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The teacher of modern or Classical languages who has been puzzled by tj\e use of certain terms occasionally appearing in the writings of the specialists will find here at least a partial interpreta- tion of those terms.

The philologist whose terminology was de- rived mainly from Leskien, Brugmann, Hirt, Meillet and Meyer- Liibke will be able to trace some of the usages of his descriptive colleagues, while the latter, who in their enthusiasm for a newly developed field have largely neglected the older works, will be able to refresh their memories.

(E.g., “The meek shall inherit the earth.”) absolute case: The case in which a noun is said to be wllen it is the subject of a sentence but is grammatically isolated from the other sentence-elements.(Also called gross acoustic features.) These features may have a bearing on meaning and thus be essential to communication by speech {dis- tinctive acoustic features) or have no bearing on meaning and clarity of communication {non-distin%tive) .acoustic phonetics: The study of jhe sound-waves produced when sounds are uttered. acrophonetic writing: A method of writing, employing, signs which were originally ideographs (q.v.) but havfe come to be phonetic signs, representing the initial sound of the object which they depict. active voice: The conjugational form denoting that the gram- matical subject of the sentence* is the performer of the action expressed by the verb.accent: (1) The stress (q.v.) with which a certain syllable of a gi Ven word is pronounced, in comparison with the other sylla- bles of the same word.— (2) Short for accent yrark or 'written accent (see d iacritic m ark), — (3) Cf.

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