121-123
Leslie Alan Dunkling Scottish Christian Names: an A-Z of First Names Peter McClure124-125
Ronan Coghlan Irish Christian Names Brian Ó Cuív126

Addenda

Other Works Received Anon.127
Books Received for Review Anon.127
Acknowledgements Anon.128


Volume 4 (1980)

Articles

Nugae Anthroponymicae [I] `Souris' [Cecily Clark]14-17
Celtic Names and Roman Places A. L. F. Rivet19-20
Place-names and the kingdom of Elmet M. L. Faull21-23
Jersey place-names Joan Stevens24-26
The survival of Romano-British toponymy Colin Smith27-40
Place-names in early Irish documentation: structure and composition Deirdre Flanagan41-45
Place-names from pre-Celtic languages in Ireland and Britain G. B. Adams46-63
Secondary motivation in English family names Gisela Ruckdeschel64-66
Common Gaelic Áirge, Old Scandinavian Ǽrgi or Erg? Gillian Fellows Jensen67-74
Middle English `Leteworthi': an unnoticed tenement-descriptor M. J. Swanton75-77
Reflections on a reverse dictionary of English place-names Klaus Forster78

Reviews

Gillian Fellows Jensen Scandinavian Settlement Names in the East Midlands M. Gelling79-83
Walter Piroth Ortsnamenstudien zur angelsachsischen Wanderung: Ein Vergleich von -ingas, -inga- Namen in England mit ihren Entsprechungen auf dem europaischen Festland Margaret Gelling84-85
Thorsten Andersson & Karl Inge Sandred (eds) The Vikings. Proceedings of the Symposium of the Faculty of Arts of Uppsala University June 6-9 1977 J. McN. Dodgson86-87
P. H. Reaney The Origin of English Surnames Cecily Clark88-90
M. Mulon, et alii (eds) Dialectologie et onomastique: actes d'un colloque tenu à Loches mai 1978 Cecily Clark91
Edward MacLysaght The Surnames of Ireland G. B. Adams92-93
David Dorward Scottish Surnames and [idem] Scotland's place-names Ian A. Fraser94
Ðórhallur Vilmundarson (ed.) Grímnir. Rit um nafnfræði, I G. Fellows Jensen102-103
Elizabeth Rajec The Study of Names in Literature: a Bibliography Owen Knowles104

Addenda

Books received for review Anon.105
Acknowledgements Anon.106


Volume 3 (1979)

Articles

Clark's first three laws of applied anthroponymics Cecily Clark13-19
Moneyers' names on the Anglo-Saxon coinage Veronica Smart20-28
Literary names as text: personal names in Sir Walter Scott's Waverley W. F. H. Nicolaisen29-39
Borrowed elements in the corpus of Irish personal names from medieval times Brian Ó Cuív40-51
Regional variation in Scandinavian personal nomenclature in England John Insley52-60
A thousand years of English influence on Danish masculine nomenclature Torben Kisbye61-77
Anglo-Frisian relations and the map of Breg and (H)reg, especially in English, Dutch and Frisian place names H. T. J. Miedema78-80
Prolegomena to the study of surnames in Ireland G. B. Adams81-94
Place-names and pays: the Kentish evidence Alan Everitt95-112

Reviews

Richard McKinley The Surnames of Oxfordshire Cecily Clark113-114
E .G. Withycombe The Oxford Dictionary of English Christian Names and Leslie Alan Dunkling, First Names First W. F. H. Nicolaisen115-116
K. Forster Englische Familiennamen aus Ortsnamen Richard McKinley117

Addenda

Books Received for Review Anon.118


Volume 2 (1978)

Articles

Papers from the Tenth Conference of the Council for Name Studies in Great Britain and Ireland Anon.13
Topography, toponymy and topographical toponyms Gillian Fellows Jensen14-19
Research in progress into the Anglo-Saxon landscapes of the West Midlands Della Hooke20-21
Some perspectives on the place-name evidence for Nottinghamshire's early settlement Tim Unwin22-25
Place-names and the historic landscape M. L. Faull26
The coastal toponyms of Anglesey Bedwyr Lewis Jones & Tomos Roberts27-29
The earliest Anglian names in Durham V. E. Watts30-33
Site and situation: a discussion B. K. Roberts34-37
Thoughts on the French connections of Middle-English nicknames Cecily Clark38-44
Prolegomena to the study of Irish place-names G. Brendan Adams45-60

Reviews

Margaret Gelling Signposts to the Past. place-names in the history of England Alexander Rumble61-62
Fran. C. Chalfant Ben Jonson's London... J. McN. Dodgson62-63
J. Wittich Discovering London Street Names J. McN. Dodgson64
Marianne Mulon L'Onomastique française... Cecily Clark64-65
V. D. Belenkaya Ocherki Angloyazychnoy Toponimiki O. J. Padel65-69

Addenda

Books Received for Review Anon.69
Acknowledgements Anon.70


Volume 1 (1977)

Articles

English family-names from places in England Klaus Forster23-26
Studies in place-names and Anglo-Saxon migration: a comparison of -ingas, -inga- names in England with their parallels on the European mainland Walter Piroth27-31
Dacus=`Dane' in English place-names John Field32-33
The pronunciation of English place-names Klaus Forster34-34
Collecting place-names in Arran George Broderick35-36
The onomastician afield Ian Fraser37-43

Reviews

W. F. H. Nicolaisen Scottish place-names Ian Fraser44
Oliver Mason Bartholomew's Gazetteer of Britain Peter McClure44-45
P. H. Reaney A Dictionary of British Surnames Peter McClure45-46
Richard McKinley Norfolk and Suffolk Surnames in the Middle Ages Peter McClure46-47

Addenda

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