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form English multlpUcatlves: as, trlp/e. [<
F. -pie, -hie, < L. -plus, -fold.]

poly-, pr^x. Many; much; as, poZysyllable.
[< iir.polt/s, many.]

post-, pr^x. Behind or after: opposed to
ante-; as, postscript. [< L. po«f-, after.]

pre-, pr^x. Before, as in time, place, or
rank; as, prefix. [ < LL. pre-, L.pra-, before.]

pro-, prefix. Before; fore; forward; for; in-
stead of; as, prolog, pronoun. [< L. pro-,
< pro, before; or < Gr. pro-, < pro, before.]

re-, red-, pr^x. Back; backward; again;
again and again; against; anew; over; oppo-
site; as, refit, renew. L< L. re-, red-.l

mB*8tifftx. 1. The sign of the possessive; as,
John's. S. The common plural sign, becom*
ing -es, after sibilants; as, cats, boxes. 3.
The ending of the third person singular
present indicative. [AS. and ME.]

semi-, pr^x. Half; partly; as, semiannual,



semicircle. [L. semi-, half]

-ship, siifflx. Condition; office; profession;
as. friendship, consulship. [< AS. -sctpe.]

-slon, siifflx. See -tion.

•some, suffix. Forming adjectives denoting
a considerable degree of the quality ex-
pressed; as, darksome, quarrelsome.

sub-, prefix. 1. Under; from under. 3.
Somewhat; slightly; nearly; as. »M6vertIcal.
3. Subordinate; secondary: inferior; lower:
as, st^&commlttee. [ < L. sub-, < sub, under.]

super-, pr^x. Above; over; beyond. (1)

. Above in position; as, swperscrlptlon. (2)
Above In degree or amount; excessive; as,
st^perabundant. [< L. super-, < over.]

supra-, pr^x. Above; beyond; as, supra-
orbltal. [< L. supra-, < supra, above.]

sur-, pr^x. Same as super-.

-tion, -sion, -shun, st{fflx. A termination de-
noting act, state, or agent; as, agltatiOTt,
temptation. [< F. -tion, -^on, < L. -tto(n-).]

tran-, trans-, prtfix. Across; beyond;
through; as, ironsatlantic. [< L. trans-, <
trans, acrossj

tri-, pr^x. Three-, three times; thrice; as,
trflateral. [< Gr. tri- (< trels, three), or L.
tri- « tres, three).]

-tude, suffix. State of being; as, gratltu^fe.
the state of being grateful: a termination of
nouns of Latin origin. [ < F. -twde, < L. -tudo.]

"ty^* mi^x. Ten: a termination of numerals;
as, thirty. [ < AS, -tig. ten.l
ty*, SMmx. A termination of abstract noons;
'-^ '^ [< F. -te, < L. -tas.l



r«, st^/Wa;. I
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•vie* «t^x. Used In words of Latin origin as
adbnlnatlve termination; ta,g\o\nUe, \.<lu
•lUtUt -tUa, -ulum. a dim. surnxj

nl^tra-y pr^fiz. A prefix of Latin orlsln
meanlngr beyond; on the other side of; oe-
yond what is usual or natural; as, ultra-
fashionable, r- F. oulre-t < L. uZfra.]

vn-if prefix, Not: used to express n^atlon,
incompleteness, or opposition. [< AS. un-,
= L. iti't = Gr. anr, o-, not.]

vn-Sf prefix. Back: used to express th<% re-
versal of the action of the verb; as, unchain.
[< AS. wn-, on-, «nd-, an-t and-, back.]
Numerous words ui un- (either vk-i or



irK->) are self •explaining In the general sense
of negation or reversal of what the chief
element of the compound expresses.

vice-, vols, prefix. Substitute; subordinate;
sub-; second; as, f <c«'pre8ldent. [< Xi. vice.
Instead of, < *vix, change.1

-iv^ardt -wards, anfflx. A termination de-
noting motion to or from a point; as, up-
ward^ outtoard. [< AS. -ujeard, -toeardes.]

-w^ine* 8%t^. Way or manner: used as a ter-
mination; as, nowise, UkeuHee: often con-
fused with -tcay. -ways,

with-, pr</Ix. Against; as, voUhtXMaA. i^
AS. wUh-t < toUh, against.]



RULES FOR SPELLING



1, Final Consonants IK>abled.

—Monosyllables ending in /, /, or «, imme-
diately preceded by a single vowel, double
the final consonant; as, cliff, beU, brass,

Bxceptlons: c^, ^ qf^ sot, as, gas,
has, Ms, is, thus, us, was, yes.

2» Finale nsonants Not IK>ub-
led.— Itfonosyllables ending in any other
consonant than /, /, or s. Immediately pre-
ceded by a single vowel, do not double the
final consonant; as, cab, bin, dip, hit, etc.

