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woe worth the day,

200.
WOH, 200.
woke, 267.
WOLCEN, 316.
wold=old, 166.
wold, 315.
wolf, 119, 167, 315.
woman, 632.
women-singers, 384.
womb, 315.
won= one, 166.
won (verb), 267.
wond, 267.
wonden, 267.
wonder, 32, 167, 316.
wonderfullest, 422.
wonderfully, 437.
wonder great, 430.
wonnen, 267.
wont, 59.
wood, 8, 12, 20, 119,

315, 426, 617.
wooden, 391, 426.
woodhouse, 617.
wool, 119, 167.
woollen, 391.
woolward, 400.
word, 12, 32, 167, 315,

382.
word of command, 612.
words, 382.
wore, 267.
work, 288, 602.
workmanship, 327.
world, 315.
worm, 119, 315.
wormwood, 20.
Wormwood Scrubs,

331.
worn, 267.
worse, 422.
worser, 422.
worship, 327.
worshiped, 187.
worst, 422.
wort, 20.
worth (adj.), 388.
worth (subs.), 119,

283.

worth (verb), 267,

273, 283, 291, 585.
worthe (inf.), 283.
worthy, 218.
wot, 288, 290.
wother = other, 166.
would, 168, 236, 238,

239, 291, 587.
wound, 267.
wove, 267.
woven, 267.
wr=r, 164.
WRÆC, 267, 274.
wrapt = rapt, 164.
wrat, 267, 273.
wrath, 164.
Wrawlegh, 164.
wreak, 32, 164, 267.
wreaked, 274.
wreath, 187.
wreathe, 187.
WRECCEA, 147.
WRECE, 274.
WRECEN, 274.
wrediness = readi-

ness, 164.
wrest=1
wrestle, 164.
wretch, 147, 164, 165.
wretched, 396.
wretchlessness, 165.
wright, 105, 152, 164.
wriht (Ch.), 77.
wring, 267.
wrist, 164.
writ, 267.
write, 152, 164, 267.
write off, 524.
write slow, 430.
writing, 580 f.
written, 267.
wrong, 164.
wrote, 267, 273.
wrote=root, 164.
wrought, 288.
wrought = raught,

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II.

INDEX OF
SUBJECTS AND AUTHORITIES.

[The numbers are those of the Paragraphs.]

ABLAUT, 123, 265, 286, 502.
Accent, 616, 621.
Accentuation, 156, 619,632.
Accidence, 66, 212.
Addison, 161, 540, 656.
Adjection, 425.
--, triple, 426.
Adjective, ambidextral, 84.
---, office-bearing, 423.
- morphology of, 425, 427.
Adverb, threefold, 428.
- , Flat, 430, 500, 514.
- , Flexional, 434, 515.

_ , Phrasal, 445, 517.
Adverbiation, 451.
Æschylus, 608.
Agglutinate languages, 570.
Aldhelm, 27.
Alemannian dialect, 377.
Alexander, Romance of, 60.
Alexandrine metre, 60.
Alford, Dean, 238, 239, 404.
Alfred, his version of Gregory's

Cura Pastoralis, 27, 28, 29.
? Alfred Jewel,' the, 285.
Allingham, William, 597.
Alliteration, 626, 629.
Alliterative couplings, 628.
Allophylian languages, 570,
Alphabet, pictorial origin of, go, 91,
229, 614.

, Phonetic, 187.
--, Roman, 92.

Alphabet, Runic, 93.
Alt-Hoch-Deutsch, 7, 11.
Ambidextral adjective, 84.
American usage, 154, 359, 375, 380,

430, 612, 620, 632.
- conservation of old forms,

276.
Analysis, 551, 553.
Analytic and Synthetic, 445,
Ancient languages, 245, 654.
Andrewes, Lancelot, 469.
Anglian dialect, 23, 26, 28, 86, 132.
Anglosaxon features, 14, 17, 30,

127, 421, 467, 469, 505, 575.
Anti-Jacobin, 650.
Arabic, numerals, 230.

- words in English, 353.
Area of words, 32, 37.
Aristophanes, 608.
Arnold, Dr., 248.
Arnold, Matthew, 184.
Arthur, king,:47.
Article, definite, 491.
---, indefinite, 498, 511.

--, Danish and Swedish, 8.
Articulation, 615.
Aryan languages, 2, 252, 465, 570.
Ascham, R., 318.
Aspirate consonants, 4.
Augmentatives, 376.
Austen, Jane, 440, 484, 497, 521.
Auxiliary verbs, 291, 294, 298, 300,

587.

Bacon, Lord, 235, 542.

Browning, Robert, 608.
Badham, C. D., 417.

Brutes, language of, 247.
Baeda, 23, 24, 132.

Bunyan, John, 153, 241.
Baillie, Joanna, 198.

Burns, 269, 377, 399.
Ballads, 518, 521, 525, 529, 580 b, Butler, Joseph, 362.
586.

- , Samuel, 174.
Barbauld, Mrs., 235.
Barbour, poet, 26.
Barnes, poet of Dorset, 380, 586. Cædmon, poet, 24, 136, 509.
Barrow, Isaac, 579.

Campbell, Thomas, 215, 335.
Baxter, R., 422

Cardinal vowels, 109.
Beattie, poety 198.

Carlyle, Thomas, 323, 396, 477,
Being, the expression of, 279, 280, 499, 550, 601.
Benedict Biscop, 26.

Case-endings, 378.
Ben Jonson. See Jonson.

Castrén, Alexander, his Samoyedian
Beowulf, epic poen, 26, 136, 474. Grammar, 126.
Berkeley, Bp., 631.

