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Alexander, James Waddel. “A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language, containing the Accentuation—the Grammatical Inflections—the irregular words referred to their themes—the parallel terms from the other Gothic languages—the meaning of the Anglo-Saxon in English and Latin,—and copious English and Latin Indexes, serving as a Dictionary of English and Anglo-Saxon, as well as of Latin and Anglo-Saxon. With a Preface on the Origin and Connexion of the Germanic tongues—a Map of Languages, and the Essentials of Anglo-Saxon Grammar.” The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review 11, no. 4 (1839): 527-553. http://journals.ptsem.edu/id/BR1839114/dmd006
A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language, containing the Accentuation—the Grammatical Inflections—the irregular words referred to their themes—the parallel terms from the other Gothic languages—the meaning of the Anglo-Saxon in English and Latin,—and copious English and Latin Indexes, serving as a Dictionary of English and Anglo-Saxon, as well as of Latin and Anglo-Saxon. With a Preface on the Origin and Connexion of the Germanic tongues—a Map of Languages, and the Essentials of Anglo-Saxon Grammar (Page 529)
James Waddel Alexander
The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 1839

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