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Philological essays,

Author: Thomas Hewitt Key
Publisher: London, Bell & Daldy, 1868.
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Key, Thomas Hewitt, 1799-l875.
Philological essays.
London, Bell & Daldy, 1868
(OCoLC)651941143
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hewitt Key
OCLC Number: 10881309
Notes: "The following papers are in part now published for the first time, in part reprinted from the 'Transactions of the Philological society, ' but with many changes or additions."--Preface.
The preface contains a list of philological papers published by the author.
Description: xiv pages, 1 leaf, 336 pages 22 cm
Contents: On the representatives of ana in allied languages. --
On the prepositions eni, in, and related words. --
On the Latin prepositions re and pro. --
On the German prefix ver and allied forms. --
Post and after the same word. --
On the so-called 'alpha privative.' --
The Latin et, que, atque (ac), and the Greek kai, te, all of one origin. --
On the Latin particles aut, an, nĕ. --
On plural forms in Latin with a singular meaning, and especially on Virgil's use of menta. --
Excrescent consonants. --
On false division of suffixes. --
Qvaeritvr: The Sanskrit language as the basis of linguistic science; and the labours of the German school in that field --
are they not over-valued? First part. --
Qvaeritvr. Second part. --
Postscript to Qvaeritvr.
Responsibility: T. Hewitt Key ...

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