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A

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German

FOR

BEGINNERS

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or

WITH

NOTES

VOCABULARY

AND

BT

S/JOYNES,

EDWARD
Professor
Edltor

op

in

Carolina

South

Joynbs-Mbissner

German

M,
University

Classic

Grammar,

Plays,

A.

etc.

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BY

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INDEX.

PART

I.

INTERLINEAR

INTRODUCTION.
Pagb

1.

Proverbs

2.

Proverbs

3
4

...........

3.

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14.

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18
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70

71
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74

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INDEX.

PART

ix

SELECTIONS.

PROSE

IV.

Pagb

71.

Sfopu"

72.

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I.

PART

INTRODUCTION

INTERLINEAR

EXTRACTS

FAMILIAR

WITH

FOOT-NOTES

AND

ELEMENTARY

RULES.

I.

PART

INTRODUCTION.

INTERLINEAR

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unskilled

cowardly

IS^x xxxi,f))rad^ber iliigereSoh^e


(^/.)

unb
3;rom!t)e'ter

"afe

courier

berufen, insep.

whereto, for

what

cowards

dolts.

and

f
?

bent,

ju

fdnnett.

[]

suit.

Rulb

see

adj. for

Hug.

comp.

"fel jum^

ber

Sdufer fd^icfen*.

^um

trumpeter

battle

excellently {future)

ber

Sd^Iad^tfinb

; jur

treffUd^ h^irb fid^^^

unfit

indeed

away

"

wiser

err

aber
fie jtoar un'tiid^Hig,

Notes:

use

..

'

!
il^nen

mit

see

%\x ber,

supply "creatures",

nouu

Rulb

see

erfd^einen, insep.

"

X.

fid^

'

X.

or

compound
by

trans,

"

nouns

f(^i(fen,reflex,

verb,

IX.

Rulb

6.

%tx

(Sin

0ttnb

"unb ging auf einem

mit

^leifd^e.

bem

"tege iiber einen glufe, unb trug* ein


foot-bridge

"tiid

piece (of)

X.

ber
iQunbe^ getoal^r',

The

article

carried

toarb*
blidEte,
SEBolfer

while

looked
*

gleid^e"))eif
e trug.
Dl^ne ju
like

aware

RULICS.

in2'

^nbern'er

mouth

meat

nod^ eineg

er

im' 3RauIe.

xn
^leifd^

river

is

often

used

food

in

without

German

when

not

in

English.
XI.
is

question

takes

the

inverted

order,

unless

the

interrogative

nominative.

XII.
nouns

XIII.

Ifote

Names
of

The

of

'without

are

case

inflection

etc.

measure,
article

carefully

materials

the

often

cases

stands

with

the

for

several

the

English
prepositions.

possessive.

after

en ',bafebie"
geben'f

HEADER

GERMAN

[Part

"

fein 33ilbni" fei^^^, fprang

nur

image

er

in^

I.

SBaffer,

was

"tiicf gleifd^
fci^naj)j3te
nad^ jcncm "d^atten,unb fie^" ba" h)irl'ficl^e
after

snapped

in

bie

let

shadow

{dot.)

real

2^iefefatten.

{ace.) deep
"

Notes:
became

of

infin. with

takes

*in

tragen.

aware

ju

bent,
*

saw.

"

without

reflecting.

*in

XIII.

Rule

see

noc^ ein, yet one,

i.

biefeS.

for

bad.

another.

e.

"

toerben, old

rel. pron.,
^

fpringen.

Idiom:

past.

RuLB

see

II.

o^ne

laffen.

7.

9tegettibQgett.

unb

^Qtttte

glanjte in
fd^ijner
9le'ge"6o'ge"^

"in

shone

rain-bow

lobte i^n^^.
blicf'te,

SQBoIIen.

ben

clouds.

it

'
bnmif, riil^mte
9lici^t
jufrie'ben^
er pd^
aud^

boasted

content

saw

bie"

fd^oner''
ju fein* a(g bie Sonne,

[]

glanjenb" genug'abernur

than

fei*.
ein'far^big*

93Seril^ner=

enough

35ie

l^ortebie".

Sonne

^iH

3^

mit
"ici^t

bir

one-colored

toett'ei^fem^\^x"x6^fie Idd^elnb,toerbatg'befd^ei'ben'^i^ren^'^
contend

"tral^I in

"

modest(ly)

(l^er)

bemfelben*Slugenblidfe
Derfd^toanb"
vanished

{dot.plur.)

Slegenbogen.
^compound

Notes:
1.

in

SBSoIIen,unb

ben

beam

ber

hid

smiling

"

See

the

forms

Rule

XV.
the
yote

to

another
used

The

pronoun

carefully
from

"

in

referred

4^9artur"8

infin. ;
"

the

reflex,

object, often
that

trans,

it

not
"

was.

'

trans.

pres.

part,

comparat.,

see

adj., bright.

as

oerfd^winben, insep.

indirect

The

have

noun

same.

accents.

oerbergen, insep.

XIV.

referred
"would

''

XIV.

RULES.

the

not

are

note

"

subjunctive
being

tense

expresses

usually

the

thought

same

as

he

speech.

direct

gender

follows

the

grammatical

gender

to.
the

accents

general

of all
rules.

compound

words,

especially

all

seeming

of

7"9.]

BEGINNERS,

FOR

8.

Sie

fleifeige
"au"frau h)edEteil^re
jh)etTOdgbe atte SKorgen ^ fo*

"ne

housewife

industrious

Imlb'

waked

maids

"al^n fra^tc,jur' 2lr6eit. 3)ie SKagbe h)utbenbaru'6er'

ber

crowed

cock

(as)

soon

fattlett99lftgbe.

work.

fe^r jornigunb fagtenju cinan'ber


*
nid^th)dre *, fo biirften

[]

were

sleep.

nid^t mel^r

part, insep.

ttutrning.

every

past. subj. fcin, bilrfen. See


'

adv.

comparat.

early

what

time

5!Kdgbenod^ friil^er
\ \a fd^on urn 5!Kiftemad^f.

plur. all mornings, i. e.


**

friil^

unb immer

\oax

h)eld^e3^^* e^fei*. "ie

urn

[at]

more

now

*
bie
toetftebalder

'

brad^tcn i^n

old

knew

awoke

sep.

XVI

to

kill.

um'"ringcn,

comp.,

Rule

Rule

See
;

See

"

X.

if

trans,

Rules

it

compound.
not

were

VII.,

XVII.

perf

for,
"

etc.

TOiffen.

XIV.

subj., Rule

"indir.

Idnget" fd^Iafen."ie

h)tr

might

h)u^te' nun
ertoad^te,

"

accursed

but

therefore

toertounfd^'te*
"al^n

if

Slttein'bic "au"frau, bie fel^r


alt

\ioi)txf
urn.

Notes

SQBenn bcr

other

each

angry

very

'

9.

Siel^e

tlbereinen Knaben

h)einenb

er

feine iranie SWutter

to

fact

"

position

XVII.

prefixes

unb ftelin Di^n^


93ette,
bed

ifnabe

ftitt,
unbafeil^m*
iplo^Iid^

ber

suddenly

XVI.

RULES.

For

ber

bem

fright

then

swoon

home-

"d^redfen au^

Dor
for

tourbe

l^eim'gebrad^f
'h)urbe*,fjjtang

weeping

[in-two] (as)when

btad^' il^m*
broke

wood-wagon

once

entjhjei'.2lte

wad^t*. 3)a

f^atf.

ging einmal' ein "oI^h)agen, unb

boy

ein 33ein

mad^t

An

is expressed
of

verbs,

do

see

by

"

even

the

past

w^hen

"

that

is,

subjunctive

condition

in

both

trary
con-

clauses.

II., III.

Rules

prefixes

Inseparable
always

condition

unreal

never

take

separated

the
from

accent;
the

verb.

separable

'

SDSunbarjtbag

READER

GERMAN

lO

cr
toerBife
ein'rid^'tete

33ein

^cA^ letnen Saut

unb

fragteil^n:Sl^ut^^eg bit
3Kutter

answered

right badly

nid^tmerlen.

eg

shall

notice

Notes:
'

Idiom:

"

t"erbet|en.

/dinted
"

dat.

'

bred^ett.

envoy.
"

geben.

trans,

See

See

.,

one

Rule

"

X.

they

"

"^

; or

pass.,

he

e.

surgeon,

"

asked,

was

auxil.

pass,

i.

wound-physician,

comp.

by

brittgett,sep.

'comp.

leg.

VI.

Rule

and

2,

sotne

kis

possess.

note

indef

"

t^ut we^, it hurts.

eg

pains

anf toor'tete er, aber bie "

nid^ttoc^? 2ld^ja, red^targ,

foil"

violent

then

l^eftigcn
"d^merjen,

bit-down

fid^. 3Rau"

toon

sound

benn

bic

was-setting

I.

[Part

impers.

foSen.

10.

@in

feinem Ileinen "ol^ne auf ben

ging mit

Sanbmann

bag

l^inaug',
urn ju^ fel^en,06
out

surely

upright

head

certainly

superior

3ll^ren ab',
(of)

pair

ber

full

i*'^^')

fd^onften*Corner;

biefeaber, bie

XIV

"

the

See

um

5,

JU with
note

6.

latter, the former.

that

the

the

verb

uses

of

(Rule

leer.

quite empty.
infin. expresses
their

trans,
"

ber, bie, baS,

II).

grains

Cf^'*/^')

high

"

see

^o!t)ffo i)o6^]^ielt%ift ganj

Notes

plucked

meaner

off

ears

ipflurfte

S3ater

bie fid^fo
f^jrad^:"iel^e,biefeSll^re,

unb

befd^eibenneigte,ift tooll
ben

bend

earth

[]

stalks

35er
fein,jene"*fmb getoi^'toielfd^led^ter.
toor'nel^m

^aar"

comes

red^t
Sojjf fo aufred^ttragen ? 3)iefe*miiffentool^I

ben

however

ein

eg,

fid^fo tiefjur Srbe neigen,

Sleine', ba^ einige"alme

aber

how

ripe

some

anbere

reiffei^ Satet, Ivie lommt

Sorn

whether

see

ber

field

little

countryman

fagte

3Idcr

See
as

purpose

in order

heads, plur. for sing. ;

Rule
demonst.

'

XII.
or

as

sep.

to.
see

prefix of

relat. pron.

are

'

indirect

also Rule
verb.

"

question,
"

XIII.

superl.

"

see

In

Rule
contrast

^alten. Note

distinguished by the position of

BEGINNERS.

FOR

12.]

lO"

II

11.

"in

1.

beffen^ SSater
S'^'^'^^i^^i^/

"crr befud^te einen

Irishman

visited

gentleman

whose

geftorbenh)ar', urn' il^m fein SKifleib

ju

nid^tfid^*ju
l^ilft*

jener, eg

tt)irnur

tpenn

lang

testify

gtamen,

benn

grieve

for

[]

helps

lately

bejeugen. 5lun, fagte

pity

died

neulid^

ba8

affen

ung
ftel^t

bebor/

{dat.)

before

leben.

genug

if

live

anbcm

SJ^ISi^berbegeg'neteeinem

gin

2.

unb

fragteil^n:S93ag

met

ift^v"^

'

au"

unferem altcn ^teunbe 5PatridE


getoorben?
friend

(out) of

Sieber, erh)iberte ber anbere, ber


ju iDerben

"

become

5Pat h)ar toerur'tcilt,


gcl^angt

atme

replied

condemned

poor

; aber

cr

rettete

2ld^,mein

baburd^', ba^'

fcinSeben

saved

"

er

hanged

im

"efang's

through)

pri-

ntffeftart".
died.

son

Notes:
JU,
*

see

pass,

10,

ber

gen.

note

infin.

'

i.

relat.

"

"

intrans.

^elfett. "See

7,

thereby that he died, i.

auxil.

e.

flerben. Rule

"

"

notes.

by dying.

sep.
'**

pref.

XVIII.
^werben

"

urn

auS,

"

construed
to

with

become

of.

fterbett.

12.

1.

Sleifenbet*lam'

(Sin

an

eine

^a^re

traveller

unb

ferry

mietete ein Soot


hired

urn'

boat

3)a bag SOBaffer


ein loenigbetoegter
tl^nu'berjufe^'en,
loar, alg i^m
over

RULE
'whicli

"

XVIII.
is

then

little

As

set

Most

usually

intrans.
translated

verbs

by

have.

take

rougher

the

auxiliary

fettt/

12

GERMAN

READER

an'gene^m^ toar^ fo fragtc

if

boatman

fl'bcrfa^^t"erIorcn*

bcr

anttoortetc

never

Sc^iffer; ntein Sruber

^terle^e SBoc^e,abet toir fanb^n^

ertranl*
drowned

was

last

wedL

nac^ften*^^age toieber.

i^n am'

again.

next

"d^o^l^unb bi^** cincm "erm

"tt

lap-dog

^errin brud
mistress

"

cin "tudf au"

gentleman

te

i^r SDlitleibtnitforgcnbcn aBortcn


following

(press)

NoTKs

"

part, with

part,

pres.

pass,

auxil.

ertriitfen,intrans.

See

note

a.

as
^

noun.

indir.

question

finben.

"

part.,

as

pres.

lomtnen.
the

"

bem

an

Rulb

"

the

Xrme^

toerben.

"

infin.

sep.

is here

idiom.

auS

it

with

)u,
tense

past

note

"

adj.,see

um

8emc.

(out)

from

will

(dimin.)

bcm

piecx
"

bu toirft^^^nic^tIrani babon'
ic^l^offe,
2^ierd^cn,

9,

in

one

any

Slic'mafe,

toarc*.

toorbcn

lost

passage

"eine

Sc^iffcr,oi je'manb bci bicfer

[]

agreeaUe

2,

ben

cr

I.

[PART

sup.

oerlterett,perf

irreg. naff.

XIV.

Rulr

to

contrary

beif en.

VIII.

13.

Stt bet
2lte ein

einer

Dffijter*bon

gUn'teniu'gelim
^musket-ball

officer

toar,

Xafd^e.

bertounbet

knee

wounded
*

3"^^^^'berlot
mad^ten bie SSBunbarjtemel^rete(Sin'fd^nitte.
several

ber

Jtnte

Dffijietbie "ebulb",

unb

incisions

at

last

fragteh)arum' fiei^n fo un'barml^et'jig

patience

pitilessly

why

SB3it fud^en bie Kugel, ^a^Un fte. Xeufel!


belfianbeltcn.
seek

treated

ant'tootf ete
jagtetil^rba" nid^tborl^er'?

BULlB
noun-clause

er,

id^l^abeftein bet* 2:ofd^e.

before

(//.)

XIX.

When
has

the

toarum

devil 1

it

the
normal

haff,

conjunction
order.

See

Rules

that,*
I., II.

pocket.

is

omitted,

14

ba^

^u

then
"

"efangenen

there

unb

bat)on' ju

genug

(captured)
Notes:

bent.

ordinal

pref., oorftellen,/"?/r"*"/.
'

p.

laufen.
run

away

con

as
part., fattflen,

noun

"

"

^interlaffen, insep.

dat.

dat., bent ^ttnften.


'

[ ]

kill

[a^^.]

advbl.

part, inscp.

p.

See

"

gen.

I89 note
vcn^rs.,
pi., ju expressing result {factitive object.)tto make
6.

am

"err

ttttb

9ttci^9.

'
ein ^ud^", id^mu^
"oh)e, fJjtad^

must

2)it'^ '

*, mein S3erbru^
geftel^en

enblid^nur

vexation

confess

finally

"at bod^ iein "nbe.


indeed

3)er

end

toon bir nid^tgut\


6fel f})rid^t*
ass

"r

fagt,

\oa^

\i)an

bir ju loben

S)a^

toife'et

fanbe %

'praise

in
'

nid^t; bein

ipelb'enmuf
(com/.)

heroism
*

"ei, jhjeifellfiaft
; bu gabft i^m icine ^roben
proofs

doubtful

35on "rofemut unb

"ered^t'igieif
;
justice

generosity

"u

bie Un'fd^ulb,fud^teft"treit
tDiirgteft
[ ]

strangled

"r ionne

"in

contention

innocence

bid^nid^tlieben unb nid^tloben.

'^
ber SiJh)e ftitt,
SBeild^en fd^n)ieg

little while

2)ann

aber

was

[ ]

silent

\pxad) er:

^ud^^,

er

Wa^
f))red^e*

er

'scp.
g^lad.

prisoners.

15.

Sdtue

I.

fieju

fein,fieju toten, genug,

ba

(/"/.)

madden,

gu

[PART

READER

toetben genug

l^oren; bann

that

GERMAN

WxU;

16.]

/5"

1$

BEGINNERS.

FOR

mir ein

"fcl frrid^t,

2)enn

n)a"

2)ag

ad^f' id" nid^t.

t)on

regard
Notes:
^

See

Rule

Rule
XX.

"

In

V.
"

-^r.

address
"

Past.

Sir.

or

fpred^cn.

"

fc^ioeigen.

'd for

Rule

XX.

*infin.

insep.

subj. indirect, wife' for wiffc. See


^^

subj. asimperat. let,etc.

Pres.

it.

e8,

Pres.

'

subj. indirect, ftnbcn, geben.

aii^te,
Rule

XX.

16.

9Riitfe*

6iYf"9 unb

giingftfe^teeine

gfiucfe
fly

seated

lately

horn

stag

wSEBenn id^ju fel^r


bid^briidfe/'
too

much

"torad^ fte,^fo

press
''

rebe

fret!

speak

freely

""/' rtef*bcr "trfd^,"mein Siebd^en,


little dear

Sift bu aud^ in ber SBcIt

?"*

world

mit mand^em Siibd^en,


ift'g

"0

2)ag

chap

many

fid^fiirtwid^tig
l^alt.
(weighty) holds

Ste

^attnettn

uub

@ine Heine Siene

bie

iBiette^

flog
flew

6mfig l^inunb l^erunb fog "


busily thither

RULE

"words,
examples

XX,
and

Poetry
in

admits

-word-forniSy

hereafter.

hither

greater

especially

sucked

freedom
the

elision

In

the

of

vo'wels.

order

of
Note

GERMAN

READER

au"
"ii^'igleit'

[PART

I.

alien Slumcn.
flowers

sweetness

bie "cirtnerin,
Stend^en,fj)racl^
gardener's wife

2)tefteBeibet2lr6"ttrifft',
work

at

3Kand^eSlume

met

l^atauc^ "tft,
poison

bu

Unb

aQen

faugftoxA

93Iumen.

3^/ f^8* f^^ J"^ "artnerin,


to

the

^a, bag (SiftIa|" id^barin.


leave
NoTBS
"

faugetu

See

9,

note

"

z.

trcffen,present

fefte

"

for past.

therein

fd^, reflex.

Rule

XX.

auf baS.

"

rufen.

"

flieaen.

XX.

laffe,Rule

17.

IBiette ttttb bie

%\t

gin

Siend^entrani
was

"ie3

pel in einen Sad^.

unb

brook

"

fal^t)oIIaJiitleibeine S^aube
dove

(of)pity

Unb

toarf* ein Slattd^ent)on ber ^(xvb^,


little leaf

threw

bough

aSorauf* fiefa^',il^mju*
whereon

Unb

Xw^t.

sat

; ba"

Siend^enfd^toamm* bamad^

to

"
aug
l^alf
fid^glurflid^

"

Sad^.

bem

happily

"en

anbem

'
Eag fafeunf're %ox"%

next

our

toieber auf ber


3ufrie'ben

Saube.

again

"in

auf fteflefj^annt.
i^$tfeinSlol^r
3S9^r ^^^tt"
hunter

now

aJiein Siend^en fommt

aimed

gun

J)i4! ftid^t'g*
i^n in bie $anb,
stings

after

7"

18. ]

BEGINNERS.

FOR

^uff ! gel^tber gange "d^u^ bane'ben ".


shot

unb banit
entflic^t"

2)ie %a\xV

thanks

escapes

bid^" wH

"

%mm

ber
{dat.)

benle

^unfere,
insep.

plur. sup.

Rule

roerfen.

ne^men,

adj.as

willingly

ba^ bir aud^ ber Sleinftenii^enlann ".


serve

"

"

compound.

imperat.
^*

noun.

"u

"

"

sep.

comp.,

prcf. suroerfen.
by, that

near

obj., fid^annel^men, with

reflex,

transposed

ft|en.

"fted^en; 'SforeS.

XX.

least

(//.)

(think)
NoTBs

{ace.)

ber RWnften" toiOtg


3Renfd^'en^uIb'
an,
(of) humanity

Unb

il^rSebcn.

Sten'

Rule

"

gen.obj., to

II.

l^aft
jtoetDl^ren unb

in

e n

SKunb,
mouth

ears

'
bu'g Bef lagen ?
aBittft

lament

"ar

bieleg

foUftbu l^orenunb

much

very

brauf fagen.
SBentfl
little

2)u

it

to

2lugen unb
l^aft
jtoei

in

e n

3Kunb,

eyes

SKaci^'btr'g

ju

etgen';

[]
"ar

own

many

fel^enunb

fottftbu

mand^eg

(thing)

SKand^eg t)erfd^h)eigen.
keep

2)u
Sem'
learn

secret

l^aft
jtoet^anbe
e^

ermeffen

(to)

estimate

unb

in

e n

"

fd^roimmen.

is, astray.

SWunb,

care

en.
l^elf

entfliel^en,

for.

gen.

18

GERMAN

READER

[PART

I.

3toeic ftnbba jur' Slrbeit unb


work

[ ]
"titer

jumgffen*.
eating

(/ran.)
*

Notes:
that

is,iake

tooQen.
U

For
*

Juart.

barauf

Rule

sec

"

"

XX.

Jioei, as if plur., Rule

For

Sec

14,

it

9 ; make

note

See

"

XX.

Rule

"

X.

(your)

Infin.

as

own,

noun.

19.

S^annenbaum/

2^anrtenbaum

fir-tree

2Bie treu

finbbeine flatter !
leaves

griinftntd^t nur

3)u

in

bloom'st

"omnterjeit/

jur
the

SRein,aud^ im SBinter,tt)enn

eg

fd^neit.
snows

Sannenbaum,

2^annenbaum

mir fel^r
gefatten
:
tl^ttft'

2)u

please

dost

oftl^atntd^t'jur SBeil^nad^tgjeit^

aSie

Christmas

6irt S3aum

toon

bir*

"

mtd^ l^od^erfreut.
rejoiced

S^annenbaum,

2^annenbaum,

2)etn Kleib toittmid^ toa^*

:
lel^rett

teach

dress

S)ie
[

"offnung

unb

Seftdttb'igleif
firmness

hope

"iebt

2:roftunb ^raft ju jeberg^it.


strength

Notes
*

that is :

:
one

Compound.
o/tky

trees.

*
"

tl^un^ here
For

etwaS,

idiomatic,
something,

as
"

every
with

auxil.

gebeu

"

note

infin.
the

omit

in

English.

singular verb.

BEGINNERS,

FOR

1^"20.]

20.

aviac^^d

el^eitfo.

blicft mit

35ie "onne

l^eHem "d^ein
bright

looks

bie SBelt

freunblid^in

"0

l^tnein*
"

world

[] just

do

"er

"ei

5Wa(i^'"ebenfo !

unb
l^eiter
cheerful

so

"5l^e

ftrebter lul^n emj)or


boldly

strives

SKad^'g h)ie

im

S3aum

ber

"

fonnigen Slaum.
sunny

3)ie Duette

unb
fj)ringt

ripples

leid^tt)on Drt

giel^trafd^ unb
swiftly
tote

lightly

forth

Drt.

ju

place

Duett,

ber

space

riefeltfort*,

fountain

SKad^'g

up

as

moves

forth

boughs

stretches

3ur

glad

^fte bor',

ftrecftfeme

Saum

frol^!

unb

rege

bid^ fd^nett.

stir

5)er

quickly

SSogel fmgt fein Sieblein' l^ett,


little song

greut* ftd^an

"onne,

aJiad^'gebenfo

S3aum

"ei

unb

unb
riiftig

Duett';
frol^,

active

NoTBS
"

scp.

the

'

.'

pref

variant

comp.

Idiom

adv.
"

repeats
to

the

forms,

bie

tXuzVit

idiomatically

height,
and

ber

i.

c.

DueS.

alo/t.

the
"

sense

dimin.

of
"

the
reflex,

prep.

in.

verb, rejoices

fein.

Imperat.
"

in.

Note

PART

11.

FAMILIAR

Remark.

be

supposed

are

in

given

the

Notes

in

or

be

the

Vocabulary.

Sie

tiefen,

l^eruber, bie
fagte bie

unb

"2Bag

fdllt

ate

unb

bu

33eibe

bir

^anU

i^re "orner
bem

ein?"'

enben

unb

ijortDdrt^

unb

rannten

ftrengung
nigen"

unb

an^^''

ju

aber

retteten.

"artndcfigen

tt)oIIte

SBege!"
""e^'
Srilde."

ber

fo t)iel alter

"

bar

auf/ ba^ fie einanber*


fo lam

guerft l^iniiber,unb
2^l^dtlid^feiten. "ie

jomig
beibe

fd^malen

toeld^em

au"

Ufer

ben

ber

$Kimmermel^r!"

"treite

iiber

"tege,

bem

aug

jwerft auf

^^^

^zh'tx tooUte

ijerloren

present,

rief bie anbere.

fd^on!"

jum

SBalbftrom,

mir*

l^artnatfiger

tooUten.

einanber

fd^malen

berfe^te bie erfte. "^(!S)bin

immer

the

fiil^rte
; bie eine

SBalbftrom

la^ mid^ l^iniiber.3^

l^eftigen "to^e

ftiirjtenmit

einem

auf

mir

h^dre*^

of

rules

simplest
will, for

forms

S^^^^tt*

l^inuber.' ""el^'

"2)a"

beftanben

l)om

'

foUte bir tweid^en?

nid^t nad^geben
e"

fid^*

reifeenben

anbere

eine.

juriii

bu*

ibeiben

SiizQ^n begegneten

einen

iiber

known.

the

and

Irregular

'to

21.

3h)ei

forms

grammatical

regular

The

"

construction

PROSE.

"teg

fie fid^
"o

einanber.*

gegen

ba"

nur

l^ieltenlo
93ei

"leid^getoid^t; fie
l^inab in
mit

gel^t'g"

ben

ben

rei^s

grower

2lns

(Sigenfin*

^'

cBrimm.

15

24

GERMAN

%%.

"ine

fam

aRaug

READER

%\t

Huge

unb

fal^eine gatte, "2ll^a/'

fagte fte, ^ba

eine g^atte! 5)ie Kugcn aRenfd^en!


ftel^t

fteHen fie mit

bret

unb

fte

'

igoljci^eneinen fd^tweren3i^9^^ aufred^t,

eine

bann

Hiiger toareii

5EBir

^aHe.

biffen

3a,

SRein,nein, id^fenne

6""

r%te

e"

jufammen,

mit
unb

5Rdgd^en

bem

ben

ganj

fd^on

man

Seben

gem.'
bie

"in

Hgd^en

g^aUe unb rod^ an

lofegeftellt
; unb faum

be*

"})edf, flaj)})^!fo" fielfie"

3Rdu"d^en
liifterne

ba"

5Raf^er tot/

goalienid^tjufatten. Unb

liefunter

aber

"j)edEe.2)ie J^^ttetoar

bem

bie

"j)etf bod^ fiirmein


id^ baran."

ried^en'mug

fc^Iagtben

?!Jldu"d^enfort,"ried^en'barf

blo^en SRied^en*lann

id^ ried^e ben

"})e4 freff
en

Sift."

eure

"2tber/' ful^r*'ba^
SSom

SWdugd^en nid^t

ben

man

unb

urn

h)ir

twenn

too^I, twenn

! fdtttber giegel
h)ia/ !raj)l)^

lobaran.

SDa

^5(jci^enfteienfteein "tiitfci^en
35ag
(2})e(f.'

ber

eine^*

o:c\.

snennen

IS

mavi^.

i^rem Sod^e

au^

II.

[Part

jerquetfd^t.

toar

ffilinberfreunb."

(Sin

lebige^^ferb

ein

unb

"errn bienftbar,mugten*
"9limm
nur

si^r

mir'

einen
ju

unb

^fetb

^a^

S3,

bet

fd^toerbelabener

neben

einanber

bod^, liebe^ Slog," bat

fleinen S^eil meiner

95oben."*

3)a"

ibelabene

ber

Saft ab,

@fe(.

6fel, beibe einem

iiber

Sanb*

gfel, "nimm
benn

gel^en.
mir

bod^

id^ftnfefonftunter

fid^; feufjenbfd^Iid^ber
$ferb toeicjerte

arme

l^unbert"4"ritte toeiter,ftraud^elte
Safttrdgernod^ einicje

bann

unb

fan! tot

gur

grbe

nieber.

2)er

2^reiber,ber

gu

f^jat

t^at alle" SDioglid^e/fein 2:ier toieber


fein tlnred^t einfal^,
crmuntern;

al"

er

aber

ju

fab, bag feine3Jtube bergebeng h)ar,*

tx,

jog

bod^'

urn

ettoa^

legte bie

ah, unb

5Pferbe*auf

bem

BEGINNERS.

FOR

22"24.]

ganje

bcm
bel^alten,

ju

mit

Sabung,

toten

lo

obenbrein/
(Sfel^l^aut

ber

Unbarmfeerjigleit.

ftd^,"bie" iftbie berbiente "trafe filrmeine


meinem
nid^tgetweigert,
"atte" id^ mid^ ijorJ^in

ftel^en,
fo iDurbe

"fcl* bie "aut

"@ci^on red^t!"fjjtad^biefegbet

SWucfen.

ben

2$

"enoffen beiju*

je^t biefe I)rangfal mid^ nid^tbetreffen.''


"

15

"

"nbe
eit [traft
am
fid^gett)5l^nltd^
"art]^":xtgf

felbft.
SRei^ner.

"in

5Kattn

Suben

^pa^itxxMi.

^eltfamet

S4.

reitet^auffeinem "fel nad^ "aufe, unb

g^ufe nebenl^er laufen. Kommt*

ju

ein SBanberer
'

fagt: ,,2)a" iftnid^t red^t,SSater, bafeil^r reitet unb


"ol^n laufen ; il^rl^abtftarlere"Keber."

beinen
laffeft*

unb
reiteft

93ater

fa^en beibe auf

3)a

Seine."

ein britter 2Sanber"mann

unb

ftanb, jtoei5?erle auf einem

beibe

ab

"ol^n,

unb

genug,

einer

Seine

Kommt

toieber ein

gingen

ju

3U

unb

bu

%\x^ gel^en;bu l^aft


jiingere
ritten eine "tredfe.

iftba"

fagt: "SBag*

fd^toad^en2:iere ! "oHte

3=u^, red^t" unb


6fe(. ^ommt

Iinf" ber

fiommt

fiirUnijets
nid^t10

man

2)a

ftiegen

3Sater

unb

ein ijierterSBanbergs

"efellen. 3ft'"nid^t
fagt: "^^x feibbrei tounberlid^e

toenn
t)on

la^t euren

ftiegber* SSater

?"
eud^ beibe l^inabjagen

in ber SUIitte ber

unb
unb

mann

ten

nel^men unb

"tod

einen

unb

fagt: "3)ag iftnid^tred^t,Surfd^e, ba^

unb

SBanbergmann

2)a

"ol^n reiten.

lie^ ben

6fel l^erabunb

bom

la^t-feinen

jtt)ei
h)enn
ju %\x^ gel^en? "e()t'"* nidit (eid^ter,

eud^ reitet?"

2)a

unb

ber

jufammen,

jufammen, jogen'

einen

banb

"ol^n

ber SSater bem


banb

ibm

bie

@fel bie

borbes

Seine
l^intern

ftarfenSaum))fa()(burdfj,b^x*

"x^.-Vx

15

26

lommen,

toenn

e^

man

S)eir

aCen

Scutenred^tmadden"

Stage!.

unb
t)erfauft

feine"elbfa^entit "olb

unb
"r toollte je^tl^eimreifen
9efj)idft.

go

auf ber ?!Jlejfe


ilaufmann l^attc
gute "cfd^aftegemad^t/

alle* SBaren

ju

II.

"

25.

ein

[Part

auf ber Sld^fePl^eim.


trugen ben (Sfel

"trafecftanb,unb
2ort)eitfann^g

READER

GERMAN

unb "ilber

ginbrud^ber 3lad^t

bor

alfo ben SKantelfaimit


"aufe fein."r J^adEte

bem

"elbc

auf fein^ferb* unb ritt fort. 3^ 9Ktttag raftete


er in einer
2lfe

"tabt.

er

loeiter tooUte,^

aber
Slo^ t)or,fj)rad^

il^m ber "augfned^tbag


fiil^rte

"^err, am

linfen "interfu|e
fe^Itim

ipufs

eifenein 5RageI."
ertoieberteber Kaufmann, "bie fed^g"tuns
""a^ il^nfel^len!"
10

ben/ bie id^ nod^ gu madden l^abe,toirb bag (Sifen


too^Ifeftl^al=

3^ ^^6^' "il^-" SRad^mUtagg/ aU

ten.

unb

loar

"tube

bem

unb

SloffeSrot

geben liefe/fam

fagte: ""err, eurem

fu^e ein "ufeifen."oH


isfe^Ien!" anttoortete

ber

id^'ggum

toieber

er

ber

$f erbe fel^lt
am

abgeftiegcn

Kned^t in bie
linlen "inter=

"d^mieb fu^ren?" ""a"

eg

"err, "bie Jjaar" "tunben, bie nod^

iibrigfmb, loirb ba" $ferb too^laugl^alten.


^d^ l^abe@ile." "r
ritt

fort,aber nid^tlange, fo" fing e"

ftoljjerte
nid^tlange, fo fieleg nieber

an

unb

gu

unb
fto(j)ern

brad^ein S3ein. "er

ilaufmann mufetebag $ferb liegen^^laffen,ben


20

abfd^natten,
auf bie "d^ulternel^men,unb
ge^en,loo

er

gu

3KanteIfadE"

%\x% nai^ "aufe

fj)dt
erftin ber 9iad^taniangte. ,,2ln" attem

glM," fprad^er

gu

"ilemit SBeile!"

eg

Uns

fid^
"iftber bertoiinfd^te
felbft,
3ZageIfd^ulb."
"rimm.

25-27.]

I)ie

FOR

BEGINNERS.

SSogel tDoIIten einmal

eg*h)ar

ein

2^ag

ju

27

einen

Sonig h)dl^Ien,unb

ncuen

SBalbe

im

aHgemeincn SSerfammlung

einer

beftimmt. 2)ic meifte"offnung, gett)a()It


ju toerben/ ^atte ber
3lbler h)egen

l^eit.2lber

feinerStdrfc,
ber

unb

$fau toegen feiner"cl^on=

ber

bamit'

"dl^er tear

nid^t jufrieben.(Sr iou^te


unb

fd^ontoaren,
gtoar, ba^ feine gebern nid^tfonberlid^
*

aud^ feine Sraft im


red^t fd^reienunb

"d^nabel l^atte
; aUein

e"'

il^m t)ielleid^t
bod^ gelingen,toenn

er

in
fd^Iid^alfo l^in

fd^onen griinen unb


finb,unb

er

$f auenftaH unb

blauen

baf;er

meinte, tt)eiler

nad^al^men fonne/ fo toerbe

aHerlei "timmen

ben

er

jtd^nur

red^taufj)u$e/

fud^teftd^'

toon

"

ben

g^i^^^i^/h)omit bie ^fauen gefd^mutft

unb

feine Seine

gelb

l^ielt"fid^ nun

unb

faft

fiirben fd^5nftenSSogel.3*^ biefem l^errlid^en


3lufjuge* fam

SSerfammlung*

unb

bem
nal^m jh)ifd^en

"aft, unb niemanb

ba
betrad^tete,

fal^man,

erfannte

il^n. 311^

man

ben

""erunter mit

bem

er

bemi5

fonber*

il^naber nailer

unb
tool^erbie "d^onl^eitriil^re/

5Pfau rief: "2)ie.3=ebernl^at er mir"


fd^rieenaUe

3lbler* unb

2lnfang" ftu^ten bie SS5geI atte iiber

$faue $Ia^.
baren

10

ftedfte
biefelbenjrt)ifd^en
feineeigenen.* 2)aju fdrbte er

feinen "d^nabel

in bie

3)ie
geftol^len!"

2)iebe !" 2)a tourben

ber

anbern

il^mnid^t20

blo^ bie fremben gebern au^gerujjft,fonbern aud^ l)ieleijon fei*


eigenen;

nen

unb

unb
l^albnacft

bon
l)erfj)ottet

alien

mufete

er

"

fid^ nad^ "aufe fliid^ten.

2*7.

^tx

aUe

Sdme

uub

eurtmonn.

bie

i^n ibefuAenbeu'

(gin alter "5tt)e lag IraftloSt)or feiner^ol^leunb


ben

2^ob.

bebauerten

2)ie

2iere, beren*

"d^reien

er

%\txt.
ertuartete

bi^f^ergetoefenn^ar,

il^nnid^t. fiefreutenfid^t)ielmel^r,
bafe fie feiner'

28

Io"

h)urben"

SiDoHten

GERMAN

"nigc

ijon

il^nmit

i^m

an

"d^toein

lofeinem "ufe.

eble

2)a"

l^attc."2BilIftbu

^ferb aber

ben

[einen

Soh^e

nid^t/' fragte

blieb

fd^toeigenb ftel^en*

feine 3Kutter

2)ag

^^''^^^^ f"^' niebertrad^tig,


mid^
mir^**

15 \\x rdd^en,ber

jerriffen

(Sfel,"bem

ber

eg

jointerbie Dl^ren* geben?"

"3^

\^i^\

il^n mit

beriDunbete

t^at i^m nic^tg,obgleid^ber

aud^ 6in"'

ftiefeil^n fnit

Dd^g

felbft*ber trage @fel gab il^m einen "d^Iag mit

unb

"auern;

argliftige

bei^enben 9leben; ber SBolf fagtc tl^m

itjilbe

ba^

II.

einftijerfolgt
\j(x\i^,

er

au^Iaffcu. "er

drgcrli4)ften
"d^iti^jftDorte
; ber

"ornern

unb

[PART

il^nen, bie

il^ren "a^

nun

"^yx"j^frdnfte
bie

READER

Sotoen

^Pferb anttoors
einem

an

JJeinbe

nid^tmel^rfd^abenlann."
Sefftng.

28.

"ie

Sonne

um^

fam

ein

"immel;

am

"d^Idfer in

bie

"tral^I

bem

'

lt"edte eg

fprang

auf.

o.yx^

"tra^I fam
unb

bie

in bem

(xn

bag

"ofe

unb

ein

toedfen.

35a

aug
il^rem
fd^Iiijjfte

fd^on ift'g
fang : ""iri(irili,
fam

bem

ju

^'Q"%^zxiunb

in
gu

bie

2Biefe

unb

fud^tefid^**
jarteg

feinem ^ruE^ftiid.Unb

ein britter

^iif^nerl^aug.I)a riefber "al^n : ""ifrifi!''

^iifjnerflogen

5Reft. Unb
ben

SBalbe

%\t'^

ju

fid^*bie Stugen nid^t lange, fonbem

%"x^'^ rieb

bem

Sanbe

ganjen

jtoeite"traf^I

faftige^rduter

unb

"rag

I)er

^rii^."

fd^idtefie il^re"tral^Ien

ba

Serd^e.

ber

ju

ftanb mit il^rer


fd^onen

unb

5Re[te,flog in bie Suft l^inaufunb


in ber

10

^onneitf^al^Iett.

aufgegangen

toar

gidngenben "d^eibe
au",

%\t

i)on

i^rer "tange

fud^ten fic^ gutter


merter

"tral^I fam

unb
an

l^erab unb

gadferten

legten (Sier in bag


ben

2^aubenfd^Iag%\x

2^dubd^en/ "ie riefen: "9lu4ebifu,bie ^l^iiriftnod^ %yx:

"

abcr

er

5 bent

fannte

feincm "o^ne

biefen "tcin

"tein,

m^

ben

gunleln' unb
l^errlid^e^

unb

erfannte

be"

"d^Iatfe. 3e|t ftra^Iler

20

mit

ate ber Knabe


berebelten

ben

SSater

rief

2)er SSater

^^ugenb

"tetneg

ro^en

ge=

erftaunteber Knabe

gabft." 2)a

borgene Srdfte ; fo befreiteid^ il^ntoon

bet

mit

aSaler, "l^ier

"

i5fprad^: "3^

"amad",

ber

SSater, h)ie toermod^teftbu biefeg?"

"5Kein

mir

bu

ber

l^errlid^
nun
ftral^lte

unb

""ie^e/' fagte barauf

Oefteineg "Ianj'

beg

l^at bcr

lunftlid^in regel=

"tein

ben
fd^liff

Sdfen,

unb

fd^Iiffene2)em"it.

iiber

"old^eg

!''

ju

madden?"

lorndfeigegladden'

ift ber

fagte

bac^tc/ .,2Ba^toill ber SSatcr

cr

Diefer* abernal^m* unb

^.

^nabcn

be"

3Satcr

imb
rol^en(Sbclftcin,

ben

""ieb mir

Idd^elte/benn

unb

"teine

bem

bemerfte

unb

"))ieleju

ilnabe

]oif ber

biefen' nid^t. 2)a

II.

[PART

READER

GERMAN

30

unb

toer*
"

il^numl^ullenben

ber

"lanje."
feinem natiirlid^en

ein

bungling tt)orben"
"innbilb

"tein,ate

h)ar,
be"

toon

gab il^m
Sebeng

SBiirbe.

SBert unb

.ftrummad^er.

31.

eg

!l:ag

"d^af

mu^te'

toor

3^"^^

wnb

tDiHigunb

tme

frrad^ ju

toon

ttnb

o"in

"c^af.

bad

2:ieren toiel leiben.

hai,^ fein (Slenb ju milbern.


bem

"d^afe

trat

^t\x% fd^ien

w^^i*^froms
f^^^ ^"^'^''r

"3^

3)a

(Sefd^ojjf,
id^ ^abe bid^ ju toe^rlogerfd^affen.^\xn tt)dble,

meg

3ettd

id^ biefem ge^Ier

SKunb

mit

riiften?"
"

am

beften* ab^elfenfoH.

fd^retflid^en
^oifXitxiunb
"D nein

!"

"

in beinen

gufee mit

id^beinen
KraHen

"d^af, "id^ toiH nid^tgmit ben

fagte bag

reifeenken*2:ieren gemein" l^aben."


"fottid^ "ift

beine

"oH

"Dber/'

'

"j)eid^el legen?"

io"d^af, ,,biegiftigen"d^Iangen merben

"

fu^r ^i\x^ fort,

"2lc^,"toerf
e^te bag

ja''fo fe^r ge^a^t !"


"

31

"32.]

FOR

BEGINNERS.

"tarle

jjflanjenunb

beincm

geben."

3latfen

bu
f^^rad^3^"^r*ff"^ufet
;,Unb gleid^tiDol^I,"

fonnen,

fid^" anbcre,

h)enn

id^
,,aKiifet'"

feufjtebag

bag!"

aSater,h)ie td^ bin.

"2luc^ nid^t,

"

Icid^tfo ftbgigtuerben h)ic bcr Sodf."

fliitiger
aSater; id^ fonnte*
"

bag

35enn

bit

felbcrfd^abcn^"*

is
fd^aben, l^iitenfottcn."

ju

"c^af.

"Dfo lafemid^, gutiger

SSerntogen,fd^abcnju fonnen,"

"

fiird^te xi), bie "uft, fd^aben ju tDotten ;


ertiDedft,
befferUnred^t leiben",
fromme "d^af

unb

alg

unb

"

"xxi

ju

ift

eg

fegnete bag

Unred^t t^un." 3^ug

bergafetoon "tunb'

eg

^d^ iDttt "orner auf bcinc "time'

foH* id^ benn?

h)ag
^!^\\XK,

flagen.

20

fieffing.

3S.

"et

l^ttttgnge ffitd^d itttb bet

l^ungrigerJ^ud^g l^brtein einer falten SBintemad^t einen

Sin

einem

igal^n auf
"d^reier;

ba'

Befann

fid^auf

er

lannft
"tr)ie

bu

Xag?"

er

aber

unb

fteUtefid^toertounbert/

*"@i, toei^tbu
ben

toerfiinben?"

benn?"

tanjeftbu

h)ortete:

"2)u fingft,unb

ner

(Sefang ermuntert

S)er

(xxi, unter

,,2Bag,-ben
,,eg

ift ja*

nid^t/' anttoortete

Jjorttug

unb
fiil^Ien

"S)ag iftgar'

"

!on^

^ibzxi
!"

