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" ... Glosses to the Latin text have come down to us — the Lindisfa/rne Gospels and the Rushworth Gospels. It may be explained that a gloss differs from a translation in that it construes the text word for word, between the lines, without much regard... "
The Gospel According to Saint Mark in Anglo-Saxon and Northumbrian Versions ... - Page xvii
edited by - 1871 - 144 pages
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Origins of the English People and the English Language

Jean Roemer - British Isles - 1888 - 658 pages
...of the Northumbrian dialect, inasmuch as a gloss construes only the foreign text, word for word, and without much regard to the grammatical arrangement...the meaning of the words of the original separately, so that the original itself be more easily understood; whereas a version or translation conforms to...
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The History of the English Bible

John Brown - Bible - 1911 - 136 pages
...for word, between the lines, without much regard to the grammatical arrangement. It simply supplies a clue to the meaning of the words of the original separately. The Lindisfame Gospels, also known as the Durham Book, is one of the most valued treasures in our national...
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The History of the English Bible

John Brown - Bible - 1912 - 136 pages
...for word, between the lines, without much regard to the grammatical arrangement. It simply supplies a clue to the meaning of the words of the original separately. The Lindisfarne Gospels, also known as the Durham Book, is one of the most valued treasures in our...
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Analysis of the Scandinavian Loanwords in the Aldredian Glosses to the ...

Sara M. Pons Sanz - Altenglisch - 2000 - 144 pages
...accepted nowadays. 3.4.3. The glosses Skeat (1871: xvii) defined a gloss as follows: A gloss [•••] construes a text word for word, without much regard...the meaning of the words of the original separately, so that the original itself be more easily understood. A translation goes a great deal further; it...
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the history of the english bible

Thomas Harwood Pattison - Bible - 1938 - 281 pages
...for word, between the lines, without much regard to the grammatical arrangement It simply supplies a clue to the meaning of the words of the original separately. The Lindisfarne Gospels, also known as the Durham Book, is one of the most valued treasures in our...
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