Hermes Scythicus: Or, The Radical Affinities of the Greek and Latin Languages to the Gothic ; Illustrated from the Moeso-Gothic, Anglo-Saxon, Francic, Alemannie, Suio-Gothic, Icelandic Etc. To which is Prefixed a Dissertation on the Historical Proofs of the Scythin Origin of the Greeks
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A.S. version according adverb affinity Alem analogous ancient Antiq Apollo appears asserts Atlantic Belg called Caucones composition conjecture corresponding dative deduced deity Delos denominated denotes derived designation Deucalion dialects Diana Diodorus Siculus Dionysius Halicarnassensis Edda etymon Eumolpus evidently faura foer Geogr Germ Getae given gives Goth Gothic Greece Greeks Gudm Hellenes Hence Herodotus Hist Homer Hyperboreans idea inhabitants Junius Jupiter language Latins learned writers Leleges letters manner Matt meaning mentioned merely mith mode Moes.G nations northern noun observed occurs ofer particle passage Pausanias Pelasgi Peloponnesus perhaps Phenician phrase prefixed preposition primary sense proof radically rendered resemblance retained Romans Rudbeck Saturn says scarcely Scot Scythian origin seems shew signifies Somner Strabo Su.G subjoins superlative supposed synonymous term Teut Teutates Thessaly Thrace Thracians tion traced ufar Ulphilas verb Verel viewed Wachter whence word worship