%vAj^ fing

"S55arum

benn

2^ag fd^on im

"al^n, toie fd^on fangft bu


ber

ber'^a^n.

anttoortete

"ottlid^eg/'rief ber gud^g, "bag

9KaIe, unb

l^inauf/

er

"

?Jdl^eburd^ unfere "timme

Xtxi

fteigenlonnte,

Sift. "6i, ipal^n,"rief

Xag/'

"

Saum

ben

bieferlalten 9lad^tfo fd^on ftngen?"

in

rief ber gud^g

ipa^n, ,,ba6 toir

nid^t auf

eine

nur*

!"
nod^ finftre"^o^i^i

ber

Irdl^en. g^J* geliiftete^


nad^ bem,

33aunte

ben
toerlunbige

"3^

^t^litt.

nur

ettoag

^rojj^eten!

ipal^nfrd^tejum
bem

feine

Saume

ju

bor

jmei*
tanjen.

fragte ber ipal^n. 3)er ^wd^*


id^ tanje

10

onts

greuben." 3)ein fd^o*15

unter
mid^ baju.* SBal^rlid^,

alien

aSdgeIn

GERMAN

32

bift

bu

bcr

erfte. 2)u

"cfteber, burd^ beincn

[Part

READER

iibertriffft
fie atte burd^ bein
l^errlid^cn"efang

"a^n"

geftel ba"

t)om
tDirflid^

Saume

2)em
cr

2)a

id^ bid^ umarmen


"06

"

"d^meid^Ierg fo tool^I,ba^

bc^
*

biefer

l^eruntcr,

fujfenfann."

unb

{^crabflogunb auf

fa^te il^n aber

fd^one^

baburd^/"

unb

bafe bu bie 3wt"*^f*i" bcrfiinben bcnnagft. D, lomm


2obefter ber 3So8eI, bamit^^

II.

unb

^ud^g

ben

**

lam.

ju

rief lad^enb: "9lcin, nein,

bu aud^ gemerlt, bafe


ipa^n, bu biftlein ^rotJ^et; fonftl^dtteft'*
25

id^ bid^ nid^t fiiff


en,

fonbern

"

3)amit

bife

ben 2^l^oren.
SRumjjfunb toerjel^rte

i^m ben Kojjfbom

er

freffentooHte."

nur

AeUner.

Set

33.

6"

tt"tb bie

bem

tt)etlfte bad^te,

unb

unb

er

iftHug

ipod^mutgboH, fa^ fiean

lange nid^t,ob
"D

bu

er

2)ie

aber

fommt
unb

tDol^Ierfal^ren
freunblid^ju:

anttDorten

ju

"

2)er

g^ug, unb

^ud^^,
tt)ufete

foHte. "nblid^ f})rad^

bir

in

ben

"inn?*

g^ragftbu, ob

id^ bin "err iiber ^unbert Jlilnfte!"


"

^a^e ttJoUte' i^m befd^eibenanttt)orten,aber in bemfelben


ein

2)ad[;gl^unb
bal^ergelaufen."2Bie

fall, mac^te er," ba^

er

fjjrang be^enbe auf eine

i5"ij3fel,tt)o ^Sfteunb
ber

goid^g

buntfd^etfiger
SBid^t, bu "ungerleiber unb

h)o^I ge^e?*

!am
3lugenblitfe
ben

^txi?*

Kotjfbi"

bon

i^r ettt)a"

armer

3Jldufeidger,tt)ag
lomir'^

toie gel^t'g?h)ic
Jag,' lieber "err 3=ud^",toie ftel^t^g?

Sfd^Iagt i^r eud^ burd^* in bieferteuern

er:

"errn

gilt'biel in ber SBelt, fo fjjrad^fie i^m

""uten

aHeg

fta^e.

trug fid^ju, ba^ bie ila^e im SBalbe

begegnete;
unb

9"t"^^

^Ck^ix,unb

ber

Saubtoerf

in

ber

5ud[^"

feine "o^Ie fam; bie *5la|e

33ud^e
fte ganj

unb

fe^te fid^^in ben

t)erbargen. Salb

fam

ben %\x6)^
2)ad^gl^unbfJjiirte
unb ^jadEte
il^n.

33"34]

21I"

POR

bie

BEGINNERS.

33

\a^, rieffie il^ml^inab: "("x,"err gud^^,

Jla^e ba"

feib il^rbod^ mit

l^unbcrtJlunften ftedfen"gcblieben?

euren

fonnen, toie ic^, fo


"attet" il^rl^erauffleltem
"

Sebcn

euer

aefdbeben

!"

34.

Vor

den

grossmachtige

Welle,

hinein, hockte

die

redete

stehen,"

nicht, dass
liebe
schen

und

Erden'

heiligen?"
Jener

antwortete

:
"

mel, was'*
du

liebe

Gott, "und

Mond

stehen, ein
mit

Von

Arbeit
der"

dem

bis in alle

ein

du

ist, an

Erden

geht das

was

weil

du

Sonntag

fiirder

an

Holzbiindel

Ewigkeit.

auf

ftir

und

Men-

sollst*
der

im

Montag
an?"

dich

den
liebe

Him-

"So

"

der

sprach

tragen!"

10

verstockt

ganz

dir

Erden

der

Tage

war

ewigen Montag'*

Warnungsbild

schanden

Zeit

der

"Weisst du

du

aber

oder

gehen, blieb

sagte

war

Sonn-

in

alle Tiere

jedoch

auf
an,

Mann

nicht, dass

Holzhauer

mich

und

zu.'

Hause

welchem

Fragende"

Der

"

sie nach

und

an

eine

ab

Staffelstock

einen

KircheJ

indie

Welt

Weisst

Holz

hiibscher

Reisigwelle ewiglich

sollst

ist, so

wert

mit

deine

die

er

Sonntag

geht das

sollst

trug

Sonntag

ruhte, als

selbst.

Gott

und

Wellentrager

geschaffen?"

Feiertag

steckte

lieben

am

sich

haute

wohl*

Mann

ein

sie,
auf

wollte*
den

auf

Gott

band

unterwegs*

der

tagskleidern,

Mond.

einmaP

Wald,

Welle

ihm

begegnete

Da

im

Mann

ging

in

Sonntagmorgen

20

Der

Zeiten^

alten

nid^t um

todr'^

so

gar

haben

die," welche

un-

und

den

15

im

tag
Sonn-

!"

steht
und

im

Mond

wird

auch

immer"
wohl

noch
stehen

der

Mann

bleiben"
rbchstbin.

20

GERMAN

34

35.

Es

einmal

war

weisen

er

ihm

zu

Der

nicht

es

vorlegen will,
mein

drei

lolein

damit"

iSmel?"
sen

Feder
und

weisses

Bogen

viel

so

fast

gar

vergingen,
20

"So

nicht

Stande.^*

eine

25 hat"

und

eine

Jahre
wenn

stehen
sie

ein
der

"In

in

in

Voglein
ganze

der
der
und

Berg

ins

ich

euch

der

stehen

mir

Meer
sa-

Konig:
Him-

am

einen

gros-

sie kaum

zu

sehen

und

waren,

hier

.?"

Da

eine

Hohe,

dahin

wetzt

abgewetzt

sein

kommt

alle

Schnablein

ist, dann

ist "

der
^*

Wie

der

Breite.
hundert

daran,
die

im

Demantberg,
in

es

biiblein
Hirten-

sagte das

Stunde

"

dem

dazu

"Die dritte Frage lautet

liegt ein

auf

war

der

Augen

sprach

Punkte

niemand

Ewigkeit

Tiefe

die

Darauf

als

Aber

"

einem

blickte.

Hinterpommern

Stunde
Stunde

der

Erden

darauf, dass

Konig

in

auf

mit

!"

nur

viel

er

Himmel,

am

lauten

Hirtenbiib-

Sprach

"Gebt

wie

"Wie

dir

machte

darauf

man

sind

viel Sekunden

und

ich

"Wie

will

"

die

dann

zahlen

Sprach der

"

!"

Punkte

zu

wenn

zahlt

Papiere;

Papier

feine

viel Sterne

sagte

sprach

daraus

so

davon,

Da

Fliisse

mehr

und

halten

Das

"

viel Sterne

Wie

'

dich

alle

sind."

Hirtenbiiblein

Das

"

?"

gezahlt habe,

lautet:

Fragen,

ich

lasst"

Meere

*.

antwortete

Tropflein

im

Tropfen

auch

Biiblein:

Weltraeere

Konig,

erst

Frage

das

Konig

im

kein

nicht

viel

andere

"Die

Der

"

will

so

weit

gab,

kommen

die drei

auf

seiner

wegen

horte

Landes

Sprach"

"

"HQfr

ich

wie

mir

war

Fragen*

Biiblein

geben,

sind

'

antwortete:

lauft, das
gen,

du

?"

Fragen

verstopfen,

das

Antwort

Wasser

Tropfen

Hess

Kind."

eigenes

diese

und

alle

des

Konig

"Kannst*

Hirtenknabe*

auf

es

II.

[Part

Hirtenbiiblein, das^
die

beriihmt.

glaubte

kluge

ein

Antworten,

breit'

Der

READER

erste

und
Se-

36-1

35"

POR

in

kunde
will dich

vorbei."

Ewigkeit

der

wie

halten

fortan

35

BEGINNERS.

mein

der

Sprach

"

"Ich

Kind."

eigenes

Konig

30
Grimm.

Es
im

ein

war

jeder

aber

war

einer

nicht, wie
;'

trate

er's

jeder

ein

Das

die

Fechtmeister

werden.^^

fort.

Es

fand,

wo

traf sich

"

des

musste

was

rasierte

Hieb,

manchen

sich^
test

ware"

Haus

das

"

nicht
du

nimmermehr."

dass

jeder

Rechtschaffenes

schon
biss

vor

kriegst

aber

sein.

Der

die

Zahne

einera

er

Hiebe,

so

von

sie

"

zu

euch', und

wieder

kommt,

Haus

haben."

alteste
dritte
sie

wollte

ein

aber

ein

eine

10

Zeit,
zogen

15

und

Schmied

Der

dachte

Haus."

und

Der

meinte

und

bekommst

sich

du

bier
Bar20

bekam

zusammen

bei"

"Nun

auch,

Fechtmeister

dachte

tuchtigen Meister

das

Herren

nahe

sprach

er

lernte.

beschlagen

denn
verdriessen,'''
dich

einen

gar

unter

wollten, und

kommen

vornehme

lauter

der

bestimmten

fehlen, du

nicht

dann

Barbier, der

Hause

Pferde

Konigs

dir's^*

kann

ein

auch,

'-

er

zufrieden

er

zu

versucht

der** soil das

Darauf

nach

wieder

und
ihr

macht,

zweite

der

ein, und

Rat

wenn

wusste

Geld

das

er

Welt

Sohne

Hufschmied,

sie

die

Handwerk

waren

wann

in

Vater

nicht, weil's

auch

hatte

dem

keinem

er

Haus

ein

endlich

da

nichts

Nun

gehabt,

Haus

hatte

sonst

"Geht

'"

das

das

er

Meisterstiick

beste

wohnte.

er

sollte, dass

wollte
war,

das

wer

Sohnen

worin

weiter

und

Sohne

lieb, als der andere

fiel ihm

geteilt. Da

leme

Tode

anfangen

Voreltern

seinen

seinem
so

verkaufen

seinen

Haus,

BrUder.

drei

hatte

das

als

nach

gern

der

Mann,

Vermogen

drel

Die

36.

liess

"Furch-

das

Haus
25

36
Als

beste

"Ei,"

der

sagte
und

rasierte
dabei

einem
ihr

sehen, Vater,

fort*'

Jagen"

vier

der

sprach
45 Bruder

und

weil

Dritte

anfing
^

auf

soendlich

so

in

ihn

stark,

gosse,*^ schwang
als

das

erstaunte

sah,

stiick
55

Die

sasse

er

und

er

gemacht, das
beiden

den

'*

trocken,

ob

als

er

Haus

andern

als

und

fiel ;

Vater,

unter

Regen

Dach

sprach

Da

gewahren,"

Fach."

"Du

hast

kein

ward

und

Himmel

vom

und
Wie

das

und

Degen

starker

schneller

im

Kerl,"**

Kopf," dass

Mulden

und

auch

soil."

seinen

seinen

einem

dein

einmal

iiber

sollt

gut, wie

geben

er

immer

Degen

in

ganzer
so

zog

in

Hufschmied,

ein

mit

man

der

das

Herr

"Nun

Jagen.

auch

der

ist

ein

kam

Haus

"wenn

so

bist

lasst mich

Kreuzhieben

keinem

an

schlug ihm

das

ich

wem

regnen,

zu

ihm

Sache

und

Stutzbartchen,

und

deine

machst

"Vater,

"Du

an.

nicht,

weiss

ihn

Tropfen

wieder

ab

ein

Pferde, das

dem

riss

Hufeisen

"du

**

kann,'*''*
sprach

nach,

vier

Vater,

es

schwenkte

die

neue

ich

sprach der

ich

was

Laufe

so*"

vollem

in

sas-

Nahe

der

sagte

so

die

in

Hase

that

lange,

gerannt

Wagen

jagte,

nicht

wahrte

daher

dem

und

zei-

gelaufen.*"

gewaltig angreifen,"

nicht

Es

nicht

gefallt mir,"

andern

Wagen

sprang

ihn

zu

nahm

sein

Laufe

sie

wie

gerufen,""

vollem

in

vollem

er

"Das

dein."

Haus

in

schnitt

die

bis der

ihn

er

Kunst

daher

wie

Barbier, "der komrat

auch

weh.

sich

liber's Feld

bei

nicht,

Wie

ratschlagten.

Hase

schaumte"

ihm

Haare

ein

sie

aber

wussten

sollten, ihre

Seife, schaurate,"

dann

kam,

35 und

einmal

auf

Becken

und

beisammen

kam

30 sen,

finden

kamen

war,

sie

Gelegenheit

sassen

gen,

herum"

zusammen

II.

[Part

READER

Zeit

gesetzte

wieder

Vater
die

sie

die

nun

ihrem

40

GERMAN

beste

blieb
der

so

Vater

Meister-

ist dein."
Briider

waren

damit"

zufrieden.

Wie

38
'

Kreide

ging

rief

mit

bin

und

Geisserchen

wir

Mehl

du
that

es

der

Wolfes

sich
das

woUten

sahen,

wer

es

geschwind,
zweite

auf

Thiir

ins

so

und

Schiissel,das

fand^sie
45

gebiisathatte, ging
Bald

darauf

in

die

das

kam

er

nicht.

ein,

er

weis-

"Wenn

dich

"

Da

ich

thiir
Hausbin

eure

kriegen." Die

sehen, und

ware

Wolf

ausser

ihre

wie

Mutter,

herein.

sie und
eine

sechste

Wanduhr.'^

Leben.^*

am

^^

Geisserchen

Ofen,

das

sie,

fein

fress' ich

mich

den

ging,"

ging

war,

sie

horten, wie fein die Stim-

erschraken

verschluckte
blieb

zu

meine*

mir

mir

wollte

Pfote

und

Schrank,

siebente

alle und

W^anduhr,'^ das

die

Bett, das dritte in den

Kiiche, das fiinfte in den


se

es

bist der

ging fort

geschenkt"

liessen

da

Er

sieben

glaubten sie,es

gut

bist

sich.

lasst

erst

war,

; du

Wolf

"

"so

der

etwas

war,

klang, so

die

machten

Wolf,

zu

soil

sie schneeweiss

sahen, dass

du

gethan

Miiller

Kinder,

euch

von

streu'

fiirchtete

er

"Liebe

Geisserchen

des

der

das

als

Der

wieder

Wolf

sagte

und

! *'

Pfote

Mutter

bestreich*

Backer,

"Muller,

Der

sahen

"

I"

Miiller,denn

Mutter; jedes
35 sieben

sprach

auf."

hatte

Er

gelegt; das

Fuss, wie

nicht

thust," sprach

der

und

Teig

meine

auf

ging

Nun

aber

sprach:

und

nicht

es

me

und

frischem

Mliller

zum

ses

dir

Backer

mit

schwarzen

und

ein, ich

"

"Unsere

Dar-

Hausthiir

haben

Fenster^

sprachen

machen

"

lasst mich

soil etwas

das

an

fein damit.

Geisslein

Kinder,

euch

von

Pfote

schwarze

Wolf, und

Pfote

40

jedes

Stirame

sieben

"Liebe

II.

[Part

seine

der

zu

Mutter

READER

machte

nicht, die hat keinen

einem

30

wieder

er

sieben

du

und

er

Stimme

seine

die

ass

feiner

eure

aber

25

die

nach
20

GERMAN

dem

Darauf,

und

Wie

sie

versteckten

unter

den

das

vierte

Tisch,
in

die

unter

eine

gros-

Aber

der

W^olf

jiingsten in der
als

er

seine

Lust

fort.

die

Mutter

nach

Haus.

Was

musste

sie

Kissen

ben

Kinder

und

fing an

uhr

und

rief

in

miide

aber, die
Kindlein

sie ihre

noch

sie beide

und

Schere

Abendessen

hat

hat^^

weiter

nicht

Geschwind

sie dem
er

als sie

Gier

Luft

und

waren.

den

Bauch

und

Hast

Sie

und

Wolf

wieder

zu,

ihn

wie

Mutter,

Nun

!"

Wackersteine

.und
anfiillen,
er

nichts

ein 60

alien

gingen

tiefen

und

Schlafe

schnarcht,"

Seiten

"zura

65

hinuntergewiirgtund
sich

da

hingestreckt.
sie noch

Damit

ritzte

genomerlost

Gefangnis
sprach

herbei."
die
merkte

"Gehf

Damit

Alte

und

mussten

nahte
und

70

sprangen,

Schaden

dem

die

am

Geisserchen, die

keinen

aber

wie

ihr

kam

im

er

die sechs

aus

alte

her,"

verschlungen hatte,

sie

Die

jiingsten Geisslein

von

und

auf, und

dass

und

folge mir

Wolf,

heraus, hatten

Leib

bin

aufschneiden."

^^

schwere

den

und

Bauch

ganz

ihre

erzahlte

griine Wiese

her, vielleicht sind

sich, dass

herzten

Wand-

gehalten,"

Endlich

dem

zu

konnen
Schere

den

freueten

geschwind

die

ihm

dachte

Kindlein

sechs

laufen

bekamen,

tragt grosse
sie dem

meine

mir

will

Wolf

in der

men

gieb

; ich

Leben

er

!"

der

eingeschlafen.

war

betrachtete

und

lietot

und

eine

liegt das Ungeheuer

lag. "Da

sagte die Mutter

den

fanden

auf

konnte."

retten

Zwirn, Nadel
und

! 50

sind

Mahlzeit

sich

listigwar,

sagte

Wiese

starke

und

sie

hinaus

der

die

und

guter Gedanke,

"Nimm

und

Mutter!"

Jammer

55

geworden, hatte

klug

Decke

meine

hat

jiingsteaus

Hebe

waren

war.

er

gelegt

ein

war

Geisserchen
das

noch,

Banke

und

gewesen

sprang

lebt

"Eins"

Sonnenschein

Geiss

auf

Da

und

zerbrochen,
das

sieben

aber, nachdem

und

den

ist da

Ungliick gekommen

Wolf

satt

gezogen

meine

weinen.

zu

ihr, wie das


Der

Bett

gefressen ;

Kiiche

in der

sie,"der Wolf

rief

"Ach!"

dem

aus

39

Tisch, Stuhl

offen ;

Schlisseln

die

umgeworfen,
und

stand

Hausthiir

! Die

sehen

war

BEGINNERS.

FOR

37-]

sicK

ihn

75
so

rvidal

40

Als

80

so

konnte

vor^

sich

er

kamen

Wolf

ist

und

"

tanzten

das

suchte

die

riefen

"

Brunnen.

wollte,

mehr

halten,

Geisserchen

"Der

Wolf

den

Hahnchen

holt."
^

uns

eine

sie bis

ku^z,*
10

den

Brunnen.

sagte
nen."
ber

zum

"

fertig

er

Hahnchen

"Du

gehe ich

kommst
zu

zu

einen

musste

Als

bauen.

nicht

Fuss

war,
:

"Du
mir

nach

den

Grimm.

Eichhorn

ich

sie

wir

sie

gingen

heller

Tag

nicht, ob

nach

Fuss

kleinen

war,

sie sich

Hause

Wagen
sich

setzte

kannst

von

Haus,

als

dass

weg-

zusam-

blieben
dick'

so

waren,

das
ich

das

Nussschalen
hinein

immer*

nur

!"" sagte

uns

gehen, und

Hiihnchen

dich

ge-

wollen

iibermiitiggeworden

so

recht

alle

"komni,

Da

ein

es

sindreif

Berg gehen und

sie das

machen."

weiss
ob

"Die Niisse

Hiihnchen,

weil

und

Nun
oder

sie wollten

Hahnchen

das

Berg,

hatten,

auf

essen,^ ehe

einander

Abend.

zum

gegessen

mit

einander

antwortete

Lust
auf

Hiihnchen

zura

daran

! der

Lumpengresindel.

wir mit

satt

"Ja,"

"

fort

men

wollen

recht

einmal

sprach

da

worden,

Das

sa-

ist tot

Nach

38.

ihm

trinken

nicht

um

pum-

Geisser-

einen

sieben

und

werde

und

Steine

Freude

vor

Trunk

ihm"

es

sechs

nur

biickte
der

Wie

alle da-

er, dass

rumpelt

doch

und

Wasser*

Schwere

der

"Es

frischer

"

Hohe

fuhlte

habe'^'

herzugelaufen/*

sie

tot

die

ertrank.

und

sliirzte hinab

hen,

in

sie

sprangen

II.

Hecke.^

sprach

er, ein

iiber das

aber

sich

er

eine

und

dachte

Da

sich

helfen, machte

und

herum

gegessen.**

85 Wie

hinter

war

Leib

im

mir
pelt'^^

chen

Leibe

im

schwer

Daraach

ausgeschlafen" hatte, so

Wolf

der

[Part

READER

regte.

sich

versteckten

und

von

Schlaf

in seinem

einmal

GERMAN

vorspan-

Hahnchen,
mich

und

"lie-

vorspan-

38.]

lasse

nen

Wie

ging sie

und

stieg

es

sie mit

seinen

sich

Hahnchen
und

sie zwei

Nahnadel.

Die

stichdunkel

ein

sei

es

vor

dem

viel Platz

Thore

Fiisse

zu

Nacht

nicht
so

gut

kehrten

gen/"
keine
Reden

sein

es

seinem

und

es

wurde^*
wei-

Schritt
*'

30

sie nicht

Bier

bei dem

sich

die

waren,

einsteigen

einer

Schneiderher-

der

Leute

magere

liess sie beide

einnahmen,

doch

mussten

nicht

Hiihnchen

nicht
3'5

auf

die

weil

sie

treten.
'^

Spat abends
die

hatten

"

da

auf

waren,

und

sagten,

25

was

zu,

gefahren

Strasse, ob

seien^^
und

gewesen

lauf

sie keinen

der

auf

liess.

Kutscher,

war

Stecknadel

!" und

konnten

sie

konnten;

versprechen, ihm

sie

da

schmutzig

so

Hahnchen,

verspatet.

einer

"Halt! halt

und

Weges^*

Gnade

um

spannen

Jagen. "Ente,

Stiick^

ein

werden,

wenig einsitzen

berge

in einem

endlich

Leibe;"
sie

20

auch

war

Wagen*

Bock

den

ge-

Damit

Hahnchen

den

vor

Fussgangern,

rief en

bekommen!""

gewaltig,dass

so

"Ihr

Nussberg

tiichtigzu

auf

nun

sie

begegneten

ter, auch

Strafe

fort"

es

Als

!"

Sporen

daher:"

meinen

in

schlecht

Ente*

der

sich

ging

kannst

gleich

ziehen,*

selbst

Ente

los.*'* Aber

zur

gem

setzte

darauf

eine

geheissen

Hahnchen

faul

und

bat

will 15

Kutscher

gewettet/

sitzen, aber

Bock

euch

soil

das

das

auf

euch

hat

wer

Wartet,

hackte

nicht

stritten, schnatterte

so

Diebsvolk,

nicht

dem

auf

ich nicht."
sie

hen?

wir

haben

so

und

sein

thu'

das

nein,

-^

ich vvohl

du

BEGINNERS.

FOR

kamen
weiter

nicht
Fuss

zu

war

sie ein.
Haus

vornehme

sie

fahren

und

Der

einem

zu

von

Wirt

sei schon

Wirtshaus, und

wollten, und
einer

Seite auf

machte

anfangs

voll,gedachte

Herrschaft

solle das
fiihrten,'^"
er

sein

auch

endlich

Ei haben,

die

Ente

die

andere

viel

Einwendun-

wohl,

es

aber, da

welches

auch

das

fiel,"40

mochte
sie siisse

Hiihnchen

42

45

eins

Tage

50

lege,

frisch

auftragen

gens,

als

das

verzehrten

es

Dann

des

flogen sie,

rauf
55 Die

die

Wirts,

Ente, die gern

geblieben
fand

und

einen

sich

hob
sich

60 wollte

iiber

einem

Ohr

sich*

eine

als

das

Gesicht

65 will mir

alles
auf

hatte

Nahnadel

gestochen.
70

seine

er

ging

Da

that

er

einen

Haus

zu

drein

zum

die

so

und

nehmen,
Dank^**

wie

in

wusch

fuhr

ihm

die

noch

und

aber

spat

bose

gestern

nicht

und

hatte

Schwur,

kein

Lumpengesindel

Schabernack

umsah,

nichts

treibt.

von

wollte

Herd

kam,
morgen
ver-

geschwind
!" denn

die

den

Kopf

Verdacht

auf

in

gekommen

ihnen

verzehrt,

nadel
Steck-

und

"Auweh

nach

viel

und

Strich

aber

und

abend

das

liess sich

und

er

sich

das

die

"Heute

nieder
schrie

munter"

sich

den

an

Hof

Stunden*

roten

Augen.

schlimmer
vollends

einen

sagte

im

und

in die Kiiche

er

er

Kopf,"

Hohe

er

war

Caste,' die

Federn,^"

Grossvaterstuhl

ihn

Nun

wie

und

in

paar

ihm

ging

Dann

und

Ein

da-

schwamm,

; da

machte

Eierschalen

seinen

wieder

er

und

meinen"

an

den

aus

anstecken

die

ihm

Wagen.

abtrocknen

andern.

Pfeife

dem

vor

Wirt

Handtuch

sprangen

fuhr

der

sie hinab

Sessel-

davon.

sich

machte

dem

noch

Heide

schlief

Himmel

fortschnurren,

auf

am

zum

driesslich

sie

Bach,

ging*" geschwinder
danach

freien

unterm

die

den

Handtuch

die

iiber

sie

sie auf

sie in das

in sein

nichts,

weckte

auf, und

es

Nahnadel,

aber

mor-

schlief,

warfen

steckten

und

Kopf

aber

wieder

Friih

Ei, pickte

der

Stecknadel

horte

war,

das

alles

alle

die

sie-sich

Braus.

noch

zu

nichts'^' dir

mir

und

Schalen

sie

gingen
sie beim

schlief,packten

die

liessen

Saus

holte

Hiihnchen,

behalten,"

Ente

und

II.

[Part

Nun

in

dammerte

zusammen

Feuerherd.

nach.

er

lebten

und

erst

es

Hahnchen

kissen

gab

so

die

auch

gelegt habe,

unterwegs

READER

GERMAN

waren

sie fort.

waren

mehr

bezahlt

in

und

sein

oben-

Grimm.

39-]

39.

SSor alien

Set

^rme

hjar unb

berge fommen

fonnte.

jtr"ei"dufer

einanber*

gro^e einem
bad^te

ber

SSJege

einem

rfS^ 6W^^

"wr

SBanbergmann

\oo^%

ein

um

"ngel fd^Kd^teKleiber

ber

Diel "elb

unb

^^^^n

jeben be^erbergen, ber

ein

Unterlommen

lie^ ben

!"

an

unb

unb

"aufe
ber

SBanbergmann

S)amit

er

^oJ)fe15

bem

^am*

unb

foffte"id^ einen

El^iir Ilojjft,
fo fonnte
nel^men.

fd^Iug*

"u4)t

id^

anbergh)o

fein ^enfter gu

unb

ging l^iniibergu

bem

er

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^aum

flojjifte
an.

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unb
einjutrcten,

bie

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trat

gu

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ein.

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er,

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angellojjft,

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unb

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ift fd^on finfter,"fagte

"@g

^atte

fd^on fein 2^^urd^en auf

i^r bod^" nid^t toeiter lommen."


unb

nid^t augfal^tr"ieeiner/

"ngel fte^en."

fo !linfte"

bleiben.

10

toeil

unb

gtifeenan,

"amen,

meine

2llfo fe^rtebiefer i^m ben


fleinen

ben

trug unb

in bie "anb
33ettelftab

?elbftben

unb

anttoortete:

eud^ nid^t aufnef^men; meine

bott ^rduter'

Kegen

fud^e. 35er "ngel

mit
S^afc^e l^at,fd^iittelte
er

ber

fj)rad^: "S^

mem

er

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ber

SRad^tlager." 2)er 9leid^egudtte ben

ber

in

35a

^enfter auf

bag

er

"auj)te big gu

i)om

fd^on, 5

unb

SReid^en h^erbe id^ nid^t befd^h^er*

l^orte,mad^te

trembling,

i^m

bor

SJlanne.

armen

lic^* fatten,bei i^m* tt)ittid^ anfIoj)fen."211^

fragte ben

"er*

gel^orte'ba"

unb
armlid^ aujufel^en,"

"
en
feine S^^iireilojjf

einer

gu

gegeniiber,bag eine gro^

"2)em

berfelbenabenbS

einer

ftanben auf bem

Heine

9Jlcn*

ben

unter

SRad^t iiberfiel,
el^eer

reid^en,ba^
"ngel

Steic^e.

Gngcl auf "rben

SRun

ilein unb

anbere

ba^

ber

fid^ gu, ba^

e$

bie

i^m

43

unb

3^^*^"/ "*^^ "^^

\i^txiit)anberten,trug
miibe

BEGINNERS.

FOR

"unb

gefiet
3lrmen

bei

i^m

ben

gu25

l^eute I5nnt
bem

"ngel,

i^xxx
reidE|te

bie
30

35

unb

i^uen"

tr"ir tooUen

ift ben

er

gem,"

ani^ooxizit

gnget

unb

bat

feine "lieber
ben

beiben

"id^ XoW^

i^n,

legen unb

er

i^m

er

enblid^t^at

unb

50

?Korgen ftanben fie Dor

ftanben

Wax,

a^

er

tr"ieber mit

SBegeg** jielfien.3llg

er

in

"?BeiI if)r fo mitleibig unb


breierlei,"bag

foH id^ mir

"2Bag
55 unb

tDiH

ba^

\o\x

2^age auf

fromm

fonff**tr"unf
d^en,
\o\x

alg

unb

\^aiUn.
ber

fod^ten

21I"

6nget

nun

aufge^

hjoffte bann

feineg

3)er

tounfd^en."

neueg

"aug

bie

eh)ige"eligfeit,

leben, gefunb fmb**

id^ mir

nid^t ein

legte.

feib, fo tDiinfd^tt\xij

l^aben?

bir

fie liefeen

2^^ure ftanb, fj)rad^ er:

unfer notbiirftigeg
taglid^ Srot

bu

h)offte

id^ eud^ erfiiHen." 5Da fagte ber 3lrme:

fo lange
jtt)ei,

nid^tg'"ju

unb

bie @rbe/

auf

if^nen unb
ber

"ngel

fid^ in i^r Sett

fd^ien,unb
burd^g g^enfterlein

"onne

bem

gu

legen

aber

il^rSager nic^t ne^men,


eg

"ergen"

ging

mod^te** fid^ in i^r '^^

fo gut fie eg"


"afte ein gruf^ftudf,

bem
bie

anbern

"3Son
"

ber

fann;*'

au^ruben

anbieten"

Sid^ felbftaber mad^ten fie eine "treu


3(m

madden, bamit

orbentlid^au^rul^en laffen. 2)er

Sllten"

45nid^t ob, big

fjjrad^
:
""or', lieber SRanU/

unb

2:ag iiber gegangen!"


er,

fc^Iec^te

"d^lafenjeit tr"ar,*'rief bie

fid^in unfer ^tii

ganjen

bie

gngel

Dergniigte "efid^ter babei.

l^eute**nad^t eine "treu

\xn^

SBanberer

arme

bifed^cn3RiIci^* baju

fd^mecftc* i^m

fie gegeffenl^atten unb

^eimlid^ i^ren 5Wann

grau

5Dann

gem.

toa^renb fie lod^ten,

fic ein

unb

mit,

tr"aren"

eg

"erjcn

%\]i^ gcbecfttoar, fe^tefic^bcr

bcr

a"

Soft gut, benn


Site

40

ate

Unb

fagtc, fic \^diim nic^t

unb

geuer,

an^

fic i^re ^xto^t, bamit

fatten."

unb

icdre, gdben ftc t)on

c^

tt)a"

fc^te fie Rartoffein


mclfte

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i^n toittfommcn"
l^icfe

"anb,

Did, aber

^u

READER

GERMAN

fiirbag

gur'g

3)ritte

unb

tuei^

gngel fj3rad^: ^^SBiaft


alte

tDiinfd^en?" 3)a

46
ba^'

"au"t^ur gefud^t,unterbeffenh)drc

jur

SBegeg jurucffdme,mii^tc

beS

25 er

i^m etnfel^ren.^S^/"

jurudtfomme,totll id^

(gngel,,,h)cnn id^ einmal

fjjrad^ber

; toenn

toeggegangen

er

bet

er

"d^Iujfet

l^dtteben

il^nnic^t gleid^cingclaffen,er

er

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READER

GERMAN

e3

t^un."
3)a

fragte

3leid^e,ob

ber

biirfteer

fein 3?ad^6ar. 3a^ fagte ber 6ngel,ba"

\o\t
biirfte,

ttjdre aber

30tt)o^I/eg

tl^un
nid^taud^ brei SSBttnfd^e

er

nid^t gut fiiri^n

unb

nid^tghjiinfd^en.2)er SWeid^eaber meintc,"


ettt)a" "uteg

augfud^en,h^enn

fj)rad^ber "ngel

e^

foUte ftd^Keber

er

hJoDe

fi^ fd^ou

hjiirbe. Da
getoi^erfiillt

nur

^eim,

"9leite nur

er

SBiinfd^e,bie

brei

unb

bu

h)erben."
fottenerfiittt
tl^uft,
"^Hy^xil^atteber

35

SReid^e,h^ag
er

fid^ tounfd^en foUte.

3^gcl

fallen liefe,fing

befann fid^, h)ag


bad^te

ben

unb

fjjringen,fo ba^
h)urbe
40

er

iiber bag.

ba^ bu

ben

V
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er

bag

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geftort

hjottt'

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III.

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III

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mein

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f"\vmt.

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"ie lang xijtoergcffen*


geglaubt?

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auf
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60.

Mein

Mein
Was

Herz,

icli

Herz, ich will dich


ist denn

und

Zwei

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und

Und

sprich, woher

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was

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in

sie

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selbst

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ist Lieb'

wann

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ihrer*
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und

"

fragen,

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dich

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sie,wenn

sprich,wie

reichsten

am

sie
redet

giebt !"

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!"
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'

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6i.]

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FOR

61.

Briillend

Dich

rufe

Lenker

Fiihr'

Du, fuhre

mich

Herr, ich

Du

Herr, wie

mich

im

So

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Du,

Vater

es

Leben,

Zum

segne

!
der

ich

Dich

!
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mich

ich mein
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Du

nehmen,

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lo

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mich

segne

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der

fiihre mich

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zum

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herbstlichen

im

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fiihr' mich

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rufe

willst,so

ich erkenne

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erkenne

der

!'

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zum

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ich

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Vater

der

mich

umzucken

der

der

mich

umwolkt

Spriihend

Vater

walireud

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Vater, ich

BEGINNERS.

Vater, ich preise dich

segne

Leben,
es

gegeben

mich

20

Vater, ich preise Dich!


's ist
Das
Drum

ja

kein

Kampf

um

Heiligste schiitzen
fallend

Gott, Dir

und

die
wir

siegend

ergeb' ich

mich

"

Giiter

mit

der

dem

preis'ich

Erde

Schwerte

Dich

;
;

"

!
.

25

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GERMAN

72

Gott, Dir ergeb* ich mich


mich

Wenn

meine

des

Todes

begriissen,

ich mich

ergeb'

Dich

Vater, ich rufe

30

III

geoffnet fliessen,

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Dir, mein

'

die Donner

Wenn

[Part

I
KORNBR.

(Als ich

schwer

62.

Abschied

verwundet

und

Lieben.

vom

in einem

hilflos

Holze

lag

und

sterben

zu

meinte.)

brennt

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Wunde

Ich

fiihl's

10

Herzens

goldne

Bilder

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schone

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! Mut

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muss

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was

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ich's

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lichten
wie

rasch
'

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dort

ich hier als


ich
nun

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ich

und

ewig

ergeben.

schweben

;
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mit

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trage.

leben

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jugendlich entbrannte,

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"

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im

treu

"

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zur

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mich

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meiner

ich

um

wird

ich
^

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sah

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hab

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matterm

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an

willst I

du

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die bleichen

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meines

an

steh' ich

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langsam

ein Hauch

zu

ich's Liebe

vor

mir

mir

nannte

stehen

"

vergehen,

morgenroten

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KORNSR.

POR

5-64.]

Klage,

Madchens

Des

63.

73

BEGINNERS.

Der

Eichwald

brauset,

Das

Magdlein

sitzet

Es

bricht

Und

sie seufzt

Das

Auge

Du

Heilige,*rufe

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habe

genossen

Ich

habe

gelebt

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rinnet

der

Doch

nenne,'

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der

und

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wecke

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die

siisseste

den

der

schonen

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der

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nichts

mehr.

zuriick

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und

"

,q

nicht

auf

heilet die

wilPs

nicht

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Lust,

"

15

versagen.

vergeblichen Lauf,
Toten

fiir die

Liebe

Brust

verschwundener

Klage den

Nach

ist leer

vergeblicher Lauf

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geliebet.*'

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'

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in die finstre Nacht,

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Ich, die Himmlische,

Es

Macht,

dem

Klage, sie wecket

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mit

getriibet:

dein

Griin

gestorben, die

giebt sie

zieh'n,

Ufers

Weinen

ist

weiter

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hinaus

vom

Herz

"Das

an

die Welle

sich

Wolken

die

nicht

trauernde

auf

Brust

verschwundener
und

Lust

Klagen."

20

SCHILLBR.

64.

Es

reden

Von

Nach

und

bessem
einem

Hoffnung.

traumen

die Menschen

kiinftigenTagen

vie!

gliicklichen,
goldenen

Ziel

74

Sieht
Die

sie

man

'

Doch

Die

der

fiihrt ihn

"

Jiingling

Sie wird

lo

beschliesst

Noch

am

ist kein

Erzeugt
Im

Grabe

im

was'

Zu

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ein,

Knaben

Zauberschein,

begraben
den

Grabe

pflanzter

die

"

Gehirne

des

wir

sind

Hoffnung

auf.

;
an

geboren

Stimme

die innere

Lauf,

Wahn,

Thoren

laut sich

es

mnden

leerer, schmeichelnder

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was

Verbessening.

nicht

im

er

kiindet

Herzen

ihr

Greis

dem

Denn

Es

15

mit

locket

jung,

ins Leben

frohlichen

den

Sie umflattert

wieder

hofft immer

Mensch

spricht,

tauscht

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Seele

die hoffende

nicht.
SCHILUOL

Die

65.

Drei

Worte

Sie
Doch

gehen

Herz

sie nicht

'

nicht

Wenn

er

Der

Mensch

Und

war'

Munde

zu

ist aller Wert

mehr

an

aussen

von

giebt davon

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euch, inhaltschwer,

Munde

von

stammen

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ich

nenn'

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des

Worte

her

'

Kunde.

geraubt,

die drei Worte

glaubt.

\^t frei geschaffen, ist frei,


er

in Ketten

III.

jagen.

wird

alt und

Hoffnung

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und

rennen

wird

Welt

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READER

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geboren,

"

euch

Lasst

dem

Sklaven/

Vor

dem

freien

sollt'

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Er

Und

kein

was

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tibet

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ein

"

ob

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"

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im

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bewahret
von

wanke

gleich

giebt

davon

ist nimmer
an

die

drei

20

webt
;

kreist,

ruhiger Geist.

zu

"

sieht,

Raume

euch,

Munde

lebt,

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ein

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sie

noch

dem

Wechsel

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und

hochste

alles im

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lang

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kindlich

ein

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streben

menschliche

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stammen

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der

der

beharret

drei

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der

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nicht

ist, ein heiliger Wille

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iiber

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in Einfalt

auch

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dem

nach

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straucheln

auch*

er

im

sie Uben

bricht,

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sie ist kein

kann

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Menschen

Mensch

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die

er

wenn

Tugend,

die

Pobels

rasender

Missbrauch

Vor

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des

irren

nicht

den

Nicht

75

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FOR

65.]

inhaltschwer,
Munde

nicht

von

25

aussen

her,

Kunde.
sein
Worte

Wert

geraubt.

glaubt.

30

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76

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66.

READER

^tx

[Part

^Itieniager.

bu nid^tbag Sdmmlein
irSBiUft

Sdmmlein
5Rdbrt

J^iiten?

iftfo fromm unb fanft,

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an

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beg

"rafeg Sliiten,

^
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bu nid^tber
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'

IS

tpilben

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ift'gauf ben tpilben "o]^n!"

"Safebie Slumlein,lafefie*bidden!
SKutter,SKuttet,la^ mid^ jiel^en!"

Unb
20

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ber Snabe
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il^ml^ermit SQBinbegfd^nelle

^lie^tbie jitternbe
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III.

78

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67.

"a"
"in

READER

^et

^iSibtx.

bag SBajfcr
SBafferxa\x\i)i\
fd^toott^

^ifd^erfafebar an/

"al^ nad^ bent 2lncjel


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big
fiul^I
-

"erj l^inan.*

ang

toie er

Unb

fi|t,unb toie er laufc^t/

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3lug bem
"in

%hxi em^jor;*

betoegten
SBafferraufd^t

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feud^teg

"ie fang ju il^m,fiefjjrad^


ju il^m:
lo

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bu nteine Srut
lodfft

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bem

"runb,

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n?ilrbeft
erft"gefunb.

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fid^bie liebe "onne

"er

5!Ronb

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Soit

bid^bein eigen2lngefid^t

5Rid^t
l^erin eto'gen2^au?

[Part

III.

6;

"

FOR

68.]
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BEGINNERS,

S33afferraufd^f, ba^
natften

SRe^t'il^m ben
"ein

jg

2Baffer fd^tooC,

gufe;"

"erj toud^g il^m fo fej^nfud^t^ijoll,"

SBie

bei bcr

"ie

f^jrad^ju i^m, fte fang

2)a

toar'g

"alb
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25

jog

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i^n gefd^el^n/*

urn

fieil^n,l^albfan!
nidftt mel^r

toarb

il^m;

ju

er

30

l^in

gefel^n.
"99t|e.

68.

^et

Siittget.

"SBa" j^or*^
id^ brau^en
SBag

t)or

bent

^ox,

auf ber SriidEe fd^atten?

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ber ?Page lief;


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toieberl^affen
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l^erein

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FOR

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IV.

PART

SELECTIONS,

PROSE

FOR

WITH

NOTES

NARRATIVE,

MAINLY
"

READING.

RAPID

AND

GRAMMAR

(83)

REFERENCES.

86

2)ic

anttoortetc:

feiner "anb
S)a trat

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25

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urn

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45

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en."
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30

40

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mid^ bie "Jjrad^e ber S^iere,unb

"ie

ol^neSefd^merbe

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er menf d^en*

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einmal

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IV.

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unb
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71"72.]

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BEGINNERS.

FOR

'"
bie ^rieftereine gro^e Serfolguncj gegen
crl^uben

bie

fie befd^ulbigtcni^n

Unb

freimutig rebete.
aSal^rl^cit

Verier.
yt)arfeni^n in einen ftnfteren

unb
2:cmj)elraubeg'"

bcr fleine JJl^r^gifd^c


SKann

^eiterunb
aud^ l^ier

toar

fo ba^ fid^bcr Serlermeiftertjertounberte


fann

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bc"

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s"

gutcr "ingc,"

il^nfragte: SBag

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affer SBelt*'

bid^ in

toeil
il^n,

anttDortete

^^^
3"f'^^*"^'^'^^i^

3)ie

*"i^^

felbft!

55

2Cber bie
einem

toon

l^o^en gelfen

ben 3Beg"
l^eiterm2lntli^
bent

au^

feinem Serf

^riefterlie^enil^nau^

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bem

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"

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er

mit

erfiiHet bic^ mit fold^erKraft, bafe bu

SBaS

SfoJ) anttoortete:
tocrliereft?'*
mein

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5Kut unb

nid^t 60

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man
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gab feinenOeiftauf.
Jtrumma(^er.

72.

^ie

^dl^tte eitted iBcttlctd.

brci

giebt afferlei 2lrbeiten,bie

6S

5!JZill^e
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Kinber

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2)er altc

red^te Sein
toon

toerbienen unb

aufmerffam, flei^igunb

nur

ift,ber* toerbirbt nid^t in ber SBelt.


toon

armfte Sauer^mann

"an"j|orgloar

ein

ba"
Settler,ber in Krieg^bienften

toerloren l^atte. 6r

iQauS %\x "au"

in ben

ging nod^

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toor

me^reren S^^^^n

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33rot gu

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bie Seute

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l^at. S)a fagte ber eine

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2^eufel ein Siinbni^

bem

HEADER

ber brttte,
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jufammen

45

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tern, "oIIunberbIuten unb

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.

h)0 folc^e
fammelten fie,unb SRofe^aare,
ju finbentoaren,

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beifammen, fo trugen fie bie ^ul^l^aarej|u
SloPaare

3Jlenfd^en^aare
ju

gefammelt.

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ben

toaren

93a|en

fiean

aug

benn

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60

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toar, ben

3Sorbeigel^en
55

"aitenmad^ern brad^ten,

"

leinene

im

bod^ nur

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70

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"ffig, SKoft

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unb

anbere

"ici^en,
Sudden, ^agebud^cn,Sirfen, 6rlen,

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toon

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80

IV.

