3 edition of new world of English words, 1658. found in the catalog.
new world of English words, 1658.
|Series||English linguistics, 1500-1800; a collection of facsimile reprints,, no. 162|
|LC Classifications||PE1620 .P5 1658a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||75431704|
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The New World of English Words, or, a General Dictionary is a dictionary compiled by Edward Phillips and first published in London in It was the first folio English dictionary.
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Jul 25, · A dictionary first published in This is the third edition printed in It is believed to contain about 38, words.
This dictionary contains many foreign or unusual words, in addition to common words. This was the first folio English dictionary printed. Alternate title: The New World of Words: Or, Universal English Dictionary. For a description of this dictionary and its influence on Phillips, see Starnes and Noyes, chapters 5 and 6, and Theo Bongaerts, The Correspondence of Thomas Blount (–) A Recusant Antiquary with an Introductory Account of his Life and Writings, Amsterdam,esp.
24–See also Jürgen Schäfer, ‘The Working Methods of Thomas Blount’, English Studies 59,pp. –Author: Johan Kerling. The new world of English words by Edward Phillips,Scolar P edition, in English Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.
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The English Dictionary from Cawdrey to Johnson – De Witt T. Starnes and Gertrude E. Noyes [Studies in the History of the Language Sciences 57] pp.
48 –. By contrast, Webster's New 1658. book Dictionary merely cites Webster as a generic name for any American English dictionary, as does Random House's line of Webster's Unabridged and derived dictionaries. Webster's New World student and children's editions are produced for younger readers.
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Because of. Which said edition (the third I think) coming out soon after, and Blount finding all to be true, what he before had been told, answer'd the said book in another entit. A World of Errors discover'd in the New World of Words, or General Dictionary, and in Nomothetes: or, the Interpreter of Law Words.
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In brief, the book is an expanded new version of Florio’s volume, A Worlde of Wordes, an Italian-English Dictionary, and, as such, only the second of its kind in England and much fuller than the short work published by William Thomas in the s – with 44, words as opposed to Thomas’s 6, Florio’s The new world of English words.
Edward Phillips. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The New World of English Words, or, a General Dictionary is a dictionary compiled by Edward Phillips and first published in London in It was the first folio English dictionary.
Contents. As well as containing common words, the dictionary featured many unusual words, foreign terms, proper nouns and other specialist terms.
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Loose Tooth depicts a young boy imagining various scenarios that could result in his finally losing his tooth. More Book Options. Apr 26, · The process or result of tumefying, swelling, or rising into a tumour. Edward Phillips, The New World of English Words, London: Nath.
Brookes, Tumefaction, (lat.) a causing to swell. John Arbuthnot, An Essay concerning the Nature of Aliments, London: J. Tonson, Chapter 6, Prop. 2, p. , The common Signs and Effects of weak Fibres are. Sep 29, · (grammar) A word used to represent a cardinal number.
— Edward Phillips, The new world of English words: or, a new general dictionary, (first ed. ) Cardinal numerals, are those which express the number of things. Richard Morris, Historical outlines of English accidence, page Numbers may be considered under their divisions.
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