The Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, with Copious Notes, Illustrating the Structure of the Saxon, and the Formation of the English Language, and a Grammatical Praxis, with a Literal English Version, to Which Are Prefixed Remarks on the

The Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, with Copious Notes, Illustrating the Structure of the Saxon, and the Formation of the English Language, and a Grammatical Praxis, with a Literal English Version, to Which Are Prefixed Remarks on the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1823 edition. Excerpt: ... he sometimes occur for re: e: as, ae he on me bel'IF'8, who believeth on me. Bede. De placed before he in all cases stands for who in the same case: as, De: uph hl pillan, through whose will. Gen.xlv. 8; he Puph h1ne, t rough whom. Matt. xviii. 7; be hma naman, whose name. Numb. xiii. 5. 48. Dee: or Pat is used in Saxon as its derivative that in English, not only as a relative, but as follows: Se Daelenb Pact p1;-'cc, the Saviour knew THAT. Matt. xii. 15; Pact bybe unholbman, an enemy did THAT. Matt. xiii. 28; Ic recge eop. hast: aelc lbel popb, I tell you, THAT even; idle word. Matt. xii. 36; ealle a nng e ge pyllen 15 men eop bon, &e. all things which ye will THAT men do to you, &c. Matt. vii. 12. A pronoun is sometimes set before the article for greater emphasis or distinction: as Cpae'8 he re b1rcop him 'co, the bishop said to him; Cpae'8 heo reo abbubq-re to him, the abbess said to him. Cod. MS. Hickes's Thesaurus, p. 8. 49. The Definitive Dry, this, is declined thus: Sometimes hf, this, in the masculine or feminine gender appears to be less definite than commonly, and. merely supplies the place of the article re, reo, Past the: as Senb upon Par rpjm, Send us into TH!-zswine, Mark v. 12; Da eobon Pa unclaenan gartar on Pa rpyn, Then the unclean irits entered into the swine. 50. The ollowing definitives are declined like mm my, or gob good: Masc. 8; Neut. Fem. Jmg, aem.................amgeany Naemg......................naemgenone fnl1p1coraenl1p13.....aenl1p13e eac/1. Sum........................I-umesome Gall.."....................eallealt file........................aelceall These are declined like adjective pronouns in ep, such as eopep your: Mase. 8; Neut. Fem. Aulaep, opep, olwop, opep, ...show more

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