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Of the Orthographie and Congruitie of the Britan Tongue
Alexander Hume (Schoolmaster)
Visualização completa - 1865
accent Alexander Hume Alexr Alliterative alwayes alyk antepenult apostrophus Arthur auctoritie awn sound beath befoer the voual betuene Bodleian Libraries BRITAN TONGUE British Museum broaken Cambridge College Committee consonant consonantes Covent Garden dialect Dictionary Didlington differ diphthong diphthong sound divydes doctour Early English Edinburgh edited exemple F. J. Furnivall Glasgow grammar greek guttural HARROWING OF HELL hath heer Henry Herbert Coleridge idiom judiciouse King latin letter leve hardlie Library London lyke maest Majesties Manchester midle mikle montan mouth nether noated noun onelie ORTHOGRAPHIE past befoer person printed printeres pronunce punct quha quhat quhen quher quherof quhither quho quhom qwMk reason Regent's Richard Morris School Scotland sect Sir Gawayne sould sound quhilk spak stiddie Street stryking sueet sundrie syllab symboliz ther therfoer thou wrytes tuae tuich Tyme past verb w«th wald Wheatley word written wryte yallou
Página 42 - OF GENESIS AND EXODUS, an Early English Song, of about 1250 AD Edited for the first time from the unique MS. in the Library of Corpus Christ!
Página 41 - Dictionaries are a class of books not usually esteemed light reading ; but no intelligent man were to be pitied who should find himself shut up on a rainy day in a lonely house in the dreariest part of Salisbury Plain, with no other means of recreation than that which Mr. Wedgwood's Dictionary of Etymology could afford him.
Página 18 - Ther rease, upon sum accident, qnhither quho, qtihen, qtihat, etc., should be symbolised with q or w, a hoat disputation betuene him and me. After manie conflictes (for we oft encountered), we met be chance, in the citie of Baeth, with a Doctour of divinitie of both our acquentance. He invited us to denner. At table my antagonist...