glossary

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The orthography of his glossary differs considerably from the orthography of his text.

It is given in the Glossary as one of the old names for the moon.

These shields are figured in the Glossary of Heraldry, pp. 285, 286.

The work concludes with notes, a glossary of Yankee terms, and a copious index.

Instead, the Index and Glossary are linked directly to each word.

And to this last word Tyrwhit, in his Glossary, gives "rend?"

By the Editor of the "Glossary;" with numerous Illustrations, 4s.

A dictionary and glossary were published by J. Penrice, London, 1873.

The Mishna forms the text, and the Gemara is annexed as the comment or glossary.

It would need a glossary or a commentary to make it intelligible.

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