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Iang Evangelivm Ul-Kadus Menjurat kapada Marcum: the first Malay Gospel of Mark (1629–1630) and the Agama Kumpeni2018 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 174 (1): 47-79
  • Lourens de Vries
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Taxinomic logics: terminologies of kinship and the relationship with alliance systems2018 L'Homme (225): 27-71
  • Laurent Barry
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216English summary
'We are fire clan': groups, names and identity in Papua New Guinea2018 Oceania 88 (1): 90-106
  • Monica Minnegal
  • Peter D. Dwyer
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Allusive references and other-oriented stance in an affinal avoidance register2018 Journal of linguistic anthropology 28 (1): 4-21
  • Alice Mitchell
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
The Chan Tuun Itzam: epigraphic and iconographic observations on a classic Maya collective theonym2017 PARI journal 17 (3): 8-20
  • Erik Boot
H1/KUC [PRE-COLUMBIAN-]1531-5398
A "black cult" in early medieval China: Iranian-Zoroastrian influence in the northern dynasties2017 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 27 (2): 201-24
  • Sanping Chen
  • Victor H. Mair
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
Beleza desta língua: tempo no nome2017 Mana 23 (1): 269-91
  • Bruna Franchetto
H6/KUL [MANA-]0104-9313
The tuna lexicon, a Mediterranean sociocultural creation2017 Revista de dialectología y tradiciones populares 72 (1): 221-44
  • Francesc Xavier Llorca Ibi
H6/KVE [REVISTA-]0034-7981English summary
A preliminary outline of Antikirrinya bird classification: a comparative approach2017 Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford (NS) 9 (3): 344-67
  • Patter A. Næssan
H6/KF [OXFORD-]2040-1876
Contexts and repetitions of Cypro-Minoan inscriptions: function and subject matter of clay balls2017 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (378): 71-94
  • Miguel Valério
  • Silvia Ferrara
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Motivation of dog names in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (based on Jan Ostroróg's Nomenklatura ogarów)2017 Lituanistica 63 (3): 149-67
  • Anželika Smetonienė
  • Marius Smetona
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716Xin thematic section 'Language'; English summary
Study of the ethnonyms of Indian tribes: an investigation into ecological and economic dimensions2017 Oriental anthropologist 17 (2): 395-403
  • Sumahan Bandyopadhyay
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
What's in a name?: reconstructing nomenclature of prestige and persuasion in late 18th-century Tongan material culture2017 Journal of the Polynesian Society 126 (4): 443-68
  • Andy Mills
  • Billie Lythberg
  • Melenaite Taumoefolau
  • Phyllis Herda
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Way of naming and religion with pastoralism. For the ethnographic understanding of the Islam which perform from Wakhi in Pakistan2017 Journal of Asian and African studies (Tokyo) (94): 7-76
  • Mizue Kumagai
H6 [JOURNAL OF ASIAN AND AFRICAN STUDIES. Tokyo]0387-2807English summary
Tongwe names of mammals: special reference to mammals inhabiting the Kasoje area, Mahale Mountains, western Tanzania2017 African study monographs 38 (4): 221-42
  • Butati R. Nyundo
  • Michio Nakamura
  • Nobuko Nakazawa
  • Noriko Itoh
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
The name that dares not speak of intimacy - an exploratory study of naming2017 Antropologia portuguesa 34: 7-27
  • Ana Cristina Santos
  • Ana Lucía Santos
H6 [ANTROPOLOGIA-]0870-0990English summary
Constructing a Kongo identity: scholarship and mythopoiesis2016 Comparative studies in society and history 58 (1): 159-80
  • Wyatt Macgafferty
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Plant names as traces of the past in Shuiluo valley, China2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (1): 192-214
  • Caroline S. Weckerle
  • Franz K. Huber
  • George Pincuo
  • Henriette Daudey
  • Katia Chirkova
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Chinese summary
What's in a name? The politics of naming ethnic groups in Kenya's Cherangany Hills2016 Journal of Eastern African studies 10 (1): 208-27
  • Gabrielle Lynch
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055in special issue 'Resilience and collapse in African savannahs: causes and consequences of environmental change in East Africa'
Names redux: person, structure, change2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 1-10
  • Lamont Lindstrom
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596introduction to thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Nomination and social reproduction2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 11-29
  • Lamont Lindstrom
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Totemic names on Aneityum, Vanuatu2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 30-53
  • Latham T. Wood
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Naming in Kanak groups: names, relations, and personal identity among the Paicî Kanak (Ponerihouen, New Caledonia)2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 54-79
  • Isabelle Leblic
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Naming and social life: the case of the Pinuyumayan (Puyuma) people in eastern Taiwan2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 80-107
  • Wen-Te Chen
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Names as a means of inclusion and transformation: naming and transcultural kinship among the Wampar, Papua New Guinea2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 108-25
  • Doris Bacalzo
