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OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR
TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL GREEK: AND WITH THE FORMER
BY HIS MAJESTY'S SPECIAL COMMAND.
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRE88
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Bourg. 18mo (Pron.).
TABLE OF SIGNS USED IN THIS BOOK
EVERY effort has been made that the signs used in this book should be as few and simple as possible.
The words of which the pronunciation is marked are divided into syllables by short hyphens (-). The syllable on which most stress is to be laid in reading is marked (?). In compound names two accents are often introduced. The longer hyphen (-) indicates the division into parts of compound names so far as it is noted in the Authorized Version.
ä as in ah, arm, father.
» abet, hat, dilemma. tā tame. â fare.
met, her, second. ē mete. ë a in tame. ī as in fine. Y him, fir, plentiful. î machine. i peculiar. Ō alone. >
on, protect. Ô nor.
son. ū tune. û rude. ů
us. ů turner. ў
o of alone.
i of fine.
H. A. REDPATH, M.A.