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" English amounts to only 13,330, against 29,354 words which can either mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source.* On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and treating English as a mixed language, it would have to be classified together... "
Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal Institution of ... - Page 82
by Friedrich Max Müller - 1862
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical ..., Volume 1

Robert Chambers, Robert Carruthers - 1876
...vocables in the course of the nation's progress is undoubted, but, as F. Max-Müller admits, ' languages, s bright circle warms. Lift not thy spear against and in a scientific classification the English must be ranked as Saxon. The great bulk of our laws...
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Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880 ..., Volume 5

1880
...13,230 against 29.853 words which can either mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source. On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...however, though mixed in their dictionary, can never 1 mixed in their grammar. . . . We may form whole sentences in English consisting entirely of Latin...
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Transactions of the American Philological Association

American Philological Association - 1881
...evidently derived from the most distant sources as English." Only he adds, still further on (p. 89) : " Languages, however, though mixed in their dictionary, can never be mixed in their grammar." Miiller's view, then, plainly admits of being laid down in this form : I. There is a certain part of...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 4

1883
...13,330 against 29,354 words which can e: ther mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source. On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...language, it would have to be classified together with Frenih, Italian, and Spanish, as one of the Romance or NeoLatin dialects. Languages, however, though...
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Lingua: An International Language for Purposes of Commerce and Science

George J. Henderson - 1888 - 126 pages
...words, 29,853 come from the classical, 13,230 from Teutonic, and the rest from miscellaneous sources. On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...together with French, Italian, and Spanish, as one of the Eoruance, or Neo-Latin dialects." Lectures on " The Science of Language," vol. 1, p. 88. A DISCUSSION...
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The Science of Language: Founded on Lectures Delivered at the ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1891
...Celtic. 768 Semitic. 79,114 Thomai Shaw, in his Outlines of English Literature, p. 44, says, dence of its dictionary, therefore, and treating English...together with French, Italian, and Spanish, as one of the Komanic or Neo-Latin dialects. Languages, however, though mixed in their dictionary, can never be mixed...
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The Columbian Cyclopedia, Volume 10

1897
...13,230 against 29,853 words which can either mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source. On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...their dictionary, can never be mixed in their grammar. . . . We may form whole sentences in English consisting entirely of Latin or Romance words; yet whatever...
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The International Cyclopedia: A Compendium of Human Knowledge, Rev ..., Volume 5

Harry Thurston Peck - 1898
...words which can either mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source. On the evidence of ita dictionary, therefore, and treating English as a mixed...their dictionary, can never be mixed in their grammar. . . . We may form whole sentences in English consisting entirely of Latin or Romance words; yet whatever...
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"Leaves from English Literature,"

Mrs. Kate Lee Shaw Nichols - 1913 - 112 pages
...13,230 against 29,853 words which can either mediately or immediately be traced to a Latin source : On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...their dictionary can never be mixed in their grammar. . . . We may form whole sentences in English consisting entirely of Latin or Romance words; yet whatever...
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A Book of Victorian Poetry and Prose

1915 - 257 pages
...43,566 words, 29,853 came from classical, 13,230 from Teutonic, and the rest from miscellaneous sources. On the evidence of its dictionary, therefore, and...Spanish, as one of the Romance or Neo-Latin dialects. MAX MULLER, The Science of Language. BATTLE OF THRASYMENUS The consul rejoiced as the heads of his...
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