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Epimerisms

Epimerisms  

(sing. ἐπιμερισμός, “distribution, parsing”), elementary word-by-word commentaries on literary texts intended for school use and comprising parsing, morphology, orthography, prosody, semantics, and ...
koinē

koinē  

The form of Greek (koine = common) which was the international language after the death of Alexander the Great (323 bce) both in cities of Greece and throughout the Hellenistic world. It is a ...
vernacular

vernacular  

The indigenous language or dialect commonly spoken by members of a community. See also Black English Vernacular. [From Latin vernaculus belonging to a household slave, from verna a household slave]
zoology

zoology  

The study of animals (including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, spiders, and molluscs) and their structures and functions. Contrast zooecology. See also botany.

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