Caxton, William, 294, 325, 496,
Bible of Wiclif, 389, 505.

534, 580, 586, 588.
- of 1535; 393, 431, 449, 474,

Chaldee, 3.
491, 496, 498, 517.

Chalmers, Thomas, 349, 358.
- of 1539; 335, 522, 543, 564. Chapman his Homer, 275, 395.
- , Genevan, 270, 302, 335, 478,

Chaucer, 67, 73, 93, 125, 144, 155,
617.

169, 177, 179, 200, 201, 232,
- of 1611; 204, 220, 235, 238, 254, 264, 269, 283, 292, 294,

255, 270, 271, 272, 273, 275, 323, 326, 328, 336, 338, 394,
302, 318, 371, 405, 422, 433, 409, 423, 483, 489, 493, 535,
444, 455, 467, 468, 474, 485, 577, 647.
495.

Childish speech, 125.
Bible translations, 13, 145, 165, 201,

Chinese language, 223.
208, 449, 469, 475, 489, 498, - writing, go.
505, 524, 580 g, 602.

- accidence, 223.
Bilingual period, 42, 63, 84.

--- syntax, 570.
Bilingualism of English, 77.

• Chirt,' 147.
Blair, Dr., 423.

Christian names, 373.
Blank verse, 651.

Christianity and languages, 13.
Boethius tr. Chaucer, 398, 435.

Church, R. W., 580 d.
Bopp, 459, 463.

Clarendon quoted, 327.
Bosworth, Dr., 503. -

- , his style, 657.
Boyd-Kinnear, John, 536.

Clarke, Mrs. Cowden, 530.
Brachet, Auguste, 338, 349, 632. Classics, influence of, 359.
Bradley, Charles, 362.

Claudius Cæsar a phonetic reformer,
Bréal, Michel, 459.

186.
Bremen, 7.

Clough, Arthur H., 202, 310, 321.
Bret Harte, 612.

Cochin-Chinese, 462.
Bright, John, 580 e.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 272, 281,
British language, 18, 19, 22.

472, 660 a.
Brogue, 649.

- Sir J. T., 478.
Brougham, Lord, 330.

Collier, Jeremy, 363.
Brown, John, 412.

Collocation, 553 ff, 530.
Browne, Sir Thomas, 184, 501. Common Prayer Book, 321,384,564.

Comparative Philology, 108, 458.
Comparison of adjectives, 421.
Composites, 397.
Compounds, 597.
- First order, 600.
--, Second order, 607.
- Third order, 611.

- liable to vagueness, 610.
Conditional mood, 562.
Confusion, a cause of words dying

out, 165.
Congreve, quoted, 289.
Conington, John, 333.
Conjunctions, 532.
Conquest, fatal to Saxon literature,

40.
Consonantal transition, 2, 3.
Contingency, how expressed, 577.
Cotgrave, Randle, 331, 356, 400,

617.
Court English, 85, 89.
Court hand, 68.
Courts of Law, 65.
Coverdale, Myles, 165, 204, 449,

474, 524, 584.
Cowley, Abraham, 182, 254.
Cowper, poet, 183, 221, 260, 400,

409, 431, 478, 619, 628.
Crabbe, 398, 628.
Crowley, Robert, 398.
Cryptograph, 121.
Cumulate forms, 380, 381, 385, 484.
- phraseology, 444, 448, 591.
- syntax, 583.
Curt forms, 370.
Curtius, Georg, 262.
Cypher. See Cryptograph.

Declension of adjectives, 387, 420.
Deflectionization, 569.
Defoe, Daniel, 449.
Denison, Edward, 660.
Dentals, 4. . .
Derival, 257.
Derivatives, 397.
De Vere, Aubrey, 419, 610.
Dialect, Brad Scots, 26.

, Cumberland, 325.
- Devon, 104, 107, III, 116,

166, 237, 392, 455, 470, 578,
648.

-, Dorset, 58, 61, 87, 131, 166,
380, 586.
- ; East Anglian, 107.

-, Gloucestershire, 61, 271, 380.
, Hampshire, 334.

Irish, 184, 648.
-, Lake District, 325, 474.
, Lancashire, 254, 580 h.
, Leicestershire, 503.

-, London, 166.
- Norfolk, 380.

-, Northants, 289.
-, Northern, 45, 57, 87, 118,
152, 431.
-, Oxfordshire, 372.
-, Somersetshire, 166, 236, 271,
470, 525, 561, 593, 641.
- Suffolk, 380.

Sussex, 334.
- , Welsh, 2, 3, 648.

-, West Country, 61, 133, 255,
334.

, Westmoreland, 325.
- Yorkshire, 86, 167, 169, 580 h.
(For other examples see Provin-

cialisms.)
Dialects in general, 66, 221.
- of German, 377.
- , local division of, 66.
Dickens, Charles, 172, 243, 373,

442, 448, 502, 503, 556, 580 f.
Diez, Friedrich, 337, 423, 639.
Diminutives, 376.
• Dim Saesoneg,' 42.
Diphthongs, 175.
Discord in Language, 594.
Disraeli, Isaac, 207.

Dacia, 7.
Dale, R. W., 418.
Danish, 8, 9, 59, 113, 167, 233,

238, 259, 261, 278, 316, 393,

422, 455, 486, 562, 592.
Davies, J. Llewelyn, 374, 541.
Dawkins, W. Boyd, 598.
Decimal arithmetic, 230.
Declension of substantives,
- strong, 378.

weak, 379.

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