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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 11 haulle Phoenician alp or alpin (high, and high mountain), from the height of the coast.....
" Phoenician alp or alpin (high, and high mountain), from the height of the coast. Sprengel, in his Universal History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Albyn, the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him the plural of alp... "
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tekijä(t) Charles Anthon - 1848 - 1451 sivua
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 1

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1829 - 13 sivua
...Sprengel, in his Universal History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Attryn, the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him...which looks towards France, appears like a long row of rocjis. The ancient British poets coll Britain fnis Wen, \. e. the white island. ALBION, New. This...

Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 1

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford, Henry Vethake - 1879
...Sprengel, in his Universal History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Albyn, the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him...island, because the shore, which looks towards France, appeare like a long row of rocks. The ancient British poets call Britain Inü Wen, ie the white island....

Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 1

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1829
...Sprengel, in his Universal History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Albyn, the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him the plural of alp or ailp, which signifies rochy mountains, and to have been given to the island, because the shore, which looks towards France,...

Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Nide 1

Francis Lieber - 1829 - 13 sivua
...Sprengel, in \nUni versal History of Great Britain, think« it of Gallic origin, the same with »4/iy;<. the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him the plural of alp or пар, which signifies rocky mountains, and t'i have been given to the island, becaiix the shore,...

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Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford, Thomas Thomson, Allan Cunningham - 1836
...History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Alliyn, the name of the Scottish Highlands. It appears to him the plural of alp or ailp, which signifies rocky mountains, anil to liave been given to the island, because the shore, which looks towards France, appears like...

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Charles Anthon - 1841
...the Phœnieian alp or ¿.pin, " high," and " high mountain ;" from the height of the coast. Sprengel thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Albin, the...evidently comes from the same source with the word Alpet, and conveys the associate ideas of a high and chalky, or whitish, coast. ( Vid. Alpes, and compare...

The Popular Encyclopedia: Being a General Dictionary of Arts ..., Nide 1

1841
...Scottish Highlands. It appears to him the plural of 'alp or aitp, which signifies rocky vwiintains, and to have been given to the island, because the...towards France, appears like a long row of rocks. The ancient British poets call Britain Jnit Wen, \. e. the white island. ALBION, New. This name is given...

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Alexander Whitelaw - 1846
...same with Л%п, the name of the Scottish Highlands. It appears, to him the plural of'alp or «Up, which signifies rocky mountains, and to have been...the shore, which looks towards France, appears like в long row of rocks. The ancient British poets call Britain lita Wen, 1. e. the white island. ALBION,...

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FRANCIS LIEBER - 1851
...Sprengel, in his Universal History of Great Britain, thinks it of Gallic origin, the same with Albyn, the name of the Scotch Highlands. It appears to him...towards France, appears like a long row of rocks. The ancient British poets call Britain Inis Wen, ie the white island. ALBION, New. This name is given to...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ...

Charles Anthon - 1855 - 1451 sivua
...with Albin, the name of the Scotch hisW.inda. It appears to him the plural of Alp or Ailp, wh'.i'h signifies •• Rocky Mountains," and to have been...given to the island, because the shore, which looks toward» France, appears like a long row of rocks. The term evidently comes from the same source with...




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