|Author:||Raue, Christian, 1613-1677.|
|Title:||A discovrse of the orientall tongves viz. [brace ] Ebrew, Samaritan, Calde, Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopic : together with A genrall grammer for the said tongues / by Christian Ravis.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A discovrse of the orientall tongves viz. [brace ] Ebrew, Samaritan, Calde, Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopic : together with A genrall grammer for the said tongues / by Christian Ravis.
Raue, Christian, 1613-1677.
London: Printed by W. Wilson for T. Iackson, and are to be sold by him .., 1649.
"A generall grammer for the Ebrew, Samaritan... and Ethiopic tongue" (p. -243) has special t.p. and 1648 imprint date.
Two folded leaves of tables bound between p.[8-9] and p. [95-96]
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Semitic languages -- Grammar, Comparative.
TO The right reverend Father in God, James by the Divine Providence Archbishop of Armagh Primate, and Metropolitane of all Ireland, and of His MAJESTIES most Honorable Privy Councell.
Rules for the Permutation & other Accidents of the three Quiescent letters.
I For. . which is either.
II is either.
III is either.
A DISCOURSE Concerning the Easterne Tongues; to wit, Ebrew, Calde, Samaritane, Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopick.
A Generall Grammer for Ebrew, Samaritan, Calde, Syriac, Arabic, and Etiopic.
APPENDIX. Followeth now the second part, viz. of Pricks, and Strooks. The accidentall parts of this whole Tongue.
First in the Ebrue.
FIRST RƲLE. THE SECOND PART OF GRAM∣MAR is, cald Etymology, and Analogy.
An observation for Etymology.
Analogy or the second part of Etymology.
APPENDIX OF ANALOGY For the Pricks and Stroaks.
Of the Paradigme for Ebrue.
The Anomaly of them in Ebrue.