10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SYLLABARIUM»
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THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCER
The learner has only to master his alphabet, or syllabarium, and he has learned
to read. To pronounce a word, is only to name in puccession the several syllables
which he sees before him. A Cherokee young man has been known to learn to ...
Ulster Journal of Archaeology
The origin of this distinction we believe to have been founded on the nature of
primary and aspirate letters, as well as on the collocation of these in the Sanscrit
syllabarium, and, as we conceive, in the following manner : — Leaving out the ...
Encyclopaedia Aethiopica: He-N
Ethiopic printed books Apart from the woodcut "Alphabetum Ethiopi- cum" (a Ga'
az syllabarium) found in Bernard von Breydenbach's Sancte peregrinationes or
Opus transmarine peregrinationis (only by artificial convention, Peregrinatio[nes]
An Analysis of Rx for Discovery ReadingRTM for Elementary ...
The book contained the alphabet, vowels, and consonants followed by the
syllabarium. The syllabarium contained a list of syllables beginning with two
letters and continuing to more complex syllables. Alphabet verses beginning with
a letter of ...
American Reading Instruction
After these came the syllabarium, beginning with two-letter syllables and
gradually increasing in length until six- syllable words were given. Following the
syllabarium came the famous alphabet verses. These were sentences of
religious or ...
The Hebrew Reader. Part I. Containing the Decalogue, and the ...
Thomas BURGESS (successively Bishop of Saint David's and of Salisbury.) 'r*-
r99 Exercises for Learners. f Continued from p. 16 g” I/ze Hebrew I_'rz'mer.j l -
Transerib -. the Syllabarium Hehraicum. 2. Learn by heart Seet. 1 and 3 of the ...
Thomas BURGESS (successively Bishop of Saint David's and of Salisbury.), 1808
Where Texts and Children Meet
An early syllabarium page shows the two letter sounds illus- trated by a naval
officer reading a sextant, a jewellery box, a rather grand teapot, and a heron on
the edge of a pool. These pictures would have come from a common pool of
Eve Bearne, Victor Watson, 2002
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and ...
The framers of the syllabarium certainly did not wish to devise characters for
syllables having i or u between two consonants, because we find every such
syllable made by two characters, as nig, yut, gin, km, rug, pir, with very many
The Seven Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World, Or: ...
... and of the aspirated 3 (ph). It has no sound which the Hebrew has not. From
these sounds, combined with the simple vowels, comes the Assyrian syllabarium,
to which, and not to the consonants themselves, the characters were assigned.
The Asiatic journal and monthly register for British and ...
The following alphabet is extracted from the syllabarium in the Kin ting Tsing Han
tuy yin tsze,* which agrees in the order and powers of the letters with the Tsing
wan ke mung,\ a Manchu grammar written in Chinese, and published at the ...
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Taissumani, Aug. 10
It appears to us very undesirable that any changes, except such as are absolutely necessary, should be made in the Syllabarium as now used; though we quite ... «Nunatsiaq News, Aug 12»