Exceptions: abb, ebb, add, odd, egg,
inn, err, shirr^ burrt purr, mitt, butt, fizz,
bugz,fuzz.

8. Consonants Doubled Before
Suffix.— Monosyllables ending in a single
consonant, preceded by a smgle vowel,
double the consonant before a suffix be^n-
ning with a vowel; accented final syllables
follow the same rule; as, dip, dip'per; a-bet\
a-het'tor,

Exceptions : (1) Syllables ending in x
do not double the final letter; as, l)OX, boxes,
boxing; (2) when the accent in the deriva-
tive is carried further back, the consonant is
likely to remain single; as, re-fer', pr^er-K
ence; but pre-fer'ring, re-fer*, r^'er-a-ble;
but also, re-fer'ri-ble; (8) the derivatives of
the word gas (except hassed, gassing, and
gassy) are written with out one *; as, gaseous,

4. Silent e Omitted Before Suf-
fix.— Silent e final is ordinarily omitted be-
fore a suffix beginning with a vowel ; as, love,
loving, lovable.

Exceptions: (1) Words ending in ce
or ge retain the e before -aide or -ous, in order
to avoid hardening the c or g; as, fffaceable,
changeable, advantageous; (2) the « is re-
tained in hoeing, shoeing, and toeing; (8)
also in the derivatives of dye, singe, springe,
sufinge, and tinge, thus distinguishing dyeing
from dying, etc., and keeping the g soft in
ungHnq.

5. Silent e Retained Before Suf-



fix.— Silent e final is ordinarily retained be-
fore a suffix beginning with a consonant; as,
dire, dir^ul; Jlne, finely; amaze, amaze-
ment.

Exceptions : The e is always dropped
in duly, truly, wholly, argument, and com-
monlv in abridgment, acknowledgment, aw-
ful, judgment, and lodgment.

6. Final y Vnchann^ed In Plu-
rals.— Nouns ending in y, when the y is
preceded by a vowel, form the plural rega-
larly by simply adding s; as, donkey^ don-
keys; monkey, monkeys.

!• Final y Changed In Plurals.
•^Nonns ending in y, when the y is precede^
by a consonant, form the plural by changing
y into i, and adding es; as, mercy, mercies;
sky, skies ; pity, pities,

8. Change of ytol Before Suf-
fix.— Words ending my, when the y ia pre-
ceded by a consonant, change the v into ibe-
f ore any suffix except one beginning with i ;
as, icy, icily; mercy, merc{fw; pity,piUabU,
pitiful ; but marry, marrying.

Exceptions : Adjectives of onesyllable
ending in y preceded oy a consonant ordi>
narily retain the y; aa,shy, shyly.

0. Full as Snmx Cliaiifired to
-fill.— The word full, used as a suffix, drops
one / .* as, cupfiU, mouthful, spoonful^ etc
(plurals cupfuls, mouthfids, spoonfuls, etc).

10. Homr to Choose Betmreen el
and le.— When eior ie has the sound of t
(=s e0 in iee\), the usage may be discriminated
as follows :

After c the combination is H; 'sm, eelRng,
perceive, recHve ;

After any other letter than e the combina-
tion is (6 ; as, brieve, grieve, reprieve.

Exceptions : In leisure and seize, si is
used, though not following <;.

NoTB.— «i sounded as 6 (= 2 in f^Ete) miiy
follow any consonaiit; as, fMi^Ater* Mgk,
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PROPER NAMES OF ALL KINDS

-WITH THEIR REBPELLING AND ACCENTS. OR WITH ACCENTS ALONE WHEN THB
^ SYLLABICATION AND ACCENTUATION SEEM SUFFICIENT

^ TO INDICATE PRONUNCIATION.



Etymoloffies in brackets are given after some names to explain their origin and
meaning; thus *^ Ach'sa [Heb., anklet] " signifies that Achsa is from the Hebrew, and meant
•* anklet."

Geographical names are spelled according to the forms adopted by the " United
States Board on Oeographic Names."



Aalborff Alcldes



€r; fllltl^re (fatare); aisle; an (<ntt)\ ell; c (k); cliat; dli (the); ffo; einff, i^; tl&iii.

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^ci-phron, al'si-fren.
c>me^na« alc-ml'na.
^cott, ©I'cgt.
-cy'o-ne, al-sol'o-ng.
^den, 61 'den.
Mer-ney, Sl'd§r-n§.



APdrich, 61'drlch or -drlj.
A-lec^to. a-lec't5 [Myth.'\,

one of the three Furies.
A-len^gon, G-len'sSn or (Ft.)

G'iaft"8eft'. [e-ll'ghl-an.

Al^'e-n'ti-an Islands, al'.
Al'^ex-an'der, aregz-an'.

•d^r. [dra.

