Anatomy Nomenclature with respect to a region of the body rather than to organs or structures.(noun)
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Use "toponymy" in a sentence
"It is interesting that so few English place names are Celtic in origin, apart from the obvious parts of the west and a few pockets farther east; also surprising that the Normans did not leave a heavier footprint on toponymy."
"Public resource management and Inuit toponymy: implementing policies to maintain human-environmental knowledge in Nunavut."
"I'd expect a generic "rock" word would show up in toponymy."