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Thu Mar 15 08:00:16 UTC 2012
Naming in the Kashmiri Pandit Community: Sociolinguistics and Anthroponymy
/ Braj B. Kachru
On 14 March 2012 21:17, George Thompson <gthomgt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also, I had intended to mention Michael Witzel's essay "Aryan and
> Non-Aryan names in Vedic India" published in Harvard Oriental Series,
> Opera Minora vol. 3, 1999. I had assumed initially that it was
> well-known to all Indologists, but maybe it is good to mention it
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 4:06 PM, George Thompson <gthomgt at gmail.com>
> > Dear Adriano Aprigliano,
> > If you are interested in Rigveda onomastics, I can recommend Manfred
> > Mayrhofer: Die Personennamen in der Rgveda-Samhitaa. Sicheres und
> > Zweifelhaftes . He has also written a monograph on Old Iranian
> > onomastica, which I have here somewhere, but which I cannot find at
> > the moment. I also would call your attention to a collection of
> > articles [mostly in German] on Indo-Iranian onomastica published
> > fairly recently in the USA [California] by Ruediger Schmitt.
> > I apologize for not being able to give detailed bibliography for
> > these books now. I am busy with other duties and cannot readily find
> > these books in my personal library. But I can assure you that they
> > would be useful to you when it comes to early Indo-Iranian onomastics.
> > If you cannot find reference to these books, please let me know, and I
> > will try to give you more specific information when I can.
> > Best wishes,
> > George Thompson
> > On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 2:59 PM, Adriano Aprigliano <aprigliano at usp.br>
> >> Dear colleagues,
> >> Does anyone have a good text on Sanskrit onomastics? I’ve been trying to
> >> have a clear understanding of such name variations as in the case of
> >> Bhartr-hari (Hari, Hari-vrsabha), if the parts bhartr and vrsabha are
> >> or questionably no more than honorific appendices.
> >> Best
> >> Adriano Aprigliano
> >> Post-doc researcher
> >> Universidade de São Paulo
> >> São Paulo/Brazil
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