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5-stems Ablative Singular Ablaut Accusative Plural Accusative Singular Adverbs analogy Aorist appears appended assimilation become Brugmann classical Clause of Characteristic compensatory lengthening compounds consonant stems Dative Dative Singular Declension developed diphthong disappeared earlier early Latin ending English example final formation Genitive Genitive Singular grammarians Greek Grundriss guttural Indicative Indo-European case-ending Indo-European parent-speech inflection inscriptions Keil labial Lateinische Latin Language Latin words Locative long vowel Marx and Lewis mihi mute nasal Neuter Nominative Plural Nominative Singular nouns oblique occurs Optative original Oscan Parataxis passim Perfect phonetic Plautus Plural.—The preposition primitive Priscian probably pronunciation quin Quintilian regularly became Relative Clauses represents result rhotacism Romance languages Romance points root Sanskrit semivowel short vowel shortened sometimes sonant sound spelling spirant stress accent strong grade Subjunctive Substantive Clauses suffix syllables termination tibi tion tive unaccented Velius Longus verbs Vocative weak grade whence
Page 32 - ... simple and easy of application, — devised by some Greek grammarian for the division of words in writing, when one 1 Such seems to be the conception of Professor Bennett, eg, who (p. 31 of the Appendix) justifies skepticism with regard to the correctness of these rules for Latin by referring to " the irresponsible borrowing in the case of the testimony of the grammarians concerning the pronunciation of z.
Page 34 - In the Appendix, p. 32, he uses Priscian's argument from ablatus and abrado to show that in such words the mute must have been joined with the preceding vowel. Then, a little later, he says, "As regards the rule laid down in the Grammar (§ 4, 4), to the effect that prepositional compounds are separated into their component parts, the evidence seems altogether against this. The division per-eo, inter-ea, gives us a closed (ie long) syllable, whence it would appear that the actual division in such...