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The primitive Aryans of America; origin of the Aztecs and kindred tribes, showing their relationship to the Indo-Iranians and the place of the Nauatl or Mexican in the Aryan group of languages,

Author: Thomas S Denison
Publisher: Chicago, T.S. Denison [©1908]
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Denison, Thomas S. (Thomas Stewart), 1848-1911.
Primitive Aryans of America.
Chicago, T.S. Denison [©1908]
(OCoLC)622836547
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas S Denison
OCLC Number: 1384653
Notes: "Authorities consulted": p. 171-181.
Description: 180 pages 25 cm
Contents: 1. Importance of Indian languages --
Various learned opinions --
The numeral "six" --
The Mexican language --
Age affinities, origin --
Place of Mexican in the Aryan group --
Kinship of languages shown. 2. Methods of working --
Ancient forms --
Cow --
Sheep --
Consonantal equivalence and vowel genesis --
Meanings, their importance. 3. Roots --
General definition --
Cow, bite, dog, sweat, elbow, ox --
Indra --
Analysis. 4. Roots --
Dictionaries --
What is a root? --
Differentiation --
Different values of same root --
Kul (kar) --
Chichi --
Quetzalcoatl. 5. Morphology of Mexican --
Compounds, terminations, "liztli", the honorific "tzin" --
Postpositives --
L and r --
Clipped words. 6. Mexican word-studies --
Tlani, Quechtli, Tzontli, Xauani, Ualyolcatl, Pixquitl, Tlacatecolotl, Metztli, Tezcatl-ipoca, Youalehecatl, Quauh-chimalli, Ozomatli, Mexico. 7. Mexican syntax --
The prepositive objective pronoun --
Sequence in sentence --
Age, syntax as evidence of, connectives --
Coalescing pronouns --
Conjugation --
Desinences. 8. The pronoun "tla" --
"In, " its use and history --
Grammatical gender --
"Animate" and "inanimate" --
Dialects --
Thought forms and style. 9. Individuality of languages --
Inflection --
Accent and rhythmic swing --
Repute and disrepute of words --
Ancient vs. modern syntax. 10. Classification of languages as to thought form --
Incorporation --
Agglutination --
Monosyllabism --
Inflection --
Conjugation of "speak" in five languages Reflections on the probable unity of human speech --
Persistence --
Phonetic changes. 11. Phonology --
General remarks --
Vowels --
Dentals --
Gutturals (the kg-q and kq-s sound shifts) --
Vocalic consonants --
The place of Mexican --
Labials --
Line of descent and assimilation --
The saltillo --
Accent. 12. Notation --
The five base --
Chica ce, 6 --
Ten --
The fifteen base --
System Aryan --
Hand counting --
Antiquity. 13. History and geographical extension of Mexican --
Tribes --
Ruins --
Population --
Native records and historians. 14. Origin of the Nauatlaca --
Evidences of language --
Uitzilopochtli --
Oriental affinities --
Mythology --
Pre-Columbian discoveries. 15. Origin of the Nauatlaca --
Historical evidences --
The migration --
"Chichi" The Tlacochcalca --
Meaning of Aztec --
The Aztlan myth and synonyms of Aztlan. 16. Aztlan legend --
Climate --
The "ten" places of the "migration" --
Specific appellations --
Culture names --
Spelling of names --
Geographical and mythological names common to Mexico and Asia. 17. Religion and the mythology of the Nahua compared with that of Asia --
General remarks --
Religion of the Nahua composite --
Human sacrifice --
Fire-worship --
The blood sacrifice --
Izcalli, the resurrection --
The unleavened bread --
Winter solstice festival --
Rites of Mithra --
The descent into hell --
Aztec future states --
Nudity rites --
Immaculate conception --
The cross --
Prophecies of a Savior --
Confessional and absolution --
Baptism --
Births --
Marriage --
Burial --
List of deities common to American and Asia. 18. Civilization not indigenous --
The home land --
Learning and arts --
Domestic life --
Ethics --
Economics and government --
Cannibalism --
Nahua disposition and courage --
Influence of superstition on the conquest.
Responsibility: by T.S. Denison.

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