Catalog Record: Radices verborum iroquaeorum | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Radices verborum iroquaeorum. Auctore r.p. Jacobo Bruyas. Neo-Eboraci, J. M. Shea, 1863.

Main Author: Bruyas, Jacques, 1635-1712.
Related Names: Shea, John Gilmary 1824-1892.
Language(s): Latin ; Mohawk ; French
Published: [New York, AMS Press, 1970]
Edition: 1st AMS ed.
Subjects: French language > Dictionaries > Mohawk.
Mohawk language > Dictionaries > French.
Note: "The present volume ... was written evidently in the latter part of the seventeenth century, and most probably on the banks of the Mohawk ... The grammatical sketch is rather a series of notes. The main work ... comprises the primitive words of the language ... with derivatives from each word ... Except in strict alphabetical arrangement, it is a very full Mohawk dictionary, written in Latin, but with the meaning of the words in French."--Pref.
Half-title, added t.p. and preface in English. Added t.p. reads: Radical words of the Mohawk language, with their derivatives. By Rev. James Bruyas. New York, Cramolay Press, 1862.
Physical Description: 123 p. ; 24 cm.
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