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Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, the Etymology of Cornish Surnames
Richard Richard Charnock
January 1, 2000
by Heritage Books Inc.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
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Description: Hard cover book with dust jacket. Dust jacket chipped, otherwise book near fine. pages, rare mining photographs and diagrams, fully indexed. Contents: Introduction; Some Characters In Cornish Mining; Some Cornish Blowing and Melting Houses; Newham, Calenick and Treyew, The Genesis of Reverberatory Tin Smelting; Arsenic Production in West Cornwall; Portreath and its . Cornwall in southwestern England provides the original birthplace of the surname Penrose. As populations grew, people began to assume an extra name to avoid confusion and to further identify themselves. Unlike most Celtic peoples, who favored patronymic names, the Cornish predominantly used local surnames. This was due to the heavy political and cultural influence of the English upon the.
Vingoe is a Cornish surname.. Origin and variants. Vingoe is an occupational name from the Penwith region of Cornwall near Land's ing to storyteller, William Bottrell, the surname is thought to derive from an anglicized variant of the original Norman French words "vin" meaning "wine" and "goût" meaning "taste." It has also been suggested that the name might actually be of Cornish. A somewhat different etymology is suggested by Patronymica Cornu-Britannica: or, The Etymology of Cornish Surnames By Richard Stephen Charnock, London which suggests "Rocky village" "Stone hedge" or "Dog rock". Note that the study of the Cornish language was in its infancy then.
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Patronymica Cornu-Britannica: Or, The Etymology of Cornish Surnames Richard Stephen Charnock Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, - Cornish language - pages. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, The etymology of Cornish surnames Item Preview remove-circlePages: Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Charnock. (Longmans.)—Dr. Charnock has collected from various sources nearly 1, surnames used in the county, for which_ he accounts with unfailing ingenuity. Many of these belong, of coarse. to other counties as well as to Cornwall, but most have the local claa- racteristics ; between four and five hundred of them beginning with Tie, and more than a hundred more with Pen.
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Patronymics. The most common surnames in Cornwall are derived from patronymics, the father’s first name being taken either without alteration, for example 'John', or with the addition of genitive '-s' or, typically Cornish, '-o', e.g.
'Bennetto' or '-y' as in 'Pawley'. This CD contains three separate books on the study of Cornish names: Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, the Etymology of Cornish Surnames, By Richard Stephen Charnock, originally published A Glossary of Cornish Names, Ancient and Modern, Local, Family, Personal, &c: 20, Celtic and Other Names, Now or Formerly in Use in Cornwall, by the.
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This from the Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, The etymology of Cornish surnames": "The Vyvians of Truro are derived by certain genealogists from one Vivianus Annius, a Roman general, son-in-law of Domitius Carbulo." (Quar.
Rev. 11, p. ) Others consider the name to be from Cornish vyvyan^ to flee. Polwhele, under chuT/vyan, " to. This book link for "Patronymica Cornu-Britannica: Or, The Etymology of Cornish Surnames ()" gives some indication of origin as follows: "BONETTO.
From root of Bonithon, q. v.; or from, boTt'tthig^ the great belly (t. the great bill). j BONITHAN, BONITHON, BONTTHON. From Bonithon or Bonythou, now Bonithin, an estate in the. Patronymica Cornu-Britannica Or, the Etymology of Cornish Surnames by Richard Stephen Charnock. • Vocabularium cornicum: Cornish-Latin glossary from a 12 th century manuscript • Geirlyer Kyrnẁeig: manuscript of a Cornish dictionary compiled by Edward Lhuyd () • Patronymica Cornu-Britannica or The etymology of Cornish surnames, by Richard Stephen Charnock ().
Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, The etymology of Cornish surnames. Par Richard Stephen Charnock. Published London, by Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer. Open et courriel 29 déc Page vii.
Henry Jenner visits the British Museum (asking the attendant for any books on the Cornish Language), to read Norris’s Cornish Drama Patronymica Cornu-Britannica or The etymology of Cornish surnames by Richard Stephen Charnock published Glossary of Cornish names, ancient and modern, local, family, personal by Rev.
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Patronymica Cornu-Britannica The etymology of Cornish surnames Richard Stephen Charnock. ISBN X ISBN 13 Print on Demand. Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back .
This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover. An incomplete list of Cornish Surnames: (Please let me know which ones I have omitted!) RE: pronunciation - most multisyllabic Cornish words and names are accented on the next-to-last (penultimate) syllable.Kellen - Richard Stephen Charnock in his Patronymica Cornu-Britannica: Or, the Etymology of Cornish Surnames () supposes that this name comes from 'ke-lan' and refers to a church or place surrounded by a hedge.
Well, his spelling is Kellan, until I find that there is any difference other than spelling, we'll assume it is the same name. He does offer the possibility that it comes from Author: Dellitt.Patronymica Cornu-Britannica, Or, The Etymology of Cornish Surnames, (Full book) Most forms in here don't seem to be dated, but there are a couple of dates here and there.
Maybe this will help someone. Dean, Lindley Richard. A Study of the Cognomina of Soldiers in the Roman Legions, (Full book.).