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Pe-len'd9-ne§

Pe-let'ro-n5s

P6'le-u3

Pe-ll'a-des

Pg'li-as

Pel-j-nae'um

Pe'lj-on

Pel'o-pe

Pel-o-pe'?

Pel-o-pi'a

Pel-o-pe'j-?

Pel-o-pon-ne'-

sus
Pe-na'tef
Pe-ne'j-^
Pen'e-is
Pe-ne'j-us
Pe-nel'o-pe
Pe-ne'us
Pen'i-daa
Peii-tap'o-lis
Pen-tap'y-Ion
Pen-tath'lum
Pen'te-le
Pen-the-sj-le'?
Pen'the-us
Pen'tiii-lus
Pen'thy-lus
Pe-r«'a
Per'a-tus
Per-c6'pe
Pe're-us
Per-ga'me-us
Per'ga-inus
Per'ga-se
Per-i-boe'a
Pe-rib'o-lus
Per-i-clym'e-

niis
Per-i-di'?
Per-i-e're^
Pe-ri^'e-nef
Pe-rlg'o-ne
Per-j-la'us

Per-}-l*5'u8

Per-j-me'de

Per-i-me'la

Per-i-mel'i-d5§

Pe-rip'a-tiis

Pe-riph'a-nef

Per'j-phas

Pe-riph'a-tiis

Pe-iis'a-def

Pe-ris'te-re

Pe-ris'tlie-iies

_i :



Pe-rit'j-nu3

Per'j-tas

Per'9-e

Per'g-la

Per-an'thef

Per-rhae'bj-gi

Per-sae'us

Per-se'e

Per-se'js

Per-seph'o-ne

Per'se-us, n.

Per-se'us, a.

Per'sj-cus

Per'ti-nax

Per-u-sl'nus

Pet'Ei-le

Pet'ai-liis

Pe-te'lj-j

Pe'te-on

P5'te-us

Pet-o-si'rjs

Pe-trae'a

Pe-tri'num

P6t'ti-us

Peu-ced'a-nos

Peu-cl'ni

Peu-C9-la'uS

Phas-a'cef

Phasd'i-nius

Phae'drj-a

Phffid'y-ma

Phee-mon'o-e

Phae-nag'o-re.

Phse-nar'e te

Phfe'iij-as

Phae-oc'o-me|

Phaps'51-n^

Pha'e-thon

Plia-e-thon-

te'us
Pha'e-ton
Piia-e-ton-tl'?-

de^
Pha'i-nus
Pha-lae'cus
Pha-la'r?.'
Phal'a-ris
Phal'ci-don
Pha'le-as
Pha-le'ris
Pha-le'rum
Pha'li-as
Phal'ij-ca
Pha-na'ce§
Pba-iiffi'us
Pha-nag'o-ra
Phan-^-rag'a
Phan'o-cle^



PIiSn'o-tTs
Pha-ra^'i-de^
Pha'rj-o
Pha-ras'ma-

Phar-be'lus

Phar-ce'don

Phar-na-ba'zus

Phar-na'ce-a

PlVar'na-ces

Phar-na-pa'te§

Phar-sa'lus

Phar'y-bus

Pha-ryc'a-don

Phir'y-^S

Phas-a-e'li3

Pha-s6'lis'

Pha-yl'lus

Phe'gi, or Phe'-

i-a
Phe-ca'dum
Ph5'*e-us, or

PhlS'^e-us
Phel'lo-s'
Phe'mi-ae
Phe-mon'o-e
Plje'ne-us,

lake.
Phe-ne'us,

man,
Phe-rau'le^
Pher'e-clus
Phe-rec'ra-t5§
Pher-e-ni'ce
Phe-reph'a-te
Pher'i-num
Phi'a-le
Phl'a-13s
Phi-ce'on
PhIc'o-re§
Pliid'i-lS
Phi-dip' pi-des
Phid'y-le'
Phig-a-le'a, or

Phi-ga'Ii-^
Phi-ga'le-i
Phi-lae'ni
Phi-la'mon
Phi-lar'e-tus
Phi-lar'^y-rus
Phil'e-as
Phil'e-ros
Phil'i-dns
Phil'i-dc^
Phi-lip'pi-de^
Phi-lip'po-li3
Phil-is-ti'de^
Phi-lis'ti-6n



PhTl-9-boB'9-

tiis
Phi-loch '9-rug
Phll'o-cle?
Plij-Ioc'ra-te^
Phil-o-cy'prua
Phil-o-dsi-

ine'gi
Phi-16d'i-c5
Phi-lol'o gu3
Phi-'om'brg

tus
Phi-lon'i-def
Phil'9-iiis
Phi -Ion '9-5
Phi-lon'9-ine
Phi-lon'9-mu3
Phil'9-nus
Phi-lop'a-tor
Phi-I5'phi-on
Phil'o-phron
Phi-lop'o-nus
Phil-o-ro'mus
Phi-los'tra-tua
Phj-lot'e-ra
Phi-l6'lhe-a
Phj-lox'e-nus
Phil'y-ra
Phll'y-res
Phj-lyr'i-dej
Phin'e-Qs,

man.
Phi-ne'us, a.
Phi-ni'de§
Phie*'e-la3
Phle'^i-as
Phle'^y-as
Phle'|y-e
Phg-cee'a
Pho-ca'i-cfi3
Plio'c^-is
Pii6'ci-ci
Phg-cil'j-de^
Pho'ci-on
Pho-cyl'i-def
Phoe'be
PhcE'be-ura
Phoe-be'us
Phoeb'i-das
Pli{E-bi*'e-n5i
Plioe-nl'ce
Ph(B-ni'cc§
PhoB-ni"ce-u3
Piice-nT^'i-de^
Ph(E-ni'cus
Phoe'te-um
Phol'ole
Phor-cJ'njs



