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The Relationship of English to Other Languages
Celtic and Latin Influences in AngloSaxon
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adjective American Anglo Anglo-Saxon words antonomasia aphesis ARAB become borrowed Britain called Celtic language Celtic words Celts century cognate comes common Compare compounds connection contributions cultural Danelaw Danes Danish degenerated Dictionary Dutch elements England English language English words entered English Examples fossil metaphor French Germanic Give the ground-sense Glossary Greek Greek derivative GREEK WORD-ROOTS ground-sense hence hybrid idea indicate Indo-European Indo-European languages influence Italian large number LATIN EXERCISE LATIN WORD-ROOTS Latin words LESSON linguistic literal meaning logos Look means literally meant metathesis metonymy Middle English modern English Norman Norman-French noun original meaning paragoge pejorative pertaining place-names popular etymology present meaning principle refer Related words resemblance Roman Romance languages root Saxon sense sentence slang slang expressions slang words slurring sound speak specialized speech spelling stem suggests SYNECDOCHE term things tion verb vocabulary wassail Words Develop zootomy