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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...gen. to be abstemious or temperate with regard to, 1 Cor. 9. 25. Ga-thaurbs, adj. temperate, Tit. Ill Giban--Grab 112 Glaggwijba, ...
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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...gen. to be abstemious or temperate with regard to, 1 Cor. 9. 25. Ga-thaurbs, adj. temperate, Tit. Ill Giban--Grab 112 Glaggwijba, adv. as Glaggwaba, accurately, Lu. 1. 3. Glaggwus adj. diligent. Der. glaggwaba. G. glau; A. S. gledw. Glitmunjan, vb. to shine, glitter, glister, Mk. 9. 3. G. gleissen; D. glinsteren; E. glitter. Goda-kunds, adj. of good kin, of noble birth, Lu. 19. 12. From goths and kuni. Godei, wk. sb. f. goodness, virtue, Phil. 4. 8. Gods, see Goths. Goleins, str. sb. / greeting, Lu. 1. 29, 41, 44; t Cor. 16. 21; Col. 4. 18; 2 Th. 3. 17. Goljan, vb. with ace. to salute. greet, Mat. 5. 47; Lu. 1. 40; 10. 4; &c. Der. goleins. Goths, Gods. adj. good, Mat. 5. 45; 7. 17; Lu. 8. 8; &c. Der. gasti-gods, gasti-godei, godei, goda-kunds. G. gut; D. goed; E. good. Graba, str. sb. f. a ditch (lit. a gra e), Lu. 19. 43. Graban, vb. (perf, grof, pi. grobum, pp. grabans), to grave, dig, Lu. 6. 48; 16. 3. Der. bigraban, uf-graban, us-graban, graba, groba. G. graben; D. graven; E. grave. Graif, gripped; from greipan. Gramjan, vb. with ace. to make angry, provoke to wrath, Col. 3. 21. Der. in-gramjan. Cf. G. gram, grief. D. gram, angry. O. E. grame, anger. Gramsts, str. sb. m. a mote, Lu. 6. 41; lit. any thing that irritates. From gramjan. Cf. Guda-faurhts. adj. God-fearing. devout, Lu. 2. 25. Guda-laus, adj. godless, without God, Eph. 2. 12. Gud-hus, str. sb. n. the house of God, the temple, Jo. 18. 20. Gudi-lub, a proper name in Arezzo document. G. Gottlieb. Gudisks, adj. godly, spiritual, divine, 2 Tim. 3. 16. Gudja, wk. sb. m. a priest, Mat. 8.4; Mk. 1. 44; Lu. 1.5; &e.; auhumists g., maists g., reikists g., a chief priest, high priest. Gudjinassus, str. sb. m. the priestly office, ministry, Lu. 1. 9; 2 Cor. 9. 12. Gudjinon, vb. to...
First edition, small 4to, pp. xxii, 282 columns, , -307,  pp. -340 columns,  errata; original terracotta cloth lettered in gilt on upper cover and spine; snag at the top of the front free endpaper, else very good and sound. With the green 19th century bookseller's ticket of John Penington & Son, Philadelphia on the front pastedown. This copy with a number of 19th century erudite notes in pencil in the margins. Given the nature of the subject and the publishers it was likely issued in a small edition, many of which, 98 at least, are located in various libraries around the world. The number of Americans (assuming this book was not repatriated) with a knowledge of Meoso-Gothic in the 19th century was obviously miniscule, and the notes in this copy may prove to be more valuable than first imagined.
A Moeso-Gothic Glossary with an Introduction, an Outline of Moeso-Gothic Grammar, and a List of Anglo-Saxon and Old and Modern English Words Etymologically Connected with Moeso-Gothic
by Walter William Skeat
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