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
'I am a grandparent and my name is good': status, food, and gender among the Kelabit of Sarawak2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 126-73
  • Monica Janowski
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Naming relationship and constructing hierarchy: names, value, and hierarchy among the Austronesian Paiwan, Taiwan2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 174-200
  • Kun-hui Ku
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Naming and name changing in postcolonial Madagascar2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 201-15
  • Denis Regnier
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Entering God's family: the adoption of Christian names in the early Bunun Presbyterian Church, eastern Taiwan2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 216-40
  • Chun-wei Fang
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Namoluk onomatology: two centuries of personal naming practices2016 Pacific studies 39 (1-2): 241-52
  • Mac Marshall
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in thematic issue 'Austronesian personal naming systems'
Akkadian names in Aramaic documents from ancient Egypt2016 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (375): 1-12
  • Bezael Porten
  • Laurie Pearce
  • Ran Zadok
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
How do artisanal fishermen name fish? An ethnotaxonomic study in northeastern Bazil2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (2): 348-81
  • José Silva Mourão
  • Marcia Freire Pinto
  • Rômulo Romeu Nóbrega Alves
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Diminutives, hypocoristics and other ways of naming relatives in families in Santiago de Chile2016 Revista de dialectología y tradiciones populares 71 (1): 215-32
  • Herminia Gonzálvez
H6/KVE [REVISTA-]0034-7981English summary
Indo-European *wel- in Armenian mythology2016 Journal of Indo-European studies 44 (1-2): 129-46
  • Armen Petrosyan
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The grammaticalization of plant-part terms in Chibchan languages2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (4): 425-52
  • Matthias Pache
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Jawa, Melayu, Malay or otherwise? The shifting nomenclature of the Sri Lankan Malays2016 Indonesia and the Malay world 44 (130): 409-23
  • Ronit Ricci
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811
Manidoons, Manidoosh: bugs in Ojibwe culture2016 Papers of the Algonquian conference 44: 85-103
  • Wendy Makoons Geniusz
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Meet the demonological character: two types of narrative structures2016 Folklore (Tartu) 65: 57-68
  • Viktoriia CHervaneva
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Descendants and ancestry of a proto-Indo-European phytonym *meh2l-2016 Journal of Indo-European studies 44 (3-4): 441-65
  • Rhona S.H. Fenwick
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Nia ta kdak / me and the other: the denomination of indigenous nations according to Abenaki ethnonymy2016 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 46 (1): 19-36, 105
  • Philippe Charland
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in thematic issue 'Nouveaux regards sur l'histoire autochtone'; English and Spanish summaries
‘What’s in or not in a name’?: The untold story of canoe naming among the Basubiya of the Chobe District in Botswana2016 Botswana notes and records 48 (1): 182-92
  • Andy Chebanne
  • Glorious Bongani Gumbo
  • Ndana Ndana
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090in special issue 'Humanities at UB and Botswana’s 50 years of independence'
Die Fremd- und Eigenbezeichnungen eines in der Sahara und im Sahel lebenden Volkes2015 Anthropos (St Augustin) 110 (1): 175-82
  • Franz Trost
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
La constitution d'une identité social et spatiale VKP2015 Ethnies 21 (37-38): 186-93
  • Sonia Grochian
*H6/KD [ETHNIES-]0295-9151in special issue 'Émancipation kanak'; with CD rom in appendix
Celtic and non-Celtic divinities from ancient Hispania: power, daylight, fertiltiy, water spirits and what they can tell us about Indo-European morphology2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 1-56
  • Blanca María Prósper
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Eurasian cranes, demoiselles cranes PIE *ger- and onomatopoetics2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (1-2): 81-99
  • Niels Hammer
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
An anthropological discourse analysis of 'Vūruns and Kamavanans' in Paiwan language: a case study on Inō Kanori's investigation reports (1900-1910)2015 Taiwan journal of anthropology 13 (1): 21-77
  • Ruo-wen Li
H6/KWS [TAIWAN-]1727-1878English summary
Where do fungi fit? The fungal domain in Mixtepec Zapotec2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (23): 286-313
  • Eugene S. Hunn
  • Marco Antonio Vásquez Dávila
  • Yuliana Venegas Ramírez
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Spanish summary
Lumpers, splitters, and other variations in Nage animal classification2015 Journal of ethnobiology 35 (23): 384-405
  • Gregory Forth
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
Archaic and innovative Islamic prayer names around the Sahara2015 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 78 (2): 357-74
  • Lameen Souag
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977X
Avoidance as alterity stance: an upper Xinguan affinity chronotrope2015 Anthropological quarterly 88 (2): 337-72
  • Christopher Ball
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special section 'Kinship chronotropes'
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