Celtic Linguistics, 1700-1850: pt. 2. The Gael and Cymbri

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Taylor & Francis, 1706 - Celtic languages - 712 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Nations of Europe at the earliest periods
14
CHAPTER I
27
Of the interchange of particular letters between
36
CHAPTER II
44
Of the interchange of sibilant and soft palatine
48
Of the interchange of dental and sibilant letters
58
guages
64
Personal endings of verbs in the Sclavonian dia
105
Terminations characterising the persons
107
Pronoun of the second person
113
Pronoun of the third person
120
Conclusions respecting the personal terminations
133
CHAPTER VI
139
Formation of the preterperfect tense in
145
Of the remaining forms of the verbPoten
152

Names of the principal elements of nature and
70
Verbal roots traced in the Celtic and other Indo
77
Adjectives Pronouns and Particles
87
Personal endings of the Sanskrit verbs
94
CHAPTER VII
162
Analysis of the Celtic verb substantive
170
Inflection of regular verbs in Welsh analysed
184
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