for the plant and animal names have been identified from Classical Nahuatl, Spanish, Taino, and Mixtec"--references to.
for the plant and animal names have been identified from Classical Nahuatl, Spanish, Taino, and Mixtec" - references to some of the native languages of Mexico prior to the Spanish Conquest.
However, in the original article it was stated: "Interchanges of qof and gimel are less common in Jewish Babylonian Aramaic, though not unknown, particularly in loan-words
Then they comment on the different strata of Scandinavian loan-words
and the probability that these loans might have been considered as colloquial or even vulgar long before becoming standard English" (De Caluwe-Dor 1979: 680).
The vast majority of English words are loan-words
from other languages; for example cigarette, lingerie, naive, massage from French, to name but a few.
, words related to anime, or film titles.
New to this volume is full discussion of Semitic loan-words
throughout and the inclusion of both primary and secondary literatures of Egyptian philology.
They had no scruples about mixing colloquial expressions, Turkish loan-words
, and other stylistic impurities into their straightforward prose, which sometimes has an almost conversational tone.
O Conchubhair argues that, in poems like "Cainteoir Duchais/Native Speaker," O Searcaigh uses his native Donegal dialect of Irish, which is often regarded as marginal and "inferior," in combination with loan-words
, puns and Anglicisms, to launch an assault on the "falsehood and homogeneity enshrined in the.
It is a common mistake of Nostratists' to think that all language contacts producing loan-words
had begun after the disintegration of daughter languages of the <<Proto-Nostratic>> and that all the parallels between, e.
So strong was the perceived similarity among English, Greek, and Hebrew that English was regarded as superior in its power to capture the Bible's religious truths without Latinate loan-words
Thus the study ends with an analysis of loan-words
from German and French that appear in the vocabulary of Aethelwold's Winchester school.