A Greek Reader: Selected Chiefly from Jacobs' Greek Reader, Adapted to Bullions' Greek Grammar, with an Introduction on the Idioms of the Greek Language; Notes, Critical and Explanatory; And an Improved Lexicon (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from A Greek Reader: Selected Chiefly From Jacobs' Greek Reader, Adapted to Bullions' Greek Grammar, With an Introduction on the Idioms of the Greek Language; Notes, Critical and Explanatory; And an Improved Lexicon

Vowels before a simple consonant is marked where there appeared to be any danger of mistake; but before a vowel they are to be considered short or doubtful, unless where marked otherwise. The primary and leading meaning of each word is given first, and after that, its secondary and more remote or figurative meanings, in their order, so far as the brevity required in such a compend would admit. In all these, Donnegsn's Greek Lexicon. And Anthon's Lexicon to Jacobs' Greek Reader, have been chiefly relied on as authorities.

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