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318



GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



PIi9-r6'ne-

iis, n.
Plior-o-ne'-

us, a.
Phor-o-nid'?i-e
Phr^-k'tS?
Phra-at'i-cef
Phras'i-cle§
Phras'i-mus
Phre-ge'nsi
Phri"ci-6n
Phron'i-m^
Phru-gun-di'o-

Phryri'i-cus

Phiyx'e-us

Phthl'a

Phthl-6'tis

Phy^'e-lEi

Phyl'a-ce

Phyl'a-cus

Phyl'e-is

Phy-li'dej

Phyl'i-ra

Phyl-la'lj-gi

Phyl-Iod'o-c5

Phy-rom'51-

chus
Phy-scel'lfi
Phys'cQ-?
Phy§-i-9g-n5'-

inpn
Phy-tal'i-de§
Phyt'ai-lus
Phyx'j-um
Pi'a-sus
Pl-cS'num
Pic-ta'vi-um
Pi-dy'te§
Pi'e-lus
Pi'e-r?i
Pi-6'r}-5i
Pl-er'j-de§
Pi'e-rls
Pi'e-rus
Pi'e-tas
Pirn-ple'?i
Piin-ple'i-de§
Pin'a-re
Pln'a-rus
Pin'da-rus
Pln'da-sus
Pi'o-n§
Pi'o-nis
PI-v8b'us, or

Pl-rae'e-us
Pi-rl'cus
Pl-rith'o-us



Pi-sae'us

Pis'e-us

Pi"si-as

Pis'i-dse

Pl-sid'j-ce

Pis-js-trat' j-dae

Pis-js-trat'i-

de§
Pj-sis'tra-tiis
Pis'si-rus
Pj-siith'nef
Pit'a-ne
Pith-e-cu'sji
Pith'e-us
Pith-o la'us
Pi-th5'Ie-on
Pit-j-u'sae
Pit'ta-ciis
Pit'the-a
Pit'the-us
Pit-u-a'ni-us
Pit-y-ae'?i
Plt'y-us
Pit-y-u's^i
Pla<j-i-de-}-a'-

nus
Plan-cl'n?i
Pl5i-tifi'?i
Plat'a-ge
Plat'a-nus
Plsi-tg'a
PlMe'ae
Plji-ton'i-ci
Pleb-is-ci'tum
Ple'ia-des
Ple'i-as
Ple'i-o-ne
Plem-myr'i-

um
Plcm'ne-us
Pleu-ra'tus
PJex-au're
Plin'thj-n'e
Plis'th^-niis
Plis'the-nef
Plis^to'Et-nax
Plis-to-ni'ce§
Plis-to-nl'cus
Pneb'e-bis
Pni^'e-us
Pod-a-]e'a
Poe^'j-lS
PcBm'e-nis
PcEn'j-cus
Pol'e-morr
Po'lf-as

Po-li-e'i-ai
Po'li-eus



Po-lis'trai-tus
P6l-i-te'a
Pol-iin'e-fli
Pol-y-BB-mon'i-

de§
Po-lyb'j-das
Pol-y-boe'a
P9-lyb'o-tum
Pol'y-bus
P61-y-ca'on
Pol-y-cas'te
Po-lygh'a-re^
Pol-y-cle'a
Pol'y-clef
Po-lyc'ra-te§
Po-lyc'rj-tus
Po-lyc'tor
Po-lyd'a-mSLs
Pol-y-deu-ce'?i

Po-lyg^i-us

Po-lyg'o-nus

Pol-y-id'j-us

Pol-y-i'dua

P61-y-la'us

P9-iyrn'e-don

P9-lym'e-ne^

Po-lym'nj-a

P9-lyri'9-e

Pol'y-phron

Pol'y-ren

Pol-y-steph'?i-

niis
P9-lys'tra-tus
P9-ly'te?
Po- ly t'i-on
Po-lyt'r9-puS
P9-lyx'e-na
Pol-yx-en'{-

das
Po-lyx'e-nus
Pom-ax-as '-

Poin-pe'i-a
Pom-pe-}-a'nus
P9m-pe'}-i, or

P9m-pe'i-uin
P9m-pe'}-us
Pom'pe-lon
P9m-pl'lus
Pom-po-sj-a'-

nus
P9mp-ti'nus
Pon'ti-£i
Pgn-ti'na
P9p-lic'9-la
P9P-pa3'^ S51-

bi'na



P9p-paB'us

P5r'a-ta'

Por-do-se-le'ne

P9-red'o-rax

P9r-phyr'}-on

P9r-phyr'j-us

Por-phy-ro^-

en-ni'tus
Por'ri-m^i
Por'ti-51
P9r-tu'nus
P9-sid'e-on
P9-si'de§
P9-si'don
Po'sj-o
Post'hu-mus
P9-tam'i-de§
Pot'ct-mon
Pot'a-mus
Pot-j-dae'a
P9-ti"tj-us
Pot-ni'a-de^
Pot'ni-£B
Prae-nes-tl'ni
Pram'ni-iSnijor

Pram-nl'um
Pra'fi-I
Pras'i-nus
Prat'j-nas
Pra.x-i-bi3'Ius
Prax-id'a-mas
Prjx-id'j-ce
Prax'i-lEi
Prax-iph'?-ne§
Pr^x-it'e-le§
Prjix-ith'e-EL
Pre-u'^e-ne§
Pri-am'j-de§
Pil'a-mus
Pri-a'pus
Prl-e'ne
PrTm-i-pi'lus
Pri'o-lV
Pro£h'9-rus
Progh'y-t^i
Proc'le-a
Pro-clI'dae
Proc-9n-ne'sug
Proc'u-la
Proc-u-le'i-us
Proc'u-lus
Pr5'cy-on
Prod'r9-mfis
Pro'e-drl
Proet'i-de^
Pro-la'us
Prom'a-chiis
Prom'e-aon



