Etymologische Forschungen auf dem Gebiete der indo-germanischen Sprachen: unter Berücksichtigung ihrer Hauptformen, Sanskrit; Zend-Persisch; Griechisch-Lateinisch; Littauisch-Slawisch; Germanisch und Keltisch, Volume 2, Parts 3-4
Meyer'sche Hofbuchhandlung, 1869 - Indo-European languages
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Page xxxiii - Unkulunkulu; or, the Tradition of Creation as existing among the Amazulu and other Tribes of South Africa, in their own words, with a translation into English, and Notes.
Page 91 - Etenim omnes artes, quae ad humanitatem pertinent, habent quoddam commune vinculum ; et, quasi cognatione quadam, inter se continentur.
Page xi - Méthode pour déchiffrer et transcrire les noms sanscrits qui se rencontrent dans les livres chinois...
Page xxxiii - HANDBOOK OF AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, AND POLYNESIAN PHILOLOGY, as represented in the Library of His Excellency Sir George Grey, KCB, Her Majesty's High Commissioner of the Cape Colony. Classed, Annotated, and Edited by Sir GEORGE GREY and Dr. HI BLEEK.
Page xxxi - Ga-language, with some specimens of it from the mouth of the natives and a vocabulary of the same, with an appendix on the Adarimedialecl.
Page 662 - Trimurti or triad. She is also the goddess of speech and eloquence, the patroness of music and the arts, and the inventress of the Sanskrit language and the Devanagarf letters.
Page 739 - Aureliam familiam ex Sabinis oriundam a Sole dictam putant, quod ei publice a populo Romano datus sit locus, in quo sacra facerent Soli, qui ex hoc Auseli(i) dicebantur, ut Valesii, Papisii pro eo quod est Valerii, Papirii.
Page xxxiv - Part II. — Amatongo; or, Ancestor Worship, as existing among the Amazulu, in their own words, with a translation into English, and Notes.
Page 440 - Exmoor Glossary, p. 48. SPALT. (1) Brittle; tender; liable to break or split. A carpenter in working a board with a plane, if a bit splits away or breaks off, will say that it spalls off. Harrison says, " of all oke growing in England, the parke oke is the softest, and far more spalt and brickie than the hedge oke.