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Book Description

Title:
A Grammar of the Vulgate Being An Introduction to the Study of the Latinity of The Vulgate Bible
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
Oxford
Publisher:
The Clarendon Press
Pages:
166
Subjects:
Languages, Latin, Grammar
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Wiliam Edward Plater [d.1933] & Henry Julian White [1859-1934], A Grammar of the Vulgate Being An Introduction to the Study of the Latinity of The Vulgate Bible

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • Latin Versions
    • Origin and Composition of the Vulgate
  1. The Foreign Element—Hebrew
    • Proper Names
    • Common Nouns
    • Number, Gender, Case
    • Adjectives
    • Pronouns
    • Verbs
    • Repetition,
  2. The Foreign Element—Greek
    • General Influence
    • Lexical (Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs)
    • Inflexional
    • Syntactical
  3. Native ElementForm of Words
    • Characteristics of Popular Latin
    • Orthography
    • Lengthened Terminations
    • Nouns
    • Adjectives
    • Verbs (derived, compound, in -ficare),
  4. Lexical PeculiaritiesMeaning of Words
    • Nouns
    • Adjectives
    • Verbs
    • Adverbs, Particles
    • Tendency
  5. Inflexional and Other Peculiarities
    • Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs
    • Other Irregularities: Adjectives
    • Adverbs
    • Pronouns
  6. SyntaxThe Simple Sentence
    • Agreement
    • Want of Article
    • How supplied
    • The Noun. Cases: Nominative
    • Impersonal Verbs
    • Accusative
    • with Prepositions
    • Dative
    • Genitive
    • Ablative
    • with Prepositions
  7. Syntax of the Verb
    • Indicative Mood-Tenses of
    • Imperative
    • Subjunctive
    • Infinitive
    • Participles
    • Gerund Noun
    • Gerund Adjective (Gerundive)
    • Supines,
  8. SyntaxDouble and Complex Sentences
    • Double Sentence
    • Complex
    • Noun-Clause, as Subject
    • Object: Dependent Statement
    • Question
    • Exclamation
    • Desire
    • Adjective (or' Qui ')-Clause
    • Adverb-Clause
    • si
    • cum
    • dum
    • other Conjunctions
    • Unusual Subjunctive
  • Conclusion
  • Index of Subjects
  • Index of Greek Words
  • Index of Latin Words
  • Index of Passages of Scripture