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Let a euphonic influence eject the -t, as often as the word occurs in the nominative case.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
From the form vissdum we see that the prterite is not strong, but weak; therefore that vissa is euphonic for vista.
A HANDBOOK OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
As Dak verb stems end in a vowel it is preceded by a euphonic h.
THE DAKOTAN LANGUAGES, AND THEIR RELATIONS TO OTHER LANGUAGESANDREW WOODS WILLIAMSON
In is the possessive pronoun, cuchi the sign of the imperfect, t in the perfect is a euphonic letter.
THE PHILOSOPHIC GRAMMAR OF AMERICAN LANGUAGES, AS SET FORTH BY WILHELM VON HUMBOLDTDANIEL G. BRINTON
Helena is the capital of one of these new States, to which is given the euphonic name of Montana.
MY NATIVE LANDJAMES COX
Again, it has been suggested that names which are to go permanently into science should be simple and euphonic.
INDIAN LINGUISTIC FAMILIES OF AMERICA, NORTH OF MEXICOJOHN WESLEY POWELL
A proper name might vary in sound according to the euphonic requirement of the different Christian-names by which it was preceded.
GAMES AND SONGS OF AMERICAN CHILDRENVARIOUS
Each nation considers its own language, each tribe its own dialect, euphonic.
ENGLISH SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMSJAMES CHAMPLIN FERNALD
It would, I think, be hard to convince us that the euphonic changes in these words are an improvement to our language.
A WOMAN'S IMPRESSION OF THE PHILIPPINESMARY H. (MARY HELEN) FEE
The application of euphonic rules was more or less arbitrary.
GAMES AND SONGS OF AMERICAN CHILDRENVARIOUS

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