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A Grammatical Analyzer: Or, the Derivation and Definition of Words with ...
William Jewett Tenney
No preview available - 2015
able ably ableness able ation able less Abstract adjective Adverbs affixed to roots Archos as—not as—to atical ation ator ation er ative atory beforehand Changes Class of Words Definitions derivative words discourse earth edly edness ence English language etical Exercise 16 Exercise 9 Facio factum ful less Grapho Greek word ible ibly ical ically ification ility iness ing,ed ing,ed,s ingly ion ion istical ition ive ion ive ively iy iy iy iy liness iy ness er Kratos Latin Latin word less lessly lessness ling Logos ly ness Manner ment er Metron modified as radicals ness ness original idea ous ously Personal quality relative radical idea Radical Nouns radical word represented ress Rule 11 shut signification expressed signifying a quality signifying action relative sion sively siveness Subst suffixes tical tically verb Verbal roots Woed write
Page 197 - A little circle whose centre is in the circumference of a greater...
Page 7 - The final consonant of any word, accented on the last syllable and preceded by a single vowel, is doubled before a suffix beginning with a vowel ; as, occur, occurrence. THE CHANGING OF LETTERS.
Page 108 - A prefix is a letter or syllable added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning : dis in disobey.
Page 200 - si -a, n. (Gr. anti, onoma) the use of the name of some office or dignity instead of the name of the person. An'tre, n.
Page 9 - In some instances, when the suffix begins with i, the final y of the radical is dropped ; as — eulogy, eulogist ; dropsy, dropsical.