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toon afferlei
feinen"ol^nen tool^nte,

3eug, ba^^
95

eg faum

2age, bie "ott


bie fleinen
lourben

100

2llg

bie Knaben

loerben'*'liefe,
toon linfg unb

aHe
fd^Iej)\)ten

red^tgjufammen, h)ie

3SogeI,toeld^e
fid^ein frifd^eg
SReftbauen tooffen.

nad^ unb

tou^ten,toie man
immer

!Denn
^\a% l^atte.

nad^ mit i^ren ^aufleuten immer


bie 3Baren

am

"ie

belannter,

unb lourben babei


liebften
l^atte,"

gefd^idfter.
nun

bag

^a^x

ju "nbe

toar,

red^neteber 35ater ^angjorg

72-73-]

FOR

jufammen,

in ber

^erren in

l^atte,"
^unbert

aHem

ber "tabt

unb

benn

n)obei
SSerfauften,

brei unb

unb

fogleid^ju einem

au^."
t^at fieauf ^\x\,^

2)a^

fiel^atten
nod^ nie fo biel "elb

bann

unb

n?ann

jlDanjigSreujer.105
angefel^enenfi'auf*

freutebie brei ^naben;

beifammen gefel^en.greilid^

geleOt; aber
l^atten
fienod^ biel fd^Ied^ter
Srot

e^

nod^ ein artigeg2^rin!gelbgegeben

bier "ulben

unb

^angjorg trug bie "umme


manne

cttoa^

3)enn
95a|cn be^S^agg jufammengcarbcitetl^atten.

^affe lagen bon

ben

bon

9I

e" ergab [ic^,bafe bie brci Knaben


fiel^e,

unb

einen

mel^r al"

BEGINNERS.

bag

miil^famerlDorbene

fd^meitei^nen toielfiller. "3a,''riefenfie luftigam

5Reus

no

:
ial^r^tage

"53ettcIbrot ijlbittrc 9^ot

2)icbc"brot bring t "algcntob,


5(bcr Slvbcit (cgnct@ott !"

73.

3)ie

brei

( @ c^ ( u g.)

@dl^tte eittcd iBcttlet^.

5Run

ging'g^ frifd^in"

folgenbc ^okjX l^inein. 3!Ran

h)ieber

fleifeig.
"an"jorg

ging nid^t me^r

"au"n)efen, ging

ba"

beforgte

unb

"amenl^dnblern

l^alfbie

SBaren

fd^onfed^g^unbertunb

gu

bettein, fonbern

Sol^gerbern, "eifenftebern,

ju

beffer

bringen. "^o^ijbier fauren 3?al^renl^atteer


^aufmanne

n?arb

ben

an

bie

"ulben
bierjel^n

3Jlann*

greube, beim

untergebrad^t

l^aben.
3lber

nun

toaren

aHerlei

"aber.

anbere

ju

2Bein

Salb

unb
grdfeer,

^Ta

e"

gab

unter

il^nen

balb
ber eine %\\ toenig gearbeitet,
l^atte

n)ol;IfeiI
berfauft,balb

gctrunfen.

er
f^jrad^

bie brci Suben

ber

^an^jorg

"3d^ Q^be jebem

bon

ben

britte n)o" einen

ber

"d^ojjjjen10

^oxS, nid^t leiben tboCte,

eud^l^unbert"ulben.

%\ixtaugt

92

nid^tjufammcn.
Oclb
iibrige
15

GERMAN

Oel^tin bie SBelt

bicibt bei

unb
aufgcl^oben,

; arbeitc*

unferm Kaufmanne

^angjorg

Oabriel

20

blieben

2lbenb, SSeit gcgen

unb
berfd^tounben,

l^aben; benn
fetner

"Sebettoo^I,SSater

nie

unb

^anb

fjjrad^en

ging gegen
^JJcter

!''
"

3Rorgcn,

feinen "ol^nen; fic

cttoag toon

fd^toad^. 2l6er

bei bem

an

bie

gereute*il^n,fie aHe fortgefd^idEt


ju

e"

ftjarb alt unb

er

Sinber

Slot

Mxtttxnad^V

nie n?ieber
"angj|5rgerful^r

Unb

bcr

gaH

ber 3in^ junt ^ajjttale


foil"aCjdl^rlic^
gefd^Iagen

gcgen

jcbcrfiirfid^! 3)a"

fiirben

toerben.'' !iDa briiiten bie Sriibcr einanbcr*


jum

IV.

[Part

/DEADER

Jlaufmanne,

ba" "elb
riil^rte

er

lie^ ftd^"

fonbem

^aj)italburd^ bie barauf gefc^IagenenS^n\^^ mel^ren. gr


n?ieber
25

bon
^an^
j^eifd^en^**

"au",

ju

enblid^fonnte

er

nid^tmel^r forbern, benn

[ed^jig
'^ai}xzalt.

fd^on jlDeiunb

Oemeinbe, in tDeld^erer feitbier

er

h)illid^feinem

bem

er

Iran!, unb

toar

unb

an

anttoortete

fallen, ^ti^tiftbie Slot

ben

in ber "tabt

Kaufmann

Sriefefd^rieber

^aj)itale
; benn

Seute, bie i^n fannten,

40

S)od^ bie

jtoanjig3"i^i^^ngetDol^nt
ein

grember

"6r

tt)ar.

"in merje^n

^an^jorg
am

,,bod^
gurSaft

!"
l^od^ften

einen

"ulben
""enbet mir breil^unbert

id^bin alt

unb

unb
fd^toad^,

t)on

3)arauf

3^^^^^\)on

meinen

l^abeic^fd^onfeitmerjel^n^a^ren nid^tgijernommen
nid^tme^r.

toar

jum" 2)orfel^inaug!"

nirgenbg l;in!""
"3d^ toeife

er
fd^rieb

Slber

nid^tjur Saft fallen!" fagten bie Sauern

2^agen mu^

35

3)ie

toeil er
berftiefe
i^n unbarml^erjig,
l^atte,

fottun"

forbernfonntc.

S^xt ju ^^xt einigeSebenSmittel.

bon
fd^iiteni^m njol^I

30

alten

ntan

er

ging

gab bem

unb

lal^men^an^jbrg \t"o\)l
gern, fo lange"

bag

Unb

in

meinem
Sinbem

"ie

leben

3^ fo^9^i^^^n balb in bie (Stoigfeit.''


"'^f)x
feib reid^

genug/' anttDortete ber ^aufmann


"ulben
jhjeitaufenb
"ulben."
breil^unbert^

nad^ unb

"benn

euer

"elb

l^atfid^iiber"

nad^ tjermel^rt.^iermit fenbe id^

"

94

GERMAN

READER

IV.

in aSarfd^au, tinb bicfeS^raucnjimmer ift


"ch)urjl^anbler

unb

meinc

^rau!"

SJarauf frrad^ber jtoeite


"err

75

[Part

bie^"

iftmeinc

grau,

unb

"Unb ic^bin

"abriel, unb

eucr

ic^l^abebiggergro^en ^orn^anbel in

ber 3)ritte : "llnb id^ bin


SBarfd^au getrieben/'9tacl^l^er
f^jrad^
euer

aSeit unb

SBaren
80

reifte
; unb

o.yx^ Dftinbien,iuo^inid^breimal

$Run fommen

ben

l^abeaug

tootten

h?ir unb

Sanbgut bei 2!Barfc^augefauft.

euc^ mit

^inber
Dielgeliebien

cuer"

im

^an^jorg Ji^eubent^rdnen(xxa "alfe feiner


unb

fegnetefie

85 riefenbie "ol^ne, "^^r mii^t bei


it)irunfer "liidE

benn
tool^nen,

un"

Settler.

toenn*^
"^rud^ ofti)orgebetet,

un"

eud^ nur

finb
unb

gebern, Saumfamen

unb

bergleid^enfammein"

toir nod^ l^eute


arme

"3a,"

3Kdb"
nid^tgelel^rt

fd^ulbig.^*"atteti^r un^

SRofenbtatterunb

iDdren

i^re SBeiber.

unb

Sumjjen, Knod^en unb "aare, ^rduter

90

unb

ne^men

wn^

})flegen."

3)a toeinte ber graue

unb

mit atterlei

3^itungen ben 3lufent^altmeiner

ntir ein

erfal^ren,unb

Sriiber

ailter

fomme

2lber

unb

toir

fauer toarb

benu^en, fo

l^aben yxn^

euren

*"

S3cttctbrot iflbittrc 9^ot ;


2)iebc"brot

bringt "atgcntob,

Slbcr Strbcit fegnct @ott

unb
95

ging'"!"'^ 2llfo f})rad^enbie frommen

bann

SSater mit fid^,unb


nal^men i^ren^od^begliidEten

"elb, bag

er

beim

beffernSefolbung

^aufmanne
be"

"ol^ne unb

bermad^ten

ba^

l^atte,(xn bie "emeinbefaffe^ur

"d^uHe^rerg,"

lebten alle

unb

fro^ unb

Dergniigt.
2)a
100

ba

ftanbenbie Sauern

unb

ben
fjjerrten

nid^t,hjie bag 35ing jugegangen.


hjufeten
2)ummen

fagte,inbem

er

bebenflid^ben

Unb

SKunb"'
ber

auf unb

i)on
Sliigfte

ben

^o})f fd^iittelte:
"2)er

73-74-1

POR

BEGINNERS.

95

^an^jorg ntufemit bem 2^eufel einen 33unb gemad^t l^abcn,toie


f onnte

fonftju fo bielem Sleid^tumefommen

er

h)ie ^an^jbrg baju fam,


eS"* beffcr,
junge Sefcr h)cife

2lber ber
tinb

fid^ an

mag

?"

brei

beffen"

"os
a3eifj)iel
"dl^nen ein IcJ^rreid^ed

nebmen.
Sf"9oIle.

74.

Selbst

einem

einem

hatte

alle

nur

horte,

so

Herr

bei

er

Gesellschaft

du

Tolpatsch.

Lehrjungen,
aufs

mit

der

nach,

in

der

er

die
diese

oder

oder:

titulierte

das

halbe

wenn

'

er

wie

Gott

das

Schneide, oder
Redensarten

auf

so

er

lernte

nach

viel als

den

Tisch
am

und

nach

den

strich,'
Riicken

Giitterlein

ein

: 10

oder:

insgemein

Schermesser

wenn

an

Exempel

zum

will;

namlich

Pflaster
er

Herm

gen.
Segrin-

von

heisst

sondem

seinem

von

nicht

allerlei* Redensarten

(das

er

Lehr-

lernte

Star

Barbier

noch

sonst

andern\

Segringen,

wohlbekannte
Der

was

Compagnie*

par

etwas

er

Sprechmeister aufgab,

bin

auch

So

Tuch,

Alle

will sagen

jeder Gelegenheit wiederholte,

wenn

abzog," anstatt

sein

Ich

hatte

! la la ! oder

heite."

ich

Sprechen.

selber*

auch

sein, wenn

Menschen.

im

ihm

Exempel

zum

in

anstatt

die

Worter,

Sein

So

niitzlich

es

Star, und

einen

Unterricht

ihm

zuletzt

sich, die

kann

einem

mehr

Barbier

ahmte

er

Segnringren.

Ton

respektablen^ Dorf,

der

junge gab

Star

Staren

gelemt hat, viel


In

Der

der

15

ver-

Star

auch.
Da
auch

nun

taglichviele

Branntwein

lachen/'wenn

Leute

im

ausschenkte,
die

Caste

mit

Haus
so

waren,

gab's

einander

weil der

manchmal

Barbier
viel

zu

Gesprach fuhrten, und

20

gS

der

warf"

Star

dazu"

du?"

machst

antwortete

gewachsen

gelemt, dass

ich

Sein

anderer

Lande"

alle

"Wie

einen
dem

nach
40

denkt"

an

mit

erholt
und

rechten

sagte

er

gesucht, wie
der
JO

Hansel

Also
und

als sie

als

kommst
;

"Ei
du

wissen

die
sie

ein

Der

Gefangene

vor

ihm

sieht, was

den

die

meine

um

morderischen

ausstreckte, und
"Tch bin

nachher

Lachen

Vogel

Hals

der
ihn

was

anfanglich, als

hier

zu

sagte:

einen

er

wiisste,

er

mit

hier

Star
und

Gefangenen

wenn

Gesell-

flogen ungliicklicher

aber

er

eine

Gelegenheit

Garn.

Als

Hansel,
in

husch

Atem

hatte

ich

Schlinge?"

da

retten

wenn

aber, als

zu

Bar-

er

es

sich

kommen,"
dich

nicht

antwortete

"Par C.ompagnie."

brachte
bekam

kaum

viel

so

aufflogen,flog er

heraus, dreht

der

ter
Wet-

und

unter

gethan hat, nimmt

"

er

sich

er

Dingen zuginge,^"

hatte, konnte
als

wo

Vogelsteller erschrak

Dfer

jetzt schon

"

nichts, schrie

das

er.

und

einem

Segringen!"

von

nicht

nach

und

fortkommen,"

Boden.

den

erzahlen.

Fliigel wieder

offen

Vogelsteller kommt

behutsam

auf

wieder

muss.

45

andern

was

alle Leute
zu

kann

in

Hansel,

Hansel

der

Fang

grossen

Finger

bier

Als

"

war"

Aber

einander"

mit

wirft ihn

und

"Sie

hab'

war

ich."

als

will !"

Gott

fur

er

dachte

er

besser

Weise"

Weg

Vogel mischte,

ihnen, denn
35

Welt

hatte; und

"Ich

Flug ging ins Feld,

erster

schaft

"

heraus

Fenster

zum

der

in

zurief

beschnittenen

Fenster

Star:

der

dachte

die

das

davon

dem

von

sich

drein, das

Tolpatsch!!' und

"du

ihm

und

waren,

schon,

Lehrjunge

er:

als

Wortem

Verstand

wussten"

Tages aber,

Eines

30

der

Nachbarschaft

in der

den

er

IV.

[Part

seinen

von

wenn

ihm

wenn

READER

eines

auch

schickte, als

manchraal,
25

GERMAN

der
ein

Vogelsteller den
gutes

Fanggeld.

Star
Der

seinem
Barbier

Herrn
aber

der,
wieerwarb

74"75-]

sich

POR

damit

einen

der

sehen, und

will

Gegend

97

Zuspruch, denn

guten

Hansel

wiirdigen

BEGINNERS.

jetzt noch

wer

Ader

zur

jeder wollte
weit

lassen," geht

den

und

merkbreit

Barbier

zum

in

von

Segringen.
Merke

55

So

mancher

passiert einem

Staren

der

lieber

Mensch,

junge

daheim

als

etwas

bleiben

Aber

nimmer

so''*
"

herumflankieren

wollte," ist ebenfalls/^arrCompagnie


und

Schlinge geraten,

auch

selten.

in die

herausgekommen.
HSBEL.

75.

Mensch

Der

den

iiber

wohl

Unbestand

will, und

er

hat

auch

nicht

gen.

Aber

zufrieden
^

und

auf

dem

und

fiel ihm

sogleich ein

auf

seiner

Amsterdam

nach
er

auf

mit

konnte

gehenden
,,konnt

ihr

wunderschone

der

Luft

kam

Umweg
durch

wenn

herumflie-

ein

den

deutscher

Irrtum

als

Denn

dies

nicht
Haus

sich
:

schones

in

er

erlebt

Gesimse

"Guter

sagen,

wie

gehort, mit

hatte.

und

in die

der
den

Herr
Fenstern

wo-

war,

Augen,'

10

bis

Lange betrachtete
die sechs
die

hohen

entbrechen,** einen
Freund,"

diese

Duttlingen

von

Gebaude,

kostbare

nicht

Haus

zur

gekommen

Wanderschaft

keines

noch

er

und

grosses

ganzen

anzureden
mir

in

Erkenntnis.

Dach, die schonen

Endlich

ihn

Schicksal,

geschaftiger Menschen,

Verwunderung

dem

seinem

Handelsstadt, voll prachtiger Hauser,

reiche

Schiffe

er

fur

Amsterdam

ihrer*

zu

Dinge anzustellen, wenn

mit

seltsamsten
in

gender

wie

werden

zu

gebratene Tauben

und

Wahrheit,

taglich Gelegenheit, Betrachtungen

aller irdischen

Handwerksbursche

grosse

Kannitverstan.

redete

Fenster.
Voriiber-

er

heisst, dem
voll

Kamine

ihn

an,

dieses

Tulipanen,'

15

gS
Steraenblumen
20

lich

viel

so

und
Dies

war

25 recht

nicht
der

sei

es

Das

Gass'

Er

seine

wurde."
auf

45

alle

diese

war

die

aus

?"

an

das

Welt

auf

Waren

Kein
Land

sich

eben

der

Wem

der

solcherlei

vergoldeten Scherben."

und

Ballen

immer

wurden

und

Kaffee,

Kiste

heisse,"

auf

hatte,

der

dem

Achsel

das

Meer

bringe. f,Kannitverstan

dachte

Da

ausgeladen

lange zugesehen

eine

Land

Kisten

grosses

kurzem"

vor

Noch

aber

er

das

jetzteben
von

einzigen

ein

vol! Zucker

Fasser

Als

zwei

Merkwurdigkeiten

zog,

Lande.

am

schwemmt,

und
stellen,"**

Kannit-

Mastbaum.

endlich

bis

Reihen

"

das

an

Wunder

hatte.

Meerbusen.

an

seinen

diese

gliickliche Mann

Antwort.

Herr

den

an

mit

war," und

einen,
der

wie

heraustrug,

es

alle

ganze

Pfeffer.

endlich

er

kann

"Ich

gefragt

er

Mastbaum

betrachten,

zu

gewalzt, und

und

er

werde,

einander

heraus

Reis

fragte

"

standen

neben

und

mehrere

vol!

wie

angekommen

Schon

dem

(sndlich

er

Aufmerksamkeit

Ostindien

man's

Fremdling glaubte,

sein, der

Schiff,und

an

und

sehen

kurz

voriiber.

drei, wenn

viel als

gute

Mann

kam

anfanglich nicht,

zu

35 Schiff
aus

Schiff

schnurrte

so

nach

als der

verstand

ging welter.

ein,"

durchfechten

genug

der

Mannes,

er, und

nun

wusste

Augen

Aber

UnglUck"

zum

oder

Wort,

vermut-

nichts, sagte

1''^ und

deutsch

grundreicher "

Gass'

aus,

stand

Da

des

Name

dachte

verstan,

aber, der

Sprache

auf

heisst

verstehen."

ein

muss

deutschen

hoUandisches

betrachtet,und

(euch)

Mann

hatte, und

^^Kannitverstan

ein

nun

Der

thun

IV.

[Part

hollandischen,' namlich

der

schnauzig:

?"

zu

der

von

von

READER

Levkoien

wichtigeres

Fragende

30

und

etwas

gerade

40

GERMAN

Haha

! schaut's

das

Meer

solche

er
"

hat

gut^*

solche

Tulipanen

vor

her-

Reichtiimer

Hauser
die

da

f^^

in die

Fenster

in

75-]

Jetzt ging

fel sei unter

wieder

er

bekame,** wie dieser

'^

schwarz

sie einen

dass
von

folgte nach,

Paar

In

der

stumm.

und

lautete

Menschen

guten

blieb

er

Letzten

rait dem

seiner

an

er

und

ihn

bat

Glocklein
?"

nen

und

wieder

ich

einst

und

ein

Leiche

ihr

von

leicht

Herz

ums

du

meiner

ans

ward
:

Armut

auch

Mit

diesen

Grab,

sah

den

"

"Armer
allem

von

nun

Leiche

andachtig

machte

sich

er

ausrechnete,

wenn

:*^ "Das

65

was

Zentner

am

Mantel,
wohl

ein
"

"dem

das
mit- 70

nachdenklich

und

an'"

der

muss

er,

an

die Antwort.

war

es

Ein

Jetzt 60

eine

er

Stille

sie

Gefiihl, das

Duttlinger ein paar"

Augen, "und

Leintuch."
bis

/"

ob

55

Mantel, und

Handen

konnte,

betriibt

so

Vier

Glocklein.

sein," sagte

gewesen

guten

unserm

hast

"was

aus,

euch

von

den

der

Excuse

um

^^Kannitverstan

aus

den

um

Verstorbenen

aufschliige,ergriff ihn sachte

lautet, dass

fielen

Da

in

gewinnen

treuherzig

Freund

guter

geht

Baumwolle

Gulden"

zehn

um

des

Doch

war.

er

falls schwarz

in schwarze

in

gut

fUhrten.

wehmiitiges

Hut

Zug, der eben

vom

Ruhe

ein einsaraes
ein

kam

50

als

so

traurig,als

voriibergeht,*"wenn

stehen,^' bis alles voriiber


den

und

eben

Bekannten

Paar/* verhUllt

Feme

hat ! "

einen

seine

in

und

Fremdiing"

ergriffunseren

sieht, und

Toten

Aber

Leichenzug.

grossen
zogen

Teu-

armer

einmal"

es

langsam

Freunden

langer Zug

keinem

Pferde

Leichenwagen

iiberzogenen
wiissten,

einen

traurige

Welt.

nur

Kannitverstan

Herr

vermummte

in der

doch

recht

fiir ein

er

Leuten

ich's

erblickte

und

Ecke

eine

stellte eine
was^*

an,

reichen

"Wenn

99

und

selbst

vielen

so

dachte:

eben

zuriick

sich

bei

Betrachtung*^

er

BEGINNERS.

FOR

ihm

auf

Thra-

grosse

einmal

schwer
rief

Kannitverstan,"
deinem

bekomme
Gedanken
vermeinten

Reichtum
'*

er

Was

ein Totenkleid

begleitete
Herrn

er

die

Kannitver-

75

lOO

hinabsenken"

Stan

80 hollandischen

nicht

in

Acht

deutsch

verstand, mit

85 Kase,** und,

wenn

er

den

Welt

an

der

Wort

ver-

die

Stiick

ein

reich

man

wo

Limburger
woUte,*"

fallen

schwer

er

den

mit

Herberge,

einmal

sein

von

Herzens

seien, und

Kannitverstan

Herrn

Schiff und

einer

so

IV.

deutschen, auf

Appetit

wieder

[Part

ward
kein

er

leichten

er

in

gutem

in der

an

nur

sein reiches

an

ging

ihm

es

der

mancher

fort, verzehite

viele Leute

dachte

so

Ruhestatte, und

von

Endlich

gab.

wieder

so

seine

geriihrt,als

andern

dass

READER

Leichenpredigt, von"

mehr

stand,

GERMAN

er

so

arm,

Amsterdam,

in

Grab.

enges

HSBBL.

^obiad

76.

"err 2^obiag 2Bitt


unb
er

nie ineitiiber bie

me^r

%"xx\^
5

tt"ar au"

fleine

t)on

ober

einer

mafeigen "tabt

nur

ndd^ftenSiorfer gefommen.

SBelt

ber

38itt

3leaj3elberje^rtl^at. 6r

bie
"efd^id^ten,

ber

gefe^en/ al^ mand^er,

er

\\i)l^ierunb

gebiirtig^

2)ennod^\j(x\\.i
fein gtbteil

aHerl^anb*

erjal^lte
gern

ba

in

eigener"rfal^rung

aug

gefammelt l^atte. ^Poetifd^e^


SSerbienftl^attenfie toenig, aber
unb
beftomel^r }3raftifc^e",

ba"

Sefonberfte an

il^nenit)ar, ba^

unb jtwei*
il^rer
je j^oei
jufammen gel^ijrten.

lobte

ginmal

i^n ein
@i!

loKlug^eit toegen.
SEBar^'

SBitt.
SBenn

33e!annter,"err

junger

fing ber

alte 2Bitt an,

ic^benn h)irflic^
fo !Iug?"
Unb

gr

'

toeil
ba"

id^

e"

aud^

ba"
h)erben h)ill,

Sld^tgeben, tt)ie e" bie Starren


is5Rarren madden?"

madden ttjiebie."

"

unb

2:iII, feiner

fc^munjelte:

,,5Die
ganje SBelt fagfg, "err
gern

hjiirbe *''...

iftleid^t. 6r
madden!"

unb
^a, "err 2:iII,

"

^e

mufe

nur

,r3Ba"? SBie

mu^

e"

bann

nun

flei^ig
e"

bie

anberg

GERMAN

102

il^n:
fd^iittelte

SBitt an, unb

glau

tnu| banad^

@r

READER

6r

au"

(Sliidf nur

bag

mu^

IV.

fud^cn,"en

fein.'* "5Da" bin id^ ja langc,"


"

l^ilft'g?3"^"^^^^"^w^"^i^i" "treid^ iiber

aber toad

Siinftiglegeid^ bie "anbe Ueber

50

[Part

gar in

ben

"d^o^

ben

anbem!
bleibe ju

unb

.^aufe.''
"

ad^ nid^t bod^! ni4)t bod^, "err glau!


imnter

banad^, aber

in 2ld^tne^men,
l^iibfc^

fic^ nur
SBie

"SBBag?

glau

(Sefid^t
trdgt. ^d^ toitt^g 3^m

ba

! h)ie er*"

mein

gan^e

S^lad^bar
jur Sinlen

"tra^e t)oIISalfen

unb

toie gr'S*"

id^'g"efi4"ttrage?""

(Seftd^t
tragi.
"

55

"cl^en"*ntu| 6r

^a, "en

erildren.

fein "aug

baute, fo lag einftbie

"teine

"})arren ;

unb

unb

60

ing

(Selag ^inein,unb

ben

SBoIf

ein

Sein,
bamit

nun

rannte

mit

ben "^aitn
l^iett
'"

bafebie 9lafe mit


fo fteif,

5piumJ"! lag

^inltnod^ l^eutigen2^age" bai)on.

unb

fagen/^ lieber "err glau

nod^ ein

**
airmen
ftc^getoorfenen

toon

toar,
f0 jiemlic^ gleid^

en

!am

ba

unfer Silrgermeiftergegangen," "err 2:ridE,bamald


blutjungerSRatS^err; ber

afe

ba, brad^

er

S03ag

"

\o\\i ic^

bie ^a\t nid^tattjul^od^tragen/


"6i, bie alte Se^re : 2)u follft
^5

3"* P^^i "^?

"

2lber

aud^ nid^tatlp niebrig. ^txm

bdnad^ lam nod^ ein anberer


"err "d^aH

; ber

Koj)fel^aben;

benn

Salfen

70 ber

er

mu^te gan^e

arme

toie ber
"^axm

in

D^nmad^t,

! SEBie man'g

toeber ju
"

SSBenn

ledEin bie SBoIIen, nod^ ju


man

gucftein

ri^ ein "eil,

nieber.

toarb

5KerIt

"

6r

93or

Irani, unb

too^l,

nun

"efid^ttragen mufe?

in ber 5Kitte."
""te meinen, fo J^iibfd^
75

^rad^

33li^ t)or i^m

SBod^en lang augl^atten"

id^meine, "err glau

"tabt^joet,

triibfinnig
ein^er,unb

\oo"it.
l^ineinftnfen

^erunter/'unb

"d^redfen fielber

it)ag

fd^lid^
ganj

er

ber

toar

93erfe,ober "au"forgen im

mufete" enttoeber

(Srbboben,atg ob

ben

; bag

gegangen

nid^t lange

"

fd^euin

3^ freilid^!
ba^
ben

"rbbobcn

nad^ oben
fo bie Slugen feinrul^ig'*

unb

"

man
*

fiel^t

unten

unb

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FOR

IO3

nad^ beibcn "citen uml^crtDirft,


fo fommt

in ber

man

SBelt

fd^on

Sngel.

77.

3)ed

^aifetd

SSor t)ielenS^^i^^n I^"t^ ^iw


^leiber

neuc

^aifer,

feinen "olbaten, lummerte

ju

*
bid auf
fo entfe^Iid^

l^ingab,urn

6r

ftd^ toenigum'"

ift im

be"

^Ur jebe "tunbe

tragen.

2^^eater,unb
fileiber.jur

2^agc" ^atte er
einem

fonftt)on

\otxvc\. man

immer

nur

mac^te fid^*nid^t" "x\x^

feineneuen
urn
ba^in,ober ful^rf})ajicren,

Slnjug,unb
er

ber

bafe er all fein "elb


l^ielt,

red^tgejju^terfd^einenju fonnen.

nur

^(eiber*

nene

einen

ging
"d^au

eigenen

K5nig ober ^aifer fagt:

l^ierfagen : ber Kaifer iftin ber

Slate,fo mufete man

"arberobe."
ber

3n

grofeen"tabt, bie feine 3lefibenjtoar, ging

l^er. 2ltte lage famen

g^rembe

"\xi

ben

"of.

luftiglo

e"

6ine"

2^age"

erfd^ienenauc^ jh)eiSetrilger,bie ftd^^unfttoebernannten


befannt
in benen

unb

mad^ten,bafeftebiefunftlid^ften
"toffeju toebentjerftilnben/
nid^tnur

bie

g^arben unb 3Jlu[tert)on

l^eit
feien,fonbern bie
hjunberbare

barau"

l^errlid^er
"d;on5

gefertigten*fileiber befdfeenbie

is

"igenfd^aft,ba^ fte jjebem unfid^tbarblieben,ber

untauglid^in feinem 2lmte ober ii6erl^auj"t


einfdltigtoare.
"admujfen

^leiber fein! bad^te ber itaifer. 2Benn


l^errlid^e

toer feinem
id^ein fold^e^Sleib l^citte,
fo fonnte id^gleid^erfal^ren,

2(mte

Seute
nid^tgetoad^fen*
h)dre,unb bie flugen unb einfdltigen

fonnte

einen
! gtirtoal^r,
id^ aud^ gleid^unterfd^eiben

"toff mufe id^ l^aben!


^iinftlem grofee "ummen
Slrbeit

gel^enfonnten.

ftetttcn
fid^/afe

toenn

Unb

er

liefeben

beiben'

au^ja^Ien, bamit

fold^en

fogenannten

fie gleid^ an

"iefe fc^Iugenjh)eiSBebftiil^Ie
auf
fieemfig arbeiteten

; aber

20

bie
unb

fte l^attennid^t^25

I04

GERMAN

HEADER

Part

t)crlangtcnbie feinfte"eibe

eingefc^lagen,"ie

unb

aber beibeg in bie cigene S^afd^e,


unb
"olb, ftcdEten

IV.

bcfte

baS

arbeileten

an

big fpat in bie Sflad^t.


SBebftii^Ien

ben leeren

toie toeit bie beiben Kiinftler


mit meinem
Sd^ mijc^tebod^ it)ijfen,

3o"toffe gefommen jinb! fagte ber ^aifer nad^ einiger^z\i


felbft. 2lber ate

ober
bebad^te,
bafeein "infaltiger,

er

nid^tgetuad^fen/ba" "elrebe

2lntte

toer

jic^

ju

feinem

nid^tfe^en fonnte, toarb

er

t)erlegen.greilid^glaubteer, bafeer filrftd^nid^tg ^u fiird^tcn

35

;" bod" toottte


l^dtte

er

5Rac^ric^ten
t)on

ben

3Dlannem

eg mit ber Slrbeit

ftel^e,Sltte Setool^nerber Stabt

atte

l^infd^idEen,
iim
i^m

anbem

h)ie
bringen,el^eer felbftfel^e/"

ju

Don
l^atten

ber

bie biefer"toff befi^enfoUte,"


gigenfd^aftgel^ort,

tounberbaren
unb

lieber einen

toaren

il^m bie Klugl^eitober

an
begierig,

Untoiffenl^eit

i^reg9tac^barnju er})roben.
^'tt

3^

40

enblic^ber

meinen

alten, el^rlid^en
5Kinifterl^infc^idEen,
fagte

Saifer nac^ langem Uberlegen :

toie ber "toff augp^^t, benn


fel^en,

befferfiirfein2lmt, ate
Jjafet
2)er
45

du^

alte

alien

an

ja nid^t bag

"aal,

ben

bie

er

(Seringfteauf

lie^er biefe"ebanlen

unb
l^atSSerftanb,

niemanb

bie beiben

nid^t laut

Setriiger

SRein "ott,

!
9Bebftii^Ien
fel^en

ben

2)ie

toerben."

bie

2)od^

Setriigerbaten

"tiil^Ie^eran^utreten,

ob bie garben nid^t


ob il^mbie 3)ef[eing
gefielen,
fragtenil^n,

fd^ontodren, unb jeigtenbabei auf


fel^r
arme

beften

am

Slugen loeit aufmad^te,id^

ndl^er an
gefattigft"
i^n fel^r1^5flid^,
so unb

too

i^renSBebftu^Ienarbciteten.

bad^te ber alte 3Kann, inbem


fann

toirb

er.

5Kimfter ging in

Krdften"

er

er

alte

fal^,unb

faf^ unb
5!Jtimfter

nid^tgfel^en,benn
SBebftuf^Ie

eg

ben

leeren Slaum.

fonnte

nid^tgba.

toar

2)er

bod^ auf
"

Sieber

bem

"ott,

fein? a)ag
bad^teer bei pd^, foHte" id^toirfUd^ ein "infaltgjjinfel
55

^dtte ic^nid^tgeglaubt,unb bag

barf

"

aud^ lein aWenfd^ toiffen.

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BEGINNERS.

FOR

"oUtc

id^ meinem

2lmte

IO5

nid^t getoad^fenfein?

5Rein,urn

"

bod^nid^tfagen,id^ ^atte ben "toff


allerSBelthjillen^fannid^
nid^t gefel^cn! 5Run, "err 5Kimfter,fagte ber

eine

"

Sctriigern,tnbem

"ie
eifrigfortarbeitete,

er

ben

t)on

fagen nid^t,toie

?
S^nen ba" (Sehjebe gefdttt

60

D, bie 2lrbeit iftt)ortreff


Ud^! eriDtberte ber alte "en, tnbem
ben

er

Sluffd^Iagbaumburd^ bie Srille befa^. 2)iefegSWufter,biefe

garben!
beibeg

ja,id^toerbe

"

bem

Saiferungefdumt berid^ten,
ba^ id^

fd^ongefunben\:iobi, 3)ag
fel^r

fein ! fagten
g^arben

bie

befd"rieben bann

unb
Setriiger,

5!Kinifter
aufmerlfam ju,
l^orte
fagen ju lonnen.
*"oIb

bem

65
i)erf
d^iebenen

beftiinbe.*3)er

^aifer il^reSBorte trieber

bie beiben 3Jldnner nod^ mel^r


Darauf begel^rten

"eibe,

unb

urn

bie

(Setoebe

bag

5!Kufter,toorau^

unb

fe^r angenel^m

totrb un^

"

ba"

urn

tJoHigfertigenju fonnen,

"eh)ebe

aber alle",tt)a" il^nengegeben h:)urbe,


toieber in il^ren
ftedEten
70
toie bi^l^er,
arbeiteten,
eifrigan

eigenen 23eutel,unb

ben

leeren

aBebftii^len.
9lad^einiger^z\i fanbteber ^aifereinen
um

e"

ju

toie e" mit


fel^en,

aber, toie bem

alten

befal^fte tjerujunbert
toerben"
bag

ju

"etoebe

Setriigerben

(Setoebe

Seamten

l^in,

ftel^e.SJiefem"errn " ging

bie SBebftiil^Ie
3Jlinifter
; er ftarrte
an,

t)on

atten

"eiten, ol^ne

lonnen,toeil ^hzn nid^tgbarauf

toar.

ti'voa^

getoal^r

g^inben"ie

SlbgeorbnetenbeS ^aiferg,todl^renb
fieeifrig

neuen

frii^cr. 2)umm

ben

t)on

bin

g^arbenunb

3Jluftern
fprad^en,toie80

bad^te ber
ic^ boc^ nid^t,

3lbgefanbte. Sg

ntu^ alfomein fetteg2lmt fein,ju bem ic^nid^ttauge. 2)ag

fomifd^
; bod^ barf
"toff,ben
bag

er

75

nid^t fd^on, toie ber "err 5!Jtinifter?


fragten bie

unb
fortarbeiteten,
"

bem

anbern

eg

niemanb

merfen.

ben
unb bejeugte
nic^tfal^,

Unb

er
fo riil^mte

h?dre
ben

Setriigem feine^reube,

aud^ bem Saifer ben 85


fd^one (SeUjebe gefe^en ju l^aben; J"rieg

^enlid^enSlnblid,ben

er

gel^abt."

I06

^t%i tDotttc aud^ ber ^aifer

jcne'^^ guten Seute aud^ h?arcn,


^unbe

t)on

be"

"etoebe

bag

Segleitung einc" erlcfcncn"efolgcg

90

[Part

READER

GERMAN

ben

ju

^aiferS Sefud^ auf

ging in

unb
fcl^en,

"of6eamten,

t)on

IV.

untcr

benen

SBebmeiftern,bic bei

ber

in il^rer
Slrbeit
eifrigfte

ba"

fortfu^ren. "3P bie Slrbeit ntd^tiDunberbott?" riefcnjcnc firons


beamtcn.

"33eliebcn""ure

^arbcn
l^errlic^cn
leeren
95

bic foftlid^en
5Kaj|jeftdt
2)cffcin",bie

!'' 2)abei
betrad^ten

ju

^eigtcn fie auf

Slal^men,ba fie iiberjeugt


toaren, bie anbern

lonnten

bag

feine"ett)ebe fel^en.

iftbag

"9Bag
^a^

?"

fJ)rac^ber"^aifer bet fid^: ^3c^ fe^e nid^tg!

! Sin
ift entfe^Iic^

Kaifer?

lobte

laut

3lber

"

id^ einfaltigober tauge id^nid^tjum"

bejaubemben "toff,

ben

er

"r
befd^autegncibig Idd^elnb bie leeren SBebftiil^Ie.
100

ben

unb

fonnte

ja

iiber bef[enSlnblidf feine


nid^tju fel^en/'

bag
nic^teingeftel^en,

"ofIeute au^er ftd^ t)or

gerieten. Slud^

^niiMtn

bag

iibrige

aHer SInftrengungnid^tg fel^en,


aber
"efolge fonnte ungead^tet**

fieftimmtenbennod^ laut in
bent
105

bag

il^reg"errn ein,unb rieten

Kaifer,fic^a\x^ bent l^errlic^en


"toff

ernannte

2)ie

beiben

geftfleiber
ju

ber

einen Drben,
^ilnftlern

unb

fteju feinen"oftoebern.
9iad^tt)or

blieben bie beiben

bent

2:age,an ioeld^embie ^Pro^effton


fein fottte,

^unftler auf, unb

Sic^ternan
fed^jef^n

bent

neuen

in
fd^nitten

ber

arbeiteten beint

"lanje

t)on

2lnjugebeg Kaiferg,h?ie jeberfel^en

fonnte, fteHtenfid^bann, alg ob

gdben.

bie

laffen. 2)er Kaifer gab

bet)orfte^enben
^^rojefftonfertigenju
ben
ben Sefel^I,
t)erlie^
l^ierju

no

Sob

**

fie

bag

(Seioebe

abnd^nten,

unb ndl^tenmit 9ld^nabeln o^ne


2uft l^inunb l^er,

gnblid^fjjrangenfieauf unb riefen: 9tun ftnb bie

neuen

Kleiber unfereg Kaifergfertig.


lis

2)er

^aifererfc^ienmit feinem ganjen

"offtaate,unb bie beiben

bag
Setriigerjeigteni^m, "ttidE fiir"tiid, bie Seinflciber,

Dber*

77"7^']

BEGINNERS,

POR

IO7

Ileib,unb ben 5KanteI,inbem** fte bie "dnbe

l^oc^in bie "o^c

toie ein "})tnnengeit)ebe


^obcn. "3)er Slnjug iftfo leic^t,
; man

foHte

*'

2lber bag

l^atte
gar nic^tg(m,

glauben, man

2^u9enb biefe^feinen S^^S^-" f^ ^^^f^"fi^/unb


i^nen bei

unb
entlletben,

ftd^nun
^leiber

tod^renb

an,

2lnjuge",unb

2lud^in ber "tabt

fel^en,unb

al"

35enn

er

jid^

alien

i)on

"eiten

im

"})iegel

i"

toar

Setoegung.

begierig,ba"

man

125

SBunbergetoebeju

rief alleg" SSolf


^aifer t)oruberfc^ritt,

ber

auf

ber

Strafe

aug

*"

"SBeId^ l^errlid^er

toie ^bfd^ fi^tba" Dberlleib!''


h?eld^foftbare"c^lej"J"e!

niemanb

fleineg Kinb

toottte

eingefte^en,
ba^

rief: "3lber

ber

er

^aiferl^at\a

fei. $Rur ein 130


einfditig
gar

nid^tgan!''

lad^teanfangg iiber bie "infalt beg ^inbe", aber


bie

^aifer liefe

Setriigerlegten il^m bie unftc^tbaren

^enftern,33aI!onen, unb
3DlanteI!

3)cr

ftimmteni2o

bie

3^9 f^l*^W

ber

atte

feineg
Slntoefenbenriil^mtenbie "errlid^feit

betrad^tete. SlHe

fid^iiber bie ^Prad^t.

hjunberten

unb

ift eben bie

balb

3Dlan

fanb bod^

fonnte,unb fc^rie
bagfelbe
SKenge, bag eg*' nid^tUnred^t\:jahtxi

\^m nad^. 2)er ^aifer aber

fein^offtaatmeinten,fiebiirften

unb

unb
betriigenIaf[en,"
nid^t jeigen,bafe fie ftc^ l^dtten
unb
emftl^afttoeiter,

bie

Kammer^erren

fd^ritten
135

trugen bie unfid^tbare

nad^ h)ie t)or**mit forgfamen "dnben, obgleid^ftenid^tg


"d^Iej3})e
barin

l^atten.
Slnberfen.

Slingg urn

ben

(Sarten

jog

fid)eine "edte t)on "afelbiifd^en


;

berfelbeniDar 3=elbunb
aufeerl^alb
aber

mitten

in bem

(Sarten

mit Sii^en unb


ffiiefe

"deafen,

SWofenftodE
ftanb ein blii^enber
; unter

*
biefem fafeeine "c^nedEe,bie ^atte t)ieleg in fid^,fiel^atteftd^

felbft.

I08

GERMAN

READER

[Part

IV.

wSBarle

bi^ meine

nur

^z\ifommt

!''fagtefie,
"\i^hjcrbe

me^r

al^ SRofcnanfei^en,
au"rid^tcn,
3luffe
tragen ober 3RtId^gebcn,toic

^ii^eunb "d^afc!''
"3^
10

ertoarte

id^fragcn:

fc^rbiel

toon

!" fagtcbcr SRofenftocI.


il^r
,,2)arf

toirb e"' jum

toann

fommen
Sorfd^ein

//3^ laffcmir ^t\i!" fagtcbic "d^necfe. ,,"te l^abennun


6tle ! 3)ag' fj)annt
!''
bie grtoartungennid^t
fold^e

3nt barauffolgenben^a\^xzlag bic "d^nedfeungcfdl^r


auf
felben"tcttc

"onnenfd^einuntcr

tm

bem

ber toicber
SlofenftodE,

immer
i5^nog))entrieb unb 9iofcn entfaltete,
bie

Unb

jog

neue.

fiehjiebercin.

"2lIIe^ftelfit
a\x% h)ie im

ijorigen
Sa^re!

ber SlofenftodE
bleibt bei
fd^ritt;*
20

imnter
frifd^e,

bie
intent
ftrcdfte
"aufe l^erau^,

"d^ncdfe!rod^l^albau"

5ii][;I][;6rner
au", unb

bcr-

ben

"at

feinen

^ort^

Slofen,hjciter fommt

er

!"
nid^t

3)er "ommer,
unb

ber

ber SRofenftod
"erbft berftrid^,
trug 9Jofen

ber

bi"
"d^nee fiel,

^no"))enbi^

tourbe ; ber

ba" SBetter

raul^unb na^

SRofenftodf
beugtefid^jur @rbe, bie ^ijmit

frod^in

bie (Srbe.
25

"g.begann ein
bie

"d^netfefam

neuc"

jum

3^^^

"

^^^ SRofen famen

jum

SSorfd^ein,

SBorfd^ein.

!" fagte bie "d^nedfe. ,,"ie


""ie fmb je^tein alter SRofenftodE

"ie l^abenber SBelt


miiffenmad;en, ba^ "ic balb eingelfien/
atte"

Ijdbtxi
gegeben,\oa^ fiein fid^gelfiabt
; ob

3oh)ar, ba^

e" toon

Selang

iftcine S^rage,iiOer bie* nad^jubenfenid^ feinc 3^^*

Ifiabe;
fo toiciiftaber liar
gef;abt

unb

bcutlid^,
bafe"ie nid^tbag

l^aben,fonfthjare
"eringftefiir
getlfian
^IjXtinnere (Snthjidflung
too^Iettuag
bag
35

_i

anbereg

ijeranttDorten?

"todf

au"

Konnen
S^nen ^ertjorgegangen."^

"ie

tuerben

je^t balb

"ic, k^ag \d)fage?"


fein. SSegreifen

ganj

unb

gar

"ie
nur

no

GERMAN

[Part

READER

IV.

felftaubeSliiffe
tragcn, bic ^ii^e unb

"d^afe 3KiId^ gcbcn, bie

ba"
^aben jebcgil^r^ublifum, id^][;abc

mcinc

unb
l^inein,
ge^e in mid^ fclbft

bort bicibe

in mir

!
felbft
3^

ic^. 2)ic SBclt gcl^tmic^i

nid^t^an!"
bamit

Unb

70

bcgab bie "d^nedEcfid^in il^r


"au^

unb
l^inein,

bcr-

littcteba^felbc.

