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English language -- Etymology -- Dictionaries -- Early works to 1800
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Etymological collections of English words and provincial expressions
Kennett, White, 1660-1728, author
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2018
 
2018
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A New English dictionary. Containing a brief and clear, explication of most words in the English language, and of difficult words derived from foreign languages, and several terms of art. To which is prefixed, an exact explication of most contractions to be met with in English books and writings. And an interpretation of the proper names of men and women. To all which is subjoined, a brief hint concerning the several sects that have appeared, and the errors vented by them since the commencement

Glasgow : Printed by J. Bryce and D. Paterson, MDCCLIX. [1759]
1759
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A New English dictionary. Containing a brief and clear explication of most words in the English language, and of difficult words derived from foreign languages, and several terms of art. To which is prefixed, an exact explication of most contractions to be met with in English books and writings. And an interpretation of the proper names of men and women. To all which is subjoined, a brief hint concerning the several sects that have appeared, and the errors vented by them since the commencement o

Glasgow : Printed for Charles Hutcheson bookseller Greenock, MDCCLIX. [1759]
1759
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A new English dictionary shewing the etymological derivation of the English tongue, in two parts. Part I. Explaining all the common English words, and shewing their derivation from the proper fountains. Part II. An etymological explication of the proper names of men, women, rivers, counties, cities, towns, villages, &c. which were formerly used by the English-Saxons, or are now common amongst us. A work of great use to the English reader, who is curious to know the original of his mother tongue

London : printed [by E.H. and W.H.] for Timothy Childe, at the White-Hart in St. Paul's Church-Yard, M DC XCI. [1691]
1691
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