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The Origin of English Names of European Birds and Mammals Including the Human Species

By: Michel Desfayes
127 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Michel Desfayes
The Origin of English Names of European Birds and Mammals
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  • The Origin of English Names of European Birds and Mammals ISBN: 9782884260572 Paperback Dec 2008 In stock
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Desfayes has developed an etymological system which seeks and compares the roots of words in all the major groups of European languages. Observable characteristics, such as shape, colour and movement, are represented in elementary structures which form the basis of a comparative semantics.

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By: Michel Desfayes
127 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Michel Desfayes
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