Prom-e-nae'^i
Prom-e-the'-

us, a.
Pr6ni-e-thi'de|
Pr9-me'this
Proin'e thus
Prom'u-lus
Pro-nap'i-de5
Pron'o-e
Pron'9-mus
Pron'o-us
Pron'u-bjt
Pro-poBt'i-dej
Prop-y-le'51
Pro-sel'y-tu8
Pr9-ser'pi-n5i
Pros' er-jniie
Prot-5i-g6r'j-

de?
Pro-tes-j-la'us
Pro'tlie-us
Proth-9-e'nor
Proth'9-us
Pr6-t9-'^e-ne'5i
Pro-to|'e-ne§
Pro-to-ge-ni'?
Pr6-to-iiie-dl'5i
Pr9-tot'y-pon
Prot-ry-ge'^
Prox'e-nus
Pruin'ni-de§
Pru'sj-as
Pryt'a-ne^
Pryt'a-nls
Psam'a-the
Psam'a-thos
Pse-b5'§i
Pseu-do-ce'lja
Pseu-dos't9-

m^
Psit'ta-ce
Psy'ghe
Psy-cho-man-

te'um
Psyt-t^-li'si
Pte'le-os
Pte'le-um
Pter'e-las
Pter-e-la'us
Ptg-ghi'uin
Pt61'{-£hus
Ptol'y-cus
Pto'us
Pu-di'ca
Pu-pi-e'nus
Pu-te'o-li'
Pyg'e-la
Pyg-m£e'9n



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GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



819



Pyl'?i-de?
l'y-laem'e-ne§
Py-lag'9-rje
Py-la'on
Pyl'e-us
Pyl'le-6n
Pyin'?t-tus
Py-ram'e-def
Pyr'a-raus
Pyrgt-siis
P^re-j-cus
Pyr-e-nai'I
Pyr'e-tus, riv-
er.
Py-re'tus, man.
Pyr'gi-on
Pyr-g6t'e-le§
Pyr'o-de^
Pyr'o-eis
P3?r'o-is
Pyr'rhi-as
Pyr'rhj-cai
Pyr'rhi-cus
Pyr'rhj-dae
Py-tljffin'9-tus
Py-thag-o-re'i
Pyth'e-as
Pyth'e-us
Pyth'i-cum
Pyth'i-on
Pyth-j-o-nl'ces
Py-thoch'^-ris
Pyth'o-cle?
Pyth-o-la'us
Pyth-o-ni'ce
Py-thon'i-ci
Pyth-o-nl'cus
Pyt'ta-lus
Pyx-ag'?-thus

UuXd'ri-
fr6n§, or
Q.uad'ri-ceps
QuEBS-to're^
Q,uin-de-

cem'vi-rl
Qujn-qua'tri-a
Quln'qua-trus
Q,uin-quev'i-ri
Q.uin-til-i-a'-

nus
Quin-tiV i-an
Q.u'in-ti'lis
Q.uir-i-na'Iis
Q.iii-ri'nus
Quj-ri'tS^



R.

Ra-bir'i-Os

Ra-cil'j-si

Rae-sa'ce^

Rji-ml'se?

Rst-scip'o-lls

RMQ'me-n^i

Rau-ra'ci

Rau-rl'cl

Rav-en na'te§

Rav'o-la

Re-a'te'

Red'o-ne^

Re-^I'nai

Re-gi'num

Rem'u-lus

Re-ti'n^i

Rha'c}-us

RhEs'e-na

Rh^-gg'a

Rhain-sj-ni'tus

Rh^i-phe'a

Rhap-so'di

Rhfi3-cu'p9-lis

Rhas-cu'po-rls

Rba-to'us

Rhed'o-ne^

Rhe-ne'a

Rhe-o-mi'tre§

Rhet'}-c6

Rhe-tog'e-nef

Rhe-u'nus

Rhid'a-go

Rhi-mot'a-clef

Rhi-noc-9-lu'-

Rhod'a-liis

Rhod'a-nu3

Rho'de

Rhod-o-gii'ne

Rh6d-o-*y'ne

Rhod'o-pe

Rho-do'pis

RhcE-te'ura

Rhgx-a'ni

Rhu-te'ni

Rhu-the'ni

Rhyn'd^-cSs

Rhy"ti-u3

Ri^'i-mer

Rin-*i-be'ri

Rl-phee'i

Rix'9-mJB

Rjx-am'a-rae

Rod-e-ri'cus

Ro-mu'Ij-dfe

Ro-sil'la-nus



RS'sj-us

Ro-tom'j-gus

Rox-9-la'ni

Ru-bel'lj-us

Ru-bi-e'nus

Lap'p^
Ru-bi'go
Ru'brj-us
Ru'di-ae
Ruf-fi'nus
Ru-fil'lus
Rfl'|i-i '
Run-ci'n^i
Ru-pil'j-ug
Rus'cj-iio
Rus'ci-us
Rus-c6'nj-?i
Ru-sel'laB
Rus'pi-n§i
Ru-te'nl
Ru-the'ni
Ru'ti-la
Ru-til'j-us

Ru'fus
Ru'ti-lus
Ru'tu-bsi
Ril'tu-bus
Ru'tu-li
Ru'tu-pae
Ru-tu-pl'nus

s.

SXB'A-;eHOs

Sab'a-con

Sa-bse'i

Sa-ba'ta

Sa-ba'thfi

Sab'si-thae

Sa-ba'zi-us

Sa-bo'cl

Sa-bo'th?

