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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS IB

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/08/16) 2. The other cases denote partly the relations between one object and another, expressed by a noun, partly an attachment of one object to another by motion from the one to the other. These endings … Continue reading

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ETYMONS GRECS ET LATINS DU VOCABULAIRE SCIENTIFIQUE FRANÇAIS (IA)

(en suivant de  4/08/16) G GABA (angl) < Gamma AminoButyric Acid GAD- γάδος, ου : merluche, morue – ex : gade, gadidé, gadiforme gadolinium < Gadolin, chimiste finnois (19e s.) – v. ium – ex : gadolinite GAIA v. GÉO- … Continue reading

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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS IH)

(CONTINUED FROM  1/08/16) Α)Ι ΝΟΣΤΡΙ ΔΙΑΛΕΤΤΙ ΣΟΝΟ ΙΝ ΣΚΡΙΤΤΙ ΚΙ ΟΥΖΑΝΟ ΛΕΤΤΕΡΙ ΔΙ ΑΛΦΑΒΕΤΙ  ΧΑΛΚΙΔΙΤΣΙ,   ΙΟΝΙΤΣΙ Ε ΚΙΡΙΛΙΤΣΙ Β)DEN  PROSPATHOUME NA  APODEIKSOUME OTI TA PANTA PROERCHONTAI APO TOYS HELLEENAS ALLA NA TONISOUME,OTI SCHEDON OLA TA LEKSIKA STAMATOUN STEEN GALLIKEEN EE … Continue reading

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THE GLAGOLITHIC ALPHABET,ANOTHER HELLENIC SCRIPTURE (VIc)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 2/08/16) 3.1. Structure 3.1.1. Greek It has been generally accepted that Glagolitic was patterned on Cursive Greek (Taylor 1881, Leskien 1905, Jagić 1911, Vajs 1932). This is not only testified to by historical manuscripts, such as Xrabr’s … Continue reading

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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (z)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  28/6/16) (TO BE CONTINUED) NOTES SOURCE  ebooks.brillonline.nl

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS IA

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/11/15) I. THE NOMINAL INFLEXION. DECLENSION. XLIV, Elements. The inflexional endings of the noun denote more distinctly a thing which the nominal stem describes indefinitely. 1. According to its sex as a person, or as a … Continue reading

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ETYMONS GRECS ET LATINS DU VOCABULAIRE SCIENTIFIQUE FRANÇAIS (I)

(en suivant de  15/11/15) F -fabul- fabula, ae : propos de la foule ; récit sans fondement ou mythique < (for), fari, fatus sum : parler, dire v. PHATIQUE – ex : fabulateur (syn. mythomane), fabulation facial, ale facies, ei … Continue reading

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