"3)a" iftred^ttraurig!" fagte ber Slofcnftodf."3^


id^ ntufeimmcr
beftcnSBillen nid^tl^iheinfried^en,

bcm

SRofcn augfd^Iagcn. S)ic entblattern

immer
75

toic eine Slofein


3)od^id^fal^,

aSinbe !

nun

ba"

ein

Sufen eine^ jungen fd^5nen5Kdbd^eng,unb

eine

eine^ ^inbe"
"ij)J)en

"
fo tool^I

mein

bag

ein

hjar

in

2)ag

toal^rer
"egen.

im
t^ertocl^en

gar,

ber

"au^5

^Idi^d^enan

bem

t)on
gefiifet

hjarb

leben^frol^er
greube.

wiit

"
l^erau^,

"cfangbud^

frau gelegttpurbe,eine meiner Slofen bcfam

ben

80

J^""

S)ag

mir
tl^at

iftmeine grinnerung,

Seben !''

Unb

in Unfd^ulb,unb
9iofenftoibliil^te

ber

bie

"d^nedfelag unb

faulenjtein \\ixzm^a\x\t. 3)ie SBelt ging fienid^tSan.


^aifxtberftrid^en.

Unb

"d^neie tuar

2)ie

85 ber @rbe ;
"

Dh
90

bie SBelt

"

"

"ie

"

im

toir bie
hjirb

"arten

toar
6rbe in
SRofenftodE

"efangbud^e toar

bem

bliil^ten
neue

t)ers

im "arten
SRofenftodEe,

"d^nedfen; fiefrod^enin il^re


"dufer l^inein,
fj)udtcn

hjud^fenneue
a\x^f

in ber "rbe, ber

a\xi}bie 6rinnerung"rofein

aber

toelft,

6rbe

"

ging ftenid^tgan.

"efd^id^tehjieber

bon

borne

gu

lefenanfangen ?

bod^nid^tanberg.
Vnberfen.

79.

Warum

die

Sonntagsstille lag
Berghalde

nicht

Grossmutter

zerstreuten^

auf

Flur
Hiitten

und

schreiben

Wald,
waren

wie

und

kann.

die

an

der

ausgestorben.

Hier

da

und

lag

summende

dem

Aus

Dorf
der

Brummen

fallender

Kreischen

sass

make

auf

fernen

Zeit**

lang

die

wie

ira

das

tiefe

Gerausch

Kegeljungen,

10

Vor

dem

am

Saum

des

auf

der

Steinbank

Knabe

Zuweilen

auf

er

that

er

Schieferstift

die

Waldes
und
*

Knieen

welchem

wie

kleine

wohl

einen

sich
bunte

15

hielt,

der

verhasste

seine

Punkte,

Seufzer

miissigin

letzten

sehnsuchtig nach

er

hiniiber, auf

Dann

den

Wickte

anzuschauen*

den

Dime.

verloren

Pflichtgefiihlmahnte,

das

der

schliessen.

das
des

Ruf

allenthalben.*

Dorfanger

tummelten.

eine

ward

der

die
Schiefertafel,*

Spielkameraden,
herum

dazwischen

'

Buchstaben.

buckelige
dem

und

krauskopfiger

die

that

lustiges Gefiedel,

geangstigten

Hauser,
ein

eine

Friedenstorerin, urn

Lider

und

ihm

Dann

zu

Sonnenbrand

kleinen

der

der

Jauchzer eines iibermiitigenBurschen, oder

einer

Gluhender

wenn*

wieder

vernehmbar,

der

auch

lagen,

klang

schlafrigerHund,

zusetzte.

miiden

Bassgeige ;

Kegel

zuweilen

das

die

Augenblick

nachsten

ein

nach

Schnapp

einen

1 1 1

unterbrach,

allzusehr

Fliege

Gepeinigte

Thtir

einer

vor

Mittagsruhe

seine

dann

nur

der

BEGINNERS.

POR

79.]

und

hielt

bis

Hand,
Arbeit

20

ihn

wieder

aufzunehmen.

Jetzt

trat

blickte

"Du

armer

heut'

am

Der

einem

"Was

BubV*

Tag des
Geliebkoste*

dem

aus

Sie

beugte

zu

heutzutage

ein
der

'

Grossmutter

alles*

strich

die
keine

Jammermaul

von

den

war

die

Schulter*

25

Schreibenden.

und

iiber

Das

fiber seine

des

sie ihm

lasien

machte

sich

sie

Enkel

Herrn

Hause.

Gekritzel

das

murmelte

dem

klaglichen Blick
man

Frau

mitleidigauf

Hand

knochernen

alte

Knaben.

des

Grossmutter

und

eine

mit

Haare.*

ihrer

"Sogar

Ruhe."
und

schaute

mit 30

empor.
Kindern

verlangt !"

GERMAN'

112

und

sprach die Alte wieder


die Steinbank.
35 bin

doch

mit

Bauersleuten

das

nicht

gegeben

dann

wie

fragte nach

?"

und

hatten

was

dass"

der

50

nicht

und

Der

Junge

ich

und

Mann
die

Brot

hab'

ist einmal

Wie

60

Gott

Mutter,

meine
recht

Nacht

die also

ist ihr denn

sie

aus

"

hinein

und
ihr

!"

Die

sah

Streu

Elend

so

miissen, und

Ziege

recht

holen

ich

es

^"

worden.

ihr und

ihrem

friih bis in

von

ihr

kaum
Mutter
woUen.

auf's

meiner

gekonnt,

gerettet

meine

schwer

aber

nicht

Sie haben

fiir die

ich

erwartungsvoU

verdanke

Gefahr

ist

ein

besonderen

begann

hat*s"auch

Tages

Freude
war

Dass

einen

ein,

Geschichte."

kann, das

grosser

schaffen

helle

O, das

noch

erzahlen

zu

Gebote

Kindern

giebt.

hat

Schul-

zehn

den

er

auf, und

gegangen.

Eines
hat

"Einen

geheiratet hat, da ist

kiimmerlich

Schulmeister

wissbegierigeEnkel.

mehr

selig,"die

dadurch
Mutter

verdient.

gegangen

keinen

schreiben

nicht

keine

sein."

gerade

Mund

sich

jichtete

Grossmutter.

merkwiirdige

den

sperrte

die Grossmutter,

"Dass
55

sehr

noch

der

gelernt habe, das

ist eine

"

tiefe Stille ein.

waret,

fiinf

er

und

katechisierte,seine

er

Ihr

Engelslippen.

braucht, blaute

heutzutage

es

schreiben

Grund

auf

"

wie

Mann

uns

fragte er.

fiir einen

was

noch

Hess

sonst

eine

die

Pfarrer,wenn'*

hatte, aber

habe

soil"

Wozu

Wtirde,

Weile

einer

wir, und
sonst"

man

und

gekommen

von

?"

mit

trat

"Ei, freilich," erwiderte


45 meister

Gesang

ihr klein

wie

damals,

Hat^s
"

auf

?*'

Jungen

Und

Knaben*

schreiben, und

noch

Leben

schreiben, Grossmutter

gerade auf."

den

Kindeskinder.

sagte die alte Frau

"Nein,"

40

neben

lesen

das

und

Gezeug

dem

klang

konnt

durch

Kinder

wohlgeratene

Das

"

Ehren

weder

IV.

[Part

sich

setzte

kann

"Ich

READER

Herz

tagliches
ins
Und

Holz

da

gefalien,*'

FOR

79.]

sie hat

und

"

dass

sich

einen

es

Plotzlich

gar

klagt,so

lacht

will dich

reich
zieht

reicht

und

gegeben

fremden

Hut

wie

dein

miissen.
"

hat

war

65

eine

er

gefragt,warum

sie

Lebtag

Buch

ihm

ihre

auch

,Da

schreib'

einen

ich

denen

nicht

'*

Not

hast.*

genug

der

aus

und

Herm
^

Schreibens

des

sie aber

"

Mutter

Tasche

und

Stift hat
"

dich

70

ihr

er

hinein

es

geholfen habe.*

hocherfreut

Mutter

des

um
ergriffen,

geweint,

ihr, der

vor

dem

meine

kleines, rotes

drinnen,

-meine

auf

du

dass

gesagt

viele

Herr

thut, und

Mutter,

hat

schon
hat

Da

ein

er

erbarmen

und

spricht: ,Dir soil geholfen werden,*' ich

machen,

meiner

es

stehen

und

er

hatte

Erde

hat

erbarmlich

so

gesetzt

Jager, und
Der

U^

nieder

stattlicher

ein

gehabt.

sie denn

Boden

in der

ein

wie

Hahnenfeder

den

Stein

steht

angezogen

Darauf

auf

BEGINNERS,

schnell

Begehren
kundig

Buch

Stift 75

erfiillen.

zu

sie ein

hat

war,

und

Weil

Kreuz

gemacht.
Und

dass

geworden,
hat, und
ist der

dann

abscheulich

klar

sie

ist

fremde

geworden,

hat

lange

Asche

zu

Schwefel

dass

der

Hals

in ihrer Hand
Schrei

vergangen.
und

gerochen.
hinunter

Rticken

dem

Zeit

einem

verschwunden,
^

nach

Gottseibeiuns.'^
es

es

Buch

das
mit

es

Mann

eiskalt

Mutter

einmal

ist auf

da

fremde

tiber

Herr

Kopf

gebraucht,

"

von

geworfen

sie

aufschaut,

Wie

die

ganze

Da

ist

zu

Luft
'"

es

und

andrer

ist sie heim

bis sie wieder

sich

80

gelaufen,
kein

gluhheiss

es

war

hat

meiner
ist ihr
als der 85

gelaufen, und
sich

gekommen

ist.
Dass
ein

schreiben

gemalt, das

Kreuz

gerettet,
dass

sie nicht

und

keines

darum

ihrer

gekonnt,*' und

hat

ihre Seele

hat

sie auch

Kinder

schreiben

von

streng

in das

Teufelsbuch

ewiger Verdammnis
darauf*

gelernt hat.

gehalten,
Und

wenn's

90

GERMAN

14

nach

ginge,"

mir

jetztanders

die

sprach

So

95

Seufzer

dammerte

in ihm

in der

der

einem

an

hatte

icomeister

seine

auf, dass

schwere

ein

er

Sankt

Am

*'

waren

Zelttiicher

muthe

Jager lagen

tigliefen
5 Becher

der

Herr

nach

Nasen

loschwarzter

der

und

einem

das

15 erzahlten

frohliches
Da

Kessel

auch

war

hier

sich Schwanke
Gelachter

klang

eine

Glocke

Fall.

Feuer

die

ein

schiirten

ge-

Die

die

Glut,

Jagerrecht.

allezeit laut und

es

Die

kraftigerFleischdunst

ihr

geht

Wild.

wandten

prasselndem

brodelte, war

stieg auf

zechten, wie

und

Leinen

Treiber

und

Hur-

fiillten die

erlegte'

welchem

der

frohge-

Mahl.

Herren

Jager und

Mahl

solchen

und

andern, und
die

ihren
iiber

aus

Felswand

pflegen.

an

hing,

Dienende

in dem

was

zum

Stelle, wo

Kessel

emporstieg.

einem

zerrten

Baumbach.

reichlichen

gestreckt lag das

Tannenreisig

fieckigen Bracken

beim

thun

zu

Schul-

Gemeindewald

gespannt,

Moos

Firnewein,* und

kiihlem

Waidgesellen

Auf

Bei

von

Schiefer-

gekronten

Baum

zu

dem

auf

die Knechte

mit

ermattete

und

Baum

von

Es

Wunder.'
Tannen

von

mit,

seine

im

alten

Menge."

Hubert!

steilen

einer

Fusse

geht

Jahrhundert

Rudolf

SO.

es

guten,

seufzte

Aber

und

Eigenheiten,

IV.

aber

der

liebsten

am

[Part

Zeit."

Enkel

zerschlagen.

die

nicht;

schickte

der

hatte

er

Haselstauden

wuchsen

und

Gedanke

Feldstein

auch

guten, alten

und

nach,

gcboren sei, und

spat

tafel

du's

Grossmutter

Zeit einen

zu

diirftest

so

wie

her

READER

Herren

wie

lustigzu,*
die

Diener

unglaubliche Jagdabenteuer, und


zu

durch

den
den

Wipfeln der Tannen.


Forst, und

das

Lachen

So.]

FOR

Herren

verstummte.

ehrten

als brave

wandten

sie

und

und

1 1

Knechte

Jagersleute

entblossten

den

Herm

sich, gestarkt dutch

das

Walder.

der

das

und

Haupt

Dann

Gebet, wieder

Speis

zu

sprach der

Gaste, dass
baut

hat,

mit

eine

besten*^

Jagdherr

einer

es

seltsame

!"

die iiber

euch

von

sollt ihr
Mein

fort.

erst

er-

ist da-

Es

ich

der

euch

Graf

schaut

25

zum

Warn

in

hub

der

die meisten

heisst,das

so

er

an

zu

empor

heisst,wie

Fels

Kapelle

seinem

'

Einstraals

Schlosse

iibermannte
das

und

Wohl

dann, als

fuhr

Ross

der

Mahre

mein

Ahn

in

Der

ohne
bis
aus

die

seinen

kehrte

Tag

Ziigel ent-

Der

FUhrung

an

den

seinem

grausige

heiss,

war

mit

Rand

dieser

Schlummer,
hinunter

Tiefe

40

Todesnot

in der

Stossgebet^"
vom

Von

wurde

der

So

rief

er

zu

erhort, und

Zeit

erzahlte

einem
Fiillung

an

ging mein

Graf, und

Jager.

heiligen Jungfrau.

auf

dem

Ahnherr

seiner wunderbaren
der

der

sanftlich,wie

gleitet,
langte er

Baum

Gedenken

zum

35

dem

ging.
Da

2P

Schlaf.

trabte

bereits

er

zuriick.

ihn

gelangte die

So

in

gestiftethat, war

Hand,

f elsenwand.
aber

und

Der

Kapelle

wollt.'*

Jager, und

Augen

Teufelskerl

ein

nach

glittseiner

die

der

Ahnherr,

unversehens

Reiter

die

und

jetzt erfahren.

Ross

und

riefen

wissen, der Grafenstein.

jungen Jahren
zu

die

verkniipft,die

hangt.

uns

Freunde

erklang

ihr sie horen

eure

der

war,

die Glocke

Geschichte

"Zuv6rderst erhebt
Wand,

Ahnen

soeben

geben will,dafern

ihr,liebe

"Wisst

meiner

welcher

von

"Erzahlt, erzahlt

das

20

Trank.

Da

er

BEGINNERS.

ein welkes

sicheren
in

Boden

sich," und

Sein

Blatt,
an.

stiftete

Rettung die Waldkapelle." 45

reichte

den

Becher

zu

frischer

u6

"

Das

gethan

und

war,
durfte

SoDarum

ist in

also

"Ich

ein

Bursch

Wald

im

Hunde

70

"

keiner

blieb

bald

"

mein

der

75 dert

des

die

alten

aber

anderen

Jagers, der

und

stand

Vater, der

damals

Er

in Diendriiben

wie

war

viel Gutes

er

ihr ein

erwiesen."
und

gnadig

Waldhiiter

mit

trank

ein

meinem

reichte

dem
und

gehorsam

Riiden

ihm

Gesicht."

Dazu

Wald

weiter, dem

Laut

der

vor
'"

wenn

seitdem

rasendem
mir

ich

vergangen

vierundsiebzigJahre

"Weitef,weiter

Lauf

!"

durch
"

ist
alt und

nein,

"

damals

drangten

die

das

mehr

ein
noch
."

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"

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hochseligen Herrn

6oeifrigerWaidmann,

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war

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batten.
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fehlte

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so

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ausserst

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schones

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Geschenke

121

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BEGINNERS,

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oft

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die

; wir

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23

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mussige Wiederholung, iiberhaupt

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der

nur

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einmaP^

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lese

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vergebens

malt

vertraglichist.

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Hauswirth,

dem

alles

immer

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55

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^^

toir bei
Sefriebigung,toeld^e

"ie

40

in

betool^nt
l^atten. 3n

einen "tern

man
griifet

lange ^txi getrennttoar."

toie einen

Sei ben

"}3aniern fd^einennod^ befonbere "riinbe

^Jreunb,

unb
^Portugiefen

biefeg 3^*^^^ffcjw

bermel^ren: ein religiofeg"efiil^Imad^t il^nen ein

"tembilb

t^euer,beffen3^orm i^nen bag 3^'^^^^i"^^ (Slaubeng ing "ebdd^ts


toon i^ren SJoreltern in
niferuft,toeld^eg
45

SBelt
"a
beg

SBiiftenber

neuen

tourbe.
aufgepflanjt
bie beiben"

grofeen"teme,

bie "J)i^e unb


toeld^e

ben

gu|

ungefdl^rbie
ndmlid^e gerabe 2luffteigung"
Kreujeg bejeid^nen,

l^aben,fo m\x^
5UJeribian
50 aEe

ben

bag

"tembilb

in bem

too
3lugenbIidE,

eg

burd^ ben

fenfred^t
beinal^e
ftel^en.3)iefenUmftanb iennen
gel^t,

beg SBenbefreifeg"
ober in
toeld^e
355lfer,
jenfeitg

"emif}3^dretoo^nen. 3Jlan l^atbeobad^tet,


um

ber

fiiblid^en

toeld^e^txi in

ber

bag Kreuj im "iiben gerabe


^a^regjeiten,
Slad^t,in berfd^iebenen

ober

geneigtift. (Sg"ift bieg eine Ul^r,toeld^ejiemlic^


regels

md^ig, nal^eju um

bier 3Jlinuten"

tdglid^,borriidt,unb

fein

84"85]

FOR

"tembilb

anbere"

BEGINNERS.

bei bem
bictet,

eine fo leid^t
blofeenSlnblicf,
55

"

anjufteHenbe Seobad^tung ber j^eitbar."


ben "abanen
gima

bon

SSenejuelaobcr

SBie

in ber

toir in
oft Ij^drten

SQSiifte,
toelc^e
fid^toon

unfem SBegtoeifer
nad^ 2^eujtttoerftredEt,
fagen : r,3Witters

nad^t iftborbei, bad

ilreujfdngt an

l^abenbiefeSQSorte und

bie

fleruf
en,
ber

^aul

too

unb

fid^ju neigen." SBie oft

"cene
riil^renbe

fi^enb(v\
SSirginie/'
le^ten SKal

Satanien,'*ftd^jum

60
"ebcid^tni^
guriitfs

\n%

ber Quelle

bed

gluffed

unb
unterl^alten,

"reig, bei bem 2lnbKdt bed i^reujed,


fxe erinnert,bafe

ber

too

3^'^ if*

ed

fd^eiben.

ju

"

Xlesanber

85"

"ie

anbere
unb

ber

3Rinute, unb

"ie

l^atein SBort

"d^atten. "ie

ein

SBort

audfd^oj)ft."ie
"toigleit
toenn
"efa^ren, fd^redElic^

fUr

bad
bobenlofe "efiil^I,

bad

iftftarlin

ber

bed "ebanfend
murmelt
Rnah^

unb

ftnnt;
bie

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'

3flotl^,
gefd^meibig in

"ie

ift bie
unb

bad

"oils

treue

@rbe, Suft unb


grottt/ toad

bie

unb
S^ag fd^toa^t

bie

3Korgenrotl^griin*

unb

ber

ernfte"errfd^er auf bem

toad

bad

DueEe
3Kabc^en plaubert,bie ftiffe

'

toenn
geifembe "c^Iange J)feift;

ber alte

^6) bin ^c^*


fj)ric^t:

"

ber

Jl^rone

muntere

feinfd^toered
^J^ilofoJ)]^
gd^

3lEed, SWed,

10

golb

\oa^

unb
unb jaud^jt,
^iijjft

fe^t unb

feines

unb
toeid^in il^rem2KitIeibe,
fie jiirnt,

tanbelt,\o(k% ber Idrmenbe

filbem malt, unb

l^unbert*

fleinfteSeburfnife ber

fiirbad

"jjrad^en/ bie "immel

fd^toeigenbe
Jfad^tbriitet;

I b t.

anmutl^ig/fo fd^5n

2Baffer fjjred^en.SSSad ber rottenbe 2)onner


lofenbeSiebe

u m

l^attaufenb garben unb

betoeglid^'ju -jjebem Unterne^men.


jnetfd^erinaHer

beutfd^enmeffen? toeld^e

iftfo reid^unb mad^tig,fo mutl^igunb

fp milb, ate unfere?

o.

betttfd^e ^pta^t*

SQSeld^e"J^rad^e barf fid^mit

unb

27

uberfe^tunb

15

128

GERMAN

erfldrt

fie

fie

ijerftdnblid^,

un"

reid^er

ung

unb

READER.

unb

jcbeS

gefd^miicfter,

ate

[Part

S55ort

anbcttraute

il^r iiberliefert

e"

iiberbringt

toorben.*

Sorne.

leine^"

Dafe
gn
@ie

ben

ju

tueld^e
fiil^nen
bamit"

ift

lebt,

tnit

3)eutfcl^Ianb^

SBettftreit

toage

id^'g

mit

"

lurj,

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titter itraft

eg

fage
"

2ln

mannigfalt^ger

3u

immer

3ft,
3)a

toa"

2^acitu"

(Sefonbert^

toit

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bod^

unb

neuer

felbft
ung

in

jenen

forfd^te,

ungemifd"t

beutfc^er

unb

grauen"

h)aren

nur

SSBenbung

reid^

^cSifXtn,

ftd^"

felber

gleid^.

IV.

PART

V.

LETTERS

PARTLY

IN

GERMAN

("9)

SCRIPT.

V.

PART

LETTERS.

86"

$etbet

fttttbet*

feine

an

91

ben

15.

Ottobev

1788.

Ueben

SKeinc

3l^r l^abtmix
id^jcbem
ic^ balb

^inber

guten

fo biel greube

gemad^t

tinnen, S)ir, bratoer SBil^elm,

Silbern,

fc^onen Sadden

anberen
gu

unb

mir

toiel;er iftein
fennt
unb

aud^

aud^ SRom
^l)x, 3^r*
ettt)ag

erjd^Ien
gar

toirb.

guter 3Jlenfd^'unb

red^t gut

unb

gud^

toerbet

fommt

^at

red^t

unb

@ud^

toieberjufel^cn
; mid^
bleibt,id^ toerliere

an

aber

i^m

id^ toerbe

"ot^e*
betriibt
ben

toirb
e"

unb

fragt ii)n nur

erfreuen;

toirb

er

unb
mitbringen, ba^ ^^r mid^ nid^t toergeffet

2luc^ "err

unb

6r

burd^ftubiert. 3)ic 3Jlutter


i^m

an

3lo=

toiel toon

id; ^abe i^n fel^rlieb.

e^

aui) iperr 3Jlori"* 10

il^n lieb

"abt

"arten

SBeintrauben

toon

l^iertoegreifen unb

toon

be^altet." ^iifeti^n atle,benn


mitgeben.

"mil,

ber

(Sots

italienifd^en

toon

fiui^d^en, toon

fd^reiben. Salb

Qxxd), ber funftige SBod^e

9lom

lieber

3)u

"ir,

unb

trefflic^en"ebauben,

toon

toill

tdmifd^en

toon

fd^onen "5ttern

toon

2)ir, liebe^

Deafen, ^ii^en, Sdumen,


^bfd^en

bicfe "d^ulb

unb

fernfefter2lbelbert,

S)ir, 3)u

anberen,

Sriefen, bajs

6urcn

5)ir, lieber "ottfrieb, toill id^

abtragen.

unb

mit

@ud^ mel^rere^ fd^ulbig bin,

toon

Slltertumcrn, "ir, lieber Sluguft,

tunba

i^m

einen

Ku$

grofee greube

red^t fel^r,ba^

beften 3Kenfd^en.

(Sud^ 15

mid^ lieb
an

@uc^

l^aben, i^n
er

nid^t l^ier
20

132

frcute",
5JRici^

liebe

GERMAN

[Part

READER

V.

Sinber, bafe 3^^ f^ P^ifeiQ/


gel^orfamunb

artigfeib. 3)ir banfe id^,liebcr "ottfrieb,bafe 95u "ici^meincr


'
Sibliotl^ef
foannimmft

unb

mir

c fd^rcibft,
fo artige33rief
fo aud^

unb 95ir, guter SBilJ^cIm,


3)ir,Keber 2luguft,
a\xi^be"n)egen,bafe
25

3)icl^
"err ilraufciibcr 3)einc 3"ic^nunggelobtl^at. 5!Jlicl^
fd^merjt
lann
ie|tade 3lugenbltde^
ba^ id^ntc^tjeid^nen

e^

bcr jtoar "ebanlen

ein "tummcr,

t)ermag.

id^ bin

bat, fieaber nid^tau^jubriitfen

3)arum, liebc Kinber, lemet

unb
j^iibfd^
jcid^nen,

aud^ in ben "prad^en fleifeig.


2lud^ fd^abete*eg
30

Xotxm
"ottfrieb,

3)u

2)u 95ein

toieber anfingeft,
bamit
^labierfpielen

95einem

3JlaIer ift,au"
berg,ber ein bortrefflid^er
toerben

nid^tmitgebrad^t
l^abe. 3lber
35

eg

iftnod^ ju frul^
; 3)u mu^t aud^

eg

bag

"ried^ifd^e
angefangen ^abt; feib nur

iffbie fd^onfte
"J)rad^eauf "rben.

infonberl^eit
freue id^ mid^ uber

3)u

bag

2)einem

neuen

gar

"93efie^Ibu

beine

Siebe

fi"9^

"3^

fd^5negSieb.

3n

lieber "mil, moct)teid^ 3)id^gern


93iberfleibd^en,

fe^en,aber id^lomme
trage eg gefunb,"S)u
45 S)eine

rec^tfteifeig
;

mid^ fmb fel^rl^iibf


d^;

Sieb

"erj unb 3Jlunb" lernen,eg iftein

iftgut,

Sieber,
lemftl^iibfd^e

einigeSSerfeOi\x^ bem
SOBege
;" 95u mu^t Ck\xi^
bir mit

toenn
erft"toieber,

3)u eg

unb
guteg ^iingelc^en,

nid^tmel^r
trdgft;

bel^alte
mid^ lieb;"

Sriefd^enerfreuenmid^ fel^r
; 3)u biftein berftdnbigeg

Siibd^enunb

ber Heine

"ottfriebaud^.
lieben guten fiinber:

'^MXi,lebt JdoI^I,
3^^ meine
3(belbert unb
2luguft,SBill^elm,
fleiner "mil, ber 2)u"
50

93riefeDorian,

toollteft,
fagteer,tt"arum id^3)id^

unb 3)eine 93Idttd^en"an


liebegSuigd^en,

40

"errn SReb*

@g
erftanbere 2)ingelernen,el^e3)u nad^ 3^^'i^"reifeft.

ba^ S^r

feib

nid^t,lieber

lernteft.2lfe id^ bem


red^tmit Slu^brudf fj)ielen

95urer*
ba^ 3)u 3llbred^t

\o\t

gern

an

"ottfrieb,

2)u, liebeg Suigd^en,unb

SDu,

mid^ fd^reibft
; lebt atte .h)O^Iunb

2ebt \ot"ijl,
!
artig,bergniigtunb gel^orfamunb flei^ig
feib^iibfc^

Sfjr Sieben I

34

READER

GERMAN

V.

[Part

Scfftttdatt (f tin ftdttid*

88"

SBolfcnbiittcl,

27. 3uni

ben

1772.

3Keine Stebe !

^reilid^l^atteic^ ^v.^x\.ofter fd^reibenfotten,unb


ate id^e^ tl^unto
Sl^nen fo oftgefd^rieben
l^dtte,

tocnn

idl

n/ fo ^dtte

id^3^^^" ^wd^ toirflid;


oftgefd^rteben. 3Iber id^toeifefelbft
fel^r
nid^t,irag balb biefenbalb

\\\ bem

jenen ^Pofttag/ thzn

tooHte
ba ic^mid^ l^infe^en
blidfe,

Slugen^

mtd^ leiber
ju' fd^reiben,

baran

tniiffen.*
DerJ^inbern
bleiben laffen,
unb mid^ burd^
toitiic^eg* aber tool^I
^n^fiinftige

fold^eun"

nid^tg angeJ^enbc"*
2)inge

meine
iual^rlid^,

loSriefc brincjen!* 95cnn


ber

i)on

urn

bag

Siebe, "ie

nid^t ber g^reube bei, bie tnir


fiebod^ fid^erlic^

i)on
^i^reSriefe t)erurfad^en.2Ber l^iernad^ft

meiften aufgemuntert
"ie

gro^e ^rage.
(Snbe "ie
aber

i|tam

nod^ eine

toare

l^abenbod^ toeiter nid^tg al" "orgen,

abfel^enlonnen/ auf eine

meine

Seiben

un"

bag
n5tig l^at,

n?erben'

ju

ifti^t nid^t felten

Dertraume

bag

2^age mebr

ganje

ober

bie anbere

Seben

fo efel

fo elel !

"

ju

beren

SQSeife.3Jiir

ba^" id^ fie berlebe.

aU

Slrbeit,bie mic^ abmattet, ol^nemid^


l^altenbe

(Sine

%"k,
an^

bergnCigen ; ein

ber mir burc^ben gdnjlid^en


5KangeI alleg Umgangeg
Slufent^alt,"

20

(benn

"

ben

toelc^enid^ l^abenfonnte, ben"

llmgang,
"

liebe "inerlei"

"

bag

oSii^ finb 95inge, bie einen

"influ^ auf meine "eele

unb

toon

ba^ ic^nid^th?ei^,ob id^Iranf


ber
unb

mac^t mir

ein

ber^*

ober

auf meinen

gefunb bin.

6omj)Iimenttoegen

meineg

ic^moc^te biefeg6omj)Iiment lieber immer

beantloorten,

mag

unertrdglid^toirb ; eine Slugfid^tin bag

nic^tl^abcn)

25

tnir

mogcn

^reube, bic ^x^^x^,bie meinigen tnad^en,fagen, toag "ie

toollen,fo fommt'

IS

SSergniigcn3^^^^

3)enn loag

ic^

eloige,

fo nad^teiligen
Korjjerl^aben,
2Ber

mid^ fiel^t,

gefunben 2lugfel^eng,
mit

einer

Dl^rfeige

l^ilft
eg, ba" \ii nod;" fo gefunb aug"

88"89.]

FOR

135

BEGINNERS.

ctne^ gefunbenSJlenfd^en
id^mid^ ^u alien SSerrid^tungen

toenn
fel^e,

?
ful^Ie
unfdl^ig
2lber toag
ber

30

"ie

Ilageid^^xi^xi t)or?

al"
l^alten,
fiir^^jj)od^onbrifd^

Ue*
toirflid^

miiffenmij

ben SSBortcn
x\.Oii:i

allied fo gen^u

unb
nel^men. SBenigften^bin id^ nod^ bariiber fel^rem^jfinbUd^

erfreuet,"
ba^ "ie, meine Siebe, fid^tool^Ibefinbenunb
^offnung l^aben,in ^x^n

befte

Slngelegenl^eiten
gliidflid^
gu fein

meine Siebe.
red^ttool^I,

"ie

Seben

bie

fein,unb"
l^erjig
genug getoefen

3Jl5d^ten""ie bod^ barm*

mid^ gefd^rieben
^aben,nod^el^e

an

bief
er Srief in ^l^re"anbe lommt

35

3d^ bin mit ganger "eele

auf immer

S^i^ifl^/

ber

2.

89.

Schiller

Korner.

an

RuDOLSTADT,

wie

beinahe

herunter, die

so.

ist
Sein

stimmte
mir

man

Figur beigebracht
Er

Gesicht

ist

wollendes

und

auszusehen,
kann.

vielem

Bei

Seine

seiner
die

habe

Ich

wartest.

Du,

vergangenen*

Gesellschaft

hohe

1788.

worauf

erzahlen,

zugebracht.
ziemlich

Meinung

anziehenden

und

tief

schonen

Crosse,* tragt sich steif und


verschlossen, aber

er

Stimme

man

Ernste
Er

Gutes.

als

September

hatte.

drucksvoU, lebhaft, und


Blicke.

dieser

von

mittlerer

von

in

ganz

Anblick

erster

von

weiss, sehr begierig

ich

Sonntag
Sein

Dir

ich

kann

Endlich

12.

meiner

hangt
hat

mit

seine

Berechnung

und

doch

an

auch
aus-

seinem

viel Wohl-

schien

nach*

angenehm,

sehr

Auge

Vergniigen

Miene

ist brunett'

ist iiberaus

sein

geht

mir

wirklich

seine

10

aher
sein

Erzahlung
"J

fliessend, geistvoU und

belebt.

Man

hort

ihn

mit

iiberaus

-"
J

36

15

diesmal

20

gross,

dass

gern

erzahlt

mir

spricht

Er

Italien;"

von

die

diesem

von

anderes

etwas

Erinnerungen

hat, gab

Gesellschaft

konnen.'

und

treffendste

Lande

"

dieser

meine,

ich

den/"

und

zu

ihm

durchlebt.

mir
und

diesen

und

sein

angelegt
wesentlich
solchen
Zeit

wird

ist
und

als das

Wesen

Zusammenkunft
das

Weitere

einander

hoffen
mir^^

mehr

ist

meinige,

verschieden.

nicht

schon

unsere

Indessen
nicht
lehren.

nah

(an

Jahren

riicken

Epoche

bei

als

weit

voraus,

her^*

Vorstellungsarten

sicher

und

an

werden;

Anfang

schliesst

wer-

ich

zusammenkommen
von

was

weniger
so

nach

worden

ist,

seine

Ira

ihm,

von

interessant
hat

mit-

einfallen.

vermindert

je sehr

habe,

""

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Idee

grosse

Selbstentwickelung)

nie

unterweges
ganzes

That

"

gelegentlich

erst

jetzt noch
zu

Er

Lebenserfahrungen
wir

wir

was

wiinschen

noch

der

"

seiner

aus

Bekanntschaft

zweifle, ob

Vieles,

dass

mir

in

personlichen

aber

"

mehreres

wird

es

ist

Ganzen

noch

Dir

wollte

teilen, aber

40

sprechen

und

eifersiichtig,als

zu

sein, oder

""""""

Ich

35

ihm

gemacht

Menschen.
"

30

'

und

die

war

Umgang

gern

er

bald

war

hatte

Vorstellung

gegenwartigste
25

mit

spricht

war,

freilich

"

seinen
ihm

mit

davon

mir

er

was

leidenschaftlichen

mit

und

auf

Dinge

allgemeine

als

Zwang

allein

viel

ich

Fall

ches
ist, wel-

Humor

gutem

Bekanntschaft

alles"

und

bei

er

der

Unsere

mindesten

den

ohne

wenn

V.

[Part

READER

ziemlich*

so

Interesse.

zu

und

Vergniigen;

vielem

mit

GERMAN

sich's^^

anders
scheinen

aus

griindlich.

einer
Die
S.

90.]

FOR

90.

BEGINNERS,

Schiller

Hochwohlgeborner^

enthalt

granzt hochschatzenden
die

Rede*
und

Rang

Wert

durch

Beitritt

wir

in

Hier

denselben

uns

da,

eingeholt

eines

Zeiten

zu

Beurteilung vorgelegt

zur

ist,dessen^"

Anteil
mehr

wird

gen,

dessen

Beifall

voU

verharre

ich

der

Wert

Euer

Sie

fiir den

mit

der

Juni

X794.

wel-

10

eines

Sie

alle einlauAusschusses

engeren

Ew/

erlauben

Je grosser

wollten, dass

ist.

und

diirfte*

naher

der

wiirdigen,desto

demjenigen

wichtigste"

15

Hochwohlgeboren

Unternehmung
bei

und

vereinigt,und

Publikum

20

stei-

Hochachtungs-

Diener

und

aufrichtigerVerehrer,
Fr.

13.

unter

iiber

gemass,

werden.

unsre

Bereit-

Hochwohlgeboren

gehorsamster

Jbna,

glticklichen

grosster

Zeitschrift

wiirden

derselben
uns

Unternehmung

eingesandten Manuscripte

der

Der

Fichte, Woltmann

einer

verpflichten,wenn

unendlich

Ihnen

H.H.'

die

so

der

wollen.

Urteile

soUen,

werden

kann.

Bedingungen,

Einrichtung
die

Manuscripte

fenden

uns

sich

notwendigen

einer

diese

alien

uns

sein

uns

sein, und

Herausgabe

zur

unbe-

beehren, iiber deren

zu

unter

zusagen

Jena haben

Humboldt

von

einer, Sie

unterstiitzen, wird

zu

willigkeitunterwerfen
Sie

Stimme

entscheidend

Erfolg derselben

Rat

Wunsch

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TO

NOTES

Remark.
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or

irregular

text,

to

or

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in

given

not

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type

preceding

notes.

facilitate

to

present,

forms

in

are

the

the

For

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11.

and

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are

omitted.

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Notes

will

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found

be

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in

the

Vocabulary.

References

italics.

grammatical

numbers

to

are

planations
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in

21.
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1.

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verb

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of

out

transposed

why

my

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to

occurs

the

you

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verb

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subj.

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clause:

following

3.

do

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7.

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11.

gel^t

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9.

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thou

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adj.

as

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go.

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insisted

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part,

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be.

you

of

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thinking

you

2.

other.

inadmissible.

what

"

each

"

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5.

way.

untranslated.

left

dative

reciprocal,

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10.

case?

nouns;

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Subj.
"

cond.

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21,

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what

filr

phrase
of

be

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gern,

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2.

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fact.

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mein

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6.

dead.

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with

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in German

examples

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the

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23.
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privative

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8.

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id^

21,

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4,

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10.

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/, for

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words

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and

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How

8.

Will
for

The

changes?

be

separation

shoulders

o\ii

of

it

to

right

relative

for

Subject
}

idiomatic
"

fur,

tooA

be

pare
com-

"

and

"

the

singular ;

i. e., tries

to

please

go.

S3ater,vcit^cn,gug, Iauf*en,britt"er,

adjectives, Dorber, ftinter?

5Baiiber"mann, SBaumpfol)t"difference

of

there

"

sing, below.

7.

^note

"

2d

easier

"

known

make

English cognates

"

the

inversion

familiar

compare

Note

wi/l

"

On

10.

potsess.

Exercises.
what

it not

5.

insep. verb.

as
bnrd^giel^cn

second

plur., and

tagt.

contra"^d,

often

Now

2d

Colloquial

2.

The

compounds,

in formation?

25.
1.
5.

8.

Done

Here

good

hour's

Causative

"

business.

ride
had

"

his

case?
horse

2.

6.

fed"

All

[his). 3.

Idiom

"

atn^

Case?
etc.

ifhy transposed?

4.

why?
7.

cf. 23,

As
5.

Cf.

adv.

9.

"

21,3.
case?

Dat.

"

to

158

[Part

NOTES.

11.

28.
Urn

1.

known

be

not

4.

Dat.,

to

rhyme.

2)a

only repeats

use

of

21,

as

the

The

article

5.

10.

with

an

8.

Note

for

the
9.
here

also

note

11.

places.

of

tt)urbe?

not

"

sake
with

cases

Why

how

pers."

^^ru^e,for

311 "aufe

Cf.

accus.

for

For

6.

gu"ma(^en,

foregoing \then\.
and

3.

26, 7.

Cf.

in

j"4"/, as

demonst.

Emphatic;
the

not
etc.

4,

for

/^

2.

to.

? and

gu, tOy for persons,

Case

on.

order

relative

Idiom"

7.

preps.

l\x, in

Turned

over

}
of

uses

and

prepositions

continue

must

cases

to

receive

special

them.

3.

at'

tention,

29.

Relat.,

1.

Idiom

6.

9.

23,

partitive form

other

What

refers

here

both

transposes

the

to

whole

Comp.
Cf.

4.

Adv.,

7.

more.

preceding

this

in

Compounds

2.

occurred

has

something

"

verbs.

sentence

on

.27,

used

Case?

cf. note

cf.

Condition,

5.

10.

thereupon

when

"

bor

"

for ba ?

piece?
30.

1.

related

How

and

stone

gen.

2.

it.

usual

of

10.

Cf.

Demons,

lad^en?

to

ground

more

"

{do) ?
ben

26, 8.

Cf.

(Sbclfleinand

5.

Cf
.

11.

the

"

25, Rem.

for

Poetic

latter,

transposed

or

7.

8.

in poetry.

or

persons

Case

Infin.
Note

getvorbeu.

Idiom

3.

order?
?

this,

"

6.

the

Took

position of

Note
9.

noun.

4.

Could

difference

you

between

@tein.

uercbcltcn

ben

pers.

Normal

it ?

Why

1.

27,

for

31.
Cf.

1.

tearing, i.
23,
that

6.

Supply
Cf.

English

infin. with

}U

3.

Case?

ravenous,

10.

case.

the
the

e.,

8.

Rem.

2.

I.

23,

do^
25,

order.

would

Supply

Pred.
30,

as

The

usually

should

have

that!

that

the

See

order

same

[themselves] against hurting


do

9.

Note

12.

guard

to

adj. (in)
9, etc.

Rem.

follow.

13.

superl.
7.

As

Subj. cond.,

common.

dependent
also

in

For

Infin.

5.

know

we

mighty

infin.

Part.,
"

see

i. e.,

precedes,

following clause,

Reflex

11.
12.

you.

Adv.

4.

him.

in
versing
re-

where

obj. of l^iitett
: shall

mfigte,subj.condition"/

apposition

with

preceding

NOTES,

31-34]

Cf.

noun.

26,
16.

suffer^etc.
Remark.
understood

; also

these

in

inversion?

Why

Phrase"

Note,

"

auxs.

14.

2.

/r^/w (that)hour

@tunb*

on.

after modal

heretofore,omission

as

Logical

15.

periphrastictranslations

subject"

59

^^//^r

to

for @tunbe.
of

auxs.

(by phrases), in

verb

when

readily
defect

of

consequence

of

English.
32.

1.

InqpenB."

e9 omitted

coii|b,mf

3.

be

to

5.

world?

Yx^^.

Intensive"

7.

25, Rem.

English

again

Note

"

often

had

if you

e.,

to be

case

"

Thereby

the

been,

expressed by

13.

to^

the

of

form

the

in

Rem.

See
9.

That
.

able

by being

infins.?

after both

be

may

of

i. e,,

"

Why

position,trans,

taken

See
sive.
pas-

fam.

pref. to

as

to.

31, 9.
words

such

etc.

known

How

ovXy"how

Emphatic

JU

or

Cf.

etc.

force

the

How

peculiarity

12.

2.

6. However.

that,

subj.

JU, up

4.

to be astonished.

conj .? Why?

or

l^in,l^cr,

of

joy

10.

so.

%\\\

14.

Else"\.

For

might expect

Remark.

do

to

Adverb

We

Why
15.

8.

/"dV^"/.

11.

21,8.

Cf.

force

Note

Cf. 26, 6.

introductory.

k:^)."pretended

Xanjcn,

is, jnm

unless

bw!^, Won,

as

etc. ; in

ja, nur,

only:

tone

33.
1.
much

Mr.

Fox

Note

influence.

3.

Case

5.

Phrase;

case

with

absolute.

with

lommcn

haste

infin.,

to, etc.

lost

your

phrase

7.

6.

had

verbal

how

"

Here

do

6.

27,

idiom

"

remained

verbs

it would

after

our

go

sticking
"

not

dep.

have

been

about

as

infin.

; also

ben

have

you

had

you

with"

over

Note

Idiom,

2Jiad^te

9.

"

for

personal

tonnen
able

would

for

to, etc.

not

have

life.
34.

1.

Phrase

homewards.
word-order.

"

in
4.

6.

olden

Comp.

times

adv."

Probably,

(vor, ago).

2.

fopn?

5.

case

i. e.,

from

his

Accent?

3.

The

is relative.

dress.

sense

7.

Phrase

See

"

32,

to

caught?

got

been

times

8.

Note

^^"

Rem.

2.

to.

23, 9.

hard

up.

^"m

23,

Note

running

came

for

these

on,

compare

Was

"fittet il)r,cond.,

11.

modal

with

"

7.

force.

idiom"

"

fo,see

For

get

you

indirect;

lomnten

Note

Idiom

10.
as

Impers.

^crr

simply quoted.

as

"eltcit

2.

10.

27,

^perf.
part. English present,

"

gelonnt, idiom
12.

21,
if

as

heretofore.

Note

Reflex

4.

as

case,

indicative,

compare

uber,

bafifmade
as

articl% and

note

"

14

"

Note
churchy

l6o

Idiom

8.

stopped" '^'tt,

"

in

omitted"
is

[Part

NOTES,

the

phrase

set

Demons,

order

Part,

In

adj., emphatic" ;/r^/"

that

The

17.

form?

Idiom

inquirer

"

16.

on.

8.

10.

Aux.

der

liebe

Gott

does

{how)

those

diejenigen

infins. should

two

32,

"what

of

sense

time

See

/"5^

noun,

12.

God.

good

Mon(d)tag.

stand.

to

the

11.

14.

13.

me

clauses?

what

Case

9.

10.

33,

Stands

IL

that

(who),

15.

yet

tinues
con-

ever

strictlystand

cern
con-

last

"

in

"

what

respectively?

Remark.

of

freedom

Note

"

word-order, in colloquialstyle

also hereafter.

as

"

35.
Note

1.

and

far

as

one]

[some

Inf. idiom,
where

stop

be

Note

as

12.

2.

for.

See

have

"

21,

3.

as

9.

Phrase

5.

8.

25,

Case,

4.

able

"

2.

22,

See

32,

indef.

do

See

to

so.

15.

"

Cond.

einem,

Case?

etc.

every,

Case?

stopped.

"

See

Phrase

7.

2.

24,

eyes.

Idiom,

of

sense

One's

man.

14.

be

to

cause

order.

j^"/

Colloquial,

11.

seen.

