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By Anatoly Liberman

Distinguished linguistics student Anatoly Liberman set out the body for this quantity in An Analytic Dictionary of English Etymology . right here, Liberman's landmark scholarship lay the basis for his impending multivolume analytic dictionary of the English language. A Bibliography of English Etymology is a largely conceptualized reference instrument that gives resource fabrics for etymological learn. for every word's etymology, there's a bibliographic access that lists the observe origin's basic resources, particularly, the place it used to be first present in use. that includes the heritage of greater than 13,000 English phrases, their cognates, and their overseas antonyms, this can be a full-fledged compendium of assets crucial to any student of be aware origins.

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