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Elementary Grammar of the Turkish Language: With a Few Easy Exercises
Frank Lawrence Hopkins
No preview available - 2017
ablative Account addition Ancient Arabic Author BALLADS Bengal Buddhist Cambridge Century Ceylon Chaucer China Chinese Civil cloth Collection College Commentary COMPARATIVE Complete containing Crown 8vo declinable Demy 8vo Dialect DICTIONARY dogs Early English EDWARD ending English Essay EXERCISE five formed four FURNIVALL GERUNDS Glossary Government GRAMMAR Hall HENRY Hindus History horse Illustrations Imperfect Index India Inscriptions Introduction John King LANGUAGE late letter Library Literature LL.D London Manuscripts Maps Member Notes noun numbers Original Oxford Persian person Ph.D placed plates PLURAL Poems Present printed Professor Published revised ROBERT Royal Royal 8vo Royal Asiatic Society Sanskrit Second Edition Series Service sewed SINGULAR substantive Tale termination Text third Thomas thou Translation unique University Veda verb viii village VOCABULARY volume W. W. SKEAT yash ادم بو در
Page 28 - A DICTIONARY, SANSKRIT AND ENGLISH, extended and improved from the Second Edition of the Dictionary of Professor HH WILSON, with his sanction and concurrence. Together with a Supplement, Grammatical Appendices, and an Index, serving as a Sanskrit- English Vocabulary.
Page 21 - ENGLISH GILDS. The Original Ordinances of more than One Hundred Early English Gilds : Together with the olde usages of the cite of Wynchestre; The Ordinances of Worcester! The Office of the Mayor of Bristol; and the Customary of the Manor of Tettenhall-Regis.
Page 30 - VEDA : containing the Earliest Speculations of the Brahmans on the meaning of the Sacrificial Prayers, and on the Origin, Performance, and Sense of the Rites of the Vedic Religion.
Page 34 - Manning. — AN INQUIRY INTO THE CHARACTER AND ORIGIN OF THE POSSESSIVE AUGMENT in English and in Cognate Dialects.
Page 2 - Nos. 1 to 14, 6s. each ; No. 15, 2 Parts, 4s. each ; No. 16, 2 Parts, 4s. each; No. 17, 2 Parts, 4s. each; No. 18, 6s. These 18 Numbers form Vols. I. to IX.— Vol. X., Part 1, op.; Part 2, 5s.; Part 3, 5s.— Vol.
Page 46 - Jamaspji Asa's Glossary to the Arda Viraf Namak, and from the Original Texts, with Notes on Pahlavi Grammar by EW West, Ph.D.
Page 47 - Vols. XI. and XII. Select Specimens of the Theatre of the Hindus. Translated from the original Sanskrit. By the late HH Wilson, MA, FRS Third corrected Edition.
Page 23 - ON EARLY ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION, -with especial reference to Shakspere and Chaucer.