New Grammar of the English Tongue

New Grammar of the English Tongue

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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. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...funnel, fusible, diffusion. Fundus, the bottom; foundation, profound (F.), founder. Gens (gentis), a race, people; gentile, genteel (F.), gentle, congenial. Gero (gestum), I bear, carry; gesture, Ruggestion, indigestion. Gradus, a step; gradior (gressus), I go; grade, degrade, graduate; progress (F.), gradient. Gratia, favour, pi thanks; gratitude, ingratiate, gratis. Gravis, heavy; grave, gravity, grief (F.), aggrieve (F.) Habeo (habitum), I have; habit, able, exhibit, prohibition. Hsereo (hsesum), I stick; adhere, adherent, cohesion. Homo, a man; homicide, homage (F.), human, humane. Ignis, fire; ignite, igneous. Impero, I command; imperative, imperial, empire, emperor (F.) Initium, a beginning; initiate, initial. Insula, an island; isle, insular, peninsula. Jacio (jectum), I throw; adjective, project, injection, object, subject. Judex (judicis), a judge; judgment (F.), judicial. Jungo (jmictum), I join; junction, juncture, conjoin (F.), adjunct. Jus (juris), right; justice (F.), jury, injury. Labor (lapsus), I glide; lapse, relapse, collapse. Lapis (lapidis), a stone; lapidary, dilapidated. Laus (laudis), praise; laud, laudable, laudation, allow (F.) Lego (lectum), I gather, read; collect, elector, select; lecture (F.), legend, legible. Lego (legatum), J send; legate, delegate, legacy. Levis, light; levity, alleviate, relief (F.), lever, leaven. Lex (legis), a law; legal, legislate, legitimate. Liber, free; liberal, liberty, libertine. Liber, a book; library, librarian. Ligo, I bind; ligament, religion, oblige (F.), liable (F.) Linquo (lictum), I leave; relinquish, relict, relics. Litera, a letter; literal, literary, litera ture. Locus, a place; local, allocate, dislocate, locomotive. Loquor (locutns), I speak; loquacious, elocution, colloquy....
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  • Paperback | 82 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 163g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236621573
  • 9781236621573