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The Persian, Arabic, and Sanscrit languages engaged his attention, and I was easily induced to enter on the same studies.
"The origin of its name, like the origin of its waters, has fired the imagination of the learned; they have sought to trace it from the Greek, the Coptic, the Sanscrit; but all that matters little now, since we have made it surrender the secret of its source!"
Do you know Colonel Pickering, the author of Spoken Sanscrit?
He had been fascinated from boyhood by his father's system of "Visible Speech." He knew it so well that he once astonished a professor of Oriental languages by repeating correctly a sentence of Sanscrit that had been written in "Visible Speech" characters.
The word itself is derived from Sanscrit and means to join or unite.
"K sistematizacii nekotorykh poniatti v sanskrite" (Contribution a la systematisation de certains concepts en Sanscrit).
In the Neogrammarian Era they paid special attention to the Veps language and even called it the Finnic Sanscrit (Grunthal 2015 : 22), believing it possessed a certain archaic character that may shed light on the history of the Finnic linguistic community evolution.
L'avenement de cette discipline, qui bouleversera le champ des sciences humaines, fut lie, selon James Turner, a deux facteurs principaux : la decouverte des similitudes entre la structure grammaticale, le lexique et la syntaxe du sanscrit et les langues latine et grecque qui fut rendue possible par la colonisation anglaise de l'Inde (102); et le developpement d'une approche scientifique a l'etude des <<familles>> de langues--ce que l'on appellera <<grammaire comparee>>--dans les universites allemandes (103).
Sanscrit, Zyzzyva, Contemporary American Voices, Cider Press Review,
bodies on poles--brides carried in stylish isolation to [?].--Gothic English buildings now a Sanscrit College.