That's way cool!
One thing that caught my eye was where you said ...one person who does Onomastics (placenames)... Did you mean that the person in question
specializes in placenames, or did you mean to equate Onomastics with the
study of placenames? Every use of the term I've seen simply meant the study
of names, in general, so I twitched a bit. One of my hobbies is the study
of medieval names and naming practices. I know hypocoristic, locative,
patronymic, and many other fancy words.
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