The Journal of Scottish Name Studies (JSNS) is a scholarly journal publishing articles and reviews on place and personal names relating to Scotland, its history and languages. PDF copies of the Journal is available from the JSNS website.
‘Charge of the Temporalitie of Kirk Landis’ and the parish of Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire
Towards a Taxonomy of Contact Onomastics: Norse Place-names in Scottish Gaelic
Richard A.V. Cox
The Role of Onomastics in Historical Linguistics
Balinclog: a lost parish in Ayrshire
Place-names of Lesmahagow
Neglected Topographic Names: ness-names in Orkney and Shetland
Alan G. James A Note on the Place-name Dreva, Stobo, Peeblesshire
Jacob King Haberberui: An Aberration?
Alan G. James Paul Cavill and George Broderick, Language Contact in the Place-Names of Britain and Ireland
Doreen Waugh Kristján Ahronson, Viking-Age Communities: Pap-Names and Papar in the Hebridean Islands
Robert McColl Millar O.J. Padel and David N. Parsons, A Commodity of Good Names: Essays in Honour of Margaret Gelling
Carole Hough Victor Watts, ed. Paul Cavill The Place-Names of County Durham Part One Stockton Ward