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

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Gaelic, 225
Gender, 100102, 113
German: French influence on, 208, 209, 212; grammatical concepts in sentence, 95; Latin influence on, 206, 208; phonetic drifts, history of, 184, 185, 188, 191193, 197199; plurality, 100; relations, 175, 183; sound-imitative words, 6; sounds, 56, 212; tense forms, 103; “umlaut,” 202, 203, 204; unanalyzable words, resistance to, 208, 209
German, High, 224
German, Middle High, 184, 185, 192, 204
German, Old High, 175, 184, 185, 192, 194
Germanic languages, 175, 183, 184, 185, 186, 206, 212, 226
Germanic, West, 175, 184, 185, 186, 187, 191, 192, 224
Germans, 224, 225, 226
Gesture languages, 20, 21
Ginneken, Jac van, 40
Glottal cords, 48; action of, 4850
Glottal stop, 49
Gothic, 82, 175, 184
Grammar, 39
Grammatical element, 2632
Grammatical concepts. See Concepts, grammatical.
Grammatical processes, classified by, languages, 133135; particular, development by each language of, 62, 63; types of, 63, 64; variety of, use in one language of, 61, 62
Greek, dialectic history of, 162
Greek, classical: affixing, 137; compounds, 67, 68; concord, 121; infixing, 75; influence, 207, 215, 216; pitch accent, 83; plurality, 100; reduplicated perfects, 82, 216; stress, 82, 83; structure, 139, 151, 152; synthetic character, 137; verse, 244, 246
Greek, modern, 137, 163, 194, 212
 


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