-Al'^ex-an'dra, al'egz-an'-
Al^ex-an'dri-a, al'ex-an'-

drl-Q.
-Al"fl-e'ri, ai'fl-fi'rf.
Al'ford, Sl'f§rd.
. APfred. al'fred.
-Al-ire^ri-ay al-jl'rl-a.
.Al'ffer-non, al'Jer-ngn.
.Al-«ier8', al-Jlrz'.
JLKttam'bra. al-ham'bra.
A Vi-cante, al'1-cant or (Sp.)

fl'lt-can'te. [cheer].

Al'ice, al'ls [Teut./«m., noble
A'li Pa-sha% a'lt pa-shG'.
Al'Ma-ha-bad% Gl'd-hd-

bdd'.
Al'lan, al'an.
APle-ffha^ny, al'fi-g6'nl.
Al^le-ffhen-y.
All'ston, ei'Btnn.
Al-mi^ra, al-mai'ra.
APmon, al'mgn.
Aln^wick, an'nlc. [us.

Al-phre'us, al-ft'us or arfg-
Al*phe^u8. al-ft'us.
Al'^^ce', oreds'.
Al-tai^ Ql-t<il'.
AKva-rez, dl'va-reth.
Ani'a-lek, am'a-lec. Am'-

a-lecbt*
Am^'^al-tlife'a, am'al-tht'a.
Am'^^a-ri^ah, am'a-ral'fi.
Am'a-sa* am'a-sa.
Am'^a-zi^ah, am'a-zal'd.
Am^a-zoii) am'a-zen.
A-me^lla, a-mt'lla.
Am^herst, am'erst. [dA'.
Am'i-ens, am'I-enzord'mr-
Am-min'a-dabt am-mln'a-

dab. A-inin^a-dabl:*
Am^mon, am'gn. Am^-

mon-ltesl:.
A^mos, e'mgs.
Am-phi^on, ain-fal'§n.
A^my. e'ml VL.fem., beloved].
A-naD^a-Bis» a-nab'a-sis.
A-nac^e-on, a-nac'rg-gn.
An^a-kim, an'a-klm. A^-

nakt.
An^a-ni^as, an'a-nai'os.
An^ax-aar^o-ras.
An-cee'us, an-sl'us. ^
An-chi^ses, an-cal'stz.



Anodes, an'dfz.
An^do-Ter, an'do-vgr.
An^drefv, an'drd.
An^ro-cles, an'dro-cllz.
An«droni^a-che« an-drem'-

a-kt. [da.

An-drom^e-da, an-drem'§-
An'Mro-scoff^ffin, an'dro-

sceg'ln.
An^arers', OA'zh^'.
An^ffle-sey, ap'el-si.
An-sro^la, an-gOla.
An-sro^ra, prov. [lem'.

An^'^ffoa^Idme', flA'gfl'-
Anlou, an'jQ or (Fr.) fi^"-

zhQ'.
Ann [Heb. /cm., grace]. An'-

nat; Anneti An-net^-

tati An^niet.
An-nap^o-lis, an-nap'o-lls.
An-tee^us, an-tl'us.
An-tie'tam, an-tt'tam.
An'tho-ny, An'to-ny, an'-

to-nl. [tir.

An-til^les, an-tll'tz or dA-
An-to'ni-a, an-t5'ni-a. An-

to'ni-o imasc).
Ant' werp, ant'w§rp.
A-pel'les, Q-pel'Uz.
Ap'e-nines'S ap'g-nalnz".
Aph''ro-di'te» af'ro-dal'tl

or arro-dt't6.
A'pis, €'pl8.
A-porlot Q-pel'lo.
A p '' pa - lach'i - an, ap'a-

lach^l-an. [ex,

Ap^'po-mat'toXf ap"o-mat'-
Ap''u-lie'u8, ap'yu-U'uB.
A-ra'bi-a, a-r€'bl-a.
A-rach'ne, a-rac'ng.
A'*'ra-guay', G'rd-gwol'.
Ar'al Sea, ar'al.
Ar'a-rat, ar'a-rat.
Ar'buth-not. dr'blQth-net.
Ar-ca'di-a, dr-k6'dl-a. [us.
Ar-ce8"i-la'us, fir-Bes;M6'-
Ar"che-la'as, ar'k§-l6'u8.
Ar"chi-me'de8, dr'ki-ml'-

diz.
Ar'Mennes', dr'den'. [gus.
A''re-op'a-gus, eTgiep'a-
A-rez'zo, a-rfit'sO.
Ar'go-lis, ar'go-Us.
Ar'ffos, Gr'ges.
Ar'gus, dr'gus. .
Ar-gyll', Gr-gair.
A'^ri-ad'ne, e'rl-ad'ng.
A'ri-el, 6'rl-el.
Ar''i-ma-thce'a, ar'l-ma-

tht'a.
A-ri'on, a-ral'gn. [cus.

Ar^'is-tar^chas, ar'ls-tdr'-
Ar^is-ti'des, ar'ls-tal'dtz.
Ar''is-toph'a-ne8» ar'ls-

tef a-nlz.
Ar'is-tot-le, ar'Is-tet-l.
Ar^'i-zo'na, ar'I-zO'na.



