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according action agent Anglo-Saxon appear appositive aśva Avestan belong cavalry classification cognate compounds connected consisting containing Copulative denote derived determine dissertation English Dictionary express extant literature fact final member found in extant frequently German given giving going Greek groom group of words haplology head horse carried horse dealer horse infesting horse tending horse-bane horse-eye horse-hair horse-match horse-power horse-race horse-shoe horse-soldiers horse's tail horseman idiom included initial member kind languages large or coarse Latin listed literal meaning mare Material meaning large method Murray NAMES OF ANIMALS names of plants nature noun number of words object Old Persian omitted middle member original passive Possession possible Post-Vedic pound probably proper name Quality represented respect to horses Sanskrit semantic relation Separation sometimes Source stem substantive suffix thing tion tree True Vedic verb verbal idea word horse Words found Wörterbuch
Seite 9 - Webster's New International Dictionary of the English Language. Based on the International Dictionary of 1890 and 1900. Now completely revised in all departments; including also a Dictionary of Geography and Biography; being the latest authentic quarto edition of the Merriam Series.
Seite 3 - ... advocates of Latin and Greek. In The Value of the Classics (Princeton, 1917), edited by Professor Andrew F. West, numerous testimonials as to the helpfulness of the classics in mastering other subjects are given by men in almost all fields of human endeavor. In his Language and Philology (Boston, 1923) , Dr. Roland G. Kent, Professor of Comparative Philology in the University of Pennsylvania, has strikingly shown the tremendous debt of English to the classical languages, especially to Latin....
Seite 23 - Arcadian plant of which horses are madly fond or which makes them mad; a small black, fleshy substance on the forehead of a new-born foal, which was held to be a powerful love charm.