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Linguae Britannicae vera pronunciatio, or, a new English dictionary ... A work intirely new, and designed for the use of schools, and of foreigners .... by Buchanan, James

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Published by Printed for A. Millar ... in London .
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  A New General English Dictionary, 2nd ed. () Samuel Johnson The Plan of a Dictionary of the English Language () Benjamin Martin Lingua Britannica Reformata: Or, A New English Dictionary () Samuel Johnson A Dictionary of the English Language () Joseph Nicol Scott A New Universal Etymological English Dictionary () Samuel JohnsonPages: Linguae Britannicae vera pronunciatio: or, a new English dictionary. Containing I. An explanation of all English words used by the best writers; the various Senses of each Word being distinctly pointed out by Figures 1, 2, 3, &c. II. The Language from which each Word is derived. III. The part of Speech to which it belongs. IV. 5. James Buchanan, Linguae Britannicae Vera Pronunciatio [The True Pronunciation of the Language of Britain] () Title-page Linguae Britannicae Vera Pronunciatio, or, A New English Dictionary. Containing I. An Explanation of all English Words used by the best Writers; the various Senses of each Word being distinctly pointed out by Figures. Linguae Britannicae vera Pronunciatio: or, a New English Dictionary. London: A. Millar. An Essay Towards Establishing a Standard for an Elegant and Uniform Pronunciation of the English LanguageAuthor: Lynda Mugglestone.

An English and Welsh dictionary: wherein, not only the words, but also, the idioms and phraseology of the English language, are carefully translated into Welsh, by proper and equivalent words (p. ) and phrases: with a regular interspersion of the English proverbs, and proverbial expressions, rendered by corresponding ones in the Welsh tongue. Dictionary, reference book that lists words in order—usually, for Western languages, alphabetical—and gives their meanings. In addition to its basic function of defining words, a dictionary may provide information about their pronunciation, grammatical forms and functions, etymologies, syntactic peculiarities, variant spellings, and antonyms. 3 Thomas Dyche, A Guide to the English Tongue, su-do-ri″fic Nathan Bailey, An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, (9th edition). SUDORIF′ICK James Buchanan, Linguae Britannicae Vera Pronunciatio, Sūdorĭ′fics William Kenrick, A New Dictionary of the English Language, SUˋDORIˊFIC—SU6-DO7-RIFIC15 Survey of 18th-century English pronouncing. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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