A Historical Grammar Of The French Tongue; Translated By G.w. Kitchin by Auguste Brachet

A Historical Grammar Of The French Tongue; Translated By G.w. Kitchin

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1888. Excerpt: ... INDEX. A. A, the French, 58; the Latin, 77. Abbesse (abbess), 199. Abeille (bee), 81. Accent, continuance of Latin, 43; grammatical, 4 note, 94, 95; on vowels, 77; tonic, 93, 94; ora- torical, 95; provincial, ib.; on compounds, 184. Accusative, the Latin, retained in French, 103. Adalhard, St., of Corby, spoke Romance, 15. Addition of letters, 88-90. Adjectives, French, 112-118; used as substantives, 113; compound, 187. Adjutare (to help), 4. Adour, the, 64. Adverbial phrases, 166, 169, 173. Adverbs, 164, 174; of place, 165; time, 166; manner, 169; intensity, 170; affirmative andnegative,l72. Ae, the Latin, 78. Agneau (a lamb), 205. Ai, the French diphthong, 62. Aider (to help), 4. A'ieul (grandfather), 63. Aigle (eagle 66. Aigu (sharp), 61, 78. Aiguiser (to whet), 63. Aile (wing), 62. Ailleurs (elsewhere), 165. Aimer (to love), 59, 77. Aine (elder), 189. Ainsi (so), 180. Airain (brass), 65. Aisselle (armpit), 84. Ait (let him have), 138. Ajouter (to help), 84. Ak (latinised into -acum), 84 note. Alans, 8. Alcuin, 16. Alegre (cheerful), 59. Alentour (around), 166. Alise, 60. Aller (to go), 154, 169. Alleu (property held absolutely), 14. Alouette (lark), 6 note, 205. Alphabet, French and Latin, 56-92. Alun (alum), 44. Amabam, in the Langue d'Oil dialects, 24, 149. Ambes mains (both hands), 117. Ame (the soul), xxviii, 53, 8a. Amer (bitter), 59. Ami (friend), 59, 78. Amiens, 64. Amont (up stream), 166. Amour (love), 57, 107. Analytical tendencies of modern languages, 14. Ancetre (ancestor), 106. Ane (ass), 58. Ange (angel), 58. Anglo-French aristocratic words, 4. Angilbert, 16. Angoisse (anguish), 74, 83. Anguille (eel), 67. Anjou, 76. Anomalous verbs, 160-163. Aout (month August), 48. Aphaeresis, 90. Apocope, 90, 92. Apre (rough), 91. Aquitani, 1. Arabic words in French, 28 note. Arb...

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Title:A Historical Grammar Of The French Tongue; Translated By G.w. KitchinFormat:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:January 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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