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Accus Adject Armorica Caes Corn Cornica Dativ Genit Infinitivus Inscr Inscript Itin Land Orell Oxon Pass Praes Prisc Rhed Vocab aliis aoruc armor aspirata brit britannica cach cambr cambrica cambricis cdch chart codice codicibus compos compositis consonarum consonas cujus derivatis deus doib exempla extra positionem flexio forma gael gall glossis hibern hibernica hibernicis hibernicum hodie hodierna lingua hujus hynny infectio infectionis infra initio vocum inna inso interdum ished item lingua cambrica lingua celtica lingua hibernica liquidas marchawc masc neutr nomen nomina nominibus gallicis numeralia numeri obtinet obvia omnibus originaria particula pers persona plur pluralis positione praep praepositiones pron pronomen pronomina quamvis scriptio sine sing sive subst substantiva supra tamen tenues tenuium terminatio terminationes verbum vetusta vetustis vobis vocales vocalibus vocibus
Page xlii - ANCIENT LAWS AND INSTITUTES OF WALES ; comprising Laws supposed to be enacted by Howel the Good ; modified by subsequent Regulations under the Native Princes, prior to the Conquest by Edward the First ; and anomalous Laws, consisting principally of Institutions which, by the Statute of Ruddlan, were admitted to continue in force.
Page xliii - The Mabinogion, from the Llyfr Coch O Hergest and other ancient Welsh Manuscripts, with an English Translation and Notes. By Lady Charlotte Guest.
Page xi - Cornu-Britannica, or an Essay to preserve the ancient Cornish language — containing the rudiments of that dialect in a Cornish grammar and Cornish-English vocabulary...
Page x - A Practical Grammar of the Ancient Gaelic, or Language of the Isle of Man, usually called Manx.
Page x - A GAELIC DICTIONARY, in Two Parts. I. Gaelic and English. II. English and Gaelic. In which the words, in their different acceptations, are illustrated by quotations from the best Gaelic writers...
Page x - Gaelic words, with their different significations in English ; and the Second Part comprising a Vocabulary of English words, with their various meanings in Gaelic.
Page xlv - Mount Calvary, or the History of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ...
Page xlv - Jesus Christ. Written in Cornish (as it may be conjectured) some Centuries past. Interpreted in the English tongue, in the Year 1682, by John Keigwin, Gent. Edited by Davies Gilbert.