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We also ask that you: Make non- commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. For the Etymology we must refer to Bucheler’s Grundriss der lateinischen Declination (2d edition, by Windekilde, 1879) and to Schweizer-Sidler’s Lateinische Grdmmatik (1888) ; also to many articles in various journals, most of which are given by Stolz. xv.) A bibliography of the treatises on Prosody and Versification may be found in Gleditsch’s treatise in the second volume of Muller’s Handbuch ; this, with Plessis’ Metrique Grecque et Latine (1889), has been made the basis of the chapter on Prosody ; but in the treatment of early metres, regard has been had to Klotz (Altr&mische Metrik , 1890), and to Lindsay’s recent papers on the Saturnian in the A. Muller ; fragmentary Scenic Poets from the edition of Ribbeck.
Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google’s system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. Indis- pensable is Neue’s Formenlehre der lateinischen Sprache , of which the second volume of the third edition has already appeared (1892) and the first parts of the third volume (1894), under the careful revision of Wagener; also Georges’ Lexikon der lateinischen Wortformen (1890). Special care has been taken to make the quotations exact both in spelling and wording ; and any variation in the spelling of individual words is therefore due to the texts from which the examples are drawn. SECTION Letters and Syllables 1-15 Alphabet, 1; Vowels, 2, 3; Diphthongs, 4; Conso- nants, 6, 7 ; Phonetic Variations, 8, 9; Syllables, 10, 11 ; Quantity, 12-14 ; Accentuation, 15.
Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. As in the Preface to the old grammar, so in the Preface to the new, it is considered out of place to enlarge on the excellence of the methods followed ; but as the new gram- mar embraces a multitude of details that were not taken up in the old grammar, it has been thought fit that Professor Lodge should indicate the sources of the notes with which he has enriched a manual that has held its modest place for more than a quarter of a century. Many matters of importance both in Etymology and Syntax are treated in the Archiv fiir lateinische Lexikographie , and the construc- tions with individual words are often well discussed in Krebs’ Anti - ba/rbaru8 der lateinischen Sprache (6th edition, by Schmalz, 1886). The question of the correct measurement of hidden quantities is still an unsettled one in Latin ; for the sake of consistency the usage of Marx, HHUfsbuchlein fur die Aussprache der lateinischen Vokale in positionslangen Silben (2d edition, 1889) has been followed.
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Comparative Sentences 638-644 Correlative, 642 ; with atque or So, 643 ; with quam, 644. 645-663 Historical Infinitive, 647 ; Or Sti O Obllqua, 648 ; Moods in, 650-652; Tenses in, 653-655; Conditional Sentences in, 656-659 ; Pronouns, 660 ; Partial Ob- liquity, 062, 663. For Y the sound was used, for Z the Greek name (zfita). II (arbores, fem .), are feminine: Aegyptus, Egypt ; Rhodus, Rhodes ; pirns, a pear-tree ; abiss, a fir-tree .
Participial Sentences 664-670 Arrangement of Words and Clauses ....
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Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that’s often difficult to discover. The following supplementary note may serve to embody a partial bibliography of the more important works used in this revision, and some necessary explanations of the method : Fairly complete bibliographies of works on Latin Etymology and Syntax may be found in Reisig’s Vorlesungen fober lateinische Sprachwissenschaft (new edition, by Hagen, Schmalz, and Landgraf, 1881-1888), and in the Lateinische Grammatik of Stolz and Schmalz (in Muller’s Handbuch der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft; 2d edition, 1890).
A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Infinitive 419-424 Subject, 422; Object, 423; Predicate, 424. Compound Sentence 472-670 Coordinate Sentence 473-503 Copulative, 474-482; Adversative, 483-491 ; Dis- junctive, 492-497 ; Causal and Illative, 498-503. Subordinate Sentences 504-670 Moods in, 508; Sequence of Tenses, 509-519; Re- flexive in, 520-522. Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book’s long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. Important also are the Grammars of Kuhner (1877, 1878) * and Roby (1881, 1882) ; though many statements in both, but especially in the former, must be corrected in the light of more recent study. Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Miller, Associate of the Johns Hopkins University, who has laid us both under especial obligations by his careful studies in the difficult chapter of Versification. Some indications of more modern theories may be found in * A new Historical Grammar, by Stolz, Schmalz, Landgraf, and Wagener, was announced by Teubner in 1891. ▼ the Erlduterungen zur lateinischen Grammatik of Deecke (1893). In the matter of the order of words we have followed Weil’s treatise on the Order of Words, translated by Super (1887).
Concessive Sentences 603-609 Digitized by Google X CONTENTS. 702-717 General Rules, 702-706 ; of Final Syllables, 707- 713; of Stem Syllables, 714 ; of Compounds, 715 ; in Early Latin, 716, 717. PAGES Appendix 491-493 Roman Calendar, Roman Weights and Measures, Roman Money, Roman Names. 503-546 General Index Digitized by c^oo Qle LATIN GRAMMAR ETYMOLOGY. Z had occurred in the earliest times, but had been lost, and its place in the alphabet taken by G, which was introduced after C acquired the sound of K. i) are masculine, except Aegyptus, Chius, Chersonfisus, Cyprus, Delos, fipfrus, Lemnos, Lesbos, Peloponnesus, Rhodus, Samos, Bosporus (the country). Neuter are acer, maple ; l Sser, a plant ; papaver, poppy (also masc. These substantives are called epicene (eir Cicoiva, utrique generi communia y common to each gender).