A Complete Etymology of the English Language: Containing the Anglo-Saxon, French, Dutch, German, Welsh, Danish, Gothic, Swedish, Gaelic, Italian, Latin and Greek Roots, and the English Words Derived Therefrom Accurately Spelled, Accented, and Defined
A.S. Barnes & Company, 1876 - 319 pages
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A. S. BARNES Anglo-Saxon animal belonging bend bird bird of prey blow body breathe cloth color comes Comrat cover Danish draw dress Dutch earth English Language fasten female fish flax flower fluid foot French give grain GREEK ALPHABET grow hair heat heavy hold hole horse inclosure instrument intj juniper berries kind language Latin light liquor living malt liquor manner marriage mean ment metal mind motion move noise Note.—The one's pain peevish pello person pertaining piece plant prep preterit quadruped quick relating resembling ROOTS AND DERIVATIVES round Rule sail Saxon sea fowl sharp shining ship side Signifies skin sleep soft sound stick stone strike strong substance suffix syllable taste thin thing throw tree turn twist verb vessel violent vowel wheel wind wood words ending