25, 6.

/", as

be.

will

i. e.,

"

would

nom.

Idiom,

be

to

6.

9, etc.

23,

idiom"

Causative

4.

wide.

colloquial

also

gender,

gram,

verted,
in-

8.

Let

11.

10.

ind.

obj.,
13.

32, 9.

Present,

for

fut.,

1. 74.

andere,

36.
1.

other

No

Cf.

have.
he

might

15.

6.

Case?

before

not

you

7.
9.

mind

it

^lit.?

17.

i. e., ended.

printed

as

the

i. e., in

compound

13.
miss
To

nick

of

20.
"

Position,
seek

"

For

it.

Idiom
is

liber's

time.

sein, usually ihm

with

15.

Subj.

indirect

The

22.

with

pres.

kommen,

colloquial for
correct

more

das,

as

for

fut.
as

fiber

24.

14.

das.

of

sense

Impers.,
16.

Did

Cf., 35, 5

"

heretofore.

21.

the

the

if
19.

verb

is

if called,

As

is seifte

If

10.

woUte

"

In

33, 8, where

reading

23, 8, etc.

as

Subj.

he"

"

12.

18.

Cf. 32,
8.

opinion.

Idioms.

prep.

also

his

"

5.

25, Rem.

noun.

so

"

whoever

words.

to

rights

fortunes.

your

adj.

liked

cf. 22, 7.

position, see

etwas,

note

have
one's

preceding,

For

himself" -not^

would

i. e., invade

after, all their dependent

"

"

"

repeats
11.

afraid of (lit.before)

are

"

4.

yourselves

accus.

whom.

can*t

26, 6, etc., you

Try

subj.

one,

anyone.

Emphatic,
of

use

Cond.

to

near

to

werden

with

welchem,

Around

Ihm

and

too

wrong

Why?

that, peculiar

stands

as

Step

do

not

^literally? 2.

"

imperat., lety etc.

With

bei

3.

22, 9.

that

as

property

others

ein.

23.

dont

try

NOTES.

36-37.]

hard.

very

straight

"

related

how
Here

often

15;
of

36.

aus.

than

in

and

piece

Both

English.

subject,and

object becoming

and

i*

schwenken

"

phrase,
35.

10.

32.

//; etc.

^x

Rhyming

note

Fam.

25,

as

force

Note

often

idioms

rendered

by

much

are

more

verb

simple

in

common

impersonal

the

"

omitted.

object being

reflexive

the

See

Phrase

29.

ran.

why

"

33.

27.

he

giessen,

"

reflexive

the

are

subj.

34.

omitted

impersonal

The

"

so

while

"

23, 9, etc.

as

Rem.

31,

denselben

Cond.

translated.

auxiliaries

What

Remark.
German

be

cannot

noun

expect

31.

inversion,

and

omitted,

ob

Infin.

28.

Cf.

26.

etc.

11,

might

We

30.

schwingen?

to

22,

stopping.

without

"

fellow.

smart

"

on

Cf.

25.

Rem.

See

l6i

Note

in

exs.

this

hereafter.

37.

1.

Lit.

^^r^

"

explain

this

indef.

lit.

first, emphasis

the

the

following

expresses

and

hair.

in

5.

8.

deg

you.

as

"

Phrase

this

In

33,

II.

20.

Adj.

19.

dist.

tumbling.

25.

Cf.

36,
"

corresponding
as

17.

the

adv.,

23.

"

thither

as

be

rumbles

and

they

could.
the

tumbles

or

there

is

for

ich

See

babe.

Rem.

24.

18.

See

repeated.
21.

only.

sense

Familiar,

others

thinking,

regularly

obj.
14.

hingestreckt.

by

I
in

use,

Part.

not

kept

"

more

often,

12.

why

and

kOnnen

would

aux.

from

omitted;

35,

intensive,

Rem.
as

press
; ex-

Cf.

frequent

"

well

as

and

both

etc.

hide

"

pron.
7.

somewhat

See

Aux.

Hither
to

please,

feines.

16.

phrase

Rhyming

and

Remark.

is here

"

pers.

"

houst

phrase

of diminutive.

form

phrase

Impers.

Eines.

case,

whole^

"

for

for

Emphatic,

erst

"

the

into

Alliterative

4.

mir

but

politeness,

Familiar
13.

6.
double

2f^^22',

Belongs

such

22.

36, 35.

far

11.

sentence

subj.?

Why

also

for

pers.,

15.

alive.

Note
Cf.

present.

"

also, in

as

3d

language.

pred.

23, Rem.

only just gets

future.

certain

3. Phrase

explain.

he

if

"

Cf.

tone.

9.

einmal
a

fact.

30, 7.
10.

earlier

up.

In

English by
Cf.

7.

frisst

Case?

2.

use.

Cf.
ling
rumb-

Phrase,

20.

Note

freedom

possible,the

the

familiar,colloquial style

of phrase
like familiar

and

construction.

style.

of

this

The

and

similar

translation

pieces,with

should

preserve,

NOTES.

62

[Part

II.

object,

sie

38.

Idiom

1.

Case

2.

time

as

as

soon

be hitched

if

for

present

11.

Go

for.

13.

Also

Away

they

etc., and
17.

former

fers

here

21.

without

etc.

The

18.

foot, i.

Es

good

27.

and

Everything

36, 23.

28.

Ge-

tr.

in indirect
the

would
Note

reason.

direct

were

give

of

the

same

Cf
Rem.

see

reminds

indirect.

old

below,
of

19.

20.
See

ReRem.

dishes, etc., they had


T

time
25.

23.

See

indicating

Phrase

note

"

26.

14.

ill luck.

See

thanksy play foolish

"

the

idiom.

etc.

2.

22,

us

diff. of

i. e.,

up,

"

14.

31,

tricks

"

plural.

as

especially

Note

speech.
speeeh

i. e., instead

"

distance.

are

herself.
head

my

37, Rem.

waddledy

high

Bestirred
at

and

by

went

"

subjs. and

subjs.

had

expressed

colloquial

"

See

Note

Carry

bargain.

our

piece gives specialopportunity for

This

"

For

^^

and

flies

short

"

The

22.

24.

anybody.

to

were.

trotter

etc.

soUe.

on

(sich, dat.)

set

they

you

subject ; also, again,

Schneiderherberg'e

waren,

e., not

nail.

indirect

Note

table

word

Remark.

latter

16.

whether

on

collective

if

form.

Infin.,dep.

bed.

the

case

just at

"

"

not

was

is

and

Phrase,

mal
nor-

there)

got you

los-gehen,

tooth

"

15.

36, Rem.

guilds.

afresh

Rem.,

See

into

12.

ixnmer

along" motion,

quacking
dat.

euch,

"

"

good

below.

For

you

Thai

of infin. -selbst

Came

following : namely, thaty

to

them

10.

8.

Note

[tha.tfetc.] let myself

than
.

idioms.

use

colloquial pitched

asked)

not

with

went.

trade

Was

future.

{Vve

"

walk

the

note

exclamatory

hard

note

{And

35, 8, and

certain

her.

rather

I will

in short.

emphasizes

phrase

Fam.

of

position

Adv.,

Nur

9. Note

bet."

Lit."

6.

please.

you

5.

sentence.

new

7.

Cf.

up.

4.

Obj. pred., so full.

talkiftgnonsense.

are

as

3.

following, as
"

Note

fill of lAem~-\iter3.\\y?

our

explain.

order

any

tat'

"

yet the
form

in

study of

general,the

past will be substituted


as

examples above, and

while,

that

the

the

indicative

tense

same

for the

and

"

the

subjunctive
will be

present

used

when

often, also, without

the

such

hereafter.

39.
1.

Case?

Position.?
6.
8.

2.
Cf.

4.

35,6.

(some one)
Cond.

Infin.

subj.

knock
9.

"

idiom

poor

"

Adj. pred., fall


heard

slammed-tOy

look

to

as

be

"

knocking.

violently.

on

Cf
.

10.

"

i. e.,

burden

Left

"

3.

appearance.

to,

7.

35, 8.

in

Gen.

5.

At

his

house.

plur.,full of.

standing.

Cf.

27,

6.

39"40.]

NOTES.

63

11.

2(uf, up^ open

12.

Idiom,

14.
of

Subj.

ft^cn.
Cf.

20.

16

ltd)belongs

"

Indirect

that

"

he

would

fjrill^ftudfas

good

"

Make
28.

What

know

that

implies

how

29.

wish

to

We

Cf.

26.

Adv.

it, of

fulfilment.

Cf.

course

gen.,

hii

way.

go

whole

subj.

Cf.

[it]repeats
27.

preceding.
note

the

30.

21.

31.

to wish,

HJOl^l
emphasizes

@S

Cf.
23.

heart.

25.

the

to

what

indie.

my

23, 3, etc.

the

know

all

cinem

omitted?

e"

purpose,

IVith

refers

expect

donU

"

like

22.

ba8

"

should

anything

should

of the

doubt

them,

grant

possible,!

were

will

than.

else
.

Don't

wishes,

three

Here

16.

bci

Why

of

use

welcome.

compare

etc.

21.

24.

had,

they

as

It was,

ttc,

him

and

"

unlatch,

Note

on.

go

Bade

14,

Why?

normal

why

"

note

19.

verbs.

15.

hence,

latch;

if you

5.

nighty

the

of

even

"

See

18.

38,

both

to

rate

17.

Monday

say,

click

bcl, note

and

Cf.

vfe

the

any

have,

were,

As

At

gu

might

"

There

I.

32,

note

Compare

purpose

18.

13.

night,

over

fommen.

flinfen, from

"

Subj., if

consent,

yet

32, Rem.

40.
1.

known

How

like

"

4.

over.

to

idiom,

expands
refers

eg

take

"

(ifyou

Note

ohange
of

(mood)

etc., i.
where

might
to

occur

11.

won't

e.

"

in any

13.

to

him.

"

14.

ace?

Why

al^. 15.

purely physical
17.

SBenit
.

very

and],even

if.

18.

fut. indie.

is here

Expresses

indef
.

TlQl. 2Bic
"

"

gilt,how

well

Cf.

Yet

purpose

to

leave

"

39,

29.

irregular?

I shall

20.

(that) she

was

Why
still

shall

Subj.

(= perchance, justso) :
off,

gll SJlutc

"

16.

"

Note
dition
con-

warm

angry,

he

implied

Phrase

very

felt

subj.
@o

became

[if

etc.

word-order

and

"

19.

21.

12.

is the
he

"

discontented.
or

I wish,

an

2)a^

9.

it indeed

to

you

clause

if only,

fo, refers

should

This

clauses

"

granted

"

8.

do

might

5.

it.

not,

Phrase,

please just

"

Have

in what

he

How

Impers.

cAout

would

"

2.

below

"?

had).

with

subj. and,

and

certainly

English, simply,

expect

event.

would

stop)

still be

might

we

"

is

feelings not

shall

he

25, Rem.

all

"

omitted
32,

"

SSoUte

tulc to

from

as

21

(that) he

Aux.

i. e. said

"

I wish

See

just;

or

37,

as

indirect

sentences,

Cf. 39, 19.

omitted?

Subj.

it ill that, etc.

[sticking].

behind

7.

Thought

fc^on.

of

8.

preceding
10.

chose].

(implying,

ol8?

on

@iunial',only

completeness,

knoivn

only

in 35,

as

to

force

had

"

3.

Expresses

dependent

are

astonishment.

expressing
run

both

that

it

c"

have,

be

left,

cond.

happened

sitting,etc.,

164

with

change

idiomatic

note

^in,
get

down;

28.

See

in

just

out

i.

sOy

29.

3.

^crbcinjilnJt^CU
"

as

27,

or

not.

tDUrbe*

6,

etc.

34.

32.

bring

Refers

use

emphatic.

to

all

30.

"

i{so

to

be

in

preceding.

this

quiet.

^croitf,

in

Cf.

me.

it

dragging

my

34.

25.

2i"

12.

style,

etc.

33.

frequent

ftc^,

herself
idiom,

it

"

Note,
the

enjoying

note

as

Phrase

wishing"

"

35.

of

13.

by

what

Of

2)cr

36,

See

"

Instead

Was

knowing

fo,

thinking
27.

10.

Without

24.

e^.

without

e.

38,

see

37,

of

uses

"

23.

6 implied.

bo

order,

normal

to

II.

[Part

NOTES,

See

as

38,

note

Cf.

here,

Note

force

31.

Infin.

of

fo
"

26.

11.

note

24.

of

^cr

idiom,

he

Whether

use

dat.

"

would

kDarb

for

^^

66

1.

Poet.,

ifyou

"

dropped,

order.
accus.

42,

2.

of

order
Let

the

Poet,

pupil

9.

the

be^if

mark

to

the

4.

Eng.

2, and

would

what

7.

be

peculiaritiesof poeticform

Cf.

pass.

reversed

notice

regular

Note

of in.

force

to.

note

4.. Emphatic

order

when

even

not

Notes.

2.

Infin.

5.

Softly.

poetic, with

Cf.

etc.

position ;

Poetic

continue

in

it is intended

is omitted

prose.

S^ejj. 5. Repeats

for

@o

2.

in formal

often

as

"

^^'^w would

clauses.

standing,

form,

III.

[Part

colloquial prose.

ellipsis of subject

Alongy that is,carelessly.

1.

is

Poet,

Cond."

mentioned

in

also

-Jic^c,
poet, (old) form
6.

8.

3.

\then\y etc.

come

the

often

as

^^"^-

vivid

more

3.

Repeats foregoing.

noun

The

to wither.

"

expression,

if the

as

Poet.

act

for
fcilt

of

use

already

were

in fin.

; note

tDCrben
6*

done.

{my).
Remark.

is quite

It

"

translation.

prose
made

to

Hence,
the

understand

the

even

translation

prose

to

the

express

of

beauties

its

is

should

simplest poetry

been

has

This

form.

own

be

why,

reason

postponed

be

in

effort should

further

form

poetic

the

in the earliest reading of poetry,

even

original in

of

usually, the reading


in
facility

impossible

until

some

acquired.

45.
1.

Poet,

colloquial,order

"also

1. 18 below.

and
comp.

"

5.

Result

6.

Poet,

the

such

for

that

ba".

poetic word

Fem.

7.

rare,

rarely

imitate

if

as

These

will

with
:

In such

think.

referring to

Interjections as

8.

forms.

poet, and

can

shall

you

gender.

gram,

form

English

as

so

"

2. This

/r^J-4 in

bic

pres.

its

sing.

hereafteronly

be mentioned

43, 4,

4.

Poet,

beauty.

morning
fut.

for

as

frequent.

is

9lote; poet, departure

; note

nouns

Cf.43, 6.

3.

art.

case

emphasis,

for

boc^

with

often

"

verb.
in

from

Note

also

special cases.

46.
1.

idiom
when

Not

also

"

finger*s

English:

subjects
idiom

5.

Subj.

7.

Rhyming

breadth

him

let

phrase

4.

As
do

lying and

adv.

note

death

look

follow.
:

"

in

if
what

the

etc.

he

deceit.

of

accus.

3.

face.

Note

inverted"

"

extent.

for

2.

sing, verb, especially


al"

iDfive.

iDcnn
.

may
Case

\dd\.
?

8.

6.
This

dat

Note

Note

dat,

position

smiles
of

gen.

on,

"

in

9.

future

only of

usual

prose

Poetic

also

"

is

"

more

poetry,

The

contraction.

"

is still

"

in

frequent

more

colloquial

in prose

frequent

"

persons

also

as

of

use

in

lish.
Engfor

present

in poetry.

so

47.
1.

He

form

who.

4.

adjs.

as

but

2.

written

was

the

to

transl.

1813, during

in

5.

seems.

described.

thus

man

the

3.

subject.

obj. as

bfiut^t,impers.

Also

by implication

poem

Impers.

Adverbs

Refers

6.

stirring

of

"

same

Tint, literally,

to

Verb

[^0] implied.

time

of

the

This

against

war

Napoleon.
48.
2)a simply repeats

1.
4.

The

infins.

should

strictlystand

6.

Here

camp-fires.

9.

Then

it would

heart

as

2.

foregoing.

7.

Infin.

idiom.

SBo^t
8.

going.

"

3.

cincu.
5.

last.

literallyba8

^"f"

Poet,

Subj.

should

is intensive

Adv.

best

his

to.

into.

deep

"

superl.

aJiii^lrab" by implication,

like

all.

of

troubled

5.

47,

49.
1.

in

When

3.

periods.
fagct.

on

form

in

than

prose

For

which,

in

in

ettt)a",as

frequently.

certain

7.

prose.

wide

general,

only pred.

in

also

frequent

such

"

poetry,

Used

5.

^it'fcl^cn

2.

indef.

"

phrases

does

for

^effete, 1.

bad

common

elaborate

of

4.

Dep.

5Bcffcre8. 6.

This

enough.

see

poet,

more

admit

not

cannot

Note

Namely,

is

separation

15.

50.
The
2.

sentiment

That

into

is,
the

suggests

6.

weather

"

similar

the

of

idly,

or

but

Infin.

the

past

48.

5.

idiom,

heart.

door

is, her
7.

time.

Verb

8.

knowing

desolate

implied

"With

pass

"

48,

repetition,as

without

and

That

happy

Poetic

1.

meadow

unconsciously.

for his

none

3.

blooming

all

Meaning,

in

that

to

valley.

contrast

paffc implies
gazing.

is

the

"

heart.

"

at

promise
on.

9.

poet

4.

which

i.

tjcr*
he

of

is

good

Impers.

idiom.

61.
1.

Expletive

form.

3.
5.

part.
41,

"

but

Poet,

Case.?

"

omitted
word

order.

6.

lifted,\.

including

inanimate

4.
t.

2.

introductory.

unless

As

borne
nature.

//",etc.
along.

"

Poet.

note

7.

also

Here

"

also

colloquial

"

poetic position of

everything"

not

as

NOTES,

68

III.

[Part

52.
1.

for^

have

"

here

of

sense

olfo

14.

suffered,
English

Double

12.

Perf.

Note

comp.

i.

"

be

be

to

he

Takes

@onntag

e.

impers.
6.

Case

"

invited.

"

font'

with

"

Note

start.

13.

^cr, like

8.

pres.

gram,
he

what

Of
infin.

Note

ar^

^^w

repetition

thinks.)

his

excuse

pass,

Poet,

English

"

is, an

that

"

M^r"f.

(As

11.

to.

wait

"

7.

part, idiom

about

Is

himself

Let

bell.

of the

9.

10.

waddling,

comes

why

1^in implies : /^^^

5.

motion.

consequently.

"

orders,

your

implies

5,

genders.

idioms,

pass.

Remark.

give

in

3.

ImpWtd. \io go).

perhaps imitating sound

\)V\,note
men

2.

order.

fo

4.

etc.

ordered

"

word

Poet,

the

As

"

occasional

an

regular

more

should
*ixercises,

exercise

paraphrase.

prose

be allowed

never

it may

noting poetic forms,

in

this,like other

But

to obscure

the

well

be

grammatical

word

or

object of poetic reading.

true

to

See

Remark.

44,

63.
1.

Note

^ergc, poetic

2,

might

we

his

/or

triib
7.

5.

fut.

verb

Note

in

ntagfl;

as

5, and

3.

third

person

who

"

9.

order.

Note

As

As

The

weep.

birgjl

on

indie,

i^m

4.

etc.

"

of when.

sense

pres.

in prose.

also

Dep.

frequent
again

2,

51,

6.

in

tDO

4.

frequently

bofc, trfibc.

with

also

43,

subjunct.

49,

Poetic

8.

form,

"

or

As

variable

are

tt)Cine.
"

archaic

"

expect

sake.

fannfl

of

antithesis

"

"

tieb,

^n

The

forms

note

the

form

alternative

where

bofi,
case.

is bcr

\"j

interjection: {be) still,


54.

1.

2.

Thy.
the

govern

dative

Remark.

"

etc., only when

the

superiority in
constant

in the

The

of intimacy

token

use

power

order

Emphatic

"

see

45,

3.

i.

second

persons,

English idiom
also of

etc., should

ye^

it
justifies
"

as

like

just

here.

English

gender

does

in German

poetic personification.

Note

not

possess.

leaves

to

from

the
to

specialuse

The

"

On

English

verbs

note

"

used

be

diminutives, implying affection,etc.

which

German,

thou^

Is

distinction

English objective,without

"

of grammatical
of

are

the
a

that

ace.

translate

bii,

of bu, etc., as

distinct
other

distinct

points of
hand,

the

superiority

examples.

55.
1.

Lit

poet, and

all

that

is^

emphatic.

etc.

4.

"

freely:

Undone

me.

every

human

wish,

2.

To,

3.

Order

56-58-]

^OTES,

"

l6g

56.
1.

Iftel

Remark.

form.

Such

by quoting

effect of repetition of 1. 2, with

Note

little poem

This

"

perfectionof

2.

if.

as

try to point

to

"

guile

upon

And

grief steals

thou

be

may

beautiful

so

be

may

trated
illus-

useful

cise
exer-

translation

art.

o'er

heart.

my

fain

would

lay devoutly

My

hands

upon

As

even

^as

"

exquisite

thy beauty

gaze

And

It

with

lovely floweret

of

void

is lost,in

what

out

of translation

the reach

distinguishedhand.

like

Thou'rt
So

perfectsimplicityof thought

is beyond

poetry

following,from

the

for the student

combines

order.

changed

thy brow,

pray

that

God

good

and

fair

will
as

thee

keep

now.

C.

G.

Lbland.

67.
Absol.

1.

drink

part

subject
Rem.

54,
9.

end

we

13.

Sanbe

"

?icbe

Note

case.?

"

transl.

passive.

6.

44,

Cf.

"S)icis object

15.

what

11.

his

transl.

order.

to

14.

16.

8.

might

Impers.
as

indef.

and

see

with.

Along
stand

12.

(two)?

Colloquial

emphasis

preserve

Factitive
Fact.

3.
Here

is, in bcr gerne.


pass.,

more

gender,

gram,

Poet,

That

side,

Note

4.

5.

44,

once

adieu.

regular forms

of S^atcrfoitbc.

By

imperat. :

for French

5.
7.

3.

"

"

of

sense

regular, of.

more

earth."

sense

in

of position

obj. of purpose,/^/*;

pred.

becomes

"

home.
...

of gu.

uses

Remark.

"

The

English passive,besides

impersonal, and

(man),

the

13)

retain

to

is in

be

heretofore

as

"mother

say

for fiber bcm.

bcr

he.

"

adj. forms,

As

or

"

here

"

Corruption

2.

of.

njcrben would

"

at

Note

10.

drink

something

"

of part.

accus.

more

one

"

must

we

constr.

emphasis

on

the

reflexive

the

corresponding largelyto

idioms

object of the

in German,

action

is also

^which

"

much

in German

the

indefinite

used
is

(as note

freely

more

by position.

effected

58.
1.
2.

That

As

comp.
"

is,

to

childhood

jurucfc, poetic

"

verb, J^cim^tlK^cn:

Oergcffenpredicate ;

had

come

home

to.

long believed

archaic

"

3.

Aux.

"

form,

omitted

{to be)y etc.

4.

as

in
As

2.

53,

sition
transpo51,

"

NOTES,

I70

note

6.

noun.

"

with

agreement

9.

Dimmed

adv.

English

Comp.

11.

position.

with

"

au(5, however^

5.

logicalsubject.

^ett.

who-ever.

"

3^9*

tears.

to

as

"

pref.

sep.

(Xic^cn)^^^^'^

8. And

{yet)

as

prep,

after

poetic

2Bie

7.

letters,

or

the

note

"

or

III.

transition.

Sep. pref. to roffeit poet, (emphatic)

10.

"

absoL, with^

Accus.

Up

[Part

etc.

59.
See

1.
to

in

express

appellative
politeaddress

only. Note

5.

11.

instead

of

4.

below

for

SD^agb ;

into

Accus.

cond.

didst

Alcu!

"

that,

i. e.

"

^abe geliebt,1.

but

construed

thou

live.

10.

etc

throughout.
This

20.

8.

Besides

Old

here

"

the

than

more

favorite

first

Ijineitt,

of

past

"

intense

more

is

poem

the

with

poet.

of

friendly

"

the

style

(neut.)with
Construe

Note

touching

rather

6.

frequently.

as

"

it marks

here

easy
to

the

formerly

was

not

yet

"

transferred

here

but

only;
nouns,

sing,

chance

by

or

address,

third

The

both

to

sing, verb

Explains QC^

l^fben.

Itebte,
with

song

students.

German

the

Belongs

also

9.

that.

title of

later, to inferiors

Poet,

7.

into.

indefinite,once^

The

^crr,

often

"

familiarity.

is here
3.

English.
as

"

2^0^!

2.

58, 4.

60.

Parthenia, in "Ingomar

So

1.

"

The
2.

souls

Two

hearts

Genit.

"

in prose

with

or

but

that beat

Sohn

source

(schwinden)

it

which
4.

is, without

That

Two

Halm's

is from

poem

**:

3.

i.

"

e.

usually accus.

now

one."

as

Wildnis

der

reason.

happened

singlethought,

the

"

Relat.

original of Ingomar.

die, antecedent

to

love

that

5.

Namely,

vanished

has

that

was

to

none.

reichsten.

am

61.
The
to

the

writer's
interest
These

1.

punctuated:
case].

of this and

cannon

death

the next

4.

like those

So

the

"

Du

Vater,

{as thou
"

life and

crowding epithets

of thundering

either

heroic

soldier

not

are

against Napoleon

easily translated

perhaps

6.

3.

mich.

In

roaring,1.

"

the

lightning flash of rattling musketry.

als, correlative, as

knowest).
now

as

add

poem.

fUhre
.

"

death

2, etc.

and

Conditions
much
.

(for or)

as.

the
5.

2.

smoke
Also

following [in
Strong

in mctory,

7.

eration
assev-

ders
Thun-

NOTES,

62-65.]

171

62.
1.

/",

past

have

"

life

other

4.

Remark.

doch, ja, schon,

frequent

nun,

of

such

use

Indef.

asseveration

Rem.

ja

"

6.

implying

now^

often

of

"

less

(" ethical

words
We

Double

impossibility

it not

etc.,makes

absence, of English.

their

5.

3.

In

correl.

the
then.

foregoing.

to

"

wohl,

end^ lit. limits,

lit.

Perchance;

difficulty sometimes

The

"

the

16.

57,

as

At

surely (in spite of all). See

7.

refers

; es

or

"

pred.

denial

hereafter,

"

2.

following.

to

Fact.

excludes

Whether

The

refers

es

"

seen.

doch

asserts,

8.

by

or

important

particles")
force

their

supply

words

translatingsuch

to

feel their

to

try

by

meaning.

of

is characteristic

German

only, which

tone

as

comes
be-

thus

speciallyexpressive in English.
63.
1.

Poet,

absol.

4.

Personal

Subj.

poet.

concessive

sigh

46, 8.

that,

grant

3.

into,

emphatic
See

gen.

"

following (logical)subject, as

with

Breathes

involves

mehr

here

"

8.

what.

me

nichts

"

2.

Ufer.

g^nen

am

Weiter
6.

Virgin.
tell

for

7.

Lit.

accus.

5.

pleonasm.

9.

etc.

Part,

Holy
what:

name

Note

agreement

heretofore.

64.
1.

Goal

3.

Rem.
inversion

though,

5.

2).

that

reason

Yet

Schein

"

etc.

(see note

simple

2.

race.

Cf. 57, 13

Remark

the

in

as

"

refers

to

deceptive

following.

general, whatever
attention.

it arrests

order

normal

note

implies

Es

In

"

"

6.

See

See

emphatic.
4.

appearance.

is unusual

usage

Doch

"

49,

Dept.

5.

emphatic

is

for

"

has

frequently this construction,

the

words, is intended.

for

emphasis.

1.
as

Not

sep.

pref. ;

transl.

7.

By

nicht
as

sense

ob

if

only
wenn

to

6.

"

the

omitted,

Obj.

last

with

"

of

inversion.

5.

irren

trans,

3.

"D^X./rom;

Und
"

"

but

but

Cf.

often

58, 7

"

not, etc.
the

transl.

See

separation

separated.

11.

2.

transl.

but

pass.

belongs
64,
is

Emphatic

Rem.
more

"

to

her,

pass.,

emphatic ellipsis\and

transposition,erzittert
.

also

not

phrase.

tremble
9.

auch.

obgleich

import,

object.

accus.

"

ellipsisand

strong

of

In

even.

the

part of adv.

as

or

4.

57, 13. etc.


"

because

WOrter,

is

as

sol

with

by,

both

objects,

8.

Adv.

usual.

inversion.

even,

10.
12.

etc.

In

Here

NOTES.

172

1.
3.

Poet.

6.

gen.

for

"

Turns

^ergeSgeijl

as

"

For

Part.

Joyous

7.

To

she

as

saw,

of

pleading

in

many

15.

The

16.

the

how

Just

hands

Cf.
here

"

sively
expres-

in her

the

eyes,

Mountain

because

"

used

are

8.

dumb-lamenting,

of

Z?/z//"^

on.

Poet,

2.

indicates

man,

Man

Old

legends.

popular

hard

the

To

5.

Old

SWann,

14.

here

"

note

11.

reflex,

The

to

song.

Cf.

hunt.

indirect.

if
**

woe."

{bird)

adj. desperate.

j[c^t. 13.

translates

power.

4.

Poet.=

Bulwer

supernatural

17.

what

"

boy.

look

her

with

12.

/ety etc.

10.

daring.

noun,

ueriDegcrt.

though only

let, O

n(i6),lit.

hunting.

or

cattle-bells.

the

"

hunt

and

"

thoughts

her

Go

repetition

Inf.

9.

4.

poet.

Poet,

2.
horn

herdsman's

The

57,

9?onb,

III.

[Part

"

endowed

is not

indicated.

marum.

67.
1.

it

Near

fisherman.

is,for

7.

11.

the

tempter

comes

done

tr.

15.

nea.er.

for him

That

be

best

all

"

labt,

to

with

over

65;

7.

reflected

first time

"

6.

thou

Deadly

as

S3Iau

fresh

is here

14.

16.

eX.z*

a^y

st

never

is, rising

frequently.

longing

That

would*

i. e.,

water.

as

"

3.

17.

"

That

the

in

and

such

66,

As

12.

genuine

follows.

regular

more

Cf.

with

Swelled

5.

like

"

what

opens,

the

moist

of

effect

for

adj.

heart

very

Lit.

is, as

as

his

Inversion

10.

delay.

lit..^ 13.

"

to

the

8.

45,6.

also

Belongs

wave

Down

em^Ol*, rises and

ba",as

For

feucf)tmay

noun;

is, without

That

before.
from

Xeilt
.

9.

etc.

was

4.

them.

to

"

bite.

2.

stream.

description enhances

This

the

by

"

The

Impers.

him.

68.
1.

verb

The

2.

Idiomatic

4.

Ye,

7.

Indef.

looked

brought

"

active,

is, bem

sing,

dfy

as

one's
10.
the

3Jiuubc.

12,

5.

clauses,
3.

etc.

What

as

The
1 Cf.

"

self" jlaunenb, by gazing.


Sie^

infin.
11.

both

to

54, Rem.

See

on.

belongs

l^olcn,as

14.

Note

this.

If ye fare

well

12.

"

and

dat.

e.

his

caused

to

i.

below,

Usually
tw"j dat.

Cf.

often

be

case

56,

6.

20.

brought

the

nottransl.

9.

harp.

1. 27,

without

"

57, 1.

52, 1. 15, and


8.

also in this poem.

later

"ethical**

heretofore,

subject lacking.

Emphatic,

67, 11,

b(o)rein"
"

had
.

infin. with
decl.

i, etc.

Case.^

13.

ject,
sub-

That

NOTES

Remarks.

Introductory
with

reading,
chief

further

called

to

the

teacher.

the

vocabulary

and

selected

are

of

reading

for

composition,

"

found

be

now

for

chiefly

independent

complete

old

the

Vocabulary.]

to

derivation,
helpful

most

of

reading

the

between

references

The

various

and

the

later

The

in

previous

should

rapid
The

texts.

familiarity

cognates,

for

the

with

orthography

pieces

in

all

cated
indi-

as

will

be

now*

examples

as

but

"

should

section

this

etc.,

vocabulary;

attention

texts,

new

for

Gr.
the

to

found

be

by its

the

reading

is to

outside

of

required,
he

may

and,

by

be

using.
of

way

occur.

in

printed

index.
of

how

Notes,

to

will

be

illustration,

few

For

of

grades)

some

fewer

and

be

now

the
These

pursuance

different

will

notes

In

learn

Grammar.

Joynes-Meissner

(for beginners
but

occur;

be

grammar

abbreviation

distinct

independent
"

now

whatever

to

maybe

Parts

will

notes

student

parenthesis,

references
several

the

keeping

preparation

the

by

added,

grammar,

the

himself,

for

suggested
are

of

part

grammar.

occasionally

other

the

differences

references,

make

of

to

important

most

use

pieces

spelling.

old
A

will

preparation

the

to

etymology

26,

"

Introduction

[See
the

left

be

of

increase

the

in

21

for

IV.

constructions.

and

II.,

will

As

be

exercises

Part

following

The

"

PART

early preparation

to

should

forms

Simple

these

view

object

ordinary

TO

the

any

plan

of

repetitions
briefer

than

heretofore.

71.
1.

from

is

really

also

i.

e.

ungliicKirf).

that

known

^arabetltr

Krummacher*s

j"7,

tells

little

Very

he

was

3.

of

the

life

is based

Phrygian
4.

slave.

In

on

"

sense

of

The

Aesop.

the

standard

Aesop's
of

The

(" 467, b) gives

tense

past

It is

not

meant

to

imply

that

here

this

the

might

form

not

traditions.

reputed

urn
.

of

properly

"

following

the

be

conditional

done

2.

earlier.
174

ply
Sup-

tradition

Indirect

5.

31U

origin;

piece,

subj.
(" 471).

'

71"72.]

6.

Old

form,

9.

written
8.

why.

comp.
The

10.

Fable,

his experience

12.

all that

of

toil

Gr.

tic.

given;
16.

19.

Dat.

Gr.

See

Gr.

the

true

Gr.

(" 480,

mid^ belongs

"

the

Note

ancient

phrase
the

the

35.

As

These

frequent formerly

older
than

by

means,

tic.

26.

The

Subj.

18.

how

expressive
with

"

Gen.

See

("434).

great

oracle,

("445).

29.

1.

31

Gen.

{all)

in

Gr.

accus.

were

"

in

Old

31.

what

cognate

meiueP,

see

Gr.

nJOS:

The

and

forward

Refers

(" 434, b).

Modifies
34.

(" 269).
"

Gr.

adj.

admiration.

obj.

the

Gr.

32.

(" 435).

of

as

firf)?

of

within; comp.

part.

seat

30.

withe

for

"

look

Gr.

have

"

Case

to.

Gr.

a j.

Fables

his

25.

no

etc.

forms

pres.

Case?

heretofore.

burden.

his

(" 470, note).

(" 269).

"

28.

Gr.

possibly

"

could

Gr.

in

have

satire.

English, when^

33.

Gr.

cast

of

use

27.

sly

Death."

where

go

and

Supply

gcben,

"

is,

formation

phrase

nouns.

{of)good spirits.

world.

("444).

Rare

Note

; ta,

in

"

23.

(" 467).

still bear

give.

see

Gr.

clear

14.

That

should

still 1

Man

quite

could

Note

both

Not

would

verbs:

Old

^onnten

speaky

21.

usual.

Gen.

7.

(" 434, ^).

asthma.

then

adv.

as

he

17.

them

22.

Dat.

to

Greece.

make

here

gcben, could"

58).

both

article

cr^oben

for

("

to

15.

(" 443, d).

(" 437, 2).

24.

^).

6.

sentiment

I,

knew
From

"

condition:

Subj.

obj.

noun.

how

laffcit
: to

of

use

8.

as

Gr.

Gr.

11.

13.

note

fountcu

from

compensation.

causative

20.

bcincr, see

different

quite

As

note

For

he

obj.

"The

clause.

because

"

tense

entitled

usually

(" 236, ^).

(" 485* 9)-

the

"

relative

by

tr.

gen.

"

indirect

Subj.

frequently,

bcffeit

if for

as

known

well

As

for:

175

NOTES,

more

now.

72.

Emphatic

1.

Gr.

(" 434, c)
favorite

the

Devil
it."
"

the

to

of the
in

common

Infin.

noun

"

(" 145).

and

9.

home

Phrase

idiomatic

cS.

the

Evil

legend.

5.

if
Gr.

; also

bring

it

(" 453, ^).

idea

that
10.

'*

of

Gen.
*'

is

bargain
the

obj.

the

with

truth

of

one

about

colloquial ^Q^r, gel),etc.

first

is, ifyou
Position.?

3.

Dragon

I'll tell you

the

with

"COrg.

The

proverbial.

are

"

"

Note

adj. construed

you

4.

the

Phrase

7.

phrases

the

$on8

For

foregoing*

by working.

"

all

2.

spiritof

foregoing rhyming

like house

Note

c^ refers

"

forms

is very
6.

repetition,of tuer, etc.

8.

Alliterative

(neuter) noun
get only

so

formation.?

phrase
Gr.

only.
far thaty
11.

etc.

Note

176

with

agreement

pi. comp.

of the

"

adv.

gen.

the

fie,when

they

obsolete.

17.

same

14.

fo, here

Tr.

in

je

19.

("334).

je (or je

impersonal

[now] especially;tJoUauf"full up"

22.

Abstract

for

Gr.

(" 431,

c),

the

"

Gr.

See

person,

to

"

33.

added.

bam

pay
?

? 30.

parison,
com-

if tucnn
21.

mm

23.

the

"

and

explain.
b)

limit

"

bold

the

comp.

repeated.
29.

besides
out

Why?
that

so

31.

absol.,^^w^.
iucrbeii,

Colloquial : put

Compare

(" 475,

(" 477).

direct
in-

person

26.

why

strictly, be

Idiom,

thing, subject;

also

ing;

Gr.

also

note

it.

oIlerteL

of

supine, Gr.
"

now

ina^Icn above, /"wj/W,

for

had

phrases are^colloquial.

? tense

"

used

"

glcid),as

20.

gen.

fatten

the, correlative

to

impers. (c" gicbt)


I)atte,

been

had

which

with
bejal^leit

heretofore

as

line;

next

..

"

been

gum,

2JJciftCl*;
why

ttjobei

32.

best.

liked

should,

ju

binding,

of art. with

omission

note

with

nouns

Mood

infins.

the

which

after

311,with

bamit

All

in

fling

or

indie,

the

pronoun

these

for,

going
fore-

they

relative

in sense

of

pay

25.

Uc6en

with

infin.

the

Note

to

which

Note

as

phrase
plenty;

"

often

as

{eincn?

passive

expressed.

27.

d).

474,

"cfJelauSftopfcn
;
28.

is

thing

here

meaning

"

use

housekeepers; attcS

Note

active,
lad)Cll,

("

SD^iooS.

24.

1. 49, with
when

Ue^cn

concrete

next

beflo)the

bcffen,not

Why
the

Note

to

is
line, bcSgleid^eil

as
biejclbe,

"

gar

above,

its old

belong

IV.

bergleic^CU,properly

"

'mad)ern.

to

oSit

Does

by clause,

folcf)C colloquially for


18.

the

In

also

uses

many

things.

way.

16.

though.
%\t\6),

"

had.

2ljd)c,singular.

such

12.

(" 210).

For

'StU^l* belongs

15.

Gr.

13.

why?
like

in

"

gathered.

Gr.

logicalsubject.

following?

or

as

[Part

NOTES.

which

"

Idiom:

there

had

{for) interest.

at

Case?

73.

1.

ben

idiom

Impers.
SWann

to the

means,

begging,help bring,
balb
.

order
with
Note
etc.

as

if

South;
2J2ittag,
tuarb
9.

they

3.

fid^
.

ttJO, indef. for


.

aud^ fott.

6.

me^ren

refers

frequent
to

is here

irgcitbttJOsomewhere.
4.
?

than

Capital

2.

Ott

go

Note

the

relatives:
cor-

Subj. imperat., let, etc.

5.

loquial
Col-

formation
See

they,

bettetlt,
briligen,English,

now,

Case

infins.

the

Icbct,pi.of respect.
more

SWan

briskly upon,

Note

buyer.

balb, now

formerly

"

entered

71,
now,

; note

35.
for

7.

8.

North,

Impers.

tuurbc

position

in

of

"

an

was

"

he

contrast

repented.
growings

colloquial.

NOTES,

"-3-74.]

10.

Note

verb:

nowhere

I know

the

"

15.

amount.

if

galloping,

23.

(" 434).

29.

Dep.

boys

omitted

To

we

you

Also

31.

Note

tribe

their

may

auxiliary.

34.

c8

it went

of

33.

forward

guesses.

27.

its pronouns

("

c\

441,

72,

be

often

"

note

bcffcn, as

18

1.

72,

mouths

may

obj.

got in

we

See

35.

tr.

Adv.

Gen.

Gr.

their

25.

when

effect of

various

32.

Idiom

gefprciigt,

Note

object.

not

"

in

German

21.

(" 210).

on.

over

foregoing

tt)ie,what.

Gr.

got

we

the
For

Impers. phrase

"

increase

refers

24.

to

made

"

the

tl)atflC^

17.

tommt

c8

accus.

30.

Here,

rather

or

"

this

and

bicfcg.

owe.

phrase:

superior precision

The

for

14.

provincial.

"

Idiom,

again ^in suggests

(" 468, b).

if

as

"

way

gele^rt.Gr. (" 474, c).

on

tight place.

good

28.

Gr.

12.

71, 14.

to go.

depreciative.

introductory,

Neuter,

Gr.

that

Here

apposition

Dimin.

often

"

26.

comp.

20.

Phrase:

in

See

where

See

order

Colloquial

only colloquial

Here

^beilb

22.

ellipsis of verb.

know

16.

11.

13.

(" 268).

to be,

18.

e).

474,

don't

"

(" 480, 4).

Gr.

see

go

Supply

19.

adjective.

("

Gr.

to

enjoyed himself
giltlic^,
as

Gr.

oipitted verb.

"?/".Note

^"//

infin. idiom.

again

177

19.

noted.

(" 457).

Gr.

74.

1.

3.

always declined

Now

Refers

fact

French:
in

that

expect

might
are

senses

of

it.

drew

would

properly

12.

"

was

in

the

verb

to

its
one

fUr, here

as

occasion

tell,

14.

primary
word.

"

See
sense

if he

as

73,

is

by

the

kne%v

the

15.

Idiomatic

at,

colloquial.

of situation.

19.

the

should

here

but

12.

Phrase

to

laugh

to

order

65,

17.

separated.

We

own.

(abzuziehen).

Mux:h

the

Worten,
the

Referring

is understood
10.

his

of

"

strapped.

"

but

5. sonst

still shown

as

"

phial.

transposed,

suited

here

has
written

often
catch

That

{something)

Gelegenheit

big

sharpening

strictly,expect

Knew

"

in

"

7.

company.

"

accent.^

"

accord.

own

himself

to

"

Colloquial

his

Of

surgeons

broke

be

2.

also

but

provincial:

13.

were

derSchneide;

more

sich

an

through

and

4.

persons.

"

8.

below.

also

as

other

barbers

pole.

included.

unluckily
WhcU

sorts

times

also,

hereabouts,

18.

of

an

verb

We

all

barber's

Colloquial
The

of such

strictly,^y

old

anstatt

11.

gen.

"

character

more

symbolical

9.

the

allerlei

noch

6.

to

strong,

ing
mean-

Phrase:

16.
all

both

Adv.

together,
present

178

NOTES.

going

were

22.

21.

on,

Condition

many

such

words

in this

be

should

piece

in graver

approved

his

23.

breath

Phrase

unnatural

for

"

be

to

around.

roam

{uncanny)

laughing

bled.

respectabel

(dat.)-

24.

and

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titulieren,

Exempel,

as

if something

as

get

etc

not,

Colloquial:
"

idioms:

Note

25.

a.

Phrase

20.

thinking of nothing,

was

IV.

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Idiom

other

foreign

would

"

hardly

style.

76.

1.

nicht
of

sense

of

here

"

objective

work
their

of

town

idioms.

remarkable

that

in and

14.

tense?

object

was

as

note

that

belonging

to

understood.
to

doch

See

74,

out

or

he
...

12.

English

: had

should

the

also

do

with

Or.

see

"

it

(" 245) ;

following

"particles"

and

clause

"

may

stand

colloquial position of

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at
case

wa^

being

18.

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Phrase

well.

the
with

23.

"expletives"

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of

20.

end

21.
:

hidden

clause,
stellen,

but

vor.

is there

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what,

einmar,
"

loaded,
un-

noun

is apposition
sei.

loquial
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being

16.

preps.

now

10.

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shortly before.

arrived;

idea

keines,

9.

11.

i.

phrase:

both

is

fight it through"

"

the

Phrase

properly

note

after

addressing.

"

(deutsch).

Idiom
Adv.

unluckily.

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13.

19.

whom.

to

himself"

wish.

composition.

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itself:

shows

"

Dutch

help

velling
tra-

"

wie
.

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the

to

craftsmen

5.
not

poss.

der

zu

Tuttlingen

or

"

phrase,

"

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solcherlei.

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in

15.

