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By Carl Darling Buck

Originally released in 1949 and showing now for the 1st time in a paperbound version, Buck's Dictionary is still an critical instrument for diachronic research of the Indo-European languages. prepared based on the that means of phrases, the paintings comprises greater than 1,000 groupings of synonyms from the central Indo-European languages. greenback first tabulates the phrases describing a selected thought after which discusses their etymological and semantic heritage, tracing adjustments in which means of the foundation phrases in addition to offering instances indicating which of the older varieties were changed through expressions of colloquial or international origin.

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Still; synonyms (adj) calm, pacify, peaceful, silence, quiescent, serene, silent, appease, inactive, motionless, mute, peace, (n) hush, (v) quiet, assuage, compose, lull, soothe, allay, ease; antonyms (adj) moving, effervescent, fizzy, windy, (n) noisy. energji energy; synonyms (n) animation, dash, force, life, spirit, determination, drive, effort, might, strength, vigor, vitality, capability, action, activity, dynamism, go, impetus, potency, power; antonyms (n) lethargy, apathy, exhaustion, tiredness, weakness, idleness, sluggishness.

Gati 1. almost; synonyms (adv) nearly, approximately, just, around, most, practically, roughly, virtually, some, relatively, (prep) about, (adj) near, nigh, approaching, approximate, barely, 2. nearly; synonyms (adv) almost, close, closely, intimately, much, dear, halfway, (adj) thereabouts. gazetar journalist; synonyms (n) reporter, writer, author, chronicler, diarist, newscaster. gazetë 1. periodical; synonyms (n) journal, magazine, newspaper, review, organ, publication, book, (adj) periodic, intermittent, recurrent, annual, 2.

Enter; synonyms (v) enlist, embark, enroll, book, chronicle, record, input, arrive, come, accede, attack, begin, board, enrol, insert, introduce, participate, penetrate, pierce, register; antonyms (v) leave, depart, delete, exit. hyrje 1. portal; synonyms (n) door, gate, mouth, entrance, entry, porch, inlet, chops, lips, orifice, 2. entrance; synonyms (n) admission, access, admittance, arrival, doorway, threshold, accession, induction, advent, appearance, approach, (v) enchant, captivate, charm, bewitch, enrapture, fascinate, enthrall, delight, beguile; antonyms (n) departure, exit, (v) bore.

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