Citations of each name are listed chronologically, with dates, sorted bygrammatical form. Ottoman Cauldron-Makers,by Ursula Georges Analyzes the names of eighteen men in an Istanbul cauldron-makers' guild. Report lists a few more names of harem women concubines and daughters of the Sultan. Nordiskt runnamnslexikon The Dictionary of Norse Runic Namesby Lena Peterson A database of names found in Norse runic inscriptions, published by a highly respected academic group. The spellings are roughly appropriate for the late saga-writing period; again, if you want an early name, you'll need to check other sources. This report from the Academy of Saint Gabriel discusses janissary names:. Medieval Names from Inscriptions at Siraf, IranUrsula Georges Names from inscriptions written in Arabic and found in Iran, from the tenth through fourteenth centuries.
To this end, we maintain the Medieval Names Archive and Medieval Trigg ( known in the SCA as Blaise de Cormeilles), blaise@ English, Old English, and Anglo-Norman Names.
I've collected a large number. Hungarian Namesby Walraven van Nijmegen: Start here if you want to.
This report from the Academy of Saint Gabriel discusses janissary names:.
Academy of Saint Gabriel Report
Medieval Names from Inscriptions at Siraf, IranUrsula Georges Names from inscriptions written in Arabic and found in Iran, from the tenth through fourteenth centuries. Arabic Personal Names from the Futuwwahby Mustapha al-Muhaddith ibn al-Saqaat A list of men's given names and surnames from an early 11th century source. It is the reference on Swedish medieval names. Includes the Russian and a normalized Old Norse form of each name.
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A Very Brief History of the Scandinavian Languages. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: This website presents the work of an. Italian Names. Italy acquired a standard language only in the 19th century.
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Turkish Names The term Turkish refers to several groups that used different dialects of Turkish and different sorts of names. The list of several hundred names includes men and women, Swedes and Finns.
The presentation is very technical and in Swedish, so we recommend it primarily for determined researchers. Academy of Saint Gabriel report Contains lists of masculine and feminine names recorded in late 16th century Sweden, plus information on the construction of feminine names in this period. Report lists a few more names of harem women concubines and daughters of the Sultan.