IndexTo save space, this Index does not include references to persons whose names occur only in the 'Suggestions for further reading'. Where topics are covered very frequently, an initial definition only is referred to.
|actuation of change see triggering of change |
|Ælfric (Abbot and homilist) 19 , 58 , 81 , 97|
|analysis see synthesis to analysis |
|Ancrene Riwle see Ancrene Wisse|
|see also Mercian, Northumbrian |
|Anglicana script 59 , 60 , 63 ; |
|Apology for Poetry see Sidney, P. |
|Arte of English Poesie, The see Puttenham, G. |
|assimilation phenomena 82|
|associative meaning see meaning, connotative |
|Auchinleck Manuscript see manuscripts |
|Authorised Version see Bible |
|auxiliary verbs see verbs |
|Ayenbite of Inwyt21 , 130|
|Ballantine, J., of Ayr 170|
|Basilikon Doron see James VI and I (King) |
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Book title: An Historical Study of English: Function, Form, and Change.
Contributors: Jeremy Smith - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: 216.
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