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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS KΑ)

(CONTINUED FROM  16/11/19) 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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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (ι)

(ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ ΑΠΟ 10/11/19) CHAPTER 3. DIONYSIUS ON THE GRAMMATICAL THEORY OF THE PARTS OF SPEECH3.1. IntroductionOur study of Dionysius’ integration of different language disciplines will continuewith an examination of the connections between grammar and rhetoric. Ancientgrammar focused on the word … Continue reading

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ETYMONS GRECS ET LATINS DU VOCABULAIRE SCIENTIFIQUE FRANÇAIS (ID)

(en suivant de  8/11/19) insect- insecta, orum : insectes – inseco, -are, insecui, insectum : couper, disséquer v. ENTOMO-, in- 2- -sec(t)- – ex : insecticide, insectifuge, insectivore insémin- bas lat. insemino, -are, inseminaui, inseminatum : semer dans, répandre dans … Continue reading

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THE GLAGOLITHIC ALPHABET,ANOTHER HELLENIC SCRIPTURE (VIeL)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  14/09/18) 3.2.5. Others Thus far, it has been shown that Glagolitic was created based on several models: Greek, Armenian, Hebrew, and arguably Latin. The link between these scripts is not only phonetic but also structural and formal. … Continue reading

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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS K)

(CONTINUED FROM  13/09/18) 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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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (θ)

(ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ ΑΠΟ 3/09/18) conversation between Candaules and Gyges).166 In his analysis of these texts, Dionysius distinguishes between three aspects, namely the subject matter or thoughts, the words, and the composition. His argument is in both cases that neither the subject … Continue reading

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ETYMONS GRECS ET LATINS DU VOCABULAIRE SCIENTIFIQUE FRANÇAIS (IC)

(en suivant de  8/09/18) I Avertissement : consulter d’abord les entrées il-, im-, in-, infra-, intel-, inter-, intr-, ir-, -ISO- pour les mots composés de ces préfixes -ia suff. f. utilisé pour latiniser surtout en bot. des appellations de plantes … Continue reading

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS IC

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  20/07/17) (TO BE CONTINUED) A PHILOLOGICAL INTRODUCTION TO GREEK AND LATIN FOR STUDENTS. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN OF FERDINAND BAUR, DR. PH., Professor in Maulbronn by C. KEGAN PAUL, M.A., OXON, AND E. D. STONE, M.A., … Continue reading

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THE GLAGOLITHIC ALPHABET,ANOTHER HELLENIC SCRIPTURE (VId)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  14/07/17) 3.2.1. Greek As shown in Table 1, some letters of the Glagolitic alphabet look similar to the corresponding Greek letters. It seems natural that some of the letters representing Greek-only sounds resemble the Greek original forms: … Continue reading

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ENGLISH WORDS OF NO APPARENT GREEK ORIGIN (MEROS ITH)

(CONTINUED FROM  15/07/17) 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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Dionysius of Halicarnassus peri gloottas physioos (η)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  10/7/17) (TO BE CONTINUED) NOTES  

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ETYMONS GRECS ET LATINS DU VOCABULAIRE SCIENTIFIQUE FRANÇAIS (IB)

(en suivant de  16/07/17) H Avertissement : Consulter d’abord les entrées HÉMI-, HYPHYPER-, HYPO- pour les mots composés de ces préfixes habit- 1. habito, -are : fréq. de habeo, -ere, habui, habitum (avoir) : avoir souvent ; occuper ex : … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (Z)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  27/11/2015) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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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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