Language Dictionaries with an Emphasis on Military Dictionaries

US Army Military History Research Collection, 1971 - 83 Seiten
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Seite 1 - An English-Arabic Lexicon. In which the equivalent for English Words and Idiomatic Sentences are rendered into literary and colloquial Arabic.
Seite 13 - It is based upon the application of the historical method to the life and use of words, and its purpose is to show the history of every word included from the date of its introduction into the language, giving differences in meaning, spelling, pronunciation, usage, etc., at different periods of the last 800 years...
Seite 13 - ... writers since then. The vocabulary is very full, and is intended to include all words now in use or known to have been in use since 1 1 50, excluding only words which had become obsolete by 1 1 50.
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Seite iii - Nevertheless, we must insist that a command of the language is an indispensable means of obtaining accurate and thorough knowledge, because much information can be gained by listening to conversations of the natives and by taking part in their daily life, which, to the observer who has no command of the language, will remain entirely inaccessible.
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