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O'Hehir, Brendan; Dillon, John M. / A classical lexicon for Finnegans wake
(1977)

Abbreviations and symbols,   pp. xx-xxii PDF (19.6 KB)


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ABBREVIATIONS AND 
SYMBOLS 
#A  See captioned item alphabetically listed in Appendix A 
Acc.  the form of the word denoting the Accusative Case 
adj.  adjective 
adv.  adverb 
#B  See captioned phrase alphabetically listed in Appendix B 
# C  See captioned item in Appendix C 
C  century 
Celt.  Celtic: the language of the continental Celts, e.g., the 
  Gauls 
Dat.  the form of the word denoting the Dative Case 
eccl. L ecclesiastical Latin: the form of Latin used in the Roman 
  Church 
Eng.  English: the English language 
Etr.  Etruscan or Etrurian: the language of the ancient Etrus 
  cans 
fem.  feminine: the feminine form of a noun or adjective 
Fr.  French: the French language 
fut.  future: the form of a verb denoting the future tense 
G  Greek; the Greek language 
G + L the captioned word is a compound of Greek and Latin 
  elements 
Gael.  Gaelic: the Irish language 
Gen.  the form of the word denoting the Genitive Case 
G L  the word belongs to both the Greek and the Latin lan 
  guages, either because it occurs spontaneously in identical 
  form in both languages, or because it has been adopted 
  unchanged by Latin from Greek 
Heb.  Hebrew: the Hebrew language 
L  Latin: the Latin language 
LL  Late or Low Latin: the form of Latin spoken from about 
  a.d. 100 to 500. 


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