Ar-kan'sas. l.Gr-kan'sas,

Mt. i£. dr'kan-sd, State:
Ar^ma-sed'don, dr'ma-

ged'gn.
A r-me'ni-a,flr-Hil'nl-a.
A-rooE/took. a-rfis'tuk.
Ar-sin'o-e, dr-sln'o-l. |

Ar '' tax - erx ^ es, fir"tax' '

erc'siz.
Ar'te-misy dr'tg-mls.
ArTcarv.

A'sa, e'sa. [sl'nath.

As/e-nath, as'g-nath or a-
A-shan'ti, a-shan'tl. [la.
Ash'^ta-bu'la, ash'to-blQ'.
Ash'ta-roth, ash'ta-roth.
Ash'to-reth, ash'to-reth.
A'sia, ^'sha.
As'^sam'. as'sam'.
As'^saye', Gs'sal'.
As-syr'i-a, gs-Blr'I-a.
As-tar'te, as-tGr't^.
As^tra-kban', Gs"tra-kGn'.
A-sun"ci-on', a-BQn'Bl-5n'.
A^ta-ca'ma, G'ta-cG'ma.
A''ta-hual'pa, G'ta-hwal'-

pa.
A'te, 6'tl or g't€.
Atb'i'a-li'ah, ath'o-lal'a.

-li'at. [shlus.

Atb^'a-na'sins. ath'a-n€'.
Ath'el-Btan, ath'el-stcn.
A-the'na, a-th!'na or a-

thS'na. A-thc'net.
Atb''e-nie'us, ath'g-nl'us.
Ath'ens, ath'enz.
Ath'os* ath'es.
At'las, at'las.
A'tre-us, €'trg-usor €'trlu8.
At^ta-luB, at'G-lus.
At'ti-ca. at'l-CQ.
Au'^ber', 6"bar'.
Aa"bi"gn^', d',d6n)rny€'.
Au'brey, 6'brg.
A unburn, S'btfrn.
Au'du-bon, S'dlu-ben.
Au'er-stildt, au'gr^tet.
AuffE/burff« Qugz'b&rg.
Au'ffU8-tine. S'gus-tln or

[U. S.] 6-gu8'tIn.
Au-ro'ra, S-r5'ra.
Au-ro'ra liCiffh, If.
Aus'ter-litz, es'tgr-lltz or

aus' ter-llts. [shia or -zho.
Aus^'tral-a'sia, ©s'tral-e'-
Aus-tra'li-a, Ss-tr^'ll-a.
Au8'tri-a* Ss'tri-a.
Au^Tcrgne', 6 varn'.
A-Ter'nus, a-vgr'nus.
A'^vey^ron', O'v^'ren'
A'^'vi^'^gnon', a'vri

city; S. E. France.
A'Ton. fi'vgn or av'gn.
Ayr, ar. _ , ^
Ayr'sbire, fir'shgr.
A-zoP, G-zOf . A-zov^.
A-zores^, a-zGrz'.



a'vrnySft*,



papa, gsk; at, air; element, thSy, ns^ge; It, g, i (ee); o, oh; orator, dr; full, rllle; but,



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Baal
Brummel



Ba'al. bd'al.

BaaI''bek^bG^bek'. [bub.

Bu^abze^bub, b4'al»zl'-

Bab^y-lon. bab'Mun.

BaMen, ba'den.

Baffe'hot,baJ'$t.

Ba-ha^ina Isl8.,ba-ha'ma.

Bali-i^a, bfl-I a.

Bai'kal^, Ual'kar.

Bai^reuth, bal'relt. Bay'-
reuthit*

Ba'laain, b^'lam. fva.

Ba'^la-kla'va, bd'lfl-kia'-

BAle, bai. Lar'lc.

BaKe-ar'ic Isles, bal'g.

Ba.lize^ bg-ltz'.

Bal-kaIl^ bfll-kfln'.

Bal-inor^al Cas^tle, bal-
mer'al.

BaPtha-zar, bal'tha-zar.

Baltic Sea, bSl'tlc.

Ba-Ia''cbis-taii% ba-lQ'-
chls-tfln'.

BaP'zac', hQl'z&c'.

