Notes on the history and etymology of german
Otto Christian Näf
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The following remarks do not by any means claim to enter very deeply into the subject of German Etymology; they are merely intended to illustrate in broad outlines some very interesting facts as to the relation of German, and in fact of most of the languages now-a-days spoken in Europe, with Latin and Greek, and the descent of all these from the same ancient idiom, they may thus awaken in some students a desire of examining German words a little more closely ; in any case they will enable them to answer the greater number of those questions in Etymology and Word-formation which are now set in most higher examinations in German.
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