An English School Grammar; With Very Copious Exercises, and a Systematic View of the Formation and Derivation of Works, Comprising Anglo-Saxon, Latin, and Greek Lists, Which Explain the Etymology of Above Seven Thousand English Words

An English School Grammar; With Very Copious Exercises, and a Systematic View of the Formation and Derivation of Works, Comprising Anglo-Saxon, Latin, and Greek Lists, Which Explain the Etymology of Above Seven Thousand English Words

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...(venter, the bellu), obloquy. collusive, delusive, ludicrous, illusion. 317. Ltldo, I play; xshb, played; prelude, allude, elude, delude, Interlude, 218. Luna, the moon/ lunar, lunatic, sublunary. 219. Luo, I wash; ablution, dilute, diluvial, antediluvian. Lustrum, a purifying; lustration, illustrate, lustre. 2t0. Lux, lucis, light; lucid, pellucid, elucidate.--Lumen, light; luminous. 221 Magnus, great; magnitude, magnificent (113), magnanimous (15). Major, greater; major, majority, majesty, mayor. Migister, a master; magistrate, magisterial. EXERCISE LIU. t8T Write out two other Derivatives from 179,101,194. 202,204.205.206 26, 214, 217, 220; four others from 1S3, 203, 221 222. Malus, bad; malady, maltreat, malcontent, malice, malignant. 323. Mamma, a breast; mamma, mammalia, mammiferous (121). 224. Mando, I bid, I give in charge; demand, remand, command, man date (93), command. 225. Maneo, I stay; remain, remnant, mansion, p6rmanant. 226. Manas, the hand; manuscript 411), manual, manacle, emancipate (43), maintain (462). 227. Mare, the sea; marine, maritime, marinert submarine. 228. Mater, a mother; maternal, matron, matricide (40), matriculate. 229. Maturus, ripe; mature, maturate, immature, premature. 230. Medius, middle; medium, medi6crity, mediator, immediate, Mediter ranean (467) (as being surrounded by land), meridian 87) here meridian is equivalent to medidian, the r being used to avoid the two d's) 231. Medeor, I heal; medical, medicine, remedy, remedial. 232. Melj mellis, honey; mellifluous (138), mellifluent. 233. MSlior, better; meliorate, amelioration. 234. Memor, mindful; memory, memorable, memoir, commemorate mem6rial, memorandum, remember. 235. Mendax, /afcef-mendacity, mendacious. 236. Mens, mentis, the mind; mental, vehement...show more

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