A Vocabulary of the Sgau-Karen Language

A Vocabulary of the Sgau-Karen Language

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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. 1849 edition. Excerpt: ...d0.; 3. DeriV-f0l'm, "Q reduced, abated, as disease, n=9 co. of the term for shake, joggle, twitch; 4. With prefixes, n'1incantation, no straighten and even the threads comprising the warp, ng strike the lay or batten, I100 co. ofthe term for insert the threads of the woof, lloo insert the threads of the woof, "=1 same as 5; u'-5 weave, as cloth, noq co. to a phrase denoting a certain amusement of children, uoo lay or arrange the threads of warp preparatory to weaving, use open the warp for the insertion of the woof, nJ0 a piece of web in the process of weaving, uJJ move the rods in weaving. r_ oo def. 4. nqn; 3xoo 4, non see 63: o%Soo 4. new see was; oSoo 4. II=I co. of 8'5oo u 4. noon see 88; 4. ll3Jl; O0'lCD 4. uosu 1 Q5OO 1, uofin; 4. ='1iI C0. 0f08G080Q Il 9 06 1. Iun water; also a general name for liquids, it;-0 co. of the term for country, no co. of the term for beads, n90 pure, genuine, co. of the term for true, guileless, llvqq accurately, definitely, distinctly, clearly, user; co. of the term for pure, genuine, unadulterated; 2. With afiixes, II9 water god, kind of dragon, also Q co. to the term for lord of the earth, us spring tides, nG a sheet of water, freshet, uq bubbles on water, uo_'a tank, pond, n09 side streams or channels in distinction from a main stream, I: Q an eddy, whirlpool, twater jug, nos the channel of a stream, the stream itself, noq head ofa stream, "00 the mouth of a jug, goglet, and the like, containing water, nag any thing suspended or placed above a body of water, 0.10 the foot of a stream, either outlet or any part below rapids, vJ= hot water, nu a large water insect, resembling a beetle, IIJQ a viscid or slimy...show more

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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236914201
  • 9781236914200