Note
to

of

6. could

Adv.

be

should

compare

clauses,

18.

implies

exacted

8.

of werde

tense

17.

ihrer,

Referring

Danube.

alley to alley.

both

reflectsadly

22.

and

12.

der

repeated by

from

"

looks

er-lebt

1. 8.

see

Grund

unloading.

or,

of

English

auxiliaries, and

the

Note

alleys

Mood

{iti.

manage

of

sense

2.

pounds
com-

etc., whose

Case
in

this

of

out

4.

eye.

the

expressive

regularly :

more

the

loss, in the

"mutability,"

Duttlingen
on

such

hereafter.

times

Note

immense

an

7.

the

note

"

his

earlier

situated

Force

etc.

never

the

"

in

struck

proverbial.

render

examples

Wahrheit

to

Phrase

Wiirtemberg,

had

he

as

Note

Compare

(Wanderjahre),

often

so

apprenticeship (Lehrjahre).

small
such

3.

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"inconstancy,"

as

refers

"

derselben.

kenntnis

must

is

phrase

besteht).

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English.

not

are

that

the

"

nicht

derivatives,

Latin

by
elements

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verb

the

(was

Unbestand

development

adj.

with

belongs

etc.

indef. ;

expressive

as

NOTES.

75"76.]

they

often

are

are,

bekommen,
should

only get

relation
27.

28.

Which

to

with

"

by

passes

32.

subjunctives.
33.

The

result, thaty
35.

note

26.

36.

Pres.

Gr.

fut.

(fr. sinken),

repetition
the

For

23.

("486,

I,

^).

idiom
translate

fSUlt

es

the

See

indef., as

schwer

; it

is not

sense

note

exact

of fornv"

but

only

the

earlier

such

be,

more

verb

sitive
tran-

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mediate
im-

Idiom,

as

whenever.
about

far

so

Gr.

to;

pers.
im-

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73, 30.

^{^XiAstyle

sense

(" 292).

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w^j

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Gr.

38.

d).

indef.

woUte,

23;

Paar,

the

good.

wenn,

hard.

seems

(" 474,

noun

now

"

25.

74,

expresses

with

Iffivered

Gr.

46.

Note

dass

would

Infin.

turned

Note

became.

deinem

standing.

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following

heart

order.

the

Phrase:

compare

his

(" 143). 40.

change

30.

with

case

Infin.

{by) 10

rise

"

37.
I.

also

necessary

29.

man.

ever

factitive

Note

(" 276).

good

allem

different

Qr.

see

Gr.

or

b).

4,

idiomatically,preserving

whatever

with

adj.

einmal

"

in

Note

adj. a few;

schwemmen,
von

two.

(" 439)

became^

(" 46c,

and

(Entschuldigung).

"

as

of

he

two

should

indef.

tx^xtssts

frequently.

as

(" 463, c).

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deinem.

usually, aU

72,

idiom

adv.

excess:

Gr.

as

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every

possess.,

French

Here

Impers.

for

over

whom.

for

"

25.

verb.

pass.

denotes

um

34.

etc.

for

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dat.

ethical

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comes

as

art.

31.

addressed.

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such

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("474, e).

of

subj.

as

is.

gut

es

colloquially: if

...

26.

black.

render, also

may

off as

well

as

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in

be

to

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haben.

gut

es

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24.

untranslatable.

quite

79

must

possible,)

as

is necessary.

as

76.
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down

selected

piece is
to

the

present

to

illustrate

of

(5v (and

mainly

century

"

the

fem.

use

continued

"

frequently

sing, "ie) in address.

Note

colloquialstyle.
1.

W^e

should

2.

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4.

Phrase

ever

"

("430*

5.

(467, e).

6.

7.
note

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again
than

hnew

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two

idiom,

ifyouy

"

and

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use

belongs

ttJOr

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3.

I
;

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differently
from

both

like

oUcrlci

every

two.

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should

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of eg.

to

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indirect:

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idiomatic

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in

more.

two

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born

say

9.

like

like

c8

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them

"

to

then
be

clauses
loved

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so;

above.
demonst.

8.

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for

al^, for mic, would

Gr.

ho%u

the

more

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Gr.

(" 453, d).


fools do

personal
be

of.

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gen.

opinion).?

c8.

"

tell all sorts

to

(in your

had.

was

"

wise
other-

regular.

^^

80

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10.

13.

himself.

to

the

face, that,

15.

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did

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that

(" 460,
after

one

"

Gr.

tense.'

(" 463, b)

his

waving

"

Phrase:

33.

"

whole

difference

English

nicely

and

into

"

U)iII

31.

with.

"

heretofore:

(came)
Gr.

forms.

35.

36.

is

look

as

outthrown

you

as

arms

30.

etc.).

had

to

observe

32, and

should

we

^iibfc^above.

past

no

34.

where

do

what

having

note

heretofore,

colloquial,like

adv.

"

idiom,

part,

"

{fell)like, etc.

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"

ttJaS

"

quite colloquial:

must

"

been

have
of

the

on

"lu(f, above

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had

row

tive
impera-

be

fogcn, phrase:

and

(" 445).

shall

fein

beam

the

"

have

must

if

pile (of timber,

the

the

must

use

alon^

everybody

As

"

to

29.

10.

75,

do

colloquial: right

ba is here

walking

came

compare

("483)

down

modal.

subj. or

expect
tr.

of

28.

is

Note

refers

27.

bad, colloquial.

Case?

long.

banac^

"

what

Colloquial

\ihat\ I

it do

22.

after

sentence

does

good

position

even

As

Ellipsis:

whole

reverse.

around

it!

^be out

"

18.

"

^ubfc^

in

one

"

Phrase

of

the

indefinite

Neuter

use

Phrase

to

left.

Gr.

"

32.

weeks

23.

what

'9 for
the

the

"

quite
idiom:

entirely.

20.

any

(9ie(!^t) ^attc ic^

ganj

igUazse-.far from

refers
but

"

nearly

by that?

forms.

(" 463, d)

blutiung,

arms

pretty

mean

Gr.

on

With

heretofore.

Ironical

fo

not

19.

around.

21.

26.

here

neighbor

my

yet perhaps

Impers.

look

and

ironical

Idiom:

12.

name.

^^'.

is

if

indefiniteness.

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keep trying.

must

adds

3)ad

ttJie). 25.

(=

ace

iy

16.

like.

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English pretty.
24.

IDO^I

didnt

right?

nur

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etc.

it.

for

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17.

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boldly. Compare
lookout

in which

fellow running

musty

you

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d^)

4,

suit

not

another

was

Phrase,

Idiom:

object, by

as

IV.

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U.

repeated,

("291).

bO(^ IDO^I ntC^t;


there

infin.
14.

lebte.

ed

as

The

etc.

"

think.

you

same

"

^^^^

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may

quietly.
77.

1.

auf,
3.

Colloquial exaggeration
with

is, when

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Note

change
part.

foregoing
bie,of
neuter

of

Gr.

subj. tenses,
6.

(" 483).

compare

him
and

classes.

Gr.

bcibc9, below.

8.

("421,
Idiom:

nothing of

visitors.

explain.

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should

We

to

up

Gr.

to

Old

4.

equal

"

7.

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pretended

two,
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"

to.

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to.

the

Gr.
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^ielt

Note

idiom

note

reflex,

ftimD ;

past

(" 467, b).

repetitionof

expect

2).

awfully," etc.

made

English,

excusing

condition.

distinct

2.

obj.

accus.

"
"

5.

dat.

Gr.

see

tive
attribu-

Note

subj. continues
unb

article, bie
.

(" 460, 5).

Note

also

singular Xa((^e

"

NOTES,

82

[Part

IV.

79.
1.

See

/;/ appearance

Gr.

liebkosen.

9.

usually

"

Take

with

was

"

admiration

else

whatever

16.

result.
as

soul

heavy

very

have

Gr.

for

pres.

See

on

Gr.

27.
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one.

The

comes

only wh^n

curious

form

her

back.

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("" 453,

seeing

the

devil"

heels

sollte.

say:

liked

after

We

best

hazelbushes

the

445,

hence,

"

were

the
35.

expect
Gr.

in

in

as

als.

plenty,

if

See
38.
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32.

34.

we

had

76,
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72,

who

the

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personage
attractive
ice

as

natural

28.

down

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exclamation

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would

be

the

insisted

{upon

it) that.

should

expect

lemen

my

9.

hast,

persons

some

cold

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clauses.

result, where

Phrase

himself.

expressed

in

be

(" 453).

fact, this

always

trans.

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exorcise

to

something

"

both

Gr.

see

"

shall

you

(" 445).

e.

weighed

"

as

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i.

tense

upon

pass.

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for

actual

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her

es,

Note

23.

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rest

19.

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power

him, and

title for

dead.

signature, by

legend

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("485, 4).

a-plenty, iox

for

God

22.

es,

always

for

30.

pious

if hat

76, 35.

(of all).

has

omitted

Aux.

should

substitute

31.

note).

for

that, in

of,

18.

Gr.

noch,

17.

origin.

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live.

you

name

just ready
smell

25.

i.

as

cross

observe

"

clause,

Compare
36.

either,

is the

following hat,

the

"note

have

first

of

cross

are

33.

head.

over

form

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29.

long

is, your

may
we

78,

12.

of

access

an

sonst

iiiyinto.

of recht.

use

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symbol,

As

opposite, 78,

See
As

with

sion
expres-

that^ expressing

so

the

of

"

Modal

an

"

"

schoolmaster.

Belongs

Note

26.

(" 275).

write.

the

was

doubtful

of

"

11.

with

now

often;

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blessedness

21.

24.

pity.

to

fut.

old-time

17.

heart.

15.
alone

enough
the

77,

her

(" 433).

cannot

on

of

compare,

"

moved

helped.

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and

"

sciences"!).

at

always.

as

10.

herselfup

14.

one

and

(" 439, h), 8. Verb

78,

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ihr, doubtless

what

the
specifically,

20.

English /"w/

must

pronoun

10.

look

to

"

translation,

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reverential

78, 13,

see

idiom

Gr.

7.

all.

b), 3. Alamted

i,

Form?

(supine)

idiomatic

12.

to^ etc.

let well

means,

schreiben.

so

what

"useful

Phrase:

selig

"

English:

the

4.

attributive.

Give

Here

(the

the

(" 486,

ten-pins.
Infin.

b).

pleasing picture

a.

"

13.

of

6.

follows

Gr.

als ?

not

why?

use

Note

dignity.

Why

game

(" 480,

idiom, nearly : of what


of

the

at

Case?

5.

("398,^).

Gr.

2.

if,

as

is, by the ball,

that

"

5 ; wie,

77,

37.

phrase
23, etc.

way^

you

Condition
is

should

"

colloquial,

nt

would
as

v/ie

NOTES,

8o.]

182

80.
1.

Title

St. Hubert's

of

saint

patron
Rhine
or

glaciers.

is

the

3.

hunter's

always

and

loud

benefit

for your

{that),

English
die

from

when,
serious

14.

Here

suited

have

phrase

pers.

18.

with,

and

Lost

old

while

(78,

1.

**deep"
will

the

mehr

("

Made
79,
28.
29.

(in

9.

in

in

would

implies:

34.

25.

^)'

caused
27.

"

haven't

That

Colloquial;

,we

unsl)

i.

is, your
so,

compound,

Gen.

time

Gr.

eine

e.

the

to

trusting

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"

.5* Shall

expresses

that;

thinks

we

deep

say:

it.

22.

Gr.

impatience:
result

about^

gute

Haut,

*a

die

than

30.

Tense

Im-

keep up
idioms
I

The

went.

sion,
digres-

Erwartungen."

c.

you

23.

sort

one

or

nicht
Gr.

on?

26.

war,

of

Case.**
go

the

how

high

to,

For

etc.

is

s.

24.

partitive:
~

16.

Moreover,

don'' t

good

late
trans-

on

"

to

"

would

and

36.

etc., referring to

descriptive, rather
(" 431,^).

it often

as

you

could

luck

to

13.

different

or

(" 292).

that^

was

word

1.

will, try

why

forward.

ein'mal

compounds.

turn.^

do

of

spannt

such

idiomatic

more

doch

he

imitate

steeple
a

follows;

won't

Nobody

only

became

diesem

Ross,

as

17.

4.

Phrase

that

artistic

cannot

church-

imply

also

We

21.

try

"

is

note

but

in comp.,

Haupt

neuter,

7. Compare

for

sentence;

always corresponding
19.

English*

natural,

is

Compare
Note

next

Note

Phrase

drink,

wie.

expect

indeed"

but

vided
pro-

2l'""

by orthography

referring

es

take

the

generic

11.

dieser;

libertyto,

15.

the

also

then

er-.

expect

fellow!

sight of.

of

far

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dist.

is

5. Phrase:

rather

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there

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Emphatic:

force

the

is

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to]

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phrase

relat.

old

Die

another,

should

bub,

"

especially

"

killed.
zu,

is the

mountain

on

es

we

persuasively :

went.

we

reader

430"

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rogue

12).

old

the

away

translate

The

20.

//

8. Die

take

einmar,

idiomatically.

"

Tell

corresponds, finely,gehorsam

hardly

"

could

snow

is here

1. 19,

should

We

he

wagen

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like,

which

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St. H.

wine

ripe

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geht

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note

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ejaculatory*

repented.

es

6.

fellow.

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10.

"

durfte
The

MSre

etc.

of

devil

old

sich) reciprocal,one

For

36.

79,

genitive.

old

the

(hat

4.

Note

(" 351, i).

of

hounds.*

properly

dafern,

"

opposite,
:

lively time.

Gr.

the

Compare

for

name

is

also

clause

heretofore,

As

Latin

Fimewein

is used

Firn

word

the

note

"

2.

sportsmen.

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wine.

Miracle

compare
1. 82.

vow,

fellow,'
of

English /^r/^r^,

our

as

etc.
sort

here-

NOTE$,

84
31.

tofore.
the

Compare

Part

pieces of this

remaining

The

32.

knows

Probably

frequent

"

of

use

(" 465, a).

Gr.

future.

26.

note

IV.

[Part

the old

in

printed

are

orthography.

duction
Intro-

See

Vocabulary,

to

81.
excursion, with

An

valley of the river Use, in the

the

Phrase, like English:

1.
to

following

Merged
to

before I

"

equivalent

6.

jo^Icn (to

7.

Note

shout

heretofore)

depending
" 483)

in

as

the

"

one

naiveti

French

position

is

on

{that)

which

"

"

yet

"

Curves,

or

i.

perhaps
poetic

the

into

e.

touches

21.

of

"

the

Note

precipitous rock,

19.

N.

is rare).
16.

Y.).

gender.

(Leland

translation
what

loss
dat.

the

of

musical

also

"

Use

the

10.

idiom.

relative
15.

See

Gr.

Such

the
17.

indecl.

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loutcr.

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looks
"

20.

etc.

lowing.
fol-

pretty

gives "ringing gleams


antithesis

the

clause

(" 452, a)

there,

eg:

13.

18.

etc.

Part

22.

"

(Gr.

from

8.

note

Refers

plural

borrow

delightedyyet,

natural

music.

ge{))rungen(as

Part,

See

is the

than

simplicity).
the

"

"corduroy."

is construed

nearer

aunts

Note

which

of

Co.,

(maiden)

expressive

out

antecedent

bc8

Applied

fellows

fellow,

11.

native

4.

Our

likewise

We

hence

"

For

bold

following introductory

yet with

"

"

Holt

beyond

are

12.

etc.

"

the

refers
"

pron.

adv.

as

bcffen

noise

more

conception.

(the pi. Imogen

like

of

as

5.

3Jicnge,below,

mode

waves

picture.

account

on

flashing tones

56).

tr.

may

we

personal

had^

bring

to

story, ^rinccffm 3Ife (H.


adv.

if

nativus

(naif, Lat.

frequent,

14.

9. As

sing.,while

English,

down

(" 434, c),

Our

implies
8. Part,

the

in as^

costumes.

2.

Gr.

see

sense.

Gender

(" 480, 4).

colloquial 2^ro6,as

the

distinctive

or

jo! student-fashion)

Gr.

see

mountain

79, 32.

case

gayly variegated

prefix "c*.

collective

For

it.

of

See

i^n, in English supplied

their

in

head."

over

aware

3.

"

the Brocken

mountains.

heels

in collective

students,

German

students, from

Hartz

"

was

Brocken.

is the

nearest

to

party of German

on

here
Such
and

III.,

lofty,

flows.

82.
This
on

her

extract, from
after

his return

home,
1.

The

and

now

adv.

Wilhclm

an

absence.

under
clause

Meister's

Mignon,

Wilhelm's

between

care,

Lehrjahre,
an

is

is related

Italian child

of Gothe's

one

subject

who

and

verb

by
had

most

is

lady
been

to

stolen

charming

irregular.

Wilhelm,
from

creations.
2.

nicht

NOTES.

81-83.]

represents

the

(Compare

like

(from

verbs

terror

5.

Gr.

of

it

11.

See

17.

That

is

silence

the

"

face."

sich

(" 469)

(us)

the

dat.

or

to.

15.

one.

resurrection

the

idea

have

"

by

accus.

16.
of

is,

That

Reflex,

is,

die

reine

HUlle

mortal

case

13.

Here

cine

18.

time

of

ally,
refers, liter20.

be

her

dat.

[one]

were

short

"

Note

angel.

body.
there

1. 23

is, wie

true

referring to

"

10.

wish

out
With-

preferably

"

[could)

is, all shall

felt

S,

pass.

That

the

as

Christo.

Lat.

19.
"

typically,to

English peritct

is akin

invoked

(" 439, c).

or

d).

that

schOnere,

"

there"

see

be

(" 453,

es

till I become

"

then

"

; for

Gr.

is

nur

subj. hiltten,

personal

may

is

(" 475, f).

2.

Phrase

"

mdix^cX,

"

Note

77,

as

trans,

Gr.

poetic for

genung,

of soeben.

3.

legend

often

be

Gr.

See

of

also

"

{they)must

tt

assertion, seemed

I shall

21.

That

the

let

but

hearing.

omitted

a^
"

Knight Rupert
"

from

French.)

usual,

dat. Christe

sense

14.

and

As

Christmas

of

untransl.,

dress, 1. 26

white

is, which

that

in

23.

angel

(Gr. " 445)


to

**

explanations.

often

Elliptical,
an

The

Impers. idiom;

see

Hke

8.

eben

73,

4.

German

II.

77,

"

softens

woUte,

Lilie.

6.

English

in Latin

vogue.

genius

upon

12.

gleichsam

/"

"

Note

dative

This

Gewand.

for

See

happened

collective.

to

7.

entering

idiom.,

why

good

children.

(" 113).
much

geben)

the

verbs

such

Idiorcij if not.

bad

to

after

in hindem.

result

negative

negative

St. Nicholas,

to

of

gehen,

intensive.

"

idea

l3c

Jcne

alike

"face

"

early

"

sorrows.

genug.

83.
A

literatiu-e
are

in

1.

(Gothe's

Pastoral

German

thmkers, upon
und

"Hermann

Epic,

masterpiece

lines

The

Dorothea.")

of German

quoted

dactylic hexameter.

belongs

ein

general
(hence

(vortragen)
such

as

The

in the

criticism

this

the

includes
senses

includes

the

3.

indeed.

(" 469).

the

"

Uberhaupt

^r,

implied

Gr.

poets,

"

note

schrSnken

pronoun.^).

is

condition

to

2.

1. 34.

wOrter,

"

of the foremost

criticism,by one

wilre

foregoing, and

use

we

mean

apprehend.

the

and

then

now.

by style.
6. fust

unreal

as

"

See
H.

4.

potential

or

As

The
75,

in

and

D.

5.
are

lish.
Eng-

English

to

term
i.

ment
state-

pronoun

expressed

French).

than

the

includes

be

cannot

"

Bei-

compare

makes

also

marking

"

in Latin

just

more

than

our

"

foregoing negatives

all that
can

81, 3

subj.

(Cf. like
was

See

and

plural Worte,

Vortrag
sensuous

the

lovers

NOTES,

86

in

the

8.

Part,

has

gegen

13.
in

of

sense

in

latter^

the

beiden,/?r
age

18.

with

reference

23.

These

(hin'mal)
the

to

("

"

is, in

actual

25.

Sabj.

of

fact.

into

one.

ancient

24.

14.

die

constant

art.

schei-

"

For

was,

19.

Hiey

stSrkt

Dep.

on

pred.

becomes

is, of

That

life;
and

youth
with

Connects

26.

purpose.

tion.
percep-

of the
note

Factitive

22.

sense

See

21.

c),

474,

etc.

That

death.

all

alternate

effect, etc.

16.

simplicity of

Gr.

lehrt.

mere

11.

war.

the

"

examples

are

/or

once

"

side

by

rather,

or

"

supply

or

total

the

to

before

entgegen

than

(as in Homer).

D.

Referring

side

"

is, deeper

15.

8,

note

near

That

and

on

As

12.

strengthens for^

it

ecu:h.

life and

"

H.

Dep.

hope

10.
of

which.

17.

20.

{to be).

seem

those

"

kdnnte.

on

(" 236).

Gr.

see

trait

Note

etc.

IV.

grandly.

how

^Av.y

tr.

phrase for dcrVoUmond,

full.

now

is, every

diejenigen

dep.

9. Poetic

whiles

(primitive?)sense

epithets (BeiwOrter)
nen

(" 446). Tr.

moonlight.

of

That

Gr.

moon^

the

here

dark

light and

the

really adj. factitive; but

object.

its

after"

emphasis

with

is

gross

absol.

accus.

usually

"

7.

poem.

[Part

man

1. 50.

lese,

84.
The

physicist, better
1.

Here

the

strict

the

"

Note

Idiom,

As

for
its

The

two

the

Gr.

position

Tropic

"

west

whence

Infin.

here

religionand

to

the

6.

not.

Clouds"

east

"

names?

Note

noun

the

of
"

from

10.

Note

that

constellation

their

been.

That

is,

of

planting
12.
"

When
of

terrestrial
the

of

Gr.

perfect.

to

tracts

nebulous

-had

ascension

corresponding

note

Gr.

"

sovereignty.

right

and

"

"heat-lightning."

our

habit

to

relative,

nebulous

are

the

and

The

tense

"

requires
in

were

The

7.

Belongs

excites

"

omitted).

idiom

(" 460, 5). 13.


from

needs

Magellanic

9.

till.

in America
of

3.

antecedent

fc(5t

and

brother.

art.

"phosphorescent"

frequently, our

symbol

^abcn
*'

is

of

with

(^ebelprage).

reminiscence

personal
11.

not

\,Q.

"

The

of

omission

Construe

called

Way

equally illustrious

his

separation

with

the great traveller

preceding author,

Note

4.

5.

Milky

First

landing, as

used

tt)enn.

order.

early discoverers

The

2.

of

of

than

fcitbcm.

Pole, here

the
8.

America.

14.

rules

South

("463,^).

on

on

order.

like

light

(The

"^Yiv^{Argo Navis).
the

near

conj.

depends

again word
of

in this country

known

as

fie^t,which
by

is by the brother

following extract

South

(" 464).

the

Cross,

properly
star

mines
deter-

longitude.

nomenclature

of

NOTES,

84-85.]

German
of

science

classical

science

derivatives.
15.

texts.

gicmtid^,like
called

part.

de

St. Pierre's

Mauritius,

fan-palm

then

be^

well

of

Gr.

view

known

des

(" 482).

i.e.

"

to the

Its

story.

20.

17.

18.

The

so

Belongs

naked

Latanier

of

use

as

19.

eye,

is laid in the

scene

up

German

also

(excess).

"by

made

in

Note

subject.

uni

etc.

French,

special reading

true

possession.

petite riviere

"la

"

can

mere

French

sense

the

at

"

Note

that

"

bieS is the

"

16.

of

the

or

ours,

need

the

idiom

bictct; offers

to

Bernardin
of

Note

pass.

not, like

"

Hence

pretty,

QMX

perf.

pref.

largely native

is

87

In

Island

is in French

the

Lataniers."

85.
1.

Note

the

absence

idiomatic
form

not

are

"

turned

of

below.

following lines

The

10.

{her)

11.
12.

own,

Note

in fact

is

14.

as

to

the

Remark.

"

common

are

genius
In

this

elaborate

rigorous and
the

Dat.

for there

"

most

the

rather

passive

9.

of

That

is,from
at

aux.

8.

5.

haps
Per-

Predicate

For

other

be*

y^jr/^/^;

6.

intellect.

or

Note
native

\n

say, of Nature.

is to

reason^

general.

ancient

stractions
ab-

the

languages

"

end, especiallyfrequent in

essential

origin,and

of

with

the

chief

glci(^.

to

of

foreign

of the

language.
even

of still

between

profound

is

statement

in German

than

synta;^, the English reader


difference

our

in

SBctlbung, lit. turn,


Tacitus

fundamental

of

it is

yet

its larger inflection

and

i.

the

"

two

true

essentially

or

prepared

English

e.

early

only comparatively
;

its

Mori-

(De

knowledge

is by this time

German

guage,
living lan-

no

il^rcr,
emphatic,

"

historian

Roman

words

many

quality,more

capacity.

let

sense:

it,etc.

say

sources

The

foregoing.

imperative

the

"

the

to

of Ur", native

force

one

has

subj.

infin. idiom

Fig. for

Germanorum)

Germans.

of

the

2.

20.

expressive

so

"

81,

tnutterings ofyetc.

fittingconclusion

English

13.

expression,

form

"prac^e"

Supply
etc.

true

the

omission*

Note

That

See

forms.

these

bus

4.

For

in.

metaphysics

Remark

see

7.

7.

epithets

geft^mcibig is

phrases,

noun

83,

untranslatable.

Such

Remark.

See

by

(factitive) adjs.,as

3.

render,

to

apt.

quite

article.

of

easy

loegtid^,active
best

here

assonance,

its
to

more

nise
recog-

languages

likeness, yet widely different

NOTES.

88

in

development

historical

and

in

external

form.

Hence

the

difficulty

noted

of

translating

this,

however,

from

German

often

so

"

already

IV.

[Part

English.

to

"

of

Outside

that

all

only

in

translation

is

order

lo

learn

not

to

be

and

inadequate,

essentially

how

should

student

the

translate

prepared

now

that

that

learn

we

is,

to

how

the

read

"

not

an

the

less

exercise

is

in

and

for

translation

the

the

valuable,

mother

sake

tongue,

of

which,

not

only

which

through

largely,

as

we

should

to

means

alone

study

to

we

an

can

them.

understand

translate

to

Yet

original.
end,

learn

but

other

also

as

guages,
lan-

NOTES.

90

these

use:

5.

As

than

mc^r.

The

style

is careless,

tDCrbe.

Gr.

14.

Note

the

in

as

13.

All

etc.

"

t)or

would
As

if after

your

12.

money

that

has

100

fiir.

were

be

more

marks
Now

for

wish

the

indecl.

playful

(?),might

obcr.
itjaS

"

tion
admoni-

regularly

more

in German.

article

ho

9.

is,for

perhaps

Gr.

period

That

"

repeated.

comparative,

like

apposition, ba jj

with

The

be

now

else

or

forms

V.

biefcShas

"

is in

clause

(?). 8.

see
iviirbe,

"

remember

(?)

Gr.

bo5rish letter.

(?)either

fuller

dat.

11.

one\,

dress,

in

economy

following

following

frequently.

for etttJaS,
as
to

the

Indef.

10.

the

"

"

Gr.

regularly be omitted,

Supply l^attcjl
7.

3.

only.

tone

should

JU

now.

ordinal

abbreviated

hy

("379)*"

6.

(?).

then

common

Gr.

pref.
Gr.

omitted.

4.

things,

two

sep.

CtitJaS

fut. will

dist. from

English,

[Part

88.
Lessing,

years

be

understood

must
^{iSit

1.

of time

Gr.

when,

Gr.

constr.

part,
form,

5.

of

9.

repetition

note

"

The

bin.

87, 6.

See

letter

is to

logically,unt

would

from

literaryor
13.

of
as

her

sheer

17.

own.

we

say

be

so

The

properly

his

Note

that

Optative

good andy

For

ever

the

subj.

7.

the
Older
more

This

dom
free-

idiomatic
12.

bag.

Emphatic

colloquial sense

"

Idiom,

us

unknown

last.

centers.

monotony

accus.

infin. would

stand

10.

social

the

is ironical.

sense

epistolary style.

to

heretofore.

jcfet. 8.

for

reminds
SlngctCflcn^eitcn

gu ;

the

"

(.?) 2. The

Refers

frequently

regularly bicfer. 15.

more

Gr.

4.

gu.

as

form

again

of mofl.

affairs

business

with

be

old

where?

um

deprive of

to

remote

sense

Would

14.

Ueb.

idiom,

infin.

The

Wolfenbiittel,

At

i^t is

"

stand
of

sense

Idiom,

belongs

order

word

6.

Gr.

regularly follow.

In

Impers.

(?).

see

rare,

now

would

"

3.

(?).

above.

something

to

Wolfenbiittel.

at

wife,

future

11.

old, is Librarian

46

now

16.

so.

lady
Gr.

was

of

Belongs
widow,

(?). 18.

More

etc.

89.

friendship between

The
fruitful
Schiller

that

Kis

to

impressions of
1.
can

As
use

we

existed

ever

friend

Schiller

and

between

Korner, father

two

of

men

was

of

perhaps

genius.

the poet

the

The

of Nos.

most

intimate

following

letter

61, 62, gives his

own

and
from
first

Gothe.

say,

this

Gothe

without

adj. only

art.

in

last S.

fern.

4.

2.

In

Here
this

height
sense

"

geht,

nach

tvalks,

often

3.

follows.

We
5.

NOTES.

8^-90.1

Colloquial phrase
dass,
k5nnen
6.

include

The

(?), idiom

note

Reise

literature.

here
of

implied
down

truthfullynoted

verb:
the

to

idiom.,

ahead

one

two

12.

of me.

present;
indef.:

our

the

.for

same

formed

that

11.

men.

hence

with

cannot

conclude

in

often

Dep.

union, and
with

or

"

time, meaning
and

Impers.

reflex,

be drawn.

can

"6,

sities,
diver-

very

voraus

13.

sentiment

of

of

See

fruitful for

bond

expressions

8.

the

conclusion

no

or,

hiltte

This

was

on

als

10.

the

force.

intensive

7.

life,most

yet it

with

"

(" 487).

87, 9.

as

facts

later

Thus

Gr.

Gothe's

in

(?)

tOy etc.

me

position.

by Schiller,

benefit, between

mutual

light of

the

the

not

heretofore, Gr.

as

epoch

an

87, 3"

curiously interesting in

too

Note

was

9. See

alles

infinitives.

both

Italienische

German
is

88,

compare

6.

much,

pretty

"

igX

90.

letters mark

following two

The
furnish

instructive

an

1.

Wohlgeboren

used

address

on

to

was

form,

Gr.

see

3.

No

84,

(Life
'*

literature

second
abbr.

Usual

at

pi. Euer,

in

senses

of

10.

more

for

associated

Ewer,

be

will also

They
of

formalities

regular.

("

spondence
polite corre-

which

is

Honor,
with

the

with
Note

Case.

Gr.

6.

also

sec

them.

11.

the

Nos.
8.

Ew.
Gr.

am

83,

the
successor

wichtigsten

as

Gothe
decl.
of

Sie,

great
abbr.

now

the
etc.

Professor

of

position

would

"

guished
distin-

was

as

says

German

use

Other

Note

Duke

between

first

only
9.

of

pi. Ihren,

occurs

part,

the

without

"

93, 94.

(?).

the

ing
part, follow-

technical

third

Schiller's

was

pi. verb.

(?).

Here

prefix

periodical,

union

mentioned,

names

For

all students

the

founding

as

The

to

of

"

to

ways

Note

second

third,

titles.

many

2.

constr.

Horen

following regular

the

the

Die

referred to.

etc.

Of
;

attrib.

the

"

4.
in

ordinary title,

an

"

Councillor

Privy

was

i)

417,

is still

of official rank.

person

all,perhaps,

for Herren.

earlier

zu.

relation.

Esq. {abbr. Wohlgeb.).

(?). Gothe

note

Phrase:

Jena

memorable

of

most

5.

afterwards

were

*'

metaphysician

History

the

extent

our

condensation.

title, like your

noun

as

of

Gothe)

but

"

Schiller.

earlier
7.

of

less

tp

to

Gr.

art.

(Gr. ?) gives great


Lewes

of

example

of letters, etc., like

(?),and

of Weimar.

as

and

"

is intensive, addressed

Hoch-

and

amusing

us

closer

day.

that

at

and

of

beginning

the

"

men

the
also

perhaps

NOTES.

192

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fully given

are

"ebvauc^

had

be

These

Germany.

,r9te()eln uub

can

according
schools,

Prussian

apply,

they

9ted)tfc^ret6uu()"jitm
which

the

in

printed

are

type

"

always

etc.

"reuel,

feting,

(let^, bcudfttc;

others.
^

i,

not

ie, not

ie,

in

but

i, in gic6, gicbjl, giebt, and

added

in

Single

vowel

ging, ^ing

png,

bar

plurals
for

like

double

(Sarfdiaft),

^niee,
vowel

"

verbs

in

"ceen,
in

like

Slmtcccn^

"

@d)af^

$crb,

"Siiax,

^erbc,

"(^06,

go"

((ofen),

"tar,

Sofung,

aSagc,

Wla%,

aSarc,

etc.

flubiercn,
etc

etCc

The

following

distinguished by spelling:

are

"

giber, fibre.

giebcr,fever,

"eifcl, hostage.

"t\%d,

gib, lid.

2icb,

grayish.
f)rdu(i(!6^

greuUd), terrible.

9Ra^i'e,

9Rare, story.

mare.

StiC ^O'^^-

"tiel,

(insep.),against.

toiber

11^,in

mien.

words

German

a) Initial,

(sep.), a^a/Vi, eta

toieber

1^is

where

mark

handle.

CONSONANTS.

II.

i, not

song.

Wlitnt,

w/"/r.

9Rine,

scourge.

vowel

long

radical

not

b)
c)

suffix

the

In

Final

Seil, 2^ier^

(short);

but

tl^un,

etc.

etc.
"igentum, Sfeid^tunt,

-turn:

medial,

or

to

necessary

2^au, taucn,

3^urm
teucr, tocrteibigen,

%i)ai, ^ox,

or

as

Slrntut, Slot, xoi,

3Kut,

ratctt, Sltent,tnieten,SBirt (short),etc.

f^ not
%,

in all German

^^,
"^

not

the

in

compounds

pronoun

inbe^,

wc^^alb,

words, except

And

etc.

Sp^eu.
bedroec^en,be^^alb,

the

in

-ni"
suffix]

(but

etc.
plural -ntjfe): "Icic^ni", "Icic^niffc,
Note.

M,

t, not
I for

c in

Roman

{,

in

in

Srot, Srntc, "c^ttjcrt,tot (adj.), tfitcn,etc.

"

type,

foreign words

many

be

must

gg.

as

^anoii, forrcft,fonfrct,

Sotiiunttion,furfio,etc.
j for

in

foreign words

many

fionjevt, etc.
naturalized,

while

c is retained

III.

The

use

to

of
nouns

in
;

as

Offijicr, ^vo.jcg,

others,

many

not

so

ftiUy

^ocent, focial,etc.

more

closely than

CAPITALS.

capitals is limited,
and

as

words

used

strictly
as

nouns.

tofore,
here-

VOCABULARY.

103

ABBREVIATIONS.

In

the

cases

some

ambiguity

abbreviation

same

is

in different

but

senses,

accusative, accent.
adjective.
tuij'.f
adv.f adverb, adverbial.
,

int., interrogative.

inir,, intransitive.

0r/., article.

irr., irregular.
literally.
lit,,literal,

attrib.,attributive.

M.,

antec.y antecedent.

auxiliary.

c/., confer,

(verb)" like brennen,

mixed
,

noun.

n.,

compare.

"

composition.

comparative.

neut.y

neuter.

nam.,

nominative.

num.,

numeral.

cond., condition, conditional.


conj.y conjunction.

ofy'.,object.

constr.y construed, construction.

ord., ordinal.

omitted.

{nn.,

decl.y declension.

/. , past (tense).

de/.y definite.
dem.y demonstrative.
""?/.,dependent.

part.,

participle,participial.

Pers.f

person,

eUriv.y derivative, derivation.


diff.ydifferent,difference.
dint.y diminutive.

Poet;

P" p., past participle.


Pr,, present,

pronounce.

Prep,, preposition.

example.

pron.,

y.,
/act.f factitive.
familiar

pronominal.

pronoun,

prov., provincial.
reft.,reflex., reflexive.

feminine.

rel.,reiat., relative.

(colloquial).

^g., figurative.
/oil.,following.

remark.

rem.,

\., fein (auxiliary).


S., strong (verb).

/r., from.
/ut., future.

sent.,

genitive.
grammatical.
^., I^a6en (auxiliary).

"^en.,

est, that

sentence.

Sep., separable.

sing-.,singular.
subj,, subjunctive.

gram.,

e., id

pronoun,

prefix.

^'/iPKf'i

excl.y exclamation.

t.

poetic.

poss,, possessive.

dir.y
dist.ydistinction,distinguished.

/am.,

personal.

pl',Plur., plural.

direct.

ex.y

"

is.

"

subject.

imper., imperative.
impers., impersonal.

trans., transitive,translate.

ind., indicative, indirect

u.,

unb.

n.,

non.

tndec,

tr., transitive,translate.

indeclinable.

inde/, indefinite.

IV., weak

indie., indicative.

w.,

OTHER
The

sign

The

sign

The

sign

The

with modified
sign "*,the same
sign ; affix of composition.

The

indicates

....

"

-,

etc.

masculine.

tn

coll.fcollective.
cotnp.f compound,
"

no

inf.,injin,, infinitive.
insep., inseparable.

(construction).

"ibs.,absol.t absolute

aiex.y

only where

tndir., indirect.

abb.f abbreviation.

ace.

used

arise.

can

repeat

words

204

NOTATIONS.

intervening.

title word.

affix of inflection

),words
or

or

(verb).

with.

derivation.

to

be supplied

; or,

unusual

old forms.

], words

to

be omitted

; or,

gical
etymolo-

remark.

vowel.
Accent

'

principal;

secondary.

206

VOCABULARY.

Witt, m,ypl.
%XB^, "., //. 'cr, office.
eagle.
Kffe^m.i monkey.
fUt^ adv.y sep.prf.,on, onward, along;
ftdn^fn.ypl.-en, ancestor, grandfathei; prep, dat., at, on, near, by, along;
^ttX, ffi.y the same,
of
and
to, towards, on (to),
acCf
"

"

to forebode,
ft|lt-en^

suspect ; -ttltg,

various

in idioms.

senses

to offer.
f.f foreboding, suspicion; -ttttg^saiiBteteii,
000^ suspicious,anxious.
9ltt(H(f^
sight,look, view.
m.,

like,similar
ftJinUili^

votional,
deWb^i^i, /., devotion; ailllJlli)Hg,

{dot.),

ti^r-"f/" (of grain);-VxAfi^pn.,

devout,

ear

(wheat)field.
Hft/ m,ypl. -c, act (ofa play).
all^all, every, any ; attc^,"., everything,
com

{sometimes) everybody;

aitbet^other;

[sbenfcm]

next,

second;

adv.f else, otherwise, Indeed


(at an) other

time;

anberd,
; sntal

where.
-^stDOy else-

-c*

to offer ; as "., offer.


ail^etlneHeil,
%n\^Vi,m ,pl.^/attack ; -en, to fall
-eilMtfiniCtt,
everywhere;-ftsbingfi^
by all means,
surely; *et'|llttbf on, attack.
of all kinds, all kinds
-tX^XxXp
of; tofttttg^
^C,beginning;
"?.,//.
anfaiigd,

ntal/ -e*Jfit^at

ail

times, always ;

sgcmeilt^general, universal;

sge*

omnipotence;
IOttIt^/^,almightiness,

^ial^rlif^/
yearly, annual

; sju, too

{alsoin comp.),

"

adv.^ at first;-en^
in
fangltd)^

begin;
beginning.

the

to lead on,
anfttdreil/
to fill up.
atifitOeit^

to

aiU

deceive.

allet"^^".
//. sup, prf, (of all); angebeH/to allege,assign,indicate.
finest of all,exceedinglyfine. dttSClfltf
/r., to relate to, concern;
sfctnfi^
to begin, start.
iXi"\Xl! alone, only; conj.ybut, yet.
intr.^\.,
[att+ cin,with changed accent. '\
Slttgel,
m., pi.
(also/),fish-hook.
,

"

Wll^/.,/"/.-en
; alp ; bic-cn,the Alps;
-(ns|agCt^
fft'i Alpine (or mountain)
al^^ as, than, (else)than

"

affair,

[.licgen.]

an'gClielimVacceptable, agreeable,

hunter.

inversion

^U'gfle^geitltHt
/"" business,

; with

when

(=al8 tDCmi),as if;

"

['iic^mcn.]

ob, ^nger# /".,//.


"

if; sbaUl^Immediately; angefel^CIt,


/. /.

iDeiui; as

grass plot ; lawn.

as

fluential.
respected, inadj.",

9tWXf\t then.
nance;
alfO/so, accordingly,therefore, then, ^tt'gefilJtV
"., //. -er, face, countein presence
im
[att+ io.]
of; to
bie
face,
one's
ancient;
old,
ttlfc
Slltcn,(often)
[^fe^en.]
"

the ancients.

seize on,
ttllgrcif-eil/to

altar.
Wtttr',w.,//.''rc,

WXfXp n.ypl.
age,

am

grow

"

age, old

to

age;

-n, to

old; -t(lt)ttm,
".,

quity;
anti-

exert

one*s self ;

attack ; reJUx.^

""tXi^f
pr. part,

adj.,injurious.
"^fanxiety,alarm
Wtt0fl//"/^-

(relics). gen^ to distress,alarm;


//. *mcr, antiquities
anxious, alarmed.
for an bem.

; Ottg^i*
illigf|tti|

VOCABULARY,

to
Oltgltifeit,
peep
to
Otitolieil,

at, look

have

hold

intr.,

aitf|IUlIeit^spit

flltflaitll^
m.,

follower.

fto(c)t).]anflarrcn,

(on a door).
anUo|lfeiI,
tie
form
to
(on),
Olldtiitlfftl^
connect,

to

or

stare

at.

gen.,

instead

to stick
Qltfteiletl,

(by union).
arrive;

anfteleil,to

depend

to

to

announce.

[slegenj

exertion,

f.,to
iVf/r.,
anlaitgflt,

arrive

tr.,

\iQ^

"

of

ing.

"

; to

light.

suit, please
[make.

to
anftelletl^

appoint

fdtloge,/." plan, constitution, disposition, anflrettg-rit,

employ,

; arrange,

strain, exert;

-ttltg,

effort.

to

t[llt(t)cil/
share, interest,
^-y

(a

antltun, to put

on

(UttiTfantique,

ancient.

pathy.
sym-

to.

plan, constitute

Q, to

gun)

of;

fire to,

set

on,

hesitate

to

Oltlfgf

decent.

{dat.).

on).

anftitlb-CII^
-\%t%

relate

propriety,

infln.finstead

gii, w.

"

rangement,
ar-

["PeUc"J

standing,

tlU^ait,
prep,

knock

{*,to

at.

or

delay; fUtffftltbig,
proper,

9lllbdbe,/., elevation,

(auf, acc,^

on

preparation.

hill,

-Ig,

ttltflalt^
/.,//. -en, establishment,

to begin.
Otiltelien,

mtfommetl,

sight, view

(gen.), [-fe^enj

lasting.

fdl^fitlger,
adherent,
m.,

to

sight

P^' -en,
of
to

to

-tXi^, pr. part

adj.ycontinuous,

in

(clothes).

on

continue

on,

tlnfi^t A

at.

to restrain, stop
aitl^a(t--eit^

207

; to

put

aim

(clothes).

on

9[nmut(l^), /.,

; to

charm;

grace,

-|g,

to
Ottttf ]|meit,

accept, receive,

antltt^etl,

take

to

gen.^
to

dress

call

anrittren,to
an

assume

interest

in.

up,

to, appeal

to intrust, confide.
an'Unrtrait^eit,

onjielen,to
behold.

on,

on

on,

fasten

on,

out

to

or

draw

attract

on,

(clothes); reflex, to

regard;

at,

pi,

clothes),

at.

anfflttlfillgettl,
to impregnate,
look, regard;

ad.

announce,

; to

dress

put

one's

self.

9[ltjUg, m.y

affix.

look

out,

strike
to
aitf(l|logflt^

Unfelflt/to

(place),

vertise.

look

cry

(a person).

answer

to
point
aitjfigeit^

to.

hai,

anff^rden,to

-en^

answer;

%Xiyi^\p/., number.

to.

touch.

attffl^flUf
Q^ to

{dot.),to

offer.
with.

meet

-en,

anioefeitll,
present

deck.

to address, speak
aitrctieit^

tMS,/or

hit upon,

Unt'tllOtt,/., //.

anrufeit, to

face.

to
[na^er, antreffflt,

/, approach,
fdi'nat'erttiig,

reflex, w,

n.,

fdttrag,m., pL "-tfproposal,

graceful,charming.

comp.\

%ntVi%,

(clothes).

suffuse.
as

n.,

able.
considerOtlfelttl(t((,

^t,

dress,

suit

(of

[sgic^eiu]

apothecary
I^Hltje'fe,/.,
9[(l(ietit^
fn.t appetite.

ttqua'^tor,
m.,

shop.

equator.

equinoctial.
aqniltoettal^

$n\t%tn,

to

propagate

set

on,

affix, apply;

(flowers).

to

%Xht\i,f',pl'
work,

labor.

-"n, work,

labor

-fit,to

2o8

VOCABULARY.

^, bad,

atjl, comp.

cunning,

ttrger,

"IiRtg,UltflfBf
Q^

*".,

%Vi%mt'^XA,
^iwi/. ^

anger;
to

-n,

anger.

vex,

arm.

