What's in a Name?: An Australian Dictionary of Eponyms download epub
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An Australian Dictionary of Eponyms (1990), along with several bibliographies and journal articles.
His publications include The Humanist Temper: Life and Work of Elton Mayo (1984) and What's in a Name?: An Australian Dictionary of Eponyms (1990), along with several bibliographies and journal articles. From Aristotelian to Reaganomics: A Dictionary of Eponyms with Biographies in the Social Sciences.
Richard C. S. Trahair, Australian Psychologist, educator. This reference book is a comprehensive guide to utopian communities and their founders
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Dictionary of Australian Biography. The Dictionary of Australian Biography, published in 1949, is a reference work by Percival Serle containing information on notable people associated with Australian history. With approximately a thousand entries, the book took more than twenty years to complete
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The words for these things are called eponyms and many of them have been added to the Cambridge Dictionary. At a simple level, the name of the person (or sometimes an anglicized or altered version of it) becomes the name of the thing. We say that the thing was named after (or in American English named for) the person.
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Eponyms are the people who give their names to words. Most eponymous words derive from a person’s surname: boycott, from the Irish landlord Captain Charles Cunningham Boycott, dahlia, from the Swedish botanist Anders Dahl, the sousaphone, from the American bandmaster John Philip Sousa, and volt, from the Italian physicist Count Alessandro Volta. Books related to Dictionary of Eponyms.