A desk-book of twenty-five thousand words frequently mispronounced, embracing English words, foreign terms, Bible names, personal names, geographical names, and proper names of all kinds current in literature, science, and the arts, that are of difficult pronunciation, carefully pronounced, annotated, and concisely defined and indicating the preferences of the leading dictionaries from 1732 to 1924 by Frank H. Vizetelly.
|Main Author:||Vizetelly, Frank H., 1864-1938.|
New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1917.
xxxvi, 906 p.
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