Sab'r^-CcB

Sab'ia-ta

Sab'u-ra

Sab-u-ra'nus

Sac'a-das

Sac-51-pe'ne

Sach-a-ll'tg§

S^i-crat'i-vjr

Sac'ro-ne

Sad'a-lef

Sad-y-a'tSf

Sffi^-i-ine'rus

Sfet'a-be§

Sag-a-las'sus

Sag'a-na

Sag'gi-rls



Sa'js

Sal'a-con

Sal-a-gi'sa

Sal-^-mi'ngi

Sal'51-mis

Sj-lam'ti-ca

Sgi-la'pi-9, or

Sa-la'pi-as
SalVr?i
Sa-lar'j-csi
S5i-las'cl
S?-le'j-us
Sal-en-ti'ni
l:5§il-ga'ne-a
Sal-ga'ne-us
Sa-li-a'ris
Sa'l|-i_
Sal-i-na't^r
Sa'li-us
Sal-lus'tj-us
Sal' hist
Sal'ni^-cis
Sal-mo'ne
Sal-mo'iiis
Sa-l6'nie
Sal'o-mon
Sa-l6'na, or

Sa-lo'nEB
Sal g-ne'a
Sal-o-nT'na
Sal-o-nl'nus
Sal-pl'nas
Sal'y-e§, or

Sal'y-i
Sam-a-ri'tai
Saiii'a-tsB
Sam-bu'los
Sa-ine'nl
Sam-nl'te§
Sam'nitei
Sam-o-cho-ni'-

Sa-iiios'a-ta
Sam-o-thra'ce
Saii'a-os
San-£ho-ni'a-

thon
San-da'ce
San-dal-j-o'tjs
San'da-nus
San-dl'on
San-d5'ce^
San'ga-la
San'ga-ris
San'to-nae
San'tg-nef
Sa-o'ce



Sa-oc'9-ras

Sa-o'te^

Saph'^-rus

Sap-j-re'ne

Sj-pi're?

Sa-p6're^

Sap'pho (saf-

fo)
Sap'tj-ne
Ssi-rac'o-ri
Sar-a-me'ne
Sar'a-pus
Sar'a-sa
Sa-ras'pa-de5
Sara'vns
Sar-daii-9-pa'

lus
Sar-de'ne
Sar'di-ca
S'ar'do-ne§
Sar-don'jcus
Sar-dopli'a-tria
Sar-do'us
Sar'ma-tae
Sa-ron'i-cus

Sl'nus
Sa-ro'njs
Sar-pe'don
Sar-ra'nus
Sar'ra-pis
Sar-ras'tef
Sar'si-nsi
Sas'o-ne^
Sas'si-n^i
Sat-a-gy'tag
Sat'a-nas
Sa-ta'nef
Si'ti-se
Sat-i-bar-za'-

Sa-tic'u-lug

Sa-tra'i-djB

Sat-ra-pe'^

Sat'ra-peS

Sa-tri'cum

Sa-tr6p'?-ce5

Sat'u-ra

Sat-u-re'i-um

Sa-tu're-unj

Sat-u-re'i-us

Sat-ur-ni'nua

Sa-tur'ni-us

Sat'u-runi

Sat'y-rl

Sat'y-rus

Sau-roni'?i-t»

Sa-v5'ra

Sax'9-nSg



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320 GREEK AKD LATIN PROPER NAMES.



Saz'i-^hef
S<jae'a (se'a)
S<jBB'va (s5'-

va)
S^!Ev'o-la
Sca-man'drj-

us
Scan-de'a
Scan-di-na'-

Sca'n-tll'la
Scap-tes'y-le
Scap'ti-a
Scap'ti-iis
Scap'u-lfi
Scar'plie
Scar-phe'ai
Sear-phi 'gi
S^ed'a-sus
S^el-e-ra'tus
S^e-ni'tae
Sche'rj-a
Schoe-ne'is
Sclioe'ne-us
S^I-ap'o-d5§
Sci'a-tlils
S^I'a-thos
S^In'thl
S^I-o'ne
S^i-pi'a-d8e
S^j-pi'a-de^
S^i-ra'di-um
S^i-ron'i-def
Scol'o-tl
ScSni'brus
S(^op'e-163
S^yl'a-ce
. S^yl-a-cS'um
S^y-lii'i-us
S(jy-rl'a-de§
S^yt'a-ie
S^yth'i-de?
P^v-tlifip'o-lls
Seb-as-te'a
Seb-^s-top'o-

lis
Seb'e-d9i
Seb-en-ny'tus
Se-be'tu3
Se^'e-la
Se-dT*'i-ta3
Se-^e'ti-a
Se-gob'rj-ga
Seg'o-nax
Seg-on-tl'a-cl
Se-gu-si-a'nl
Sel-sagh-thl'a
Sel-domiis



Se-lS'ne
Sel-eu-ce'na
Ss-leu'ci-a, or

Sel-eu-ci'^
Se-leu'ci-dsB
Se-leu'cis
Se-leu-co-be'-

lus
Se-"leu'cus

Se-li'nun§, or

Se-li'iius
Sel-la'§i-a
Sel-le'is '
Se-lym'bri-a
Sem'e-Ie
Se-mid'e-i
Sem-j-ger-ma'-

ni
Sem-i-giin'tus
Se-mir'a-mis
Sem'no-nef
Sem-no'the-i
Se-mo'ne|
Se-na'tor
Se-na'tus
Sen'e-ca
Sen'g-ne§, and