Bauff^'^kok', bant^'kek'.
Bangor, ban'gSr.
Bar-ba'dos, bar-b^'d^z.
Bar^'ce-lo^na, bar"8§-15'na

or (8p.) bar"th6-15'na.
Ba"r6ires', bO'r^zh'.
Bar^aa-bas. bfir'na-bas.
Bar^ne-veldt, bfir'ng-velt.
Bar-thoPo-inew, bdr-

thero-ralll.
Bar^ti-inee^ns, bflr'tl-mt'-
U8. Bar^'^ti-me'ust. ^
Ba^ruch. b6'ruc. [-zll'6.
Bar-zil'la-i, bOr-zira-al or
Ba'sel, bG'zel.
Ba'slian, bS'shan.
Bas^il, baz'il or b€'zil.
Bas-sa^ni-o, bas-efi'nl-O.
Bas^sein', Mis's^n'.
Bas^so-ra, bas'so-ra.
Ba-ta'Tl-a, bfl-ta'vl-a or

ba-tS'vl-a.
Bath, bdth.
Bath-she'ba, bath-sht'ba

or bath'8hg-ba.
Bath^urst, bdth'Orgt.
Bat^on Rouse, bafgnrOzb.
Bat^ter-sea'% bat't§r-8l'.
Ba-Ta^ri-a, ba-v6'rl-a.
Bay^ard, bal'Grd.
Ba'^yeux', bG'yO'. [6n'.
Ba"yoiine', bO'yen' or b^'-
B€^'a-trice, bl'a-trls.
Beat^tie, bl'tl or b^'tl.
Beau^champ^, bo'shflft'.
Beau^fort, blQ'fert or bG'-

f§rt.
Beau^re-ffard, bO'rf-gflrd.
Be-er^she-ba, bt-gr'shg-ba

or i»rgr-8hl'ba.
Beet^ho-Ten, b^t'5-vgn.



Beh^rinfT. See Bering.
Be'i-ra, be'I-ra (Pg., bar).
Bei'rut, b€'rut. Bey^-

1 **

B<
B(
B(
B(
Bi
B<
B(
Bi
B<
B<
B(
B(

£

Ben-a'iah, ben-^'yd.
Ben-a'res, bcn-a'riz.
Ben-araP, beu-g6l'.
Ben-Kue^la, ben-g6'lyfl.
Ben'^ha'dad. ben"-h6'dad

or ben'»h^"dad.
Ben-iIl^ ben-ln'.
Ben'ja-mlu. ben'ja-mln.

LHeb., sonof therlKhthand.]
Ben Lo^mond, lo'mdnd.
Ben Nev'is, nev'ls.
Ber"e-ni'ce, ber'e-nal'st.

[Ber-ni^ceti Ber'nicet

lEng.).] [ri'at.

Be-rPah, bg-ral'a. Be-
Ber^inar Sea, ber'Ing.
Ber^insr Strait.
Ber^lin, bgr'lln.
Ber-inu'das, bgr-mlfi'dflz.
Bern, bcrn.
Ber-nl'ce, bgr-nal'sl or bgr'-

nls. See Bkrknick.
Ber'tha LTeut., bright; fa-

mous]. ftrlous].

Ber'tram [Teut. fair, lllu8-



fla.

5-hem.
a-JI.
>6'l-da.



[am.
'mlng-



l-a.
blOm-



Bo urges, bQrzh.

Bou-vier^ bu-vlr'.

BowMUch, bau'dlch.

BowMoin, bS'dn.

Boz^za-ris, bet'sa-rls or
bez-zar'Is. [bdnf.

Brabant. brQ'bant or brQ*

Brah'e, Ty'cho, brG'g, brd
or brfl, tal'kO. [pQ'tra.

Brah^'ina-pu^tra,bra'ma-

Brase^nose, br^z'noz, col-
lege, [brfl-zir.

Bra-ziF, bra-zll' or (Pg.)

Bra'zoB, brd'zos.

Bre'genz, br6 'gents.

Brem'en, brem'sn or (Ger.>
brfi'men.

Bre'mer, brl'mgr.

Bres'ci-a, bresb'l-G.

Bres^iau, bres'lau.

Bre-tagne', brg-td!l'.

Bre-ton^ br6-t5n'.

Bri"an"5on', bri'Gii"866V

Bri-a're-us, bral-€'rl-us^

Bri"enz', brl'flft'.

Brin'di-si. brIn'dt-sL

Bri-se'is, bral-8ri8.

Bron't^, bren't^.

Brook'line, bruk'laln.

Brook'lyn, bruk'lln.

Brougb'am. brS'am.

Bru'ges, brlu'jez or (Fr.>
briizh.

Brnni'mel, brum'gl.



or; flllt|flre (fotnre); aisle; an (out); ell; c (k); chat; dli (the); ffo; sins, iqik; tliin.



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papa, gsk; at, air; element, th^y, Qs|ge; It, g, t (ee); o, dh; orator, Sr; full, rOle; bot.



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Circe
Edlnburffli



Cir'ce, agr'sl.
Cirenc^es-ter, Bl8'§-tsr.
Ci^Tl-ta Vec'chi-a, cW vi-
ta vek'kI-0.
Clai/a« clar'a [L., famous.



