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Si, A., & Agnihotri, S. (2014). Solega place names and their ecological significance. Anthropological Linguistics, 389–414. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Si2014
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Categories: Indigenous knowledge
Creators: Agnihotri, Si
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Collection: Anthropological Linguistics
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Abstract
Place names in the Dravidian language Solega are analyzed, along with the nature of their referents. We discuss the lexicon of landscape terms, as these figure prominently in place name formation. Solega toponyms encode much information on not only cultural practices and religious traditions, but also forest ecology, with particular focus on plant and animal species distributions. Individual trees of great cultural or utilitarian significance are often named, as are the locations where animals congregate to perform specific behaviors. The incorporation of plant names in toponyms is a valuable resource for understanding critical elements of historical landscape ecology.
  
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