Se-no'nef
Sep-pho'ris
Sep-tem'pe-da
Sep-tem'trj-o
Sep-te'ii-on
Sep'y-ra
Seq'iia-na
Seq'iia-nl
Se-ra'pe§
Ser-a-pe'um
Se-ra'pis
Se'r'dj-ca
Ser-^i'o-liis
So-ri'phus
Siir'my-la
Ser-re'um
Ser-vil-i-a'nus
Ses'a-muni
Ses'a-ra
Se-sos'tris
Set'a-bis
Sex-tl'lj>
Sib'o-tes
Si-byl'Ue
Sib-yl-lr'nus
Si-cel'i-d5|
Si^'e-lis
Si^'i-nus
S,c'o-ru3
Sxc'u-ll



Si"cy-on

Sl-cy-6'ni-a

Sld-a-ce'ne

Si'de

Sl-de'le

Si-de'ne

Sid-i-ci'num

Sld'o-nis

Si-do'nj-us

Sl-*!e'um, or

Si-ge'um
Sig'u-nse
Si-gfnl
Sl-Ta'I
STl'?i-ris
Sil'Et-riis
Si'mo-eis
Si'rag-is
Si-mon'i-def
Sim'u-lus
Sirn'y-ra
Si-ne'ra
Sin-^i-du'num
Sin-gu-lo'ne§
Sin'no-e
Sl-no'pe
Si-n5'pe-us
Sln'o rl'x
Sin-ti'ce
Si-o'pe
Sip.'y-ius
Sir-bo'nis
Si-red'o-ne§
Sl-re'n5§
Si'renf

Slr-o-pae'o-nef
Sir'o-pum
Sls'a-ph5
Sis'a-pon
Sis'a-ra
Sis'e-ne^
Sis'y-phiSs
Sith'ni-de^
Slth'o-ne^
Sith'o-nis
Sit'o-ne?
Sit-te-be'ns
Slz'y-gef
Smin-dyr'i-d
So-a'ne§
Sod'o-ina
Sol'e-nu3
Sol-le'uin
Sol'o-is
Sol-y-^e'51 .
Sol 'y -ma
S5p'a-ter
So-phfen'e-tus



ef



Sg-phe'ne
Soph'ro-na
So-phron'i-ciis
Soph-ro-nis'-

cus
So-pliros'y-ne
So-pi'thef
Sop'o-lis
So-rac'te
So-ra'nus
Sor'di-ce
So'si-a
So-sib'i-us
Sos'i-clef
So-sic'ra-te§
So-si|'e-nef
Sos'j-lus
So-sip'a-ter
Sg-sip'o-!is
So-sls'tra-tus
So'si-us
Sos'pi-ta
Sos'the-ne§
Sos'trEi-tiis
Sot'a-de^
So-ti-a'tef
So'ti-on
Sox'o-tas
Soz'o-men
So-zorn'e-nus
Spal'e-tlira
Spar'ta-ciis
Spar-ta'ni, or

Spar'tj-tae
Spar-to'lus
Spat'a-le
Sper-chi'ai
Sper-£hi'us
Sper-ina-loph'-

Spln'tha-rus

Spor'a-de|

Spu-rl'na

Stab'u-lum

St?i-^i'ra

Stam'e-ne

Staph 'y-liis

Sta-te'nus

Stat'i-UBe

Sta-tl'ra

Steg'^-nos

Sten'to-ris

Sten-y-cle'rus

Steph'a-na

St6ph'^-nus

Ster'o-pe§

Ste-sag'o-ras

Ste-sigh'o-ms



Stes-i-cJe'st
Stes-j-le'us
Ste-sim'brg-

tus
Sthen'e-lus
Stil'i-cho
Stj-rl'tae
Stoe£h'a-de5
Sto'i-cl
Sto'ics
Stra'ti-on
Strat'o-cle^
Strat-g-cli'a
Strat-o-ni'ce
Strat-o-nl'cu8
Stron'j*y-le
Stroph'?.-def
Stru-thI- a
Stru-thoph'5i-|i
Strym'o-nis
Sty-Iob'a-tef
Stym-pha'lus
Su-a^'e-la
Su-ar-d6'ne§
Sub'la-cum
Sub'9-ta
Sues-sl'o-nef
Sues-so'ne§
Suf-fe'te?
Sui'o-ne?
Sul'mo-na
Sum-ma'nus
Sii'ni-ci
Su'ni-de^
Su-od'ai-nsi
Su'pe-ruin

Ma're
Su'sa-na
Syb'Ei-rTs
Syb-a-rl't^
Syb'q-rite
Sy'e-dr?
Sy-5'ne
Sy-e-ni'te^
Sy-en'ne-sis
Syg'a-ros
Sy-l5'um
Syl'e-Qs
Sy-lI'o-ne§
Syl'o-e?
Syl'o-son
Sym'bo-li
Sym'bo-liini
Sy-me'thus
Sym'ma-chiiii
Sym-pleg'gi-

Syn'e-dri



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GREEK AND LATIN' PROPER NA:MES.



321



Syn-e-phe'bl

Syn'no-on

Syn'o-dus

Sy-no'pe

Syn'ty-che

Syr'a-ce^

Syr-gi-cu'sae

Syr'q-ciise

Syr'ina-tae

SyT-o-col'i-ce§

Syr-o-phoe-ni'-

ce3
Sy-sim'e-thre?
Sys'j-nas

T.

