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Names are accorded special linguistic status in many respects. Names of persons are imbued with particular animacy, must be distinguishable as specific signs, and need protection from inflection. The papers in this volume examine this special status at all levels of language based on data. A focus is placed on processes of (de-)onymization, onymic (de-)inflection, creative word formations, and on aspects of the pragmatics of names.
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