-ttt(|),/.,
poverty;

poor;

armltdl^ poor,

kind, sort,

good,

the

on

stop,

anffiinlen,to

(with

aitfUfen,

to

anfmaibf

ll#to open

pick

reJUx.^ to get

take

notice, attend

-fom, attentive; -fontfett/,

manner;

fdtfnilltlllf^admission,

tlft/f".,//. %

branch, bough.

9[t(|)em,

breath;

^M

aitfnrtmen,

at(i)meit,

to

tDer, luaS

even;

ob

menn,

who-,

"

...

and

also

upon,

ticCf
"

gu, up

"

down

and

that,

prep,

to

itilb ab, up

in

senses

at ;

on,

phrases

idioms;

ouf '^0.%in brder

aitfliT(4^V#^^

bloom

break

up

(up), flourish.
or

open

intr.,

i.,to (begin to) dawn.

f[uf'etlt|att\
"*.,//. -e,

aitfre((t,
upright,
OUfrel|eit,to

up,

sweep

up;

quickly.

erect.

in

arrange

row,

stay, sojourn,

to

string.
to
aitfretteit,

tear

Ottfrt4t--eit,
to

to

quickly.

open,

open

up,

erect;

set

upright,

rise ; -tg,

reJUx,^

honest.

slit open.

to

essay.

Hefecn.]

auff^auen,

to

look

up.

knock

raising,erection;

weaver's

sBonnt,

up,

beam,

raise,

-tlif

to

riw/r.,to

erect;

rise.

abode.
to bring
OUf'ergie^^eit,

\.,to
auffatteit,

up,

fail upon,

to cut
auffll^tietlieit,

rear.

strike

(the

f.,to

to

to
fiuffe^etl^

fly up.

oitfjitegeti,
to

auffeMn^

look

up,
up;

or

-et,

open.
".,

seer,
over-

inspector.

attention).

aufgeben,

gather

9[ltff^lQ0r
m.fpi.%

start, open.

aufbammern,

adorn.

up,

rise up

up.

9[ltffQl^r
tn,pL ^t, composition,

sit up..

up,

to

open.

flttfilU$fn,
to dress

aufri^fn,

etc.

f./to
Onfblttlieilr

to

"

dot., upon,

attfMriBen, f.,to stay

\"

to, for, against, after

on,

various

in

(open), upon,

begin;

up,

receive.

admit,

though.
to
if,alattftaffen^

even

"

sep.pref.y up

reception.

aufjlflaitjeil^
to plant, set

^"^^/" of pain.
^ttlfl^/

adv,

arouse.

up,

take

to

reflex.^to

on

cheer

to

to peck
anflltlleit,

breathe.

OUf,

tion.
atten-

[*nc^mcn.]

!!#./""effcn.

what-ever

nice.

Wie,/, ash(es).

aui!^/also,

up,

start.

anfmuntettl,

click).

gather.

up,

tKtjt "".,//. ^e, physician.

ail/ oh

abolish.

back.

cease.

open

attfmerf-eit^to

pitiful.

~cn,

-ig^ kind,

to
-Ctdj, anfidren,

arithmetician.

tn.,

fltm^"".f//.-C,

Sfcdpf-tpi'

lift up, put away,

to

anfioileit,
to take

vexation,

vexatious, angry

Otm,

vexations

deceitful.

give

up,

surrender;

go

reflex.^to
aitfftl^en,to

assign, impose.

f.,to
aufgeleil,

to

up,

rise, open.

horse).

set

on,

sit

put on,

compose;

(a horse).

mount
on

\.fto

mount

(a

VOCABULARY,

to stretch
attff)iettetl,

ttttdlatieit,
to unload.

open.

auffjltiltgett,
1v to spring
auf^elen,
f.,to stand up,

fly open.

up,

rise, get up

U
fUtfffetg-eit,

to

ascend,

up,

go

(up) ; -ait9,/.,ascension.

aufftrSftl/ to

auftragen,

set

to

flx.

erect,

up,

lay

up,

carry

drive

anf mo^eti, U

to

aufmeifett,tr.,

wake

aufjallen,to

to

count

(game).

up.

leave

completely,

make

to

out,

-c", //. -en,

Sep,

(through-)

eye

out,

finish

amount

out

reckon

to,

-etls

forth,

out,

prep,

dat.,

of

and

"

of,

out

various

call

OUiSbttten,to beg for,

ask

accomplish,

exclaim.

out,

mtdf^enfeilrto

out.

out, retail

pour

send

to
mtdfltlafcit,

finish

to
aitdf^Iagen,

strike

forth;

sleeping.

{intr.\ to shoot

audf^neilieil, cut
%VA\t^}X%p

for.

Olt0bdrretl,tr, orintr., f.,to

dry

out,

att^OlIeit,

out,

utter.

to

press

forth.

out,

carve.

exhaust.

out,

[4cl)ic6cn.]

expression \-%%'^t^,

expressive;

put

pi, "ffe, committee.

m,,

intr.y
HUlffllftl,

parch, wither.

refuse

out,

to

(drink).

dispatch.

out,

to

%Xi9tXVA, m.^pLH,

late.
calcu-

ttttdru^en,
to rest.

draw
ait"fibO)lfCtt,

idioms.

express,

(out),

perform,

to
^tltgeldtl,
WA\tivSitVi,

frf.,

because

to
aitdredjineit,

to pluck
attlru|ifen,

dim,

senses

attdma^^n,

audntfeit, to

up.

h\\d, twinkling, moment;

in

furnish.

(of play).

"., gen.

from, by,

leam

to

aitdrt^tcn^ to

up.

flttf
jitg, !".,//.^c, procession, parade,

t]t"^ adv.y

vent

up.

grow

n.y

let out,

omit.

learning.
serve

on,

start

up,

wake

auf mai^fen,
j.,to

%n^-t,

9[ltds

parts;

decide.

to
fntftreiben^

act

foreign

n.y

latltltr/
fn.^ foreigner.

auKernen,

(a table).

dress,

%VA\wa^f

ttUlIoffen,to

(from bed).

mount

209

as

".,

look,

to

look,

from

"

pear
ap-

appearance.

antrit^ adv., without,


Don

seem,

the

on

outside;

without.

an^fairen, f.,to
to
attSfrOfieit,

drive

^Xi^tXpprep. "/aA, outside

out.

question

amine.
(fully),ex-

besides, except

OUdfit^nil^to

out,

carry

execute,

plain.
ex-

of, beyond

beside
jtc^,

"

self; i\^^,prep,

of, without,

gen.

one's

side
{or dat.), out-

ordinary.
extras|irl)ent(t4/

fv to
ttUlgelieitf

go

out,

proceed, issue, auj^er^comp.


bo5

end.
to dig
ttttdgrabett,

out.

^r., to endure, bear; intr,,


ttUlllttlten,
to

hold

out, suffer.

to
anSfleiXieil,

WOAW(^VX,

to

undress.

laugh

at.

adj.,outer, external,
"

c,

the

sup. adj., utmost,

terior;
ex-

exterior; -fl,

extreme

usually

adv., extremely, very.


to
aitlff
j^eit/

set

out,

expose.

f[tt"fl(^t,/,//.
-en, view,
to
speak
aitlf^ireibeil^

prospect.

out,

utter,

pro-

VOCABULARY,

2IO

nounce;

9u0f)int4/

utterance,

decision.

to spit
atti9ftltt(feit,

audfterbeit^U

out,

a^'., extinct,

/ar/.

audsttllen^to

deserted.

WA\U!6^tU,

seek

to

to
mtdtl^ttlt,

out, extend.

stretch

practise,

com*

to
ViUiydi^XiVX,

tr.,
ait")te|etl^

to

f.,to

out.

out.

pay

mark

(dotbes)

(money).

invest

out,

put

select.

out,

exercise,

to wash
aitlttiaf4eit^
oudgcfliirBeti,

to stuff.
aitdR0|ifeit,
to
HUdflredfftl^

drain.

out,

mit

spit.
;

drink

to

anlttHfll/to

die out

to

andtrinfen,

/^-

*"""

off, take
undress

reflex,^to

off,

move

distinguish.

out,
draw

ofl

I'/^r.,

remove.

^.
P^' ^e, brook,

SHoibr^M

'Ieitl#

stream,

Sanilt, m.,//. ^e, tree,

baker.

m.,

bier.

Slater^ tn,

{pL

-n), Bavarian

also

; -n,

soon

"

batb,

now

Be-, insep.prf.^with

active

9al!e(lt)/iw., //.
9otte(n)/

(anb//.,

tpL

-n,

balcony. [French.]

-e,

ffi.,//.-n, bale

(of goods).
ribbon

tie

-en,

(commercial) bank).

"*."

bear.

merciful,
Iiftttll|ft3't||#

-feit,/."mercy,

[French]
charitable

^^en,

".,

batt'fli/to
m^ygetu

build,

bethink

n.t

ficant, important,

n.y

(i^ -n) ; //.,

-n

indicate,

adj.f signi"

considerable.

fbtWnippart,

ai

servant.

condition.
8e)lilt0lt11g,/M

belly.

(a farm);

out,

-tUt^, P^' part,

serve

self, reflect;

hesitation; -It^r

reflection,

to

consider;

on,

one's

point

penny.

till

think

as

Bebfenen,

/^- "'^fpaunch,

-^

reflex, to

mean;

"

cover.

^"Vw.; (ftlfUt-Ctl/ to

bass-viol.

S3o$etl^w., //.

regret, pity.

doubtful.

Hat,/-, bitten.

Sfllt^/ ^M

to

["ben"

use],

in

thoughtful,

(arttgrbearded.
SaJfi^iU^/*

to

hi^tdtn,

charity.

Sart, w.,//. ^C, beard

beaker.

cup,

to
bftlftlf-ftlf

Sorliif t'/fn .|//.-c, barber.

reply to(acc).

n.f basin.

(a/so ht'^mttn,

(civil)officer.

n,,

Icn ; bfid^tig
not
bench

usually

"

thoughtful, deliberate
Iie)ia4tt0f

{also ^t, volume).

fBunf, /'* //. "^P/bank,

-cn^

as

(eant'ttlinrteit/to
answer,

fBtdtU,

"

timid.

anxious,
Iiait9(f)r

//.

various

(flif11/ to tremble.

^ti^tXfm.,

binben.

"i.,//.-c, bond,

Sat,

trees;

force.

"

SffUnt/ adj,

rafter.

beam,

9flll)l/".. //. ""cr,band,

pL

of

fttlllQe,/)
balb

then.

")lf"|I,

cotton.

Salf Olt% m

seed

-nS, //. -n,

^if".

beam

large pole; =ftme(tl)r"".,

iw.,//.%

Bavaria.

(alb/

same.

Ca|te,/.,

".,

-^sinaitll, //.

peasant;

sUtltf /^"

fi.f dim*

^MtXp

farmer,

-et^

[or ~),

8e)irait0tiid{old -nig), /., //. -fft


affliction,distress.

VOCABULARY.

to need,
(ebitrf-en,

-nil

(old nig),

lack

to maintain,
(gen, or ace.)] lie(Qtt)ltfn/

//. -ffc, need,

".,

211

want.

assert.

be^enb^Ce),
quick, adroit.
bel^er^bergen,
to lodge, shelter.

6e-f |ren, to honor.

bcbtttfam^ watchful,

ht-ttt\%m, to bury.

bdf adv., Sep. pref., by,

Seete,/., berry.
Scet, ".,//.

S3efr(I,

command,
in

(of garden).

command;

m.y

among

-eit, S.,

commend,

to

[fcl^lennot

use.]

one's

self, be

Jbefragen,
to

(in health,

etc.)-

bfibrtngf
n,

beibe, //., both, (the) two;

satisfy;

appease,

\t%M,

Mm,

reflex,,to
(egebeilr

betake

[ge^reu

in

not

begierig,desirous,
in

in

not

"., desire

or

fn.

befall

meet,

gegen,

sire,
de-

to

[gtnnen

not

accompany;

[=lci* Settrag,

escort.

(eglit^en,
to bless.

Settttttf
to

one^s

content

"egtiff,"".,idea;im
the

point

begtnten, to

of

"

to

\l\^VXtVXpto

Sdniort/

"

ing.

-enb, pr,

retain, preserve.

persist,continue.

part,

stand

by,

assist

(dot,),

""."

//" %

contribution;

contribute.
^M

accession, co-operation.

n,,pl. ^cr, adjective,epithet.

gu,

acquainted;

quaintance(ship).
bffonittten/ilr,,to get, obtain, receive;
j.(dat-),to suit; gut, tDOljt

intr,,
to

treat.

gum",

acquaintance; -f^aft/y*} ac-

n.,

as

stand.
under-

greet.

to keep,
beJ^Hltftt/

betanbeln,

bite

to

ht\ViXiVii,part.
adj.,known,

[genug.]

to bury.
Iiegra6en,
Ifgreifen, to comprehend,

on

example;

bury.

fbtX^VXtXpflicontribution.
-f tt, to

bfgnjlgfn, reflex,

/^^.y^v

away,

ad;., biting, bitter.

betffeben,to
attend,

put

Seifjliet
".,//"-?/
hti^-^Vi,S.,

greedy.

ten.]

self,

together.

for example.

use.]

eager,

-nng,/-! attendance,

adj.,accompanying,

leg, bone.

-e,

beif^nffcn^to

use.l

(eglett-en, to

proach,
ap-

almost.

(dat,). betfammen.

use.]

; -en,

begin,

^S*.,to

near,

(dat.).

at

for bci bem.

betnabt/

[9egncn,/r.

come

pr. part,

self, ^t\n, n.,pl.

one's

go-

begegneit, f., to

f.^ to

enclosed.

adj\, gifted.

part

applause.

get

betUegfnb^

bcibc",n,

(of two).

sing., each, either

-Ult0^y-tsatisfaction.
to feel, handle.
ieful^Ien,

(egtnnen,

in

senses

bring forward, impart,

to

beifommen,

free, liberate.

set

to
lefrfetltg-eil,

^t%t^X,

various

idiotns,

Sfifatt, m.,

question.

to

(eftCttn,

in, with,

at,

near,

and

"

beside;

near,

impress (on, dat.),

to
(efinlieit,
find; usually reflex,, to

find

dat., by,

prep,

-c, bed

cautious.

"

(one) good;

do

hard

fc^lec^t

with.

to deplore, pity.
beflagett,

belaben,

to

load.

to

"

go

VOCABULARY,

212

IBtlatlg^
tn.,

bffibTHIl-flt^to

importance.

amount,

describe;

scription
-ttltg^ de-

ht\thi,Part. adj.y lively,animated.


(with

load

bt\t%tU,to overlay,

alty).
pen-

to
bef^nHkigeit,

bef^ttten,to
(eleu^t-eil/to

light

-ll(J, troublesome,

-ttng/ illumination.

take

benel^meit^to

behave

(enej^eit,to

(dat. from)

as

behavior.

".,

to

bethink

one's

comfortable

accommodate

self, submit;

possession;

to
^tXttB^XL-tXit

to

-eu,

sess.
pos-

wages.

calculate,

-^, adv^

especially.
befonneit, /. /.,

bcfmncn,

discreet

thoughtful,

as

adj.,

-|eit,y.,

cretion,
dis-

self-possession.

comfort.

convenience,

-Ull^feitf
/",

reflex.,to

accommodate;
one's

self,

{gen.).

befOlttieY,special, peculiar

bf ffttfni^ convenient,
to

conquer.

befinueil/reflex.,to

iSefoIllung,/.,
pay,

-ttttg, /,

observation.

-fn,

{dot.).

of.

use

observe;

(eob^a^t-eilr to

broom.

93efil|^,
m.,

use,

burdensome
to

"

reflect, remember

wet.

make

be

difficulty;

view, inspect

to

to
befiegen,

away

foUcn, to

-tttig, SHefen, m.,

observation.

/., temark,

reflex. to

notice;

remark,

to

"

befelen,

adj., beloved.

belif(t^part
htmH^-tXi,

bfnit^fn^

(to);

like; tntr,y please

to
(eltelieil,

protect.

9efdj|tlier-)ie,
/, trouble,

illuminate;

up,

accuse.

compute;

bf fUTgeit^
to

fb^H/to
bef|ltf

-ttllg,/.,calculation.

for, manage,

care

discuss

procure.

reflex.,to

verse.
con-

entitle.

authorize,
to
Iitt(ibti0(llr
mountain
/,
"erg, m.,
; s|altie,

t^vX,
S.,
((fgeit,

to

mountain-valley.

n.y

hide, conceal.

Heteit'/ ready;
-en,

ready,

Itrflftl,S.y

tr.,

(ettt^ren, to

or

already;
prepare;

inform.

report,

intr., f.,to

burst.

beftarfen,to strengthen, confirm.


befle|en,tr., to undergo ; intr., to
(auf, on), consist

gaze

celebrated.

befitmmetl,

to

order,

appoint.

to hammer,
(ff^Iageit,
befl!^Uef
eil/ to close,

to.

(ahorse).

end, resolve.

clip.

smear.

to

pray.

-Itngr f"t observation,

present
shoe

streak,

to observe,
contemplate;
bftrttlbt-tit,

at, behold.

make

befhrdlbetl,to
beteu,

bej^neiben,
to cut,

(and, of).

to visit.
befttfbeit,

(f f^(t)^^tt#
part. adj. modest.

(ef^Cttf^n/^^ V^^"

sist
in-

befttafen,to punish.

to injure, hurt.
Bef^iilligeit,
to busy, occupy.
lief^afttgen,
to

-llllg,/.,

order, arrangement.
SefteHttltgr/.

touch.

\tt^XCi\tpart. adj.,famous,

(ef^auen,

better;

improvement.

readiness, willingness.
^tOtttigfettr

bert^tcn, to adjust,

comp.,

be ft,irr, sup., best.

adv.,

-|^

make

to

clivity;
debeffcr, irr.

contempla-

tion.

bfttHgtlt^to
conduct

amount

one's

bettaitfrtlfto

moum

to;

reflex.^ to

self, behave.

for, lament.

VOCABULARY.

214

soil ; gu

down

ground,

the

to

"

Sobenfef/
of

"ruber,

Constance.

pi. -{rarely"^),bow,
^n%!tXL,m.,
arch

"Orjle,/,

mad

Evil

One

roar,

btiiien,to

-fsllli^t^^M

P^'

"ttb-e,

c, the

bcr"

(angry);

nant;
malig-

*1iX\\%, wicked,

to

bntnett^ brown,

bristle.

bof(e),bad,

~^^

-c,

or

n.t

messenger.

8rarfc(lt),"*.,/^.

Stanitttiiein,w
bratett,s.^

93tQU^,

to

use,

S^tflUd^

-C"/

[brcnuen.] Suittl/

brandy,

gen.) to

{also w.

nil

custom;
need.
make

-*ftl^ to

to

[French.]

wide;-e,

/".,breadth,

letter ;

deprive

dim,

"unl""

//. -ffc, union,

".,

[blnbciu]

bunt, variegated,

gay

sf$e(fig,
dappled,

now

m.,

castle

yard

sfaJieHe,/,

"

sjjof,
pel.
cha-

or

"urgermetfler,

burgomaster,

m.,

the

eye).
ctmo"

; urn

g^^'

[bread.
SBrobt),"., //.

only in

some

youth;

c"r-cn

or

especially

93ttfd^,
w.,//. -^e,bush.
bttf^en,to

"

bosom;

bay.

expiate, satisfy.

-e,

foreign words, 51

or

3 being

@|araf ter,

^cntner.

-e

"iirjle,/.,brush.

S3ttf
en, "?",//.

retained

//.

-en,

fellow,

student.

of.

^iifar, Caesar.
see

{or m.), bundle

(^/^ nig),

"urf^e^

-ijetl,
n.,

simmer.

{old SBrob

^entner^

//. ^e, alliance, league

"ttrf^^ "'""

brtngen, i?/.,""^/,to bring

(6 is

-ling,

mayor.

S3tlllf//-fspectacles (y^r

"rot

bow, stoop;

break.

; latitude.

btotieln^to

(tree).

S3"tg,/.,//.-en, castle, citadel

-^e,(betrothed) bride.

bri(%t/r., bredjen.

covenant,

brennen, iJ/.,to burn.

"

//.

spotted.

broad,

w.,

-en",

(alphabet).

"itntiel,n.

btQtl^brave, worthy, good.


S.,

gen.

Sutie,/, booth, shop.

roar.

StttUt,/,//-

to

letter

binder;
book-

hump-backed.
blt(f(e)lt0^

hunting-dog.

roast.

noise;

^M

noise,

^^en, ^Icin,

bow.

//. "^c, usage,

"^.,

to

"rfcf,

sbtltber,m.,

book;

n.^

bitlf-eit,
reflex.^to

brcunen.

brannte,/.,

width

[French.]

dim.

93u4,

-en,

bra^te/Z-i bringcn.

btdt,

dark.

boy, chap

m.,

"tt^e,/., beech

brtt^,/-"Brcd)cn.

brc^en,

bellow.

i^ah{t), m.,

S^Otaitlferf""", botanist.
SBotf/ ^M

fragment

brood.

villain.

-cn,

-e,

w.,//. ^, brother.

btttHen,

curve,

(of paper).

; sheet

//.

"",

Sriitfe,/.,
bridge.

lake

(the) Bodensee,

w.,

Sru^ftUff^
[brcd)en.]

*\^%, bottomless.

m.,

used

instead.)

pi. -c'rc, character;

characteristic.
-ifl'iflj,

VOCABULARY.

^ttflf

w.f

S^riftll",
gen.

Lat.

{or by

-eg

gen,

-\, etc.)jChrist

215

6^lim(ia01tte^/.
{pr. Companyee),

decL^

-lidjf,

pany.
com-

[French.]

^^Onttllimetlt^
n.^ compliment.

christian.

3).
; b.

"^.for bo"
Im

%;

^cigt,that

ba"

in

(dfjj^/. /r"f/!fl"^
vowels^

conj., when,

"

"

; in

"

all

of

by, therewith;
bet

(=

with

with
far

t^afftrn^so

(== fur

with

with

on

gegcn

thence,

fore
there-

then,
lltt'Qtaldf

bis

gone

at

that

(=

mit

ba); conj.^tin

smoke.

fn.j

grow

pi,

auf

(=

bo).

see

with

obj. ;

pron.

m^

bo).

see

to
bring, offer.
tiarliriltgeit,

pron.

ace.

obj. ;

in

in(to), (=

with

bo).

see

dat.

see

with

pron.

ba).

obj.; j^^

bonac^.

with

tldtunt^ therefore,
with
order

pron.

that

(=

with

um

bill/see

tation.
represen-

pron.

dark, dawn.
vapor,

thereof,
tifltlOtt'/
steam.

(=:

in addition,

obj. ; see \i({).

pron.
on

while
mean-

that

obj. ;

see

account

bo).

ber.

bfltf eonj.., that, so


%

with

an

bo).

see

(=uber

(wherewith).

%^VX^\p

(=

thereat

obj. ;

pron.

time.

lady. [French.]

to

), thence.

"

thereover,
tiatitb'ftf

till then.

"

maun,

{also written

therewith

Dammtnt/

unb

"

then.

obj. ;

bantam'/

prefix),

as

to

^arfleHung, /., exhibition,

prf.)\

see

and

now

tiarin^ therein, within (=: in


along;

(dat.)^

bur fen.
tittrf#/^"?j.

home.

thither, away,
)lfl|i]t^

^ome,/,

)lonit,then, thereupon

tiaretlt^ thereinto,

here.

baiter^

obj.;

(=

-en

to
tiarliieteit,
offer, afford.

hand

ba).

see

{also written

bamit^

bo).

bo).

contrary

obj. ;

)ll|]|fr^
hither,

as

other

obj.; see

the

pron.

)ial|etm^at

the

see

in

baraitl^ thereout, forth,thence (=

means

that.

provided

pron.

on
tiage'getl,

obj. ;

pron.

bafttt^ therefor,

that

for,

"

thank.

with

as,

of, thanks;

place

ba).

see

blltaitf'
,thereupon,thereto,then

(dog).

by

gltm

see

aside

by,

obj. ;

pron.

ac-

obj

pron

near

thanks;

m.t

pron.

snug.

terrier

thereby,

burd^

^anf,

with

god^, tiaratt'^thereon,

unb

"

Iia^te,/.,benfcn.
(=

ucben

bannett (tjon

uutcr

and

^a^dliutlb/ w.,
babttt^^

(=

obj..,

the prep.

ba).

see

safe

phrase^

near

roof;

".,

there

rel,

for

"

nevertheless

obj. ;

^o4,

ba).

prep.f

senses

bflBd^ thereby,
besides,

cordingly (= uac^ with

then;

in

afterwards,

before

obj. that, it, those,

also^ where

which

pron.

with

comp.

tmnadjl'^thereafter,

(causative)f f^Wit'hVX, thereby,

since

as,

fi^ P^on,

them

comp.

bar), adv,, there,

also

because

is.

t)on

with

pron.

that, in order
therefrom,

obj. ;

see

that.

away

\iCi).

thereto, besides; therefor,


Iiajlt^

for

VOCABULARY,

2l6

gu with

(purpose) (=

that

)lfItt-ftl/

obj. ;

pron.

meantime

i^f between,
)ltt3ttltf4'cn#
with
(== gtDlfc^cil

obj.;

pron.

see

^etf-e, /,

covering;

cover,

lid ; -fit, to

-t\,

"., diadem.

%VMMXiM,

m.,pl.

btdji,
a^^.

"*.,

'M,

cover.

Segeit, w.,

{also for bclner, ^^".) ;

-"n

^Hcrg,

adamant.

-e, adamant,

or

with

"iamont',

as

bfnf--eit,M,^ irr.,

thought.

t^entlrthen;

usually

[Latin.]

dem,

(who)
the

pron.,

sfeUie,dem.

he,

same,

that

dem.

pi., in

one's

(one),

adj\

or

inded.

-e, -C", dem.

(one),

the

he

in

now.

adj.,

though, yet, nevertheless,

surely, doubtless,

by

at

^Otf,

^effelll'{pr, dessang),//. -", design.

"

much

(the),before comparat.

beflo, the

Iieu^t (c8),impers.,
(to, ^a/.

or

m,,

exclam,,

as

[green.

to

ace)

"

it seems,

also

appears

tlfitt^t.

-en

village

{fUso -e

or

dry. parch.

bort, there, yonder.


m.,

tiran/^^

dragon.

baran.

brangflt,to

the.
...

-e", //.

gen.

".,

thorn.

^ta^f,

[French.]

rate

sioettcr^

thunder;

",

village; ^angfr,

borrfn,

bcr.

any

",

^orn,

ever
how-

interpreter.

thunder-storm;

".,

Hx)f
pron,

jein,

only.

tone

m.,pl.

thunder

ber.

gen,

"

good spirits.

%tXx\ti\t^tX,m.,-\n,f"

pron,,

therefore.

adj.

bit.

often

"

like; ^maleit, adv.,

tief old,for beffen,

so

en

latter, he,

/^- -Cf thing; gnter

"""

be

Jie0 (^"f". sing.), 4al( 5 "Hie9eii, on

bf 00/

"

"

service;

double.
bO)ltlfft/

account,

ju

"

stnaY/ this time,

^Onnfr,

see
berfellie,
tierieitige,

je

also

at

-tt,

this

pron.,

bo^'
"j(]ttgf,
etc.

now.

that

serve

adj. ^intf,/., girl, lass.

etc.

like, the

or

blcfe";

for

etc.

that

{gen.pl,) sglet^tn,

such

stand

to

{with emphasis),

or

to
{le[)en,

etnphasis\ def, btr, dat.

{without

adj\

thieves.

ju, to

"

into

enter

(tl)mo4" ^i"8f

for;

rel.pron.f who, which,

bet

sttCtttl,

that, this (one), he,

pron.y

or

then, nevertheless.

service;

to

bird

think

to

of

art.f the

of

stolen

-Hat/ serviceable, serving {dat.).


meek.

humble,
tie'mutd^jtg,

even

m.,

(for).

answer

trctcn,

changed accent^

"^ttpbic, bo8

-ft,

thicket.

gang

(^"/.);

serve

^iettfl, m.,
of

mountain

/"."

\Same

act

-tl^t,/^m

-flsHolf, ".,

for,

//"

diamond;

(poetry) ;

thief; -e"*litOt, ".,

"*.,

bifnetifto

^eUlil, Delphi.
w."

[poet.

bu.

bread

tietner {or bcin),^"f". bu, of thee, of you.

^e'maitt,

diamond,

-en,

compose

thick, big;

^tfb,

-et/ thine, yours.

pron,^

-It(t,

^ictiOll',/,diction.

sword.

tieilt,
thy, your

explain

out,

explanation.
-ttttg,/.i

^iatiem^

to
)li4t-"ll,

ba).

jw.,

clear

plain,

ba)*

see

point

to

^raitgfal,
".,

press,

urge,

oppress.

//. -", pressure,

trouble.

sion,
oppres-

VOCABULARY,

lirttuf
"r

barauf.

"ttvM/or

barau",

217
tiumm, stupid, silly.
t^Unttl,dark.

brauf^eit (bavaugen), outside,

bitltft (e9),it

of

out

abroad.

doors,

or

turn, twist

titcj-fII,to

"^XZi,three;
kinds

of;

stnol/three

times.

three

-tX,

-er*Iei, of

m.,

three

ace)

seems,

c8

(to, dai'

appears

bfinft mir, I think,

me-

thinks.

turner.

tlttri!^,
adv.f

kinds;

sfod|f threefold;

se/".or inse^.^r/.,through,

throughout;
throughout,

prep,

through,

ace,

during, by

of,

means

"^xtxnfor bareiiu

by; sand, throughout, thoroughly;

bteift,bold.

itinmhtX,

bringett,S.,

to

{intr.,I),or
Mnneit

f.).
in

threaten

to
lirdttieit,

live

up-stairs.

rumble.

groan,

pi, -en,

m.^

^ttft,m.jpL

through.
strike

through;
through.

way

through,

roam

through.

to study through.
)lUri{|flttbi(e)^retl,

wander
to
Imr^'tliatltierit,

(coin),

^e, exhalation,

fragrance;

or

-tg, fragrant.

through;

insep.burc^tDOn'bcvn,to

grance btttffll,
framodal,

exhale, emit

to
(or biiften),

-en

pass

to fight one's
reflex.,

)||t{'^\i),J"ron.,
thou, you.

^Itcat^

through,

sweep

ducat

through, fight
burd)Ic'bcn,to

msep.,

to
)lUr4f4lll(iPttt/

oppress.

press,

or

)lttr4Wtt0ett, to

{dat.),

Itru^cn,
to print.
MifttXi, to

through.

way.

Imr^lebeit,

brobeit (borobcu), above,


to
brol^^ll,

one's

there.

third.

num.f

bite

^nx^'UH^ttn,
to
fight

(barinncn), within,

ord,
Ittiit,

to
pierce bltt^'beigeit,

urge,

press,

confusedly.

may,

irr.,

to

be

traverse.

permitted.

dare, need.

btttt, dry, withered.

to suffer, endure.
bttlbtlt,

".

dlibe^/, ebb,
fbcit, even,

tide.

level;

just,just
"

ebb

so,

just

'-t,
adv.

as

usually,

anyhow;

now,

also; sfo,just

as

n.,

Qdt,/',
tM,
or

=manit,

fn.,

"Ieute, nobleman;

precious

pi.

*mSnnet

^flftlt,
m.,

stone.

Cjf, f"?^*.,before,

-etsfl^ttle,/.,
egg-shell.

egg;

(tree);

oak

forest.

dtfer, m.,

zeal, ardor;

sfu^t/.

ousy;
jeal-

ous,
jealous; etftlg,zeal=ftt(^tlg,
eager.

ere;

adv., before, sooner,

t%txn, brazen, brass.

(Sif^bOttl,
n.,pl. ^cr, squirrel.

angle, edge.

corner,

noble;

^lllflttl,
m., oak

echo.

able,
honor-

ahl

t\f exclam.,

oak; ::battm,m.,
i"id^-t,/-,

/, level, plain.

@tbo,

-H^^

honest.

as); (KtltC, (Si,"",

...

honor;

to

-en,

serMettg, reverential

jO

likewise,
just ; sfflll0,

just now,

f*, honor;

comp.
rather.

i^tt,

etgetl, own,

proper,

sbiltlfel,
m.,

peculiar, special ;

self-conceit; -^tit,/',

selfish
peculiarity; stltttlt,

-flbaft^

218

VOCABULARY.

/,

reflex.
quality, peculiarity; eiltfitltieit,

property,

self-willed
sfinnig,

strange

-t(l|)ttinU4f
culiar,
pe-

; *tlt$;proper,

true

@il-f ,/., haste, hurry


in

^abcn,

"

indef, pron.,

-tX,

{^weakened form
the

of

art.

dem.

offollowing^

Ciu {with emphasis^

adj.

num,

s0ttlltt/indec.y
other
the

kind,

{see below)\

advs.

in with

in, into,

motion

to

in

{for

obf.).

ace.

to
eiitbetteit,

bite

in, check

hold

into.

; also

to bring
finllllleit^

eittpneil,to
eiltfg,
one,

written

to

imagine,

fancy; -ttllg^/.,
imagination, fancy;

eittblauett,to

beat

fittbre^en^ f., to

into

einfe^reit^f.,to

etnlaffen,

envelop.

up,

unite,

-fit, to

[cin,

(at inn).

in, stop

turn

tion.
invita-

/,

-ung,

let in, admit

to

aitf

"

break

in, appear,

at

indef.y

once

transfd.

once

(on

einBringett,

^intru^,m.^

pi. Hf breaking

in,

involve,

einfl^Ottmen^to

order, regulate;

lather

order, rule.

[cin,one.]

[cin,one).
fall

in(to),occur

to

simplicity; -^zl^XXtStXp
m.,

simpleton ifam.)

rinfaltig,
simple,

silly, [cin,one.]

einrarbigor einfatbtg{see ein, one).

in, strike

sert,
into, in-

enclose.

\{dat^. einf^tanfen, to
to

(for shaving).

fail asleep.

einff^Ulgen,
to beat

Ctnfa^f simple ;-Jcit,/., simplicity.

take

captivate.

arrangement,

etnf^lafen,(.,to

impress.

etnerfei {see etn, one).

even.

lonely, solitary; -Itti,/,

etnfam,
pearance.
ap-

; -fit,

time,

in, admit,

take

loneliness, solitude,

^iltbtltllrfn.ypl. Hf impression

not

"

-nng^/.,

once

"

einntftl^

acct.

just,only; nicftt

occupy,

time;

one

time), some

finti^t-en,toarrange,
bring in, produce, yield.

in.

noc^

with

to

reflex.,to

come

once,

more;

up,

in,

run

adv.f

all

with.

in, meddle

engage

einueltmen,

one.

begin.

@infalt^/,

sep.prf.

as

one.]

ever,

einfattett^fv

to

in, collect, overtake.

wrap

united

tin'Otol,num.

-ungi^slroft^/,(power of) imagination.

to

intr.y

native.

domestic,
etttlietmif^,

einfttttfen,
f.,to

finMlll-flt/reflex, dat.,

to

concede.

-jeln ; -jig {seebelow).

fXXi,adv.y Sep. prf for in, in, into;


comp.

eitt|altf
n, to

=tttal;einlath-en^to mvite;

color; -tg;

one

; -fl ;

one;

one

cease.

finifr'f
along
i It),

other, each
of

draw,
with-

to

stop.

def

-tX,

an

^fttf^;"faU

^fSrbig,of
-fom

one

-Ct"Ifi,indec,

same;

often

pron.

one;

an,
one

as

in, enter

go

to confess,
eingeflel^ett,

ber).

See

hence

any

one,

adj.

(visit).

be

to

haste.

hasten, make

to

-en,

"

call

present,

^tnfltttf*""" /^' "^C,influx, influence.

eingrlen, f.,to

fill{without emphasis)findef. art.


a

adv.f properly, really.

as

be

to

einfe|fn,

to

see

einfeifen,to
einfenben,

to

shut

in, confine.

into,

see,

lather

send

Sinfilit, /,

[-jc^cnj

understand

(for shaving).
in, remit.

insight,

intelligence,

VOCABULARY,

to sit
f tltfi$eit,

in"

elttfl,
once,

day,

once

one

on

time,

narrow.
etl0(f),

inside.

or

day; sntaU^

some

219

C^Qgel,m.^ angel.
(Sitfcl,
m.^

[cin,one.]
in

f.,to step into, get


etnfletgeit,

(a

ftlt-^ insep, prft

carriage).

usually

etitfttmmen,

to

U
eilttreteit,

agree,

to

begin,

in, enter,

step

to

lose

various

senses^

of leaves

strip

intr.t

leaves.

nttKoj^en, to denude, strip.


VXihXtil^tU,
reflex.,to

objection.
dilttlieiltiung,/,

self, keep

to consent.
etItttltQtgett,
In^ single,sole, individual,
filtgf

entbf(f-flt^
in, collect

to draw
rittjielletl,

in,

move

intr., f.,

ice ; sflllt cold

atxi,".,

as

ice,

in

miserable;

parents

misery

adv.,
etttUCgen,

{old %{im\,/rom

to

sep, prf,

only

with

dot.

generally

pose
op-

9^t\t%i,part, adj,, opposite,

etlt0e(en,f.,to get off, escape


;

reflex.
,

[fc^leu not

leave,

to
sfej^ett/

contrary.

receive.

one's

escape

against, opposite,

prep,

towards

against, or

S.y to recommend
Cntl^fetlCtt^
take

tance.
dis-

beat
to
self-explaining)\ sffj^Iagftl^

Emily.

cm^fangen,

from,

flee

{Compounds

to, towards.

ott,old).

following

to

usually preceding, against, opposite

insep, prf. for Ctlt- before f,in


tXCCl^-f
three

adj.,
draw,
with-

-XCd^pft removal,

\*, to
entfitclietl,

nourty

{fllsoellf).

"mt'He,/,

reflex,,

towards;

^itern,
//",
comp.

-t, pan.

\{^dat),

poverty.

Clf,eleven

remove

elementary.

comp.,

wretchedness,

".,

to

retire

f'lenbf wretched,
^\tX^,

unfold.

distant;

remote,

efel,disgusting.
eIementar^

disclose;

disclosure.

duck.

entfem-en,

icy.

one's

fire, kindle.

take

discover,

to

etitfalten^to

iron.]
[(Stfcu,

iron, iron.

of

restrain

{gen.jorinfin.w. gu).

-tttlg,/,discovery,
^vXtpfy

in.

come

single,only, unique, [etn,one.]


eiltjig,
Cifem,

from

[eln, Cttibrennett,f.,to

one.]

to

in

off, un-.

away,

f IttMattent,to

consent.

occur.

to

grandson, grandchild.

in

(from,

dat.).

entgletten,f.,

glide off,

to

escape

(from, dcU^.

use.'\

to
to
feel; -liij, sensible, ftlttllltCIt^
hold,
em))fi]t)Ken,

sensitive; -ttlt", /,

tion.
feeling, sensa-

to

hold

contain,

off, restrain

include;

reflex.,tq

stain,
ab-

forbear.

adv.f
tXCCl^^Xp
up,

also

as

aloft, aloud;

sep. prf,

upward,

{compounds

self-

C^ntl-e,".,
final ;

as

to
eittf^eib-en,

etttf^Hetett/to

zealous.

gen.

undress.
decide

-fttb, part,

adj., decisive, definite.

explaining.)

fmflgf busy,

etttKeUien, to

-e", pi. -en,

adv.^ finally,at

end
last.

-li(^,

resolve,

disclose;

determine

reflex.,

to

entfd)lof{eili

part, adj., resolute, determined.

VOCABULARY.

220

(Stttf^In^^
m.,pl,

*ffe,resolution,

solve.
re-

Hc^liegeiu]
to
entfi^uQiigett,

iivA\t%-VX,

to

gush

excuse.

Ai^,

terror;

entfiell-eit,

to delight ; reflex.,
to
ttgoj^-eit,

ft]|fbfn^to

[in^J

apart.

delight ;
VXifidtU,
enrapture,
rapture,
dntjittfen,
nouHt
".,

lift up,

also

txMx%-ttL, to

light.
de-

@r,

he, it; in address:

prf.y with

heat, inflame;

to

reflex., to

to

move

attainment.

erect

edify.

; to

$t(l|)eilr
"",

inheritance

perceive,

to

member
re-

tion,
recollec-

recognise,

iS;dtnvM9,old-m%

/., pi. -ffc,perception, knowledge,

acknowledgment.

vAVkxVX,

explain, declare.

to

\*fto sound,
etnUlgetl/

(share).

reflex.,to

(^^".); -ttllg,/f

acknowledge;

heir; sflticf,
n,y inheritance,

m-,

refresh

recover,

remembrance.

pity, melt;

pitiable,wretched.

heirloom;

to

remind;

to

erfennetl/
pity {gen.)\ er6firmltdj|,

ttbaitf 1t^ to build,

drb-t,

-ttllg,/.,

(one's self).

usually of tXXnXLtX-n,

sense

transition,

completion,

erbaraten,

raise; reflex,, to

to hear, grant (one's prayer).


frl^Otfll/

[pld).
insep.

sublime.

heating, heat, excitement.

(t^lllttl,reflex.,

tX-p

affect.

rise.

to

you

lighted;
de-

restrain.

-xm%,

f,, unfolding, development.

fXfpers.pron.f

be

to receive, get, keep, sustain,


tt|flU(ll/

obcr, or.

to unfold, develop;
eittttiulel-lt,

in two,
eittgUiei,

ergreiff
tl/ to seize, catch,
tt%^tXi, elevated, exalted,

dat.) ; -ting,/, rise, origin.


.

reflex., to

AiiSl^,
delightful.

arise, originate (from,

enttoetier,either,

forth;

pour

issue.

happen,

on,

forth.

horrible, terrible.

f.,to

go

to
etgiftflt,

horror,

".,

ergelCIt^W

resound.

etl^ttten,
to
beg

for, get (by begging).

etlaugen, to reach,

CrMttftlt,to

perceive.

to allow, permit (dat,pers.).


etiattletl,

see,

ftrtf-e,/,pea; -VXiVAtX,m.y pea-field.


Crt-e,/,

earth; auf (Srbcn,on

earth;

to learn, experience
Ctffldt-tlt,

part.

skillful ;

adj.y crfa^ren,experienced,

etfretten,to
to

erfiiH-en,to

tt^thtn,

to

reflex.,to
ioWoYi

alder.
live

to

erle^JtO/ to

to

to
eriegeit,
lay low, kill,defeat

give

up,

[ment.

up,

-itng,/,

devote;

yield ;

alleviate,

out,

select ;/ar/.

ad/.,

cdcfcn, select.

refresh.

give

experience.

thirst after.

rejoice, delight; reflex., txU\ttifto pick

fulfil ;
fill,

see,

[leic^tcr,
comp.]

success.

rejoice,enjoy (gen.).

trfYtf^l^n,to

use.]

in

erlet(ttent^to lighten, ease,

-Itltg,/.,experience.
result,

dxit,/;
ttUhtUp

sBobctt,tn.y earth, ground.

@tfoIg, m.,

[laubcilnot

attain.

to

fuifii-

usually
result,

devoted.
\ part, adj., ergcbcit,

etliegen^f. or
die

^., to

sink, succomb,

{dat.of cause).

Crlofcit/to release, redeem,


ermattf
grow

n^

to

weary,

tire, weaken
be

ransom.

exhausted.

intr., \,,to

VOCABULARY.

222

""
fable.
Sfftliel,/,

-Uljfctt//,

9ftt4/^-y compartment,

Swg-f//.,

flare ; to

fadeltt,

m.,pL
gfallftt,

fatretic S,, f.or

drive;

ffitl/
fine, soft,

"

start,

move,

go,
to

(in

go

drive

/r., to

fig; -ett^liattm,m,,

fig-

tree.

^cil,thread.

to
I).,

proceed;

pass,

trifle,jest.
or

"

stttg^w.,

holiday.

department.

{see ^(n"i.)
to

solemnity;

Sfttttll,
".,

riage).
car-

sharp, sly.

//. bic -c, the

enemy,

my
ene-

{coll.),

riage),
car-

(a

refined

Sfdll/n.y field; sflfifi,


m.^

boulder,

landmark.

9aU/ m,ypl. ^e, fall,case,


],,to

-ett, S.,

/., trap;

event;

-t,

fall.

or

gfelfett^
m.y

//. -cn,

fttUt/r., fattm.

%(iiU,/'ffold, wrinkle,

8ftW

hem.

rock

-en

gen.

-cn8,

or

-en"t|iaUe,/.,

cleft; -fltsflttd^
".,

piece

rock;

rock

-emtoaitll,/,

rock

of

rock,

wall,

cipice.
pre-

ftttiU,/., finbcn.

Sfttttg/
"*., //" ^^, catch, capture, fang
-ett^ S.t

catch,

to

foti9t/r., fanflen.

-f

ored
farHtg,col-

gorb-e,/, color; -i%, or


to color, dye.
; fiitlictt^

tub

8f*"S/
^"" /^' ^ff^^' vessel, cask,
hold,

seize, grasp,
take

contain,

conceive

self ; -ttttgf

collect

to

"

-leilt^".,

tt, to

make

ready,

-ffit,/,readiness,

done

skillful ;

finish;

prepare,

skill.

feff
eltt/to fetter, chain.
ff fl^ fast, firm, solid ;

^I^altf
It, to

dim,

distance.
; Sfertte,/,

as

sep. pref.

hold

fast, cling ; /r.,

-t,

festival, feast; $gf"

to

arrest.

gfffl^"., //.

one's

(of mind),

frame

/.,

include,

"erj

refl.,to

heart;

distant

ff rttg^ready, finished,

sgflD^"., catch-money.

to
faffflt^

Sffttfler/
n.y window;
\tXXi,far,

seize, capture;

ff^metiie^
".,
n.,

composure.

festive

dress;

"

jewelry

-U(6,

tfiVi^,

festive,

emn.
sol-

fafi,almost.
foul, decayed
ftttti,
to

IVX,

lazy,

idle, lounge;

slow

fett,fat, rich.