Tab^ra-ca

Ta-ca'pe

Tach'o-ri

Ta9'i-tus

Tac'9-la

Tac-o-pho'rjs

Taen'a-riis

Tal'a-us

Ta-la'v-r9i

Tal'e-tum

Tain'a-rus

Tam'e-sTs

Tam'y-ras

Tam'y-ris

Tan'a-^er

Tan'a-grfi

Tan 'a-gru3

Tan'a-is

Tan'a-quil

Tan'ta-lus

Tap'o-rl

1^p-9-si'ris

T^ip-rob'si-ne

Tap'y-rl

Tar'51-nis

T9ir-bel'li-cu3

Tar-chon-

dim'o-tus
Tar-pe'i-a
Tar-pe'i-us
Tar'qui-tus
Tar-ra-cl'nai
Tar'ra-c5
Tar'ta-rus
Tas's'i-to
Tat'ta
Tau-rl'a
THii-rob'o-lus
Tau'ro-is
Titt-rom'e-nos
Tau-ro-po-li'a



Tau-rop'o-lus
Tau-ru'bu-lae
Tax'i-lus"
Ta-y|'e-te, or

Ta-y'-^5'te
Ta-y|'e-t5s, or

Tji-y|'e-ta
Te-a'iium
Ti'a-riis
Tegh'na-tis
Tec'ta-mus
Tec-tos'a-*e§
Tec'to-sax
Te'^e-a, or

Te-l'ae'j
Teg'u-la
Te*'y-ra
Te°i-os
Tel'a-mon
Tel-a-mo-nl'si-

de§
Tel-chl'ne^
Tll'e-ba
Te-leb'o-8B
Tdl-e-bo'}-def
Tel'e-cle?
Tel'e-clus
Tel-e-cli'de?
Te-leg'o-nus
Te-lem' a-£hus
Tel'e-mus
Tel'e-phiis
Te-les'i-cle?
Tel-e-sin'i-cus
Te-les'pho-rus
Tel-e-stag'o-

ras
Tel'e-thus
Tel'i-nu3
Tel-ia'ne
Tll'me-ra
Tem-e-ni'a
Tern'e-nu3
Tem'e-sa
Tem'i-siis
Tem-ml'cef
Tem'pe-a
Tetn-py'ra
Tengh-te'rl
T6n'e-dos
Ten'e-rus
Ten'e-sig
Te-ne'um
Ten'ty-ra,

Eg-ypt.
Ten-ty'ra,

Thrace.
Te-re'don



TCre-us

Te-rid'a-e

Ter-i-da'te|

Ter'i-gura

Ter'me-ra

Ter'me-rus

Ter'mj-lius

Ter'rai-sus

Terp-si£h'o-re

Terp-slc'ra-te

Ter-ra-cl'nai

Tet-ra-go'nis

Te-trap'o-lis

Tet'ri-cus

Teu'cer

Teu-chi'rsi

Teuc'te-ri

Teu-o'jhis

Teu'ta-mus

Teu-thro'ne

Teu-tom'a-tus

Teu'to-nl, and

Teu'to-nef
Thac'co-na
Thal'a-maB
Thal'a-me
Tha-le'tef
Tha-le'us
Tha-ll'a
Tham'u-da
Tham'y-ras
Tham'y-r"g
Tlian'a-tus
Thap'sa-cus
Thar-|Ib'u-lus
Tha-rl'fi-de?
Thiu-maa-te'-

us
Tiis-£e-t5'tus
The-a*'e-ne|
Th^-a-te''te|
The'bae
Thebef
Theb'a-ia
Tli5'i-a
The'i-as
Thel-a-l'ra
Thel'i-ne "
Thel-pu'sa
Thelx-I'ori
Thelx-i'o-pe
Tliem'e-nus
Thera'i-son
TJie-nils'to-

cie?
Thein-j-sto*'e-

The-o-cl5'a



The'o-cle?
The'o-clu3
The-9-clym'e-

nus
The-oc'ly-tus
The-oc'ri-tua
The-od'at-maa
The-od'?i-tus
The-od-9-re'-

tus
The-Sd'o-rSt
The-od-9-rI'ttis
The-o-do'rus *
The-o-d5'si-a
The-5d'o-ta '
The-9-do'tion
The-od'o-tu's
The-o-du'lus
The-o-*l'toh
The-og-ne'tus
The-o-nl'cus
The-6n'o-e
Thi'o-pe
The-oph'a-nef
The-oph'i-liis
The-op'ro-pus
The-o'ris
The-g-ti'mus
The-ox'e-nai
The-ram'e-

The-rid'a-mas
The-rim'ai-

ghiis
Tlier'i-niis
Ther'i-tas
Ther-rao'don
Ther-mop'y-lae
The-rod'a-mas
Ther-sil'o-

ghas
Ther-sl'te§
The-ru'ghus
Tlies-bl'te§
Tlie-se'is
The-se'um
The'se-us, or

The'seus
The-si'da3
The-sI'de?
Thes-moph'o-

Thes-moth'e-

Thes-pe'sL
Thes-pi'a
Thes-pl'a-de?
Thes-pro'tus



Thes-ssi-lo-ni'-

Cfl

Thes'sa-lus

Thes-ti'-dl'uin

Thes'ty-lus

Theu'do-tus

Thi-od'a-raas

Thi"si-iis

This'o-a

Tho-an-te'ya

Thom'y-ris

Tho-nl'tef

Tho'o-sa

Tho-o'tes

Thra^'i-dae

Thras-y-bu'la«

Thra-sym'91-

ghus
Tliras-y-me'-

de?
Thras-y-me'

nus
Thre-i"ci-us
Thu-cyd'j-deJ
Thu-ri'nus
Thy-a-ml'a
Thy'a-mis
Thy'a-na
Thy-a-tl'ra
Thym'e-le
Thy-ml'a-thls
Thy-mogh'a-

Thy-od'a-mas
Thy-o'ne
Thy'o-te?
Thyr'e-us
Thyr'i-de?
Thyr-sa*'e-tef
Tl-a'ra '
Ti'a-sa
Tib'e-ris
Tl-be'ru3
Tib'u-Ia
Ti<j'i-da
Ti-cl'num
Ti-cl'nus, riv-
er.
TT<j'i-Tius,ma>u
Tl-fa'ta
Tig'a-si3
Ti-gra'neg
Ti-moen'e-tus
Ti-mal'e-nej
Tim-a-*e't©g
Tl-mag'o-ras
Ti-man'dri-d5f
Tl-man'|e-lus