Clare (dim.)].
Clar'i-belt clar'I-bel



[L.,



uiari-i";!. \

brightly fair].
Cla-ri»^sa, cla-ris'a [L., ma-

king famous]. Clar^icet*
Claude, clSd or (Fr.) clod.
Clau^di-a^nus, clS'dl-^'.

nus.
IJlauMi-as, cl6'dl-ns.
Cle-anahes, cl§-an'tblz.
tJle^'^o-bu'lus, cli'o-blQ'lus.
Dle-om^e-nes, c4-em'§-nlz.
DIe'o-pas, cll'o-pas.
Dle'^o-pa'tra, ciro-pfi'tra.
:;ii'o, cTal'5.
I^lis'the-nes, clal8'th§-nlz.

'^WtVL%y clol'tus.

jlo-tiKda [Teat., famous

warrtor-maldl. [nes'tra.
Clyt^'^em-iiee/tra, cUfem-
Clyt^i-e, cut'i-l.
CniMas, nol'dus. [blenzt»
Co^lenz, cO'blents. Ko^-
Co-cy'tus, co-scd'tus.
Co^druSf cG'drus. [Sn'.

Cceur de Iii'^on^ ctJr dfi 11'-
Co^flrna(/« cO'nyaC.
Col^bes-ter, corches-tgr.
'Dole^ridffe. cOl'rlJ. ^
DCli''«ny^ cO'lI'nyl'.
pO'loffne'f C0-I5I1'.
L)o-loIl^ CO-15I1'.
Dol'^o-raMo, cero-rfl'dS.
Dol'^a-mel^la.
Dombe, cQm or cOm.
Co^mines^* c5'mt&'.
Com^mo-dus.
Com'''pi'*'6Bne', ceA'pl'fifi'.
Con-fu^ci-n 8«cen-f IQ'shl-us.
Con^ff o. See Konoo. [cut.
Con-nect'i-cutf c$n-net'l-
Con'stan-tine* cen'ston-

tain or -tin.
Co"pen - ba^ffen, cO'pen-

h^lsen.
Co-pbet'a-a, co-tet'vu-o.
Co-quim'bo* co-ktm'b5.
Cor'do-va. cSr'do-vfl.
Co-re^a« Same as Robba.
Co'^ri-o-ia'nus, co*ri-o-l6'-

nns.
Cor'-'nellle', cer'ngl'.
Cor-ne'Ii-a, cSr-nl'lI-a or

-nll'ya.
Corn-ifral'lis, cSrn-wel'Is.
Cor-rear'ario, cSr-red'J6.
Cor^tez, cer'tez or (8p.) cOr-

tes'.
Co-ra^0a, co-rQ'nya.
Cos^ta Ri^ca, ces'tg rt'cg.
Co'^to-pax'l, cO'to-pax't.
Cott'^Bln^ cll'zaft'.



Cov'en-try, cuv'en-tri or

cev'en-tri.
CoT^ins-ton, cuv'lng-tun.
Cow'per, cau'p^r or cQ'pgr.

c - ' "'-^



D

)8ed^a-las9 ded'a-lns.
>a'''guerre^ dg'gfir'.
>ahl, dOl.

)ahFffren, dal'gren.
>a-b(Kiney'% da-ho'm6".
)al-boa^sle, dal-bu'zt.
>al-ma^ti-a, dal-m€'sbl-a.
>aFt vn, ddl'tun.
)a-nia8^cu8, da-mas'cus.
la^'mi'^ena^, dfi'ml'dn'.
)ain^o-cles« dam'o-cliz.
)an^iel» dan'lel or dan'yel.
)an^te» dOn't€ or (Eng.)
dan'te.

>an^abe» dan'ytib.
)an^ziff« ddnt'slg. [nelz'.
)ar''da-nelless dar'da-
>a^ri-en', de'ri-en'.
>a-rl^nB« da-rarus.
)arni^stadt, dflrm'stdt.
)eb'o-rah [Heb./ew., bee],
>e-brec^ziii, d€-bret'sln.
>e-ca'tur, de-k€'tur.

Be-foe^, dg-fe'.
el'a-Trare, dera-w5r.
Bel'hi, del'll. fid.

e-li'lah, dg-lol'ld or del'l-
DePphi, del'fal. [tus.

)ein''^a«ra^tUB, dem"a-r6'-
le^niad, dt'mas. [m^'ter.
)e-nie^tert dg-mt'tgr or d6-
)e-ine^tri-a8, dg-ml'tri-us.



De-moB^tben-es, dg-mes'-

theu-lz.
D

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E



Eaa'i'clalre'.O'clQr'.
E^ai, I'bal [Heb., bare].
Eb"en-e^zer [Heb., the

stone of help].
E^brof l'br5 or (Sp.) 6'br5.
Ec^ua-dor', ec'wg-dOr'.
Fd^in-bursrh, ed'In-bur-o.



fir; ftatg^ (future); aisle; au ((»n); ell; c (k); cliat; dh (^); so; sine:, iqik; tl&in.



