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" Arabic language 9 is pronounced \V ; but in the soft Persian, which may be called a polished dialect of it, it is sounded V. According to these principles, it is probable that the Digamma final, or before a consonant, was pronounced like our F, and before... "
The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes - Page 245
by Richard Valpy - 1821 - 271 pages
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes, for the Use of Those, who Have ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1807 - 206 pages
...that of V is not confined to the Greek and Latin : in the rough Arabie language j is pro. nounced W ; but in the soft Persian, which may be called a polished...pronounced like our F, and before a vowel like our V. Thus ▀a.Ti\eu; is now pronounced vastlefs. The analogy subsists in the French neuf, neuve, and in...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich, Caspar Frederic Hachenberg - Greek language - 1814 - 317 pages
...to V in sound, and so remote from W, it may be considered as some argument in favor of the former. According to these principles, it is probable that...pronounced like our F, and before a vowel like our V. It has-been observed that .;•'.-;?.'.;•.• is pronoun* ced vaiitefi. The analogy subsists in French,...
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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
...that of V is not confined to the Greek and Latin ; in the rough Arabic language у is pronounced W ; but in the soft Persian, which may be called a polished...these principles, it is probable that the Digamma iina!, or before a consonant, was pronounced like our F, and before a vowel, like our V. Indeed, V...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1820 - 270 pages
...some argument in favor of the former. According to these principles, it is probable that the Disramma final or before a consonant was pronounced like our F, and before a vowel like our V. It has been observed that ▀sia-ihtvs is pronounced vatilefs. The analosy subsists in French, neuf,...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...to V in sound,' and so remote from W, it may be considered as some argument in favor of (he former. According to these principles, it is probable that...consonant was pronounced like our F, and before a vowe like our V. It has been observed that ▀xTit.tv; is pronounced vasilrfs The analogy fubsists in...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...from W, it may he considered as some argument in favor of the former. According to these principle?, it is probable that the Digamma final or before a consonant was pronounced like our F, and before a vowe like our V. It has been observed that флгплщ is pronounced vasilrfs The analogy ^bsists...
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A Treatise on Homer, with miscellaneous questions

John Richard Darley (bp. of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh.) - 1839 - 154 pages
...Greek writers in the v reign of the Caesars Ovipyt\ioš. This opinion Dunbar adopts. It is possible that the digamma final, or before a consonant, was...pronounced like our F, and before a vowel like our V. (The Ionic Vau or Baй seems to have been the same as the-ЖоИс digamma.) Thus olvoc vinum, otкoc...
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