1 edition of Bulletin of the Ulster Place-name Society. found in the catalog.
Bulletin of the Ulster Place-name Society.
|Statement||edited by J. B. Arthurs.|
|Contributions||Arthurs, J. B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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The Ulster Place-Name Society (UPNS) promotes the study, collection, verification and explanation of local place-names by its members. Society experts provide authoritative Irish language versions of road and street names. The UPNS also campaigns for the retention of townland names in popular and official usage as an important marker of local Bulletin of the Ulster Place Name Society.
Contents. The bibliography contains records for 3 publications in this journal. Ainm: Bulletin of the Ulster Place Name Society 7 () Ainm: Bulletin of the Ulster Place Name Society 6 ():_Bulletin_of_the_Ulster_Place_Name_Society. WINTER LECTURE CONFIRMED. Seoirse Ó Dochartaigh will give the UPNS autumn lecture, The Clachans of Clonmany, a Parish of Inishowen on Thursday 28th November at p.m.
in Room 02/ of the Peter Froggatt Centre, Queen’s University presentation will be preceded by the Society AGM at :// COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus D’athbhunaigh sí an iris sin Bulletin of the Ulster Place-Name Society in agus bhí ina heagarthóir go ham a báis Gan amhras is in Bulletin of the Ulster Place-name Society agus in ?Type=opus&SubType=periodical.
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Deirdre Flanagan): Flanagan, Laurence, Appendix: An index to minor place-names from the 6" ordnance survey: Co Armagh, Vol. 4 () pp. Bulletin of the Ulster Place-Name Society (1st series) [PDF]: Bulletin of the Ulster Place-Name Society ( downloads) Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies Celtica Cross fitness for beginners.
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Find. Examples: NFL, NASA, PSP, HIPAA. Tweet. What does BUPNS stand for. BUPNS (BUPNS).html. Sayers, William, “The nickname of Björn buna and the Celtic interlude in the settlement of Iceland”, Ainm: Bulletin of the Ulster Place Name Society 7 (–): 51– journal article programme was begun, thus fulfilling the aims of the Ulster Place-Name Society "to undertake a survey of Ulster place-names" and to publish the results for members.
Seven volumes were produced (), on parts of Counties Antrim (2), Derry (1) and Down (4).Aleaflet is available listing the parishes covered in each of • Ainm: Bulletin of the Ulster Place-Name Society (I-VIII, –/) [Béal Feirste] • Féach fosta Nomina, Journal of the Society for Name-Studies in Britain and Ireland (–), agus Onoma: Bibliographical and Information Bulletin of the International Adams, George Brendan ‘The emergence of Ulster as a distinct dialect area’, Ulster Folklife 4: Adams, George Brendan a.
‘Linguistic aspects of a baronial survey in North Armagh’, Ulster Dialect Archive Bulletin 5: Adams, George Brendan :// 1 This paper is based on part of a lecture which was deliver ed to the Ulster Place-Name Society on 25 November and is intended to complement excellent earlier work on the place-names of Belfast by the l ate J.
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