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Author: Lyford, Edward.
Title: Sepher Milaytzath HaShemoth or, The true interpretation and etymologie of Christian names,: composed in two books; the first, of mens names; the second, of womens names; with so plain derivations of each name, whether Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriack, Greek, or Latin, &c. that any ordinary capacity may understand them. Together with two alphabetical tables, containing all their interpretations. / By Edward Lyford, philo[he]bræus.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Sepher Milaytzath HaShemoth or, The true interpretation and etymologie of Christian names,: composed in two books; the first, of mens names; the second, of womens names; with so plain derivations of each name, whether Hebrew, Chaldee, Syriack, Greek, or Latin, &c. that any ordinary capacity may understand them. Together with two alphabetical tables, containing all their interpretations. / By Edward Lyford, philo[he]bræus.
Lyford, Edward.

London: Printed by T.W. for George Sawbridge, at the sign of the Bible on Ludgate-hill, 1655.
Subject terms:
Names, Personal
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88665.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
To the Reader.
To his worthy and much re∣spected Master, Mr. Robert Bax∣ter, Citizen and Grocer of London.
The Preface to the Reader.
A Postscript to the Preface.
To his much respected and intimate Friend, Edward Lyford, Fellow-Student in the Holy Tongue, upon his Etymological Ana∣lysis of Christian names.
To his Quondam Pupil, Edward Lyford, on his Book of the Etymo∣logies of Mens and Womens Names.
encomium
THE FIRST BOOK OF THE ETYMOLOGIE OF Mens Names.
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THE SECOND BOOK, OF THE ETYMOLOGIES OF MENS NAMES.
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An Alphabetical Table of the Etymologies and Inter∣pretations contained in the first Book, namely, of Mens names.
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An Additional Table to the former.
An Alphabetical Table of the Etymologies and Inter∣pretations contained in the second Book, namely, of Womens names.
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The Conclusion.
Additions to the first Book.