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Kdlth [Teut., rich glftl.
I^mand LTeut., valuable

protection].
SMoniLHeb.,red]. [guard].
Kd'ward rr^^ut., valuable
Kd'win LTeut., valuable

friend]. Lwar].

Ed'wy, ed'wl [Teut., rich
E^ser, €'ger.
E-ffe^U8, f jI'UB.



B'jKypt* I'Jipt.

Eta ^^'ren-brelt Ostein*

e'ren-bralt'stoln.
Ek^ron* ek'rim.
E^Iah, rm. .
E-laine^ g-16n'. ^
£1 Ca'^ney', el ca'n^'.
£Pe-a-nor, el'g-a-ngr or el'-



En-cel^a-dus« cn-sera-dus.

En-dym'i-on, en-dlm'i-en.

Entc^land. l^'glfind.

E^iioch, rngc [Hob., conse-
crated]. [ro-dal'tu8.

Ep-aph^ro-dl^tus, ep-aT-

Eph^e-sus, ef'g-8U8.

E^phra-im, t'fra-lm.

Eph'ra-ta, ef ra-ta.

Ei»"i-cu'ru8, ep'I-klG'nrs.

Ep'^i-me^theus, ep'i-ml'-
thlQs or -thg-D8.

E-Hi']*us, g-pal'rus.

Er'furt, ar'furt.

Es-cii^ri-al, esklO'ri-al.

Ea'^dra-e'lon, es'dra-t'len.

E»»''se-qui^bo, es'se-kX'bO.

E^^ther, es'ter.

E''thi-o'pi-a, fthl-O'pIm.

Eu -Irenes yujin' or yfl'jtn



Fre-mont/^ lr§-ment'.
Fres^neF, fr^'nel'.
Froe^bel, frO'bel.
Frois'^'sart^ frwa'sflr'.
Fronde, frOd.
Fu^chaa^ fQ'chau'.
FuFton, ful'tnn.
Fun-chaFt fOn-shdl'.

o



ger].
E-ze^ki-el. e-zt'kl-el [Heb.,

strength of God], [helper.
Ez^ra [Heb., rising light or



Fah^ren-heit, fG'ren-hoit.
FaFmouth, fal'muth.
FaFstair, fSl'stgf.
Fan^enil, fan'el or fun'l.
Far-ne^se, fGr-nd's6. [-cor.
Fai^quhar. fflr'cwor or
Fat^i-ma, fat'l-ma.
Faust, faust.
Fay-aF, foi-fil'.
Fe-li^ci-a, fgUsh'l-a [L.,

/em., happy].
Fe^lix, fl'lix [L. ma«c., hap-

y\

F(
F(
Fi
Fi
Fi
Fi
Fi
Fi
Fi
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FI
FI
F
F(
F

Fon'to-noy, fen'tg-nel or
ForHin-bras. fdr'tin-brfls.
Fou^caalt\ fti'cO'.
Foa^'rier', fll'rye'.
Fran^ces, fran'sez [Teut.

/em., free].
Frun-ces^ca* frto-ches'ca.
Fran^clSf fran'sis {rMi%c.^.
Fraun^ho-fer, fraun'ho-

fgr. rfulrulerj. -ict.

Fred'er-ick [Teut., peace-
Frei'berg, frai'berg.
Frel'barg, frai'burg.
Fre'linsr-huy^sen, frl'-

ling-hoi^zgn.



a-ng[Gr.]. "[height].

Gib'c-ali, gIb'e-G Tleb..
GiVe-on, glb'e-en [Heb.,

hUl; helglit]. *'»*'■
Gi-braKtar, JlbrSl'tar.
Gid'e-on, gid'g-§n [Heb.,

hewer; great warrior; W>.\
Gna, hi'la.
Gil-bo^a, gll-b6'a.
GiPe-ad, gil'g-Qd ("Heb.,

strong: rocky]. [wheel].
Gil'gal, girgal [Heb.. circle;
Gi-rard^ js-rfird'.
Glas'gofv, glas'gO,
Gloncf^s'ter, gles'tgr.
Go'bi", gO'W'.^,_ _
God'frey, ged'frg [Teut.,

God's peace].
Goe^the, gO*t§. [< Heb.J.
GoFgo-ttaa, gel'go^a[Qr^
Go-mor'rah [Heb., flflsnre;

submersion].



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GonaiTes
Jael



Cto^na-lTes/, . lies, 16 gO'-

na-IV or go-nalv'.
G<Ksheii.

Gdt^ng-en, gOt'tliig-§iL
Gongb.gef.
Grace [£, grace].
Gra-naMa, grfl-na'dfl.
Gratz, grfits, city; W. Aus-

trla«Hungary; nniverslty.
Green^wlch. I.Eng.,grIn'.

Ij. II. U. S., grtn'wlcE.
Gries^bach, gris'bfiH.
GrP'^sons^, grt'zSA'.
Gua^da-la-ja^ra, gwd'dd-

la-Hd'ra.

