A Greek and English Dictionary, Comprising All the Words in the Writings of the Most Popular Greek Authors: With the Difficult Inflections in Them and in the Septuagint and New Testament ...
Hilliard Gray, 1830 - 644 pagina's
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Rev. John Groves
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A Greek and English Dictionary, Comprising All the Words in the Writings of ...
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∆ol avŗ bear break breathe bring carry cause clear comp cont cover divide draw drive ťos fall fight finish flow give hand head hold impf impr indecl intens kind lead live look man's name mind move ness neut one's pass perhaps Poet pper pres raise rush side sound speak strike Sync tens thing throw tion turn waste ας άσω ατο άτος ει εις εν έος ούς επί ες εύσω εως ης ήσω ιος ίσω κατά μαι ξω ον ου ούμαι σαι το ψω ων ώσω
Pagina 2 - title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words
Pagina 3 - which young Greek scholars could use with ease and advantage to themselves; but sufficiently full to be equally serviceable as they advanced; a Book that would answer for School, for College, and more
Pagina 17 - time; a period; a revolution of ages; a dispensation of providence; this world, or life; the world, or life to come,
Pagina 2 - engraving, and etching historical and other prints.
Pagina 6 - He has here given to him what he will notice at present, instead of what he may look for at a more advanced period of his studies. He has
Pagina 1 - ALL THE WORDS IN THE WRITINGS OF THE MOST POPULAR GREEK AUTHORS; WITH
Pagina 4 - been introduced. These consist of words occurring in the authors usually read, and in the Septuagint, which are not to be found in Schrevelius. They are also taken from the Greek tragedies now generally read at schools,
Pagina 5 - but a reference is given to the theme, where all the significations will be found. This part of the work has been particularly attended to, where it respects the New Testament;