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Türkçede Rumca ve Yunanca Alıntılar Üzerine -THE HELLENIC ROMAN AND IONIAN WORDS IN TURKISH LANGUAGE (1)

Batı dillerinde İng. Greek, Fr. Grec, Alm. griechische, Rus. грек biçiminde adlandırılan Yunan dilini ve kültürünü, Türkçede Yunan ve Yunanca terimleri ile karşılamaktayız. Türkçenin eski sözlüklerinden birini yazan Meninski bu yunan terimini şöyle kaydetmektedir: “jūnān. Jonas. Gens Græcorum, Græcia, ab … Continue reading

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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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ARMENIOS THE COMMON FORFATHERS HERO FROM THETTALY (D)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 31/06/16) (TO BE CONTINUED) Hrach MartirosyanLeiden University NOTES 31 For a discussion, see Clackson 1994: 120–121; Martirosyan 2010: 232–233; Beekes 2010, 1: 534, 1517–1518.32 Mallory/Adams 1997: 409–410; Olsen 1999: 611; Martirosyan 2010: 339; Beekes 2010, 1: 268–269.33 … Continue reading

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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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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (CT)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/2/2015) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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GREEK AND LATIN –TWO HELLENIC DIALECTS / MEROS I

( BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/02/15)   (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, … Continue reading

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HEBREW AND ARABIC ARE ANCIENT HELLENIC DIALECTS (E)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  26/4/2014) (TO BE CONTINUED)

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