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according affinity already ancient appears Arian Aryas become Brāhmaṇas Brahmanical Buddhist called Ceylon character classes common Compare composed conclusion Dasyus derived Dham dialects distinct doubt earlier edition employed ENGLISH existed explains expression fact former forms further give given gods Grammar Greek hand hymns India Indra inscriptions instances Italy king language Lassen later Latin learned literature living means mentioned natural northern observed occurs opinion origin Pāli passage perhaps period Persian persons portion Prakrit Prākṣit present preserved probable Prof Professor prove question quoted race referred regard region relation religious remarks Rigveda river roots sacred Sanskrit says sense separated speak speech spoken suppose thinks thou tongue translation tribes various Veda Vedic vernacular verse viii volume Wilson words writings Zend
Page 31 - Callaway. — THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM OF THE AMAZULU. Part I. — Unkulunkulu; or, the Tradition of Creation as existing among the Amazulu and other Tribes of South Africa, in their own words, with a translation into English, and Notes.
Page 3 - Bosanquet, Esq. — VIII. On the existing Dictionaries of the Malay Language. By Dr. HN van der Tuuk. — IX. Bilingual Readings : Cuneiform and Phoenician. Notes on some Tablets in the British Museum, containing Bilingual Legends (Assyrian and Phoenician). By Major-General Sir H.
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Page 77 - HALDEMAN. —PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH : A Dialect of South Germany with an Infusion of English. By SS Haldeman, AM , Professor of Comparative Philology in the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 8vo, pp. viii. and 70, cloth. 1872. 3s. 6d.
Page 512 - THE LIFE OR LEGEND OF GAUDAMA, THE BUDDHA OF THE BURMESE. With Annotations. The Ways to Neibban, and Notice on the Phongyies or Burmese Monks. BY THE RIGHT REV.
Page 68 - NUTT. — Two TREATISES ON VERBS CONTAINING FEEBLE AND DOUBLE LETTERS. By R. Jehuda Hayug of Fez. Translated into Hebrew from the original Arabic by R. Moses Gikatilia of Cordova, with the Treatise on Punctuation by the same author, translated by Aben Ezra. Edited from Bodleian MSS., with an English translation, by JW Nutt, MA Demy 8vo, pp. 312, sewed. 1870. 5s. NUTT. — A SKETCH OF SAMARITAN HISTORY, DOGMA, AND LITERATURE. An Introtroduction to "Fragments of a Samaritan Targum.
Page 471 - Arian people, whose whole religion was a worship of the wonderful powers and phenomena of nature, had no sooner perceived that this liquid had power to elevate the spirits, and produce a temporary frenzy, under the influence of which the individual was prompted to, and capable of, deeds beyond his natural powers, than they found in it something divine ; it was to their apprehension a god endowing those into whom it entered with god-like powers ; the plant which afforded it became to them the king...
Page 89 - 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 75 - Maino-i-Khard (The Book of the).— The Pazand and Sanskrit Texts (in Roman characters) as arranged by Neriosengh Dhaval, in the fifteenth century. With an English translation, a Glossary of the Pazand texts, containing the Sanskrit, Rosian, and Pahlavi equivalents, a sketch of Pazand Grammar, and an Introduction. By EW WEST. 8vo. sewed, pp. 484. 1871. 16».