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Edward Sapir (1884–1939).  Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech.  1921.

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Faucal position, 53
Feeling-tones of words, 41, 42
Fijians, 230
Finnish, 135, 155, 219
Finns, 226
Flemish, 212
“Foot, feet” (English), history of, 184193, 197199, 201, 202
Form, cultural, 233, 234; feeling of language for, 58, 62, 63, 152, 153, 210, 220; “inner,” 132, 133
Form, linguistic: conservatism of, 102104; differences of, mechanical origin of, 105, 106; elaboration of, reasons for, 102106; function and, independence of, 5963, 93, 94; grammatical concepts embodied in, 86126; grammatical processes embodying, 5985; permanence of different aspects of, relative, 153156; twofold consideration of, 5961. See Structure, linguistic.
Form-classes, 105, 113. See Gender.
Formal units of speech, 33
“Formlessness, inner,” 132, 133
Fox (N. Amer.), 74
French: analytical tendency, 135, 136, 137; esthetic qualities, 241; gender, 102, 104, 113; influence, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 215, 216; order, word, 67; plurality, 99; sounds, 51, 212; sounds as words, single, 24; stress, 55, 118; structure, 151, 154; tense forms, 103; verse, 245, 246
French, Norman, 224
French people, 224, 225
Freud, 168
Fricatives, 52
Frisian, 175, 224
Ful (Soundan), 79, 81
Function, independence of form and, 5963, 93, 94
Functional units of speech, 33
Fusion, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 149
Fusional languages, 147, 150, 151. See Fusion.
Fusional-agglutinative, 148, 150, 151
Fusional-isolating, 148, 150
“Fuss, Füsse” (German), history of, 184, 185, 191193, 197199
 


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