Definition of Aspiratae
1. aspirata [n] - See also: aspirata
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aspiratae
Literary usage of Aspiratae
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Comparative Grammar of the Indo-Germanic Languages: A Concise Exposition by Karl Brugmann, Robert Seymour Conway, William Henry Denham Rouse (1888)
"This is however not very probable from a phonetic point of view. The Indg. tenues aspiratae. § 653. It is less doubtful that the Indg. prim, ..."
2. The Latin Language: An Historical Account of Latin Sounds, Stems and Flexions by Wallace Martin Lindsay (1894)
"But these varieties are not kept distinct in other I.-Eur. languages. In Greek tenues aspiratae take the place of the Sanscrit mediae ..."
3. Grimm's Law: a Study: Or Hints Towards an Explanation of the So-called by Thomas Le Marchant Douse (1876)
"(a) Either 2z weakens some Tenues to aspiratae instead of retaining them as Tenues; Or S weakens (abnormally) some Tenues to ..."
4. Old English grammar by Joseph Wright, Elizabeth Mary Lea Wright (1908)
"Table II contains the Indg. mediae aspiratae and the velars q, ... (4) The Indg. mediae aspiratae became in prehistoric Latin and Greek tenues ..."
5. Grimm's Law: A Study Or Hint Towards an Explanation of the So-called by Thomas Le Marchant Douse (1876)
"(a) Either %x weakens some Tenues to aspiratae instead of retaining them as Tenues; Or 2 weakens (abnormally) some Tenues to ..."