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Author Key, Thomas Hewitt, 1799-l875

Title Philological essays / T. Hewitt Key ... .
Published London : Bell & Daldy, 1868


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Description xiv, 336 pages ; 22 cm
Contents On the representatives of ana in allied languages.--On the prepositions eni, in, and related words.--On the Latin prepositions re and pro.--On the German prefix ver and allied forms.--Post and after the same word.--On the so-called 'alpha privative.'--The Latin et, que, atque (ac), and the Greek kai, te, all of one origin.--On the Latin particles aut, an, nĕ.--On plural forms in Latin with a singular meaning, and especially on Virgil's use of menta.--Excrescent consonants.--On false division of suffixes.--Qvaeritvr: The Sanskrit language as the basis of linguistic science; and the labours of the German school in that field--are they not over-valued? First part.--Qvaeritvr. Second part.--Postscript to Qvaeritvr
Notes "The following papers are in part now published for the first time, in part reprinted from the 'Transactions of the Philological society,' but with many changes or additions."--Pref
The preface contains a list of philological papers published by the author
Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site
Subject Greek language -- Etymology.
Greek language -- Particles.
Indo-European philology.
Latin language -- Etymology.
Latin language -- Particles.
LC no. 13026399