Bopp has placed this beyond doubt in the case of Sanskrit and other languages of the IndoEuropean branch. ... Latin, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Irish verbs admit of inflections sufficiently distinct to preclude the necessity of using personal ... Gram. of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, aamp;c. T The Eastern Origin of the Celtic Nations, aamp;c. 1 VOL. II. D and irregular verbs, is a mere matter of opinion among SEC.
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