An understanding of Greek is necessary in order to comprehend the traditional jobs as well as societies that have actually formed Western human being by themselves terms. From Homer as well as Plato to the Scriptures, the Greek language inhabits an one-of-a-kind area in the fundamental messages of human background. This thesaurus provides over 1,800 web pages of the most up to date etymological research study to supply brand-new understanding of the definition and also beginnings of 7,500 access.

Classicists, excavators, trainees of the Scriptures, and also all those curious about the Greek language, grammars, as well as the background of Greek will certainly locate this to be an essential source for comprehending Greek and also the old messages initially composed in that language.


Provides brand-new understandings making use of the most up to date breakthroughs in etymological researches Has 7,500 access Consists of bibliographical referrals for each and every entrance
Title: Etymological Thesaurus of Greek Magazine Day: 2009 Quantities: 2 Resources: 1 Pages: 1,808 Source ID: LLS: TYMLGCLDCTGRK
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Etymological Thesaurus of Greek, vol. 1

Writer: Robert Beekes Author: Brill Magazine Day: 2009 Pages: 885

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Given that the magazine of the last etymological thesaurus of Greek, both the restoration of Proto-Indo-European and also our understanding of the Greek substratum have actually caused many, as well as commonly unusual, brand-new understandings right into the background and also development of the Greek vocabulary.

The Etymological Thesaurus of Greek is the initially thorough etymological thesaurus of Greek in the English language. It is a treasure covering 2,000 years of old Greek from Mycenaean through Homer as well as the classic duration to lexicographers, such as Hesychius (5th century advertisement). It includes 7,500 access with completely changed etymologies. Each entrance provides clear info regarding the beginning of the Greek word and also its very first day of attestation. It even more supplies all etymologically pertinent versions, dialectal kinds, by-products, substances, as well as bibliographical recommendations.

This etymological thesaurus is a genuinely essential device for those looking for a much deeper expertise of the Greek vocabulary, its background, and also a much better understanding of the language.


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Etymological Thesaurus of Greek, vol. 2

Writer: Robert Beekes Author: Brill Magazine Day: 2009 Pages: 923

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Given that the magazine of the last etymological thesaurus of Greek, both the repair of Proto-Indo-European as well as our expertise of the Greek substratum have actually resulted in various, and also usually unexpected, brand-new understandings right into the background and also development of the Greek vocabulary.

The Etymological Thesaurus of Greek is the initially detailed etymological thesaurus of Greek in the English language. It is a bonanza covering 2,000 years of old Greek from Mycenaean through Homer and also the timeless duration to lexicographers, such as Hesychius (5th century advertisement). It includes 7,500 entrances with completely modified etymologies. Each access provides clear info regarding the beginning of the Greek word as well as its initial day of attestation. It better gives all etymologically appropriate versions, dialectal kinds, by-products, substances, as well as bibliographical recommendations.

This etymological thesaurus is a genuinely important device for those looking for a much deeper understanding of the Greek vocabulary, its background, as well as a much better understanding of the language.


Robert Beekes is teacher emeritus of Relative Indo-European Grammars at Leiden College. He has actually released thoroughly on the historic grammar of Greek, Iranian, as well as Indo-European, consisting of The Growth of the Proto-Indo-European Laryngeals in Greek, The Beginnings of the Indo-European Small Inflection, A Grammar of Gatha-Avestan, and also Relative Indo-European Grammars: An Intro.