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322 GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



Tim-5i-r5't?
Tim-si-slth'e-

us
Ti-ma'vus
Tim'e-SLs

Tim-9-cle'5i

Tim'o-cle§

Tl-moc'rMef

Tim-o-la'us

Ti-morn'^-

2I1US
Ti-mo'n^x
Ti-moph'5i-ne§
Tl-mox'e-nus
Tiph'y-s*5i
Tir-j-ba'sef
Tir-j-da'tef
Ti-sag'9-ras
Tl-sani'e-ne§
Tj-sl'a-rus
Ti-siph'9-ne
Tis'o-bi3
Tis-sam'e-nus
Ti-ta'nus
Tit'51-na
Ti-ta'ne5
Ti'tqnf
Tit-9-ne'u9
Ti-tan'i-def

Ti-ta'nus,
giant.

Tit'?i-nu3,
river. •

Tit'e-nus

Ti-tho'nus '

Ti"ti-5i

Tit'y-rug

Tit'y-us

TIe-pol'e-mus

Tni5')us

Tol'mi-def

Tol'o-phon

Tom'a-rua

Toni'i-sa

To-mi'tEB

Tom'o-ri

Tom'y-rls

Ton-do'tjk

To-ni'si

To-pa'zos

To-pa'zus

Top'i ris

T6r'e-t£e

Tor'j-ni

To-ry'ne

Tox-ic'ra-te

T5x'i-ll ■



Tra'be-?

Tragh'a-lus

TrFi-ghe'jt

Tra£h-9-ni'tis

Traj-a-nop'9-

lis
Tra-ja'nus
Trap'e-zon
Tra-pe'zus, or

Trap'e-zus
Tra-phe'a
Tras-i-me'nus

Treb'"u-1?

Tref'vi-ri

Trev'e-rl

Trib'o-ci

Tri-bu'nl

Tric'cBB (trik'-

se)
Trigh'i-naa
TrI-£ho'nis
Trlc-o-lo'ni
Trl-cBr'y-thiis
Tri-e're§
Tri-e-ter'i-c?
Trl-e-te'ns
Tn-|em'i-n^
Trl-go'imm
TrI-go'nus
Trin'a-crig
Tri'o-cl^i
Tri'o-dus
TrI-o'ne§
Tri'o-pas, &r
Tri'ops

Tri-phi'lus

Tri-phy'lis

Trlp'o-di

Trip'o-lis

Trip-tol'e-mus

Triq'ue-tr§i

Tri-te'a

Trit-o-ie-ni'^

Tri-to'ne§

Trl-to'nis

Tri-to'nus

Trl-um'vi-rl

Trl-vi'cum

Tro'a-d5§

Troch'a-ri

Troe'-ze'ne

Tro*'!-lus'

Trog-iod'y-tffi

Trog-lod'y-tef

Tr5'j-lu3

Tro-ju'*e-Tire

Troph'i-miis

Tros'su-ll



Trot'i-liSm
Tryg-9-dasm'o-

Tryph'e-rus

Tu'be-ro

Tul-li'9-1?

Tu-ne'ta

Tur'du-li

Tu-re'sjs

Tu'ro ne§

Tus'cu-lum

Tu'tho-^

Tu'tj-cura

Ty'9-n?

Ty-a-ne'i-us

Ty-?-nI'tis

Ty'^he (ti'ke)

Tygh'i-cus

Tych'j-iig

Ty'de

Tyd'e-us

Ty-di'def

Ty-e'nis

Tyn-dar'i-de5

Tyn'da-rls

Tyn'da-rQg

Tyn'ni-ghus

Ty-ph5'e-Q3

Ty-ri'o-tes

Ty-rog'ly-

phus
Tyr-rhe'i-daa
Tyr-rhi'dEB
Tyr-s5't^
Ty"sj-as
Tzac'9-ne§

u.

y cXl'e-g6n

U'cu-bis
U'lu-brae
ym-bre'nus
tln-de-cem'vj-

rl_'
yp-sa'lum
U-ra'ca
U-ra'gus
■D'ra-nus
tjr'bi-cag
U-re'um
Ur'*e-num
U'rj-a
U-ri'on
U'ri-te?
"Os'ca-na
"Os'ce-num



■Ds'tj-caa
U'ti-ca
tJx'a-ma
15x-eI-lo'-da'-
num

V.

Va-dXv'e-r6

Va-^e'sus

Va.'h9-li3

Vfi-i'cu3

V51-en-ti'nua

Val'e-rus

Van'da-)i

Van-da'li-I

Van-§i'9-ne5

V^-ra'ne^

Var'i-cQs

Vfi-sa'tae

Vas'co-n5f

Vec-to'nea

Vg'i-a

Ve'i-i

Vej'9-vi3

Ve-Ia'bruin

Ve-la'crum

Vll'e-dfi'

Ve-lib'9-rl

VeKi-ca

Ve-ll'num

V61'j-te^

Vel'i-trae, or

Ve-Ii'tne
Vel'ia-rl
Vel'l?-d^
Ve-na'frum
Ven'e-daB
Ven'e-ti
V^-ne'tj-j
VSn'ice
Ven'e-tus -
Ven-u-le'}-u3
Ven'u-lus
Ve-pi'cus
Ve-ra'gri
Ver-bi|'e-nus
Ver-cin-^et'9-

rix
Ve-rS'na
Ve-r5'tum
Ver-gob're-tiis
Ver''i-tas
Ver-o-ni'ca.
Ver'ri-tus
\'er-ru'go
Ver'ta-jrus



Ver'ti-c3

Ves'a-gu8

Ves'e-rls

Ves-ta'lef

Ves-ta'lis

Ves'u-lus

Vet-to'nef

Vi-a'dru3

Vl-a'ljs"

Vic-tum'v{-»

Vin-del'i-ci

Vin-dem'j-tbr

Vin'di-ll

Vi-ra'go

Vir-du'mj-riis

Vir-i-dom'51-

riis
Vis'tu-lji
Vi-sur'^"8
Vl-tIs'£i-tor
Vit'ri-cus
Vit'u-l?
V6g'e-su3
Vo-la'na
Vol'e-sQs
V9-log'e-sus
Vol-u-se'nus
Vol'u-sus
Vo-ti-e'nus
Vul-ca'nus
Vul-si'num
VQl'tu-r?i
Vul-tu-re'j-iJs

X.

