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- Doaj (Directory of Open Access Journals);
- Ebsco: Academic Search Complete;
- E-revistas (Plataforma Open Access de Revistas Científicas Electrónicas Españolas y Latinoamericanas);
- Latindex: catálogo;
- MLA: Directory of Periodicals – International Bibliography;
- Redalyc (Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina y el Caribe,
España y Portugal);
- Scopus;
- Thomson Reuters (ISI) Web of Knowledge (Social Sciences Citation Index; Arts and Humanities Citation Index);
- Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.

Onomázein continuously receives articles, reports and reviews for evaluation and publication.

Onomázein was established in 1996. Until the year 2003, it came out as an anual. From 2004 on, it increased its publication periodicity to two issues a year. Since 2013, Onomázein is being exclusively edited in electronic format. Onomázein is funded by the Facultad de Letras of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and it is sponsored by Bibliotecas UC.

Onomázein welcomes not previously published works, originated in scientific research in the different branches of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, in Classical, Indoeuropean, Romanic and Hispanic Philology, as well as in Translation Theory and Terminology, and relevant studies in Indigenous languages.

Onomázein is mainly oriented to specialists in the fields mentioned above and it aims to serve as an efficient vehicle of scientific exchange among researchers in the linguistic sciences. The academic standard of the works published is guaranteed by the objective review of international external judges, recruited from the international community of specialists.

Texts Published in Onomázein are subject to a Creative Commons license, which claims that any individual who has access to the journal is free to copy, distribute and communicate its contents, provided they are cited adequately and no alterations or changes are performed on the original texts.

Works published in Onomázein are indexed in the following directories:
- Clase (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México);
- Dialnet (Universidad de La Rioja, España);