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" Milton, successfully imitated that practice by the introduction of antiquated expressions, which removed their language from the common idiom, and cast a venerable gloom of solemnity on their style. To that principle may in a great measure, be attributed... "
Elements of Greek Grammar: Used in Yale College - Page 182
by Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1833 - 259 pages
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1820 - 270 pages
...propriety been called the Homeric Digamma. That great Poet adopted the original forms of the .iEolic and Ionic Dialects,* which threw a majestic air of...avoid every hiatus of vowels ; but the absence of a G imma : afterwards it asramed the shape of a double Gamma. F, whence it, derives its name. Hence...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes for the Use of Those who Have Made ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1820 - 214 pages
...To that principle may, in a great measure, be attributed the frequent use of the Digamma by Horner. The use of the Digamma having been insensibly abolished...ancient Inscriptions. The harmonious ear of the Poet has led him sedulously to avoid every hiatus of vowels; but the absence of the Digamma made him inharmonious...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1821 - 271 pages
...poetry, and the model of all succeeding poets. insensibly abolished by the introduction of A.spirates, transcribers of the works of Homer neglected to mark...Inscriptions. The harmonious ear of the Poet had led him seduously to avoid every hiatus of vowels ; hut the absence of the Digamina made him inharmonious and...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1822 - 224 pages
...of antiquity on his poetry. Tins ancient form Homer dignifies by the appellation of the language o( the Gods. Virgil, and among the moderns, Tasso and...remove in some degree this difficulty, his Commentators intei posed the final v,t or for 6.TO, from i\o ; ГаЛ, gaudco, for FsnT, fr'c. It has frequently...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...and cast a venerable gloom of solemnity on their style. To that principle may in a great measure, b attributed the frequent use of the Digamma by Homer....remove in some degree this difficulty, his Commentators intei posed the final v,i or for лто, from i\o ; ГаЛа>, gaudeo, for FxJu, &c. It has frequently...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...their style. To that principle may in a great measure, be attributed the frequent use of the Digamraa by Homer. The use of the Digamma having been insensibly...remove in some degree this difficulty, his Commentators inlet posed the final v,t or for IKTO, from гло ; ГлГио, gaudco, for FsJa, &c. It has frequently...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1825 - 271 pages
...exemplified in the modern word auyov, an egg, which the Greeks pronounce of one, gutturalizing one. The use of the Digamma having been insensibly abolished...led him sedulously to avoid every hiatus of vowels ; bat the absence of the Digamma made him inharmonious and defective. To remove, in some degree, this...
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A Treatise on Homer, with miscellaneous questions

John Richard Darley (bp. of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh.) - 1839 - 154 pages
...of the digamma having been insensibly abolished by the introduction of aspirates, the transcribers of Homer neglected to mark it, and at length the vestiges...existence were confined to a few ancient inscriptions. To remove the hiatus, his commentators interposed v, or the particles 7', , т ; (but these couldnotsuitevery...
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Rudiments of the Greek language, upon the basis of Wettenhall

George Newenham Wright - 1840
...venerable gloom of solemnity on their style. To that principle may, in a great measure, be attributed the use of the Digamma by Homer. The use of the Digamma...confined to a few ancient inscriptions. The harmonious car of the Poet has led him sedulously to avoid every hiatus of Vowels ; but the absence of the Digamma...
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