I am certain I'm not the only lover of words and etymology around here (oh and toponymy , too!)
The methods employed in this project are easy to use, making them helpful to local communities involved in toponymy and other mapping projects.
The mapping authenticated indigenous toponymy in Darien.
The continual references to the toponymy , or place names, of Dublin suggest the chapter's investment in the rhetoric of cartography.
The toponymy of each of the 20 zonal maps was carefully checked.
This toponymy , dating from medieval times, reappeared spontaneously in southern and eastern Ukrainian towns and cities, such as Kherson, Mykolaiv, and Simferopol that were built in the eighteenth century.
Another excellent example of toponymic work is the Gazetteer of Inuit Place Names in Nunavik, undertaken with the cooperation of the Inuit elders of Nunavik and the Avataq Cultural Institute.
Here's hoping that his misrendering of toponymic shibboleths is the worst damage they suffer.
The title had again changed; more crucially, the toponymic element had been dropped, and it had become a multi-volume affair.
In the main variant, the legend relies both on the sniggeringly received news of the defeat of the father's expectation and on the mangling of the English language - a grammatically incorrect sentence with toponymic consequences.