Gna^dal-qniT^ir* gS'dal-
cwlv'fir or (Sp.) gwaMOl-kl-
vtr*.

Gua^da-lnpe^, gd'da-IQp'.

Gaa^di-a^na, gwCi'dt-a'nd.

Gua^te-ma'la, gS'te-mfl'la
or (Sp.) gwfi't6-md'la.

Guay''^a-qail% gwal'fi-kll'.

Guern^sey* gGrn'z§.

Gui-a^na, gt-d'na.

Gain^ea, gin'g.

guise* firWlz or gii'iz'.
n ' ten - berg '^j gfi'ten-
berg*.
Gutb^rie, OTth'ri.
GiireiiMo*Ien [Celt., white*
browed].



Ha-bak^knk, ha-bak'uk or

bab'a-knk.
Ha-ba^na, hd-bd'nd.
Ha-daa^sab [Heb., myrtle].
Hangar ^Heb., wandering].



lag^ga-i, bag'a-al [Heb.,
'esUve].

jtffuc [meadow], h6g.

Hab^ne-mann, M'ng-man.



Hai^ti, b€'U.

Ha-miFcar.

Han^nah I Heb., grace].

Han^ni-bal [Phen., favor of
Baal].

II a r^m (•di-n 8.

Uar^old, bar' old [Tent., war-
rior strength].

Ila-ro^sbeth, ba-rO'sheth.

Har^pa-ffus.

Har-poc^ra-tes.

Has^dru-bal, baz'dru-bcQ.

Hat'ter-as. Cape.

Ha-Tan^a, ba-van'a. Same
as Habana.

Hav'e-lock, bav'g-lec.

Ha^ver-bill, h6'ver-ll.

Ha'vre, hd'^r.- [dggrGs.

HaT^re de Grace, bay'gr

Ha-wal'l, hg-wal'I.

He^bC] bt'bt or b^'b^.

Heb^ri-des> heb'rl-dtz.



Bec^a-te, hec'a-tt.
ec'tor [Gr., defender].
Hec^n-ba. hec'yu-ba.

ei' del -ben -— -•
el^ne« hoT ng.



_ del - berg^, hol'del
jl'ne, bal'ne.
eFen [Gr?. light. E-



-„ ., HeVe-nai,

Here-na, hel'e-na.
He'ii-os, hl'll-es or h6'lI-08.
H^^lo'ase^ 6'16'Iz'.
UeUve^ti-a, hel-vt'sbl-a.
Herman [Heb., faithful, re-
liable].
Hen-io^pen, hen-lG'pen.
Hen'^ri'^ette^, flA'rl'et'.
Hen'^rl's'ot', GA'rfO'.
Hen'ry [Teut. masc.t home*

ruler. Hen ^ ri - et ' ta

(/^m.)].
He-phfes^tus, hg-fes'tus.
HepVzl-bab, hef 'zlbd.
He-rat', hg-rflt'.
Her'bcrt, hgr'bgrt [Teut.,

warrior brlprbtl.
Her-mro-ne, hgr-maro-nl.
Her-mog'e-nes, hgr-mej •

e-nlz.
He'ro, hl'rO.
Her'od. ber'gd.
He-ro'di-a», hg-rO'dl-os
"[Gr., heroic].
Her-od'o-tus.
Her'schel, ber'shgl.
Hee/pe-ruB, hes'pe-rus.
Hesse, hes [Ger. Hes'sen,

hes'sgnl.
Hez'^e-ki'ab [Heb., Jeho-
vah Is strength]. [tha.
HF'a-wa'tba, hal'a-wa'-
Hi'^e-ron^y-mns.
HlFda [Tent., war«malden,

amazon]. [tectlon].

Hil-ki'ab [Heb., Jab Is pro-
Hi-ma'Ia-yanits.,hI-md'-

la-ya. [stGn'.

in '^ dn - stan ', hln'du-

ip-par'cbus. [ra-tlz.

ip-poc'ra-tes» hIp-pec'-

ip-pol'y-ta.

ip-pol'y-tus.

ip'po-nax.

i'raiii lHeb.,uoblybom].

is-pa'ni-a.

o-ang''sHo^ ho-(ing'«b5'.

o'gartli, b5'gSrth.

ol'stein, hSlHstaln.

oPyoke, boryOk.

on-dn'ras.

ong-kong', heng-keng'.

o^'no-lu'Tu. [honor].

_ o-no'ra, ho-n5'ra [L.,
Hopli'ni, hef'nal [Heb.,

strong].
Hor'ace, ber'gs.
Ho-ra'ti-us. [waste].

Ho'reb, IHoant [Heb.,



I-ac'cbns, af-ac'na.

I-a'go, S-fi'gO.

Ic'a-rus.

Icb'a-bod, Ik'a-bed [Heb.,

Inglorious, the glory has de-



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