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  • 1grammar — [gram′ər] n. [ME gramer < OFr gramaire < L grammatica ( ars, art) < Gr grammatikē ( technē, art), grammar, learning < gramma, something written (see GRAM1): in L & Gr a term for the whole apparatus of literary study: in the medieval… …

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  • 2grammar — n. 1. Accidence, laws or rules of a language, forms of a language, correct mode of writing and speaking a language. 2. Propriety of speech, right use of language, art of speaking or writing correctly. 3. Treatise on grammar, manual or handbook of …

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  • 3Grammar — Gram mar, n. [OE. gramere, OF. gramaire, F. grammaire Prob. fr. L. gramatica Gr ?, fem. of ? skilled in grammar, fr. ? letter. See {Gramme}, {Graphic}, and cf. {Grammatical}, {Gramarye}.] 1. The science which treats of the principles of language; …

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  • 4Grammar school — Grammar Gram mar, n. [OE. gramere, OF. gramaire, F. grammaire Prob. fr. L. gramatica Gr ?, fem. of ? skilled in grammar, fr. ? letter. See {Gramme}, {Graphic}, and cf. {Grammatical}, {Gramarye}.] 1. The science which treats of the principles of… …

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  • 5Grammar — is the field of linguistics that covers the rules governing the use of any given natural language. It includes morphology and syntax, often complemented by phonetics, phonology, semantics, and pragmatics. Each language has its own distinct… …

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  • 6grammar — grammarless, adj. /gram euhr/, n. 1. the study of the way the sentences of a language are constructed; morphology and syntax. 2. these features or constructions themselves: English grammar. 3. an account of these features; a set of rules… …

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  • 7Comparative grammar — Grammar Gram mar, n. [OE. gramere, OF. gramaire, F. grammaire Prob. fr. L. gramatica Gr ?, fem. of ? skilled in grammar, fr. ? letter. See {Gramme}, {Graphic}, and cf. {Grammatical}, {Gramarye}.] 1. The science which treats of the principles of… …

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  • 8HEBREW GRAMMAR — The following entry is divided into two sections: an Introduction for the non specialist and (II) a detailed survey. [i] HEBREW GRAMMAR: AN INTRODUCTION There are four main phases in the history of the Hebrew language: the biblical or classical,… …

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  • 9Kannada grammar — The Kannada grammar ( kn. ಕನ್ನಡ ವ್ಯಾಕರಣ) is primarily based on Keshiraja s Shabdamanidarpana (c. 1260 AD) which provides the fullest systematic exposition of Kannada language. Studies in Indian History, Epigraphy, and Culture ndash; By Govind… …

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  • 10Art of Grammar — The Art of Grammar (Τέχνη Γραμματική) is a treatise on Greek grammar attributed to Dionysius Thrax, and written in the 2nd century BC. It is the first work of grammar in Greek, and it sought mainly to help speakers of Koine Greek to be able to… …

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  • 11South Asian arts — Literary, performing, and visual arts of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Myths of the popular gods, Vishnu and Shiva, in the Puranas (ancient tales) and the Mahabharata and Ramayana epics, supply material for representational and… …

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  • 12Dravidian languages — Family of 23 languages indigenous to and spoken principally in South Asia by more than 210 million people. The four major Dravidian languages of southern India Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam have independent scripts and long documented… …

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  • 13Persian language — Farsi redirects here. For other uses, see Farsi (disambiguation). Persian فارسی, دری, تاجیکی Wri …

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  • 14History of theatre — Performer playing Sugriva in the Koodiyattam form o …

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  • 15Drama — For other uses, see Drama (disambiguation). Dramas redirects here. For the indie rock band, see The Dramas. See also: Theatre Literature Major forms …

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  • 16Bar-Hebraeus — (1226 near Malatya, Sultanate of Rûm (modern Turkey) – 30 July 1286 in Maraga, Persia) was catholicos (bishop) of the Syriac Orthodox Church in the 13th century. He is noted for his works addressing philosophy, poetry, language, history, and… …

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  • 17Caius Marius Victorinus —     Caius Marius Victorinus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Caius Marius Victorinus     (Called also VICTORINUS MARIUS, or MARIUS FABIUS VICTORINUS, and frequently referred to as VICTORINUS AFER.)     A fourth century grammarian, rhetorician,… …

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  • 18Zamakhsharī, Abu al-Qāsim Maḥmūd ibn ʿUmar al- — ▪ Persian scholar also called  Jār Allāh (Arabic: “God s Neighbour”)  born March 8, 1075, Khwārezm [now in Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan] died June 14, 1144, Al Jurjānīya, Khwārezm       Persian born Arabic scholar whose chief work is Al Kashshāf… …

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  • 19Blessed Maurus Magnentius Rabanus —     Blessed Maurus Magnentius Rabanus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Blessed Maurus Magnentius Rabanus     (Also Hrabanus, Reabanus).     Abbot of Fulda, Archbishop of Mainz, celebrated theological and pedagogical writer of the ninth century, born …

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  • 20Bede — Infobox Saint name=The Venerable Bede birth date=ca. 672 death date=death date|735|5|25|df=y feast day=25 May 27 May (General Roman Calendar, 1899 1969) venerated in=Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Anglican Communion, Lutheran… …

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