Language eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 226 pages of information about Language.
  simplification of experience in,
  sounds of,
  structure of,
  thought and,
  universality of,
  variability of,
  volition expressed in,
Larynx,
Lateral sounds,
Latin
  attribution,
  concord,
  infixing,
  influence of,
  objective _-m_,
  order of words,
  plurality,
  prefixes and suffixes,
  reduplicated perfects,
  relational concepts expressed,
  sentence-word,
  sound as word in, single,
  structure,
  style,
  suffixing character,
  syntactic nature of sentence,
  synthetic character,
  verse,
  word and element in, analysis of,
Lettish,
Leveling, phonetic,
  See Analogical leveling
Lips,
  action of,
Literature: 
  compensations in, formal,
  language and,
  levels in, linguistic,
  medium of, language as,
  science and,
Literature, determinants of: 
  linguistic,
  metrical,
  morphological,
  phonetic,
Lithuanian,
Localism,
Localization of speech,
Loucheux (N.  Amer.),
  L. Indians,
Lungs,
Luther, German of,

M

Malay,
  M. race,
Malayan, Malayo-Polynesian languages, Manchu, Manx, “Maus, Maeuse” (German), history of, Mediterranean race, Melanesian languages, Meter.  See Verse.  Milton, Mixed-relational languages,
  complex,
  simple,
Modality, Mon-Khmer (S.E.  Asia), Moore, George, Morphological features, diffusion of, Morphology.  See Structure, linguistic.  “Mouse, mice” (English), history of, Munda languages (E.  India), Murmuring, Mutation, vocalic,

N

Nahuatl (Mexico),
Nasal sounds,
“Nasal twang,”
Nasalized stops,
Nass (British Columbia),
Nationality,
Navaho (Arizona, New Mexico),
  N. Indians,
Nietzsche,
Nootka (Vancouver Id.),
Nose,
  action of,
Noun,
Nouns, classification of,
Number,
  See Plurality.

O

Object,
  See Personal relations.
Ojibwa (N, Amer.),
Onomatopoetic theory of origin of speech,
Oral sounds,
Order, word,
  composition as related to,
  fixed, English tendency,
  sentence molded by,
  significance of, fundamental,
Organs of speech,
  action of,

P

Paiute (N.  Amer.),
Palate,
  action of soft,
  articulations of,
Pali (India),
Papuan languages,
Papuans,
Parts of speech,
Pattern: 
  formal,
  phonetic,
Persian,
Person,
Personal relations,
Phonetic adaptation,
Phonetic diffusion,

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