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The German Influence on The English Vocabulary
H W Fowler by G G Coulton
The Dutch Influence on The English Vocabulary
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A. C. Benson adjective Admiral American appears Arabic borrowed Brown called Carlyle Christian names coined Coleridge common compound epithets course dear dialect diction Dictionary distinction doubt Dutch earlier Engl England English vocabulary example expression Faerie Queene familiar father formal Fowler French H. W. Fowler High German Indian English influence instance James Boswell John Howard John Smith Jones kind King Lear Lady language later Latin less letter literary literature loan-word Lord Low German Mansfield Park Mary Master meaning Middlesex Milton Miss modern natural never noun Ode to Psyche origin Oxford perhaps Persian Persian words person phrase poems poetic poetry poets practice prefixed prose quoted reference Scholar Gipsy Scott Scottish Sedbergh seems senior sense seventeenth century Shakespeare sometimes speaker speech spelling Spenser style suggested surname term things tion to-day translation usage verb verse wife writing wrote