Festskrift til Vilhelm Thomsen fra disciple: Udgivet i anledning af hans femogtyveårige doktorjubilaeum

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Gyldendal, 1894 - Philology - 368 pages
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Page 59 - A dungeon horrible, on all sides round As one great furnace flamed, yet from those flames No light, but rather darkness visible Served only to discover sights of woe...
Page 27 - ... of one sort or another ; and, however kind and friendly they might be, I, the man without a rag of a label to cover himself with, could not fail to have some of the uneasy feelings which must have beset the historical fox when, after leaving the trap in which his tail remained, he presented...
Page 58 - En France, on fait sa première communion pour en finir avec la religion, on passe son baccalauréat pour en finir avec la science, et on se marie pour en finir avec l'amour.
Page 8 - I should think one would be enough», said Mr. Joseph. »However, two chays, if you like.» Pegge, anf. st., fortæller: I remember a mayor of a country town, who had the same idea of plurality annexed to the word clause; and therefore, whenever he spoke in the singular number, would talk of a claw in an Act of Parliament.
Page 56 - Det var bedre i Steden for at spørge mig om saadant, at I gav eders Søn et Par Ørefigen paa hans Pande-Brask». At Jeronimus her skulde ville være vittig, er aldeles usandsynligt. Helt anderledes forholder det sig derimod med det stød, som Jacob v. Tyboe giver Jesper (II, 2), og om hvilket...
Page 268 - ... ældre eller forældede Betydning, der gaar tabt i Konkurrensen, kan da enten være den oprindelige, mere omfattende Grundbetydning eller en uoprindelig, snevrere Bibetydning. Det sidste er Tilfældet, naar f. Eks. Ordet lattermild nu opfattes som den med den milde Latter: 'Den danske Spøg er ... mindre revsende og blodig. Vi have selv betegnet vor Lyst til at le ved at kalde den latterlystne for den lattermilde'- (G Brandes), og ikke som den, der er mild (mods.
Page 8 - Some people very erroneously pronounce chaise, shn in the singular and shazein the plural. [The pronunciation (poo she«) for post chaise was familiar to me in London fifty years ago.] Our modern fashionable speakers accent European on the last syllable but one. This innovation has happened within a few years, [p. 119] Analogy requires Euro'pean and this is supported by as good authorities as the other. [Footnote p. 118] Hymenean and hymeneal are, by some writers, accented on the...
Page 303 - IRMELIN ROSE Se, der var en Gang en Konge, Mangen Skat han kaldte sin, Navnet paa den allerbedste Vidste hver var Irmelin, Irmelin Rose, Irmelin Sol, Irmelin Alt, hvad der var dejligt. Alle Ridderhjelme spejled Hendes Farvers muntre Pragt, Og med alle Rim og Rytmer Havde Navnet sluttet Pagt: Irmelin Rose, Irmelin Sol, Irmelin Alt, hvad der var dejligt. Hele store Bejlerflokke Der til Kongens Gaarde foer, Bejlede med ømme Lader Og med blomsterfagre Ord: Irmelin Rose, Irmelin Sol, Irmelin Alt, hvad...
Page 26 - Londoners imagine that taters, as they constantly call them in their natural state, is a generic term, and that pot is a prefix which carries with it some specific difference. If so, their idea is that their taters are not to be considered as pot-taters till they are boiled . I vulg.
Page 43 - ... deriverede Betydning og omvendt. Samtidig indtræder naturligvis ogsaa Katakresen; et udmærket talende Exempel anfører Professor Nyrop i „Et Afsnit af Ordenes Liv" : „For mange vil det sikkert være en utilladelig skødesløshed, når det for nogle år siden hed i aviserne, at der i Bohmen var født siamesiske tvillinger, og dog har hundreder af mennesker læst det, uden i mindste måde at finde det mærkeligt, da „siamesisk...

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