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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 226 pages of information about Language.
  variety of, use in one language of,
Greek, dialectic history of,
Greek, classical
  affixing,
  compounds,
  concord,
  infixing,
  influence,
  pitch accent,
  plurality,
  reduplicated perfects,
  stress,
  structure,
  synthetic character,
  verse,
Greek, modern,

H

Haida (British Columbia), Hamitic languages (N.  Africa), Hausa (Soudan), Hebrew, Heine, Hesitation, History, linguistic, Hokan languages (N.  Amer.), Hottentot (S.  Africa), Hudson, W.H., Humming, Hupa (N.  California), Hupa Indians,

I

Icelandic, Old,
India, languages of,
Indians, American, languages of,
  See also Algonkin; Athabaskan; Chimariko; Chinook; Eskimo;
      Fox; Haida; Hokan; Hupa; Iroquois; Karok; Kwakiutl;
      Nahuatl; Nass; Navaho; Nootka; Ojibwa; Paiute;
      Sahaptin; Salinan; Shasta; Siouan; Sioux; Takelma;
      Tlingit; Tsimshian; Washo; Yana; Yokuts; Yurok.
Indo-Chinese languages,
Indo-European,
Indo-Iranian languages,
Infixes,
Inflection.  See Inflective languages
Inflective languages,
Influence: 
  cultural, reflected in language,
  morphological, of alien language,
  phonetic, of alien language,
Inspiratory sounds,
Interjections,
Irish,
Irish,
Iroquois (N.  Amer.),
Isolating languages,
Italian,
“Its,” history of,

J

Japanese, Jutes, Juxtaposing.  See Agglutination.

K

Karok (N.  California),
  K. Indians,
Khmer.  See Cambodgian.  Knowledge, source of, as grammatical category, Koine, Kwakiutl (British Columbia),

L

Labial trills,
Language: 
  associations in,
  associations underlying elements of,
  auditory cycle in,
  concepts expressed in,
  a cultural function,
  definition of,
  diversity of,
  elements of,
  emotion expressed in,
  feeling-tones in,
  grammatical concepts of,
  grammatical processes of,
  historical aspects of,
  imitations of sounds, not evolved from,
  influences on, exotic,
  interjections, not evolved from,
  literature and,
  modifications and transfers of typical form of,
  an “overlaid” function,
  psycho-physical basis of,
  race, culture and,

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