Xan-tho-

pu'Lys
Xan'tj-clef
Xan-tip'pe
Xe-nag'9-ra3
Xen'a-re§
Xen'e-tu3
Xf-ni'a-de?
Xen o-cle'ai
Xen'o-cles
Xen-9-cli'def
Xe-noc'ra-te^
Xen-o-de'mu3
Xe-nod'i-Ce
Xe-nod'o-ghua*
Xen-o-do'nis
Xe-iiod'o-te§
Xe-nod'o-tiis
Xe-noph'a-nS^
Xe-noph'i-lu3
Xen'o-phon
Xen-o-pi-thl'j



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GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



323



Xerx-e'ne
Xi-me'ne
Xi-phe'ne

z.

ZXb'a-tOs

Zab-dj-ce'ne

Zab'u-lu3

ZSic'9-rus

Zal'Mef



Za'me-Ts

Zan'c'lS

Zan'the-nef

Zan'thj-cle^

Z'ar-bi-e'nu3

Zar-do'ce§

Zar'e-te

Z?i-ve'cef

Ze-bi'nsi

Ze-le'?i

Ze-le'u3



Ze-lot'y-pe

Zen'o-clCs

Zen-o-cli'de§

Zen-o-d5'rus

Ze-nod'o-tQs

Ze-noph'a-ne?

Ze-no-po-si'-

don
Ze-noth'e-mis
Zeph'y-rus



Zeu-gi-ta'nji

Ze'us

Zeux-i-da'raus

Zeux'i-das

Zeux ip'pe

Zi-*I'r?i

Zi-niy'rl

Zi-ob'e-ris

Zmil'a-ee^

Zg-dl'a-cus



Z5-i-te'uni

Zon'a-rSs

Zoph'o-ru3

Zop'y-rus

Zos'i-mus

Zos'i-ne

Zy^'e-na

Zy-goin'a-la

Zy-gop'o-lls
Zy-grl't?



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SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES.



REMARKS.



1. One of the principal differences
between the pronunciation of the He-
brew proper names and those of the
Greek and Latin, relates to the sound
of the letter g, which, in Greek and
Latin names, is soft before e, i, and
t/ ,• as, ffellius, fifippius, fiyas ; but in
Hebrew names it is hard ; as, jfferi-
zim, pideon, A few Hebrew proper
names, however, by passing through
the Greek of the New Testament,
have become conformed to the rule
relating to words from the Greek, by
softening the g; as, fircnesarethy Beth-
pha§e.

2. The letters cA, in Hebrew names,
are sounded hard, like k ; as, Chebar,
(ke'bar,) Enoch, (e'nok ;) but the words
Rachel, Cherubim, also Cherub, (an an-
gel,) are Anglicized in their pronun-
ciation, the ch being sounded like ch
in cheer; but Cherub, a city, is pro-
nounced ke'rub.

3. In some Scripture names, in



which the vowels ia follow tn ac-
cented vowel, the a is articulated by
the /, like y consonant ; as, A-chd,Hq,
(j-ka'y^i,) i-^a'iq, (I-za'y?i ;) but a part
of the Scripture names which end in
aiah are pronounced by all the orthoe-
pists with the accent on thei; as,
ShSm-q-l'ah.

4. The consonants c, s, and t, before
ia and iu, preceded by the accent, in
a number of Scripture names, take
the sound of sh ; as, A'si-q, (a'she-?,)
Gq-la'ti-q, (ga-la'she-a.)

5. The pronunciation given in thia
vocabulary is generally that of Walk-
er; t»ut in some cases, the pronuncia-
tion of other orthoepists is inserted ;
as, for example, the following words
are pronounced by Walker thus :
A'bi-hl, A-ma'sq, BSn'hq,-ddd, SSn-nq'
qhe'rlb ; and by other respectable or-
thoepists thus : Jl-bVel, Am'q-sq, Ben-
ha'dqd, Sen-naqh'e-rib.



A'a-lXr

Ab'a-dah

Ab-9-dI'gt3

Ab'§i-na

Ab'9-rim

Ab'a-ron

Ab-di'as

Ab'di-el

^-b6d'ne-go

Ab'e-san

Ab'e-sar

Ab'g^-riis

^-bl'a

A-bj-al'bon



A-bi'j-saph
A-bl'Hbar
A-bI'dah
Ab'i-dan
A'bj-el, or
A-bl'el
A-bi-e'zer
Ab-i-ha'il
A-bi'hu
A-bl'hud
A-bi'jam
Ab-i-Ie'ne
A-bim'a-el
A-bim'e-legh



A-btn'a-d5b

A-bin'o-am

A-bi'ram

A-bi'rom

A-bis'a-i

Ab-i-se'i

Ab'i-shag

A-bish'a-har



Online LibraryJoseph E. (Joseph Emerson) WorcesterA primary pronouncing dictionary of the English language : with vocabularies of classical, Scripture, and modern geographical names → online text (page 57 of 61)