German for the English; 1st Reading Book Easy Poems with Interlinear Translations & Ill. by Notes and Tables Chiefly Etymological

German for the English; 1st Reading Book Easy Poems with Interlinear Translations & Ill. by Notes and Tables Chiefly Etymological

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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. 1878 edition. Excerpt: ...wave, shield: to mutter, waver, shelter. From the Adverbs "behind, long, out: to hinder, linger, utter. From the Verbs beat, hang, slop: to batter, hanker, slobber. The German Verb-Suffixes are few and not very impoitant. We here select four of them: -ci (or -er), -tg, -ir, and $. 17----el -er. a.--Diminutive (especially Engl. Equiv.: --often, -le, -er. Doing an action in a small way, or a number of times in succession.--Often implying Contempt. Comes the Derivative Verb alteln be getting elderly or oldish. aitgeln to ogle. betteln beg; whence Settler beggar. to fan. ftittetn gather in small folds, crimp, pucker, rumple. flattern flutter. flitftem whisper. frofteln chill; micty froftelt I feel chilly. tyanbeln keepputtingthehand to, handle, treat, trade. fltngeln tinkle, ring (a small bell). Iad)etn smile. UeBeln play at loving, flirt. s From (Old Germ, rtefen) faufen to whizz, roar Boot conn, with fdjeinen shine, seem, sham fdjtafen to sleep Boot conn, with smite fcfyiitten to shed or shoot (as rubbish) Boot conn, with fprten, spirt, spread, spray ftreien to strike in passing, graze tropfen, triefen to drop, drip toiegen to wag, swag, sway (to and fro) Boot conn, with toaten to wade, Lat. vad-, &c. SBiij wit Steven, jog tow, tug to draw 19.--fax Making, Doing borrowed from the French-ir as in venir, etc., and added chiefly to Foreign or Technical words. From Latin divid-French friser French gener f)oilb half Latin invent-us found French marcher Latin multipllc-, manifold profit profit Latin reg @d)atte shadow Latin stude Comes the Derivative Verb btetbtren divide. frifiren frizzle, curl, dress (hair). (fiety) gentren be ill at ease. albtten halve, tntoenttren make an inventory (or list of things found), ...show more

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  • Paperback | 30 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 73g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236637682
  • 9781236637680