Philological Proofs of the Original Unity and Recent Origin of the Human Race: Derived from a Comparison of the Languages of Asia, Europe, Africa, and America. Being an Inquiry how Far the Differences in the Languages of the Globe are Referrible to Causes Now in Operation
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Adelung affinity Africa Algonquyn dialects American Indian dialects ancient Anglo-Saxon Appendix applied Asia Asiatic Basque Celtic and Gothic Celtic dialects Celtic Languages Celts Chinese Compare comparison conclusion connexion continent Cymraeg derived distinct Egypt Egyptian English Europe European languages evidence examples Fire forms Fulahs Gaelic Gaul German Gothic Grammar Greek guages Hand Heaven Hebrew Human Race Icelandic identical imitative Indo-European Indo-European languages inferred inflections instances Irish languages Latin Mandan means metaphorical MIDDLE—Negroes modern MODIFICATION Moon Mountains names nations nature Negro Negro-land North American Indian North—Egyptians noticed Nouns Nubia numerous observed occur original unity Pehlwi Persian plural Ponceau Prichard primitive principle Pronouns proofs resemblance River Roman roots Samoied Sanscrit Saxon Scandinavian Semetic Sir William Jones South South Africa South—Hottentots specimens stream synonymes tongues tribes Verb Water Welsh and Irish words writers