In lieu of an abstract, this is the opening paragraph of the article.
Nominization (a term proposed by W. H. F. Nicolaisen in a personal communication, 1988) is a mechanism of name formation that involves the conversion of a lexeme into a name. The opposite is generally called commonization, by which a name is converted into a lexeme. Dr. Nicolaisen has suggested that lexemization would be a more accurate term.
Lorenz, Brenna E.
"Lexemes Into Names,"
Literary Onomastics Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 13.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/los/vol16/iss1/13