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Tutelo (Yesanechi) Etymological Lexicon By William Meuse
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After lying dormant for near 100 years, the Tutelo language (Yesanechi) is once again being revitalised into the 21st century, with considerable interest in exploring the grammar to be found among... More > today's Virginia Natives, as well as others of all backgrounds. Spoken by Siouan tribes in VA and WV between ca. 1270 and 1740, it was also widely used as a trade language by neighboring tribes of other linguistic stocks. Afterward, when the Tutelo joined the Iroquois Confederacy, it continued to be heard in the US and Canada into the 1900s. Tutelo features a rich verbal tense system, adding to evidence that it is probably the oldest member of the Siouan family. This Lexicon is perfect for students wishing to increase vocabulary, as well as those trying to get to the roots of Tutelo. Vol. 2 in the Virginia Language Series.< Less
Tutelo (Yesanechi) Etymological Lexicon By William Meuse
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After lying dormant for near 100 years, the Tutelo language (Yesanechi) is once again being revitalised into the 21st century, with considerable interest in exploring the grammar to be found among... More > today's Virginia Natives, as well as others of all backgrounds. Spoken by Siouan tribes in VA and WV between ca. 1270 and 1740, it was also widely used as a trade language by neighboring tribes of other linguistic stocks. Afterward, when the Tutelo joined the Iroquois Confederacy, it continued to be heard in the US and Canada into the 1900s. Tutelo features a rich verbal tense system, adding to evidence that it is probably the oldest member of the Siouan family. This Lexicon is perfect for students wishing to increase vocabulary, as well as those trying to get to the roots of Tutelo. Vol. 2 in the Virginia Language Series.< Less
A Dictionary of the Roots and Combining Forms of Scientific Words By Tim Williams
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Have you ever wondered where scientific words and names come from? Why are honey bees known as ‘Apis mellifera’, why is a daisy known as ‘Bellis perennis'? If you are curious about... More > words you can use this book to find out exactly what ‘artiodactyl’ means, what an ‘ectoloph’ is and where you can find ‘Cantium’. There are over 12,800 entries, plus directions for using the word-roots, pronunciation rules, guidance for constructing scientific names and general principles of transliteration. Additionally there are appendices listing the adjectival forms of geographical names; some common terms for animals, plants and structures, activities and habitats; shapes, sizes, colors, textures, patterns, numbers, quantity, direction and location, parts of the year and chemical elements. This dictionary will be especially useful to students from many fields and particularly those from medical and biological backgrounds, as well as being a valuable addition to any reference collection. www.trw-books.com< Less
Is That What It Means? III By Max Oppenheimer, jr.
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A stimulating and challenging collection of previously published newspaper columns on language. Revised and updated, the content of this delightful collection explores etymological relationships,... More > with scholarly accuracy, from the unique perspective of the author, who is fluent in English, French, German, Spanish, and Russian. Explores many fascinating linguistic issues related to meaning and the nature of language, in addition to its extensive etymological purview.< Less
Reformed Egyptian and Its Decipherment By Daniel Deleanu
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Dr. Daniel Deleanu’s book is an objective study of the original language of the Book of Mormon, which he has reconstructed starting from his own “Rosetta Stone,” namely the... More > controversial "Anthon Transcript", which he proves to be absolutely authentic, and the so-called "Ferrini Lead Fragment", a tiny piece from a scroll found in Israel that once belonged to Bruce Ferrini, the antiquities dealer who put on the market the Gospel of Judas. Dr. Deleanu clearly evinces Reformed Egyptian’s Semitic roots and, through etymological research, its connections with Paleo-Hebrew, with the script it borrowed from Egypt, and, possibly, with several Mesoamerican languages. Dr. Deleanu is an independent researcher who is not affiliated in any way with the LDS Church or any other religious institution.< Less
Reformed Egyptian Grammar: Volume 1 - Morphology By Daniel Deleanu
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The first volume of the "Reformed Egyptian Grammar" by Daniel Deleanu, PhD, is an objective study of the original language of the Book of Mormon, which he has reconstructed starting from... More > his own “Rosetta Stone,” namely the controversial "Anthon Transcript," which he proves to be absolutely authentic, and the so-called "Ferrini Lead Fragment," a tiny piece from a scroll found in Israel that once belonged to Bruce Ferrini, the antiquities dealer who put on the market the Gospel of Judas. Dr. Deleanu clearly evinces Reformed Egyptian’s Semitic roots and, through etymological research, its connections with Paleo-Hebrew, with the script it borrowed from Egypt, and, possibly, with several Mesoamerican languages. Dr. Deleanu, who holds a doctorate magna cum laude in philology (the study of ancient languages and literatures) is an independent researcher who is not affiliated in any way with the LDS Church or any other religious institution.< Less
Reformed Egyptian Grammar: Volume 2 - Syntax By Daniel Deleanu
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The second volume of the "Reformed Egyptian Grammar" by Daniel Deleanu, PhD, is an objective study of the syntax of the original language of the Book of Mormon, which he has reconstructed... More > starting from his own "Rosetta Stone," namely the controversial "Anthon Transcript," which he proves to be absolutely authentic, and the so-called "Ferrini Lead Fragment," a tiny piece from a scroll found in Israel that once belonged to Bruce Ferrini, the antiquities dealer who put on the market the Gospel of Judas. Dr. Deleanu clearly evinces Reformed Egyptian's Semitic roots and, through etymological research, its connections with Paleo-Hebrew, with the script it borrowed from Egypt, and, possibly, with several Mesoamerican languages. Daniel Deleanu holds, among other degrees, a doctorate magna cum laude in philology. "The most important breakthrough in the field of Egyptology since that of Champollion." Sarah Israelit-Groll, PhD Founder and Head of the Department of Egyptology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem< Less