Black quiking xxx

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Black quiking xxx

as alien or not fully naturalized. M c Kenzie of the Birkbeck Institute has assisted with chemical terms, and Mr. Davics Sherbornc supplied a number of references for words belonging to the physical sciences. The important work of verification at the British Museum Library, without which many matters would remain doubtful, was voluntarily performed by Mr.

For observations on the etymological and other characteristics of the words Deluded, and for detailed statistics of the numbers of words of various classes, and of the numbers of quotations, the reader is referred to the separate prefaces to O R and S-SH. Some of these had their immediate source in Old French, which has also contributed very largely, e.g.

[All rig Ills reserved.] Cv -- " "S P REPACK TO V O L U M E volume contains the words beginning with O R edited by W. Craigie, and S clown to the end of SH edited by Henry Bradley. A considerable number of words have been taken over from Latin without any change of form, as quxre, quantum, quarto, quondam, quorum, etc., while many more have been assimilated to the usual English types.

INSCR.), THE IMPERIAL AND ROYAL ACADEMIES OF VIENNA, BERLIN, AND FLANDERS, THE UAATSCH. LETTERKUNDE, LEIDEN, AND THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

m- marians, in imitation of the Greeks, banish tlu v*.

in place oiqu-, as nuhik, whetne, white = quick, queme, quite ; and alliteration of original qu- with ih- is not infrequent in some poems, as the Wars of Alexander, Destr. the Norman quemander, quemencher , quemoditt S, que- nntn, etc. A similar varia tion of c and q in native words is rare, but quo- is sometimes found for co-, as in quod cpd, quodgel cudgel, quore core, quorn corn : see also QUEEST, QUITCH s/>.

implied by this is still current in the northern and north-midland counties (not in Scotland) : see esp. In certain words of French origin, qu- varies with c- in ME. More rarely que- replaces original co ot cu-, as in quengeoun congeoun, queriger conjure, quenquest conquest, queral coral, querch curch, quesing cousin, questrel custrel ; with these cf. In a few cases the qu- forms survive in western dial., as querd cord, quite coil, quine coin, quirt court.

The words beginning with Rll- were separately prepared by^Mr.

& Exod., where they are exclusively employed ; in later use they are characteristically northern, and are found as as 1570, Levins having quilome, quip = whilome, whip. the combinations qh- and qhw- are simi larly employed in MSS. ; this orthography survived till the ijth c., and is defended "by A.

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Apart from this small portion, the letter falls into two clearly marked divisions. Canon Fowler of Durham has helped with the later sections of the letter. Gerrans, the Controller of the University Press, and the Librarian of the Indian Institute ; the Rev.