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The article tries to highlight some aspects related to the mapping of toponyms and anthroponyms, in the Romanian space and also at a larger level (European, world). In the case of the toponyms we highlighted the repartition of oikonyms with the suffixes –ești, –eni/–ani, –ari, –ovți/–evți, –inți in the Romanian space. This space includes the present territory of Romania and Republic of Moldova and the regions of Ukraine, Bulgaria and Hungary that belonged temporarily to the Romanian state. Thedoi:10.17684/i8a118en fatcat:eqa5qohapngwrbrzxwydevursy