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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 226 pages of information about Language.
Phonetic law: 
  basis of,
  direction of,
  examples of,
  influence of, on morphology,
  influence of morphology on,
  regularity of,
  significance of,
  spread of, slow,
  See Leveling, phonetic; Pattern, phonetic
Phonetic processes,
  form caused by, differences of,
  parallel drifts in,
Pitch, grammatical use of,
  metrical use of,
  production of,
  significant differences in,
Plains Indians, gesture language of,
“Plattdeutsch,”
Plurality: 
  classification of concept of, variable,
  a concrete relational category,
  a derivational or radical concept,
  expression of, multiple,
  See Number
Poles,
Polynesian,
Polynesians,
Polysynthetic languages,
Portuguese,
Predicate,
Prefixes,
Prefixing languages,
Preposition,
Psycho-physical aspect of speech,
Pure-relational languages,
  complex,
  simple,

Q

Qualifying concepts.  See Concepts, derivational
Quality: 
  of speech sounds,
  of individual’s voice,
Quantity of speech sounds,

R

Race,
  language and, lack of correspondence between,
  language and, theoretical relation between,
  language as correlated with, English,
  language, culture and, correspondence between,
  language, culture and, independence of,
Radical concepts.  See Concepts
Radical element,
Radical word,
“Reading from the lips,”
Reduplication,
Reference, definite and indefinite,
Repetition of stem,
  See Reduplication
Repression of impulse,
Rhyme,
Rolled consonants,
Romance languages,
Root,
Roumanian,
Rounded vowels,
Russian,

S

Sahaptin languages (N.  Amer.),
Salinan (S.W.  California),
Sanskrit (India),
Sarcee Indians,
Saxon
  Low,
  Old,
  Upper,
Saxons,
Scandinavian,
  See Danish; Icelandic; Swedish
Scandinavians,
Scotch,
Scotch, Lowland,
Semitic languages,
Sentence,
  binding words into, methods of,
  stress in, influence of,
  word-order in,
Sequence.  See Order of words
Shakespeare: 
  art of,
  English of,
Shasta (N.  California),
Shilh (Morocco),
Shilluk (Nile headwaters),
Siamese,
Singing,
Siouan languages (N.  Amer.),
Sioux (Dakota),
Slavic languages,
Slavs,
Somali (E.  Africa),
Soudanese languages,
Sound-imitative words,
Sounds of speech,
  adjustments involved in, muscular,

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