; -etl"

-VXytX,

moist, damp.
ffttf^t/

m.,

StntX, n.,

idler, loafer.

fe^t-etl,S,,
m.f

to

fencing

fight,fence;

to fail, be
fftll-ftl/

impers,^

lack, need;

-et^

fever.

ficl/. faHen.

pen.

lacking, miss,
C8

sftctU/nt., (fire)hearth,

fireside.

gieber^ ".,

master.

gctier,/, feather,

wrong;

iVXti^tX,

fire ;

fcl)U mir

ni.,

fault

be

an,

defect,

Stjur^/., figure.
finDcn^ S.y
one's

to

self, be

find;

%t\tX,f-t festival,celebration,
;

Sfittget^
m.y

nity
solem-

-It^, festive, usually solemn

to

find

(in health, place, etc.),

flnfi,/.,fangen.

error.

reflex.

finger.

dark, gloomy.
finfler^

VOCABULARY.

gif^f

-Icitl, dim.;

-tX,

-tXiVMi^tS^tXL,
n.,

fisher-

fish;

"*",

fisherman

gorm,/,//.

(lastyear's)wine.

old

Sftntetoetlt^
"".,

SorB,

pi.

m.,

fott, adv.,

face, plain.

to flank; colloq.,to
f[anft(C)'ren,

forest

-t,

gfotfler,
m.,

(small) place, stain;

entreat.

^t, fumes

of

(cooking)

s., f. or

^., to

continue,

fottge^en,{.,to

flee ; /r., to

go

flee from,

fiof^,
p', pic^cn.

rush

flute-Uke

(sweet).

/r.,

take

on,

con.

on,

off.

carry
on.

off.

forward,

shoot

tt,to hum

buzz

"

to

pi., progress.

to

fottftl^-f
II, to

along.

"

forward,

ceed,
pro-

sfl^tttt^
fn,, usually
forward,

set

continue

-ttng,y., continuation.
flight; Sflttgel,
"*.,

pi. %

to draw
fortStelien,

[flicgcn.]

Sflur,/.,//.

send

progress;

flight,fly;

flight,escape.

wing,

run

away,

fortfll^reiteit*
{.,to step

{dat.).

(by flight); reflex.yto

Sflttg,m.,

get

on.

fOttf^nimf

Florence.

take

on.

on,

off,

run

fortf^ie(etlf
f., to

flog,/., Picflen.

curse

tinue.
con-

on,

go

come

snatch

to
fortf^tdctl,

/flr/. tf^'.,fluent, smooth.

fihittn,
to

away,

flow; -ftlll, fortreitett^


i.,to ride off, ride

Ij,,to

glote^flute
; -eMn"f

proceed;

tinue.

fotttff"ett,to

to
flltf(en,

on.

progress.

shun.

Sflorett)',
".,

continuously.

work

fortlaufett,
f.,to

S., {. or
fIie"-Ctl^

uninterruptedly;

fottfomntetl, f.,to

fly.
S.y {.,to
fltfl^ftl,

to help off, help


-ig, fort^elfetl,

industrious, diligent.

8fUc9-e,/, fly; -en,

in

"

meat.

industry, diligence;

m.,

elnem

\.,to depart.

aux.,

m.,pl.
stlUttfl,

9fltiff(,
"", flesh, meat;

to
fortarHeitett,

in

on;

to
fortfalllrfn,

-ig, spotted, speckled.


to beseech,
f[fl|flt/

away

satt, henceforth,

twist, twine, wreathe.

spot,

m.,

on,

(course)

one

fit^tCIt^-S.,to

Sep. prf., forth, forward,

onward,

rove,

roam.

save

form.

to

-en,

fotfAfIff to search, investigate.

girl.

%Uii,

form;

-en,

forester.

Sfltt4^//v(fiat)surface,

%itd,

223

move

plain, field.

-en,

Sflu",m., pi. ^ffc,river,

along; intr.^ f.,to


off, depart.

move

on,

Sfrag-e,/, question

[fliegcn.]

to

-en,

quire,
ask, in-

question.

fluflern,to whisper.

Sfrau,/,//"

-en,

lady,

woman,

wife
,

J),/.,/^--en, flood, wave,


8flllt(

water

as

title,or

in

address, Mrs., Madam


,

flood- tide.
to
folg-ett,

-eitsjtmmcr,
follow

{dot.); -cnl", part.

adj.f (the)following, next.


to ask,
forllfrti,

forHem,
2^ttg

to
to

"

bring

to

{sometimes

frei, free, frank,

to

promote;

light.

lady

woman,

pi.,

deprecia

live).

demand.

further,

woman-kind

".,

^w

freedom,
candid

open

(air); -%txi,

liberty; smut(()ig,frank,
;

voluntary.
stoiUig,

VOCABULARY.

224

ftdlt^f adv.y surely, certainly,I

8frJt(|Ung,
m,,

fess.
con-

"*.,

frtnt)!/ strange,
unusual;

gts

frfffeit/
^.,to

/, joy
8frettli-e,

; tjor

-ettstftrone,
/,

tear

e(ll),for joy

"

of

to

glad; impers.,

glad, etc.

am

//. -en,

grieli-eti,
*".,

gen.

-ens

-in,
-ett"florct,/r"i.

peace;

carry,

to

fill ;

\f

freeze,

to

impers,^ 1^.,mid^

fttf^/fresh, cool,

friert,I

cold

feel

cold.

am

brisk.

new,

-i, ord.,

ous.
joy$gemttt(li),

gay,

fifth.

comp.

truth, indeed.

fttt^fn,to furrow,
fear

wrinkle.

fearless; ftttlft*

-lo^

^er), pious,

/., //. "^t,fruit; -lior,


gfntljt,

henceforth.

ba8.

prince; -eit^Ioff^

-eu,

yi, princely fare.


fur,

ful.
fruit-

morning
".,
frul^(e),early; :=gelattte,
noun,

Sfriilie,
/.,early morning.

^leitt,
n.,

pedestrian;

walker,

^gfitlgft/
m-)
bell(s); '{Itttf,
n.y breakfast;

dim.

t^tttter,"", food, fodder;

fiitttnt,to

feed.

0all^/.,gcbcn.

goU,/., geltcn,

"olie^/., gift, [geben.]

"attg, ""., //. ^C, gait, walk,

gailern,to cackle.
to yawn,
gftftnett,

gape.

"algen, m.,pL

gallows; 4oli, w.,

(death by) hanging.


"',fw., gallop.

in

gaitgCe),current,
^^Zf phrase,

the

"ait",/., //. ^C,


ganjf

ment,
move-

[QC^cn.]

progress.

"

afraid

(oor, of).

furtoaJ^r,see

good, gentle.

be

fear; reflex.,to

%XiX%fn., pL
{or

-cr

noun,

adv., in
for; ^tlia|r,

ace,

4eit, ^X%'for \vx

merry;

-ftt/

sparkling, sparkle.

tfll/to

joyousness, gayety.
ftomm,

leading,

-tttlgf/,

furlier,adv., further,

frol^H^, joyful,

guide,

fitnfditftosparkle, glitter;as

Sfttr4t/)

\t\\\,pr.,freffen.

froj, glad, happy;

on

conduct,

filling.
-ttttg,/.,

\WC, prep,

tormentor.

frtereIt/ f. or

lead,

carry

five
fttttf,

-fftflftf
/, friendship.

JfrieU-e or

fuftr,/", fa^rem

fullness, abundance;
8fiitt~ff/'"

friend; -It^, friendly;

m.,

(of

insects).

reflex,., guidance.

rejoice, be glad.

SreunH,

feeler

susceptibility; sj^ont/ n.^

joy; -x%,

ceptible
per-

-Hcttfcit/
f'% sensitiveness,

ftt^t-ftl/to

to rejoice,make
frcttftt^

frcut micft,1

feel; -tat/ sensible,

devour.

joyful, [frcueiu]

e"

fu^l-ftt/to

same.

{o/animals),

eat

eigner
for-

stranger,

n.y

; -Itttgf
fn., the

spring day.

8fUl4",iw.,//. "'e,fox.

foreign, another's,

often

spring (time) ; -^stllgi

vogue;

"

unb

same,

goose.

whole, entire;

"

unb

gar,

Oi/v.*

VOCABULARY,

225

"e1)a4tntd [old -nig),


wholly, utterly; %mjfxi!i^,^om:p\ttQ,
got, adj.fdone, cooked

(done)

nid^t,not

"Ot1iero^le//.,
@flt1t, n.fpl.
fatten,

all, by

at

all

by

adv.y quite, very,


"

means;

"(liatltt(f),n.j entrails,

snare.

"offe,/.,
@fl{l/^

husband

fn.,

wife.

ypl' "'t,guest,

verbs;

also

often coll,

pass,

or

@ellaulie,"., //.

gfHf/

p. p.

with

"eHef,

to

current

the

//. -ffe,prison,

impers.,

is, there

to
command,
gflifft-Ctt,

-ct,

glcbt, @ffifbcr,

control,

*"",

feathers

n.y

rule

ruler, master;

@efli4F,

".,

in

biegcn.
gcliogeit^/./-"
gcbaren,
gelioreii^/./.,

born.

[offer.

commandment,

command,

-eit, to

use,

use,

make

frail,fragile,
ge!ire41t4,
bred^en.
geftroftcn,/./-,

roaring,

"elitttt',/, //.
native.

-en,

roar.

birth;

usage,
use

with,

about;

against, contrary

contrary

//. ^e,

against,opposite

in
;

in

for,

return

comp.

to,

usttally

sftattll,
m.,pl. ^c,

subject; st(l^)ftl,
"., (the) opposite,

gebro^t/./., bringcn.
"".,

^2^^.,

comparison

towards,

/., bcrfleiu
l^elioilleit,/.

born,

escort.

pnben.
gefitiiben,/./.,

gf 'gen,/r"r/.

^eMtt'/ "",

suite,

feeling.

gegottgcn^/.Age^en*

-ffe",

gen.

fowls.

@(foIgCf ^'1 following,


freffcn.
gefreffcn,/./.,

blciben.
geMielieii,/-/.,

custom

".,

[fougcn.]

bcigen.
gcBiffeit^/./.,

"elltatt4^

noun,

geflel,/-,gefalien.

are.

fem.^ -in.

^eliot^"""

as

@efiebel,"., fiddling.
C8

prayer.

(over, iibcr);

fangcn

/.,

prisoner.

"efangntd {old -nig),

foil,obj.ythere
".,

{dat.)] gefaOfg^

please

gefattgeit,
/.
in

"

{coll.)^skeleton.

gefatten, to

gefallcn^

or

please.

give

memory.

if you
pleasing; sup. adv., gefaUigfl,

nouns

barking.

".,

%thtXL,S.t

with

"

bones

"e!lcttt',
n.^
"tltW,

unb

gang

building.

adj.t usual,

phrase

with

sense

sense,

"

".,

"

fallen;
gefafleti,/./.,

various

forms

noun^

in

gefa^rett,/./.,fasten.

customer,

"ajelle,/.,gazelle.
gts, insep. pr/.f of

as

@efoJr',/,//.-cn, danger; gefa^rltct,


dangerous.

alley.

street,

intend;

"cbcnfcn,

{gen.

poem.

".,

of, remember

; to

gum

"ebt(i)f

thought.

bowels.

gflltegen,solid, genuine.

fern, -vn,

think

an, ace.)

memory;

Partner,

garden;

or

-n", //. -n,

m.,gen.

to
gflienffll,

[French.]
net,

-e, yarn,

"Cbanfe,

means.

no

wardrobe.

"*.,//. ^

ly
; usual-

m,,/em. -itt^gardener.
"ott-f/

-ffc",

^if".

".,

//. -ffe,memory.

entire, total.

of.

(part);

im

on

"

sulift, adv., prep,

with

dat., opposite (to),over

stOfltt^/.,
presence,

stOiirHg,
present,

the

trary
con-

present

ing
preced-

against;
(time);

actual.

"f'gfnl",/.,region, neighborhood.
gegeffen,/./.,irr., effcn.
geftfirtifi,
adversary.
%t^tXf fn.f opponent,

226

VOCABULARY,

"t\^vM', m.,

import.

contents,

hedge,

n,y

gel^eim^

jjelicjen^/./.,
Ici^cn,

enclosure.

private, privy; -nil

secret,

{old -nig), n.ygen.

cret,
-ffeS,//.-ffe,se-

srat(l^)/"*-,

secrecy;

Privy

Counsellor.

gf|fn, S.^ irr.^ {.,to


succeed;

pass,

get

walk,

go,

impers.y

on,

go

fare,

to

"t%WX',

n.,pl,

-e,

brains,

belong

to

getftm^

(dat.)\ -ig,

to

n.

mouth);

as

@ft{l, m.fpl.
ghost;
the

ghost

clerical;

tn.y

mind,

soul,

aufgeben,

"

spirit,

give

to

as

n.^

clergyman;

avarice, greed;

9^^%,

m.,

[(cgeu.]

".,

prep,

opportunity,

usually
I

"

dEj

im-

long

easy.

suitable

after

(a"i/.);

genera],

common,

/.,

congregation

"."

to.

mean.

community,
;

parish,

sfttffc^/,
public

stoalD^m.,

wood

"

in

noun^

ury;
treas-

grove.

^r

ing.
spirit, disposition,feel-

precise.

exact,

s.,
Qetiie"eti/
in

[nicfiennot

enjoy,

to

use.]

0etto(^ %tno^tn,

and

/.

p.

p.,

ge"

niegen.
or

(BtmiXt, pi' -ffen, companion,

comrade.

bag.
money-

a^'., situated,

opportune;

occasion;

-Jdfc /",

-tlt4f oc-

also, exactly, just.

adv.

/. /.,
gerattttt,
p.
%ttat(fi)tn,

out

sufficient.

straight,direct,right,upright
geralie,

sta^f//.,

%t\t%tn,p*p'9 Hegen

usually

^txat{i)tn,U
convenient,

stake.

'fant/ enough,

reach.

ringing, peal (of bells).

money;

apply

question

indecl., {rare genung), enough


geitttg^

yellow.
gelli,
@ell",

is

getiiftet
mid^ nad^

dat

"etlO"%

gclattfcn,A/"'^ou^""
".,

gilt^it

eg

pass

for.

{things laid\ spread (feast);

gelangen,f.,to arrive,
"elauttf

avail,

involve,

concern,

is at

e"

genau^

"tV6ii^itX,
"., laughter.

worth,

sDott,

@eltt$cl^ n.y scratching, scribbling.

pile (rubbish)

pledge.
be

impers.t

to;

up

; -ig,avaricious, greedy.
gelommeti,/./., fommciu

n.

to

spiritual,religious, @einut(")^
; -ItlJ,

miser

" elag^

(for) ;

@fmetnbf/

spirited, intelligent,witty.

"t\l,

gfltetl/S.^

to

-er^ett,-lein^ gtmcln^

goat;

-cr,

ben

vow,

use.\

in

not

conformity with, according

kid.

dim.f

gfloHett/to

to

geliltgtmir,

c"

[Uugcn

etc.

gemitft^ comfortable,
(at the

-fttf

succeed,

);

(to,dot. ). gema(^li({)^comfortable,

O'dj.ygeifernb,venomous.

"n6f/"/^-

{daU pers

jd pers*,

to

gel^Orfam,obedient.
foam

pers.,

belonging, suitable, proper

to

succeed

in

gelitfien^ lust, hanker

brain.

p. /., l)eben.
gelioBeii^

%t%dX-tn,

S., f.,^w/j'
gcltttgeit,

of, there

[dat.pers).

on

at

casiona

gcftalten,/./.,Ijalten.
"t^t%t,

occasion,

du/z/., on

times.

one's

augcv

p.,
to

rat(l))en,or
fall, get,

come,

fid)",

self ; in

passion.

[vat(Wciu

renncn.

B^tn

to

get
to

"

gc*
turn

beside

flyinto

VOCABULARY.

"erattf4% """//.
getf litIt/ impers.y
eg

gef^rieen,/./., fd^rcicn.

-t, noise, bustle.


to

repentance

cause

I repent,
gcieiitntlrf),

like

to

eat,

etc.

in

"ffcU'(f), "'",

mean.

idiofns

Id) effcgent,

as

artillery.

-tf cannon,
swift.

!el)en.
gcfelctt//./-,

small, little,petty,

gettt^ gladly, willingly;

@(fc!^U(^n.fpl.

gef^)Oinb%
quick,

etc.

gedetd),/., 0crat(Wen.
gfttng^

227

for

like

comrade

pi-

companion,

-en,

-fd^aftf
/.,

[vision.

to

"efl4t^ "., sight; //. -er,

{see Ueber).

"eflntd'^ "., //.


work.
@Ctufi^ ".,//. -e, scaffolding,frame-

ciety,
so-

company,

"eflnlieU

face

; pi. -c,

-C, cornice.

rabble.

"""

disposed;
geflnn-t/tf^*.,niinded,

gmtfen,/./., rufcn.
"efang^

^e, singing,

//.

"*.,

"eflira^^

song,

[ftugcit.]

hymn,

"",

//.

talk,

-e,

tion,
conversa-

[fprct^ciu]

gef^affeti,/./.,
jcfjaffcn.
flef^a5,/.,gcftt)e^en.

irr., ftcl)cn.
geflatt1)eii,/./.,

^ft^iift^n.ypl.

geflatten^to

gefcttien,s., f

.,

happen,

be

it
fd)el)CU,
am

-e, business,

-tg, busy,

done

"e9aU',/.,fovm,

tion
occupa-

active.

^"/y
; e8

is all

over

j^ pers.^
mic^

iftum
with

me

to

ge*

"

not
[fcl^el)cn

etc.

I
in

use.^

@t\i^tnV, n.,
@ef4i4te^ /,

[flcKeu.]

shape.

allow, grant

[dat.pers),

to confess.
geflcl^eit,

/"

done

for,

-ttng^

f.t disposition, sentiment.

"(fl(ilt^ n.ypl.

-e, stone(s), rock.

ftcigen.
geflicgcii,/./.,
yesterday.
ge'flent,
ftcrf)cn..
gefto"^ett^/./."

geflo^len,/./.,fte^tcu.
present,

gift.

geflorHen,/./., fterben.

history, story,

event.

[gefci)et)cn.]
part, adj.^fit,apt,
gff^illt^
/. /., fc^eibciu
gef^tebett,
geftt)et|ciu
fief^tc5t,/r.,
fd)Iafcn"
gcfc^Iafeii,/./.,

skillful.

-cr,

kind,

well; -|eit^/.,

health.

getlJaii^A/-"'"^-" tl)ini.
usually dat.y to trust,
gf imttftl/reflex.^
venture.

gefi^Iogcit,/./.,
fc^tagcm
"c{4lcc^t^ n.,pL

""" briars, bushes.


"(ftritfl)l(e),
gffunll^^^w/. "Vr, sound, healthy,

getoa^ftHf/"/"' ttJCldlfcn
; as adj., set
sex,

race,

tuad^fen.
"ftOaffen, n.,pl.

gender.

coat

"

of

arms,

cutcheon.
es-

Wcifcm
gefcjliffen,/./.,

gef^Iofffii,/./.,
fttjUegeiu
@cf^maif^//.^e,
%t\f^mti^t,
malleable,

n.y

taste,

{gen.

jewel, jewelry

pliant,flexible.

[fd)mic"

intr.,

-e,

@(ff(tfi^ """ crying,

creature,
scream.

/,

violence;

-fam,

"

//.

ceive
per-

grant;

secure,

to let
Ictffeil,

alone.

en,

force,

power,

-ig, powerful,

violent.

to

ace),

warrant,

last;

to

iuerbcn,

"

or

to
-Ig, getoal^tflt/

@CtOaU^

belt.]
".,//.
@eff(o)lff

getoalt',aware;

relish.

violent;

228

em

VOCABULARY.

atlll^".)//.

getoattH

(or -c), garment.

^er

tDcnben

/" /""

; also

-e,

"etoaffet,".,

"mtit, ".,

//. -en,

-cn8,

^"?".

glei4/ l^kc" alike, equal,

water(s).

also

adv.,

as

web.

at

in

tDcljen.
getoiefeit^/./.,

ncSgleicftcn,
etc.,

the

win, gain,

\\t\i

to

"

grow

learn

gC)Ot"^ certain,
@()0iflftl/n.y
;

fond

of,

in

getobltt-etl,

-\xt^,

@ier,/.,

usucUly, good

blessed.

*Jei",

"lut(l"),/.,//.-cn, glow, heat,


"nalie^

gicbt,there

red

favor,

/,

greedy,

grace,

ardor.
mercy,

gracious, kind,
gttallig,

merciful.

%tXt,

{with foil,object).
-\^,

{or

fortunate,
-Ii(J,

sfelig,
happy,

pardon;
; c8

bell

hot.

gold;

n.,

of

golden,

adj., for:

-ettf

sBttrf,n.,

gold

//. ^cr, gods;

^er-

c^

gold;

piece, coin.

0O"^/., giegen.

ing
tolpour ; ^IvMnt,/-, water^Xt%-tn,S.y

"Ott^

pot.

"i\i, n.fpL-tf poison

gilt,/r., gclten;

cd

-ig,poisonous.

@i))fcl^
fn.t summit,

@ta1)/

top, height.

to gleam, shine, glitter.


gliillgeit,

glass; "iafer^

m.ypl.",

glaitb-ettf
to
tf"r^.),

believe

believe

{dat.pers.), (an,
in ; noun,

-tti,

or

of

gods ;/ri!w.^n,

gottlll^/godlike,
;

to
-cit, ^S".,

divine.

dig, grub

-tXip m.,pl. ^t ditch.


m.,

gram-en^

pi. -c, grade, degree, step.

to

n.,

count,

-en,

earl.

grieve; usually

grieve, fret ;

"rad,
to

".,

@tQf/ m.,pl.

to

glazier.

feast

n., grave

noun,

%\WXl,fn.,light,brightness, splendor;

",

maljl ;
"ral,

stake.

is at

God;

w.,

goddess;

gilt,it concerns,

fitttg,/.,/"''.,gctieu.

@Ia",

happiness

glitlhetl^ glow, burn;

eager.

there

of

to

geaogeit,/./., 3"^cn-

desire, greed;

glide, slide,

stroke

luck, fortune

n.,

happy

"etoitrs^"", //. -e, spice(s).


getottjt/./.,tDiffcn.
(coll.),
n.f stufE,tools
%tltVi%',
gebcn

^., to

clock).

fortune,

vault.

/." toerben.
getoorlictt,/.

are

-faill,as

[slip.

Qetuinnen*
0etii,otineii,/./.,

is, there

"lt(l),n., limb, member.


@IOlf-e,/, bell,clock; ^lein,"., dim.;

"Intf,

"

me,

s)00il, nevertheless,

-Wtsf^lttg,
fn.,

use;

mtu

of

scrupulous.
un-

usual.

%\t% %\M,from

S., f. or
gleitett^

ness
conscious-

conscience,

accustom,

@e)odIBe, n.,pl.

though

ob*

equal {dat.);

^^gftOi^t,
n., equilibrium
if,as

use."]

"(tOttttt# n,, (thunder*)storm,


to

likes

resemble,

-fit, to

comp.pl.,

however.

without

customary,

etc.

sure.

conscience,

A^%,

quire;
ac-

[tuiiincnnot

love,

to

earn,

mediately,
im-

conj. {for

as

glcirf)),
although;

to

(^^rz/.);

even

fogkitt)),

(=

once

irr., fcin.
getoefeii,/./.,

S.,
getOttinetl/

belief,

faith.

adj.,

adroit, skillful.

w.,

-It^, fretful.

grass.

gra"It4,horrible,

terrible.

%XVXf m.,pl, -c, point,ridge.

reflex.,

VOCABULARY.

230

gaW,
fiber

^Ojjf,heels

linb

"

"fiber

neck;

//.%

w.,

ganflt

resound.

tattftl^to sound,

! properly

hold

consider,

keep,

regard; intr.y

maintain,
stop,

bold,

to

insist ;

out,

hand

to

housewife

on,

ffir,to

"

trade, (work);

handle,

treat;

to

action, transaction, trade;


{tttig,/.,
dealer,

gatlblfTfm-f

trader.

S.y
(also l^SnflCn),
liangett

properly

to

hang,

hang, suspend.
QatinoDera'ner,

^and,gen.

-jcn"

John), Jack
"!., the

Hanoverian.

-fen (/r. 3o^ann,

or

"ftll1t/
/,

hold
sfotgt//"""house-

household

household;

gaut

(/am.),

"

^C^fttf"",

^"Vw.

gedf//,

to dwell, live;
l^attfetl,

or

auf,

"

fellow.

poor

lift,raise, heave,

to

-e, army.

f^t^tn,to

(hedge) enclose,

(artf hard;

obstinate.
^naifigf

edness;

gaf-e,

^^eil, "-,

hare;

w.,

"ttW/ /""

wild

\tlU, n., dim.,


health,

n.y

-eii::rofe,
/., m9*
rose.

welfare,

as

-ig, holy;

cure;

i^^x^ttf'i

bush;

the

fen, to hate;

Ja|H^,

hazel-

sacred

hateful, ugly.

or

-cr,

ffi'f

W.^

hewer,

to

hew,

cutter;

-eu,

cut,

chop;

//., also,

gauHtt, m.,gen.-t\\ifpl.

heap, quantity, crowd.

relic.

"ei*

home

come

home

home,

sep. prep.;

as

to, visit.

-X\t^,domestic,

native.

Jei",

marry.

hot.

S.,
I^eifien,

named,

ftauf-e,

to

letfc^en,to ask, beg.

tusks.
or

also

to
6eirctOt)en,

pi. -e, breath, breeze.

^S*.
j^att-en,

-tgeil,

usually

now

homewards;

^fu^ett/to

same.

gofi,/., haste.
m.,

to

\t\v\, adv.,

homewards,

-ffe6,hate, hatred; l^af^ geimat(l^),/,

I^afi,m.,gen.

@QU^/

home;

n.,

-ftt,

-igt(l^)ltllt/
n.,

hallow, consecrate;

gcint/

salvation,

hail!

exclam.,

tnat(^); -licj,
private,secret; -toart^,
^^r'w.

:sliuf4,
w-,

Jiazel ;

contain;

cherish, foster.

pi. ^tx, sanctuary,


hardheart^^tgigfttt,/.,

eine arme

hedge.

heal,
(for, gen.

plain.

Itftlg,violent.

-fl, gftl/

garfe,/.,rake.

matters,

/'9pl- ""?/hide, skin

safety;

wait

home;

getti-e,/.,heath;

same,

lartfti,to

^toefftl/n.f

to

m.,

sViXXt^,fn.j

"|altttng,/,housekeeping,

gter, n.,pl.
pend;
de-

|anQftl,/^., ^.,to

at

(to)

c,

"

home;

household;

gaitlls |fli(tl/
S.,

deal, trade;

act,

e, at

hog.

^of, phrase^

nad^

|att0li4,domestic,
ness,
busi-

-tl,

unb

"

home;
"

''

housedoor;
care(s); stljiitf/,

/^-"^f transaction,

trade;
intr.y

contain,

tradesman.

^tOftlCT/fn.i

gu

hold

towel;
stitlj,
".,

handicraft,
"tOfi;f/^""

I^atlbfl/""""

(as).

deem

//. ^e,
ftOttll/

to

sfd^todlt/ prize

and

confinement

t^VLvXi,w.,
*^

"., house

home

imperat. of:
S.y
lialtftl^

point

house

chief;

head,

"",

main

gaud/

head.

over

! stop

halt

l|alt/exciam.t

^0")f,

to

mean,

|clf-fn^S.,
-tX,

tn.,

to

bid, call

intr.,

to

be

be.

help {dat.\ be

helper, assistant.

of use;

VOCABULARY.

231

clear, bngbi.
%tVi{t),

lordship, dominion;

ktVXi\ifi^ltt,f',
hemisph

mistress

^fltgfl,
m.y

stallion, steed.

^tX, adv,,

Sep,

in

tr.

advs,

English

pr/s.

sep.
Note.

to

speaker

in

trally selfexplaining,
given,

lieral^down

the

under

with

comp.y
advs,

verbs,

comp.

around,

being

'^^\t%

to

to

down

sep.

the

{see ^er).

metl^

to

(eranf^

come

up

climb

to

out,
out,

up.

{see ^cr) ; sgaBe^

"Qe!i(ll/ \ttlXJ,hither,
look

bring

autumn

(hither),

duce
pro-

cause;

on,

morning;

of

^trgang,

"*"!

ge^'

go

-It,

lord, gentleman;
Mr.

the

{oftennot
Lord

this

morgcu,

"

".".,

morning;
em.
mod-

and

\vtX9 here;

in

in

trans.

(God);

grand, glorious

pL

-en,

\, bcr

"

Sir,

-Hl^Ielt /.

splendor, glory;

deur,
gran-

-fd^ttffc
/,

prep, for

obj.of

on

{see ^tcr).

this,etc

this way.
with

this, etc.

{see

^icr).
^*^'"
I^ift-naf(^

{often")

-Jidi, lordly,

comp.

cut.

with

comp.

hither,
l|ierl^er^

master,

address.

in

l^ieUnb

(this,these), as

iterant hereon,
gress.
pro-

(likeba).

prep,

proceed,

and

there,

of bieS

case

sense

process.

on,

here

except in

^ifli^fn.i blow, stroke,

flock.
in

abb., "erren.

herewith,
itetnttt'^

"ftt/

fvii^,
early this

"

to conjure (by witchcraft).


\^t%tXi,

[see ^cr).

progress,

f., to
I^ergeletlf

jCe (for\j\tX,),
rare,

-VvS^,autumnal.

(hither),in(to)

m.,

(here) [see \tx).

up

days;
nowa%\\ 2^a0(e) {or l^cutjutage),

ba,

"

ace.

heart); -Ci||,

part.
^ittXtX^itX^p

\tvX-t, to-day, now

inn.

^erlif (old ^ecrbc),/.,herd,


In with

heart;

-cn,

(here) (seel)er)
;

near

^trlietge,
/, lodging,

|ftfitt%in

//.

-ig^of to-day, present,

to bring by wishing.
"tllttnf4eil,

I^ttl^fi/
m,,

out;

adj., heart-rending.

to

to
^ffj^auftlf

gush

{see fpiingeiv

(to the

hearty, cordial;

to bring
^fttlJtCtl/

forth,

hug

I^ftl/bitter, harsh.
"lrtll0ett,

shoot

to

-en,

"

to

sfcl^te"

-cn",

utter.

lerliCt^hither,

issue, arise, proceed;

gen.

to
speak
9\)^Xtt^tVif

appear;

^grl^tM^

out

ftttl,n.,

[see l^cr);

publication ;

issue, publish;

lower

to

treten).

up.

forth

out,

issue,

/,

up

(hither), upward

iVMrm,

(erattd^

; t\xt\t^fto step

^fletgen,f.,

fflimmM^

stteten
"fl^Httgeti^

Itratl^ hither, along {see ^cr); sfOUls

{see \tx) ;

%,VXff./ to

prefix,

down

of, depress.

tone

f", to

grouped,

are

{see ^cr) ;

downward

help

IrtDOr^ forth,

gen-

drive

around.

move

and

step

ed
end-

pred.,

as

sfa^rett,f.,to

Qften ^tVXn'itX,down,

"

written

often

"

The

when

direction

motion^

"

preps.^ forming

or

{see ^cr) ;

prf*., hither, along,

{actualor implied)
not

about

(tillnow)

ago

(of rank).

; persons

\tXViVX^around,

and

master

next
sttac!^|l/

etc.

according
according

"

to"

to

"

this;
this,

(see ^icr).

l|t(titlif
tf over
"

"

for

"

here,

on

"

during this,etc,

concerning
{seel^tcr).

VOCABULARY.

232

hereto,
IJtetJIt'/
this,

to

moreover;

beyond,

for

"

(see \)m),

etc.

past;

over

pass

down,
j^tntttt'ter,

go

on,

stoitrs

downwards;

gfit, to kill and

less.
""fe {old ^aife),/, help; -lo", help-

exclam.,

as

(down).

eat

to turn
(away).
I^ilti^toettliett,

heaven, sky; (immUfdi,


^\VXVXt\,fn.,

^injtt^to (there
besides

heavenly.

l|tn,adv.f

sep, prf.^ hence,

like

comp.

l^er,to

^er,

and

fro.

l^in,ds

under

which

(inali^down

off, "ir|^,

away,

along i^ith opposite sense,

in

and

use

see);

see

IW0^

^ilU
(a point)

^04,inflect.,^ot|=,I}b(|er,
^bd^fl,high;

{see\)\\\),

(out),forth

away

to hinder,
littllienif

l|tnf
tlt^ in(to)

prevent.

in

"

fjt^tU,

to

of in,

sense

look

see

"

with

in

"

to

fall

down,

(to)

to
"ff1^(11^

set

s^tltU,to

inn;

i%t%tn, U

adj.,

sj|(todl^=

elapse;

(to going

out, utter

to

reach

send

off,

away,

set

suflfice;

to,

dispatch;
fasten

on,

9}^Xt^tXLf

to

to stretch
$flr0l((tl^

sfeltg{of

the

usually,

esteem

deceased), late

sflaflt^nt.,

courtiers;
court;

official; sltutt,pl-,

court

".,

stOCBft/

(fntftt {adv,)y behind;

tjon

from

"

"^"i

as

conip.y hinder,

rear

hindfoot; s|iOmittem,

n..

behind;

adv.^

along (from) behind

to

be

j^of^

hoped.

-ist^nU, hopeful,

[^offcil.]

promising,

^orf); ^dif,/*
"

height, top,

upwards.

up,

hollow,

hole,

cave.

$0|n,

as

fft;

s(ft/
or

I^Oleil^
to fetch,

there,

over,

(go

[get.

sweet.

for

and) bring,

to

Dutch.
]^0flattBtf4,

i^t^VX)V^np
(to)

hoho

l^oUl^gracious, kind,

Lower

pref.,sep,

scornful.
|||j|l^nifdi/

scorn;

exclam.,
sfujj, I^Ol^O/

insep.
over
Iftinitlier,

is

^Offnutlg^/"! hope;

hill; in bie

weaver;

polite.

behind.

Pomerania;

court-state,

court

(for, ailf,ace);

hope

fcittUA^ adv.,

|Jo|-,see

s(failtt/ "is

court;

iol^U hollow; ^^U,f,

extend.

adj'
liitlteT/

smitt(5)ifi,

pi. -^e,(court), yard, house,

4offett#to

sit down;

to

blessed;

"

$f^aj^f
||, to

(oflt^/ courteous,

9\(kidtti,to

m.y

m.,

pass,

^tn=rctC^cn,
to

out,

m.,

highly

devote

to limp.
I^infctt,

speak

pride;

"0f,

out;

place).

reflex.

mxX^f

fly away

accustom

to

nets,

to

away,

go

fall

resign,

up,

gifted,

(blessed).

f.,to

9filt%cn,I,
give

sBfs
sfiegalbtf

glii^t^
highly
proud, haughty

[see l^itt).

(imfaUrn^

hot, passionate.

{as prf.^cUso, very);

out,
lllinattd^

shepherd-

%iih,p.,^eben.

(there),to

{see \)'m),

ace,

-eitsBttHe,"".,

boy.

title.)

thither, up
l^inait^

stag.

fn.,

^liullletn^
"., 'fnalie,w

verbs

(Compound

add.

to
sfel^fttf

fttrt-e, nt,j shepherd;

It lib

"

that), in addition,

or

/,

m,,

*Mttt(J)e,/,

elder
"

(tree); Mttt,

berry,

"

flower.

VOCASOLASV.

^Ol)/ "., //.


or

of

grove

of

A^ViUtXfnt.f

^Onig,
pretl,

wood

n,y

^tttlger,tn.,
e8

like

also

adv.y

as

our

^ijett/".| ^"Vw.,

chicken

I^UiI exclam.y
etc.
ftltlf-e,

^iiUC/
/., cover,

; as

Jig., body.

husk.

the

n.,

pron.y

i|tt^accpron.,

[ous.

(it).

\!iBfi,
dat.fem.ypron.,

to

as

to

her

^l^tten^

n.y

pl'j 35t,

etc.,

your,

pi., her,

hers, theirs;

pron.,

art., hers,

(it).
or

; bic

theirs

family, friends

"

; with

cap., pi.,

3fyttX,of

cap.,

and

ever

(within)

to

ever;
;

more

on;
and

at ; clcc,

into,

sep. pre/., eitl* : in

as

In,gives dat., etn, acc,

comp..

sense

"7/"in.

ardent,
tttbrnnflig^

fervent.

tltbfin^conj.,while,

as,

since.

iltliel',
meanwhile,
inliefffll,

however;

conj.,while.
3n)alt^

tn.,

pi.

-t,

sf4)0er,

content(s),

full

of

ing;
mean-

meaning,

weighty.

you.

inncttfadv.,

more

take

and

on

more,

adv.

; Tvith

in bem.

intntCt/ always,
more

en,

"

etc.

oi her, of them
ilJtCt,^^""/^^-f'"

\mfor

guard,

hut.

itl^
prep, dat., in, within,

them;

iljt/
poss. adj.,sing,fem.y
A%f

on

keep;

more.

you.

with

guard,

one's

"fOttf continuously,

(it).

him

their; -tX,poss.

watch,

protection;

(Vowel.)

(self).

"go

him

Qnett, dat.pl.pron.y
to

guard,

^ViHt, f.j cottage,

iVXi^X,
to

(9))0^0tdliri{C^,
hypochondriac.

aHee',/.,idea.
i^VXfdat.

1 away

humor-tfl'ifc^,

humor;

nouttf

movementi

hat.

be

rejlex.yto

3.
iS^,I

impers.^

heed, beware.

envelope

"ttlfe,/,hull, shell,

^ttmOt^m,y

"itf-.

see

hunger;

hungry; tttttgrig,

am

^fYsljattd,fittt,f'i heed,

pshaw

tn,,

liitfll/to
whew

Pettier/

exclam., quick

as

ftttt,
m.y pi. ^c,

hen-house.

".,

to

pi. -e, sudden

huzza
l^ttffa,

chicken

hen),

or

fn,y

spring ;

farrier, smith.

(cock

fowl

mid),

"

$uf(^,
shoe;
^eitftt/
"., horse-

sf^ntiell^
fn.f
$lt|lt/".,

pi.

to hop, skip.
|tt)lfeit,
quick, active.
J^ttrtiH/

pretty," quite.

"*.,/^- -C# hoof;


ftttf,

n.,

nourty

hungry.

IttH^"?/"//.,Ijeben.
"

as

hunger;

starveling; -n^
horizon.

J^uHfl^/
pretty;

"t, hundred.

cutter.

horn.

".,

//. -e, dog; ^ijeii,^lein^

dim,

%ViVi^tXi,
(a) hundred

9%^dtX, fn^,

hear.

^OrtlOnt^
m.,
^Orn^

^""".

honey.

m.y
to

bundle

) ; sfeuiitielf
"""

"

^^Ctt/ ".,

"

(piece gttitb,w.,

wood

(or -e),

""er

233

before cotnp.,

auf

forever

"

within.

adj. comp.,
ftttlft^
"

c, the

(inner)

inner, interior; bad


soul.

VOCABULARY,

^34

internal,
ititltg,

cordial

intimate,

other

sup,

adv., iuuigfl.

lHA/or

baS

in

written
secret

sgf mtitt^

t^i^tXVH, in

in

common,

$gcfam(m)t,
in the
^fitttftigC^

adverbs,

some

word

one

all

erally;
gen-

together;

\tt-t,

in

to

ttbtf4/ earthly,
itgCttll/ever,

to
lfoK(c)'reilr

all

taken,
mis-

-t(")ttlll,
m,,fL

isolate.

Italian.
Italy; itollc'ttif*,

".,

t^t, old, for \t%if

now.

with

usually

"

be

cffcn.

t"t".

ataaietl,

interest.

terrestrial.

at

lead

/r., to

reflex., to

}"e misled;

teresting
inl".

-ant',

interest;

"",

err

"

confuse;

astray,

astray,

"^'vmtX,error.

dntettigen}^/, intelligence.
to
-i(0)'reil,

lead

to'

go

confused

astray,

mislead

astray,

inscription.

3ntcreff-e^

irishman.

error,

tnad)en,
-Ctl,

henceforth.

future,

3tlatl)ier,m.,

infonllfriett^in particular, especially.


3nf4rtft,/,

anything;

etkoaS,

"

stOOf anywhere.

forms

as

indef,;

;JJ^ (Consonant.)
|fl/yes

forsooth,

by

all

//.

jagflt,

chase,

hunt,
rush

race,

after

intr., [.,

-^,for

eiit,

-f0"Jf it//,

yearly,
Jial^rU^/
fn.,

(a) pity;

^maul/

(mouth);

-n,

to

always

ciu

each

"

everybody,

tVXWXVi,

on

gen.,

-ig,of

this

the

former;
side

that

of,

time, present;

jefct.
shout

30tttttaF/

n.,

to

^^,

yell.

journal {French

jubilation, shout

exult, shout

3ttai, or

face

wry

dim.,

lamentable.

before comp.,

jc

3tt1iu|,

fung, comp.

grieve, lament;

sorrowful,
liinilltetUl^/

gtDCl,

\t

J).

(of joy)

(for joy).

(time,

persons);

or

-H^/ youthful.
lamentation,

n.,

^Vi%tVit,ft youth

annual.

sorrow,

one

to
jiollen,

-tl/ to

season

every

ever.

(one)

(one), yonder,

3ttli(lfm.,

au",

"

iVXMr

-fdt(l)/ prep,

-(d)srec^t/ n,,

"

(more)

anybody.

it%-if now;

race,

the
....

distributive,

time

every

-(0)smatllt, //.

year;

year

at

jen-et/ that

year); A^ViVit^tti,
n., century;

3(intniet,

j[0,
ever,

abrupt.
-c,

one,

right.

3oftr, ".,//.

num.,

two

beyond.

n.,

(more)

before

speed.

same;

iaj(e)/ steep,

the

hunter;

^XtVitt, the
hunter's

as

ture
adven-

hounds.

drive;

bcflo, the

iftiet;each,

huntmg

companion

"

of the

master

^^tX,fn,,

(of

hunt,

-nx,

^^aHeittCttfO "","

A^tXt, nt.,

year

well,

"gttlO{f(6)f
ffi'i

to

truly,

of course,

etc.

means,

(party);

to

know,

you

Sflfitl,/,

indeed,

often emphasis,

".,

virgin,
"

young

dear

maid
man.

m.,

^er, young;
little
;

July.
double
^eil^eit/

fellow;

3un0Hllgf

m.,

"ftlltt,/"
youth,

VOCABULARY.

235

ft.

Haffee^

Hegf I, m.y

-6, coffee.

fn.,gen,

sfaal, m-i

emperor;

perial
im-

ball.

Hall/

//., calf.

folt, ^^w/. -^^ cold,


cold,

cool

9t^\it,/.,

coolness.

"HametaOl(e),
naming

i^cS^e,/.,throat.
to
ffl^tcn^

turn,

^ixVX,

germ,

fn,y

ffin, no,

[^amm,

comb.]

z%txt,

/., chamber;

^ammer^

m,,

m.,

fight, battle,

//. %

Itetfer^m.,
Herl,

lmn,pr.,

lomien.

Itanne,/,

can,

"?.,

prison

"

^ajlttal^
".,
gen.

chancellor,

urer.
treas-

-^f pi. -icn, capital,

Charles.

ftottonel,/,

ftinb,

kettle, basin.

pebble,

^atanl^^

potato.

w.,
"

"tTMlmm,
"

meal.

ftiflf//" chest,

laum,

^manit^

hardly.

(ei(^bold, impudent

consistory; sjjof^

4(4)nrm,

w,

box.

complaint,

-(e)4iel","., dirge?

ftate,/,

gc^en, to

-ensrat(IJ),"*.,

^lag-e^ /, lament,
lament,

buy

"

steeple.

lamentable,
m.ypl. usually

ftiffftt^
"., cushion, pillow.

-8, catarrh.

cat.

-ifd^,childish

churchyard;

-eitsme|l,".,

merchant.

-tiilXvit,
grandchild;

church;

to

to chatechise.
fate4i{!(C)'rCtl,

AvXitf

-letn, "., fl^/zw.;-li^,


in bie
ftirift-c,/.,
church;

church

cheese.

(for money), treasury.

m.,gen.

to
!ottf-eil/

t^txn, m.j

-etsf^ttle,/., (primary)

child;

".,

church-councillor,

hoe.

IJafia'iti-e,
/., chestnut;
tree;

flint ;

childlike.

go

^fifc^m.ygen.-%,pl.
ftafff^/-, box

taper.

-Ijfit,/.,childhood

(money).

pi. -if

sfefl^firm, staunch.

flint stone.

fta|icne,/, chapel.

"

acquainted

/., chain.

school

m.y

one,

smetftet^""., jailer.

kernel;

/".,

fttefel,m.,

pot.

Itailjlftf
fn.t pL

ftarfl,m,,

be

know,

to

^ftje,/, candle,
better

fontite^/.,tennen.

m.f

no

fellow.

fkt^tXf m.,

struggle.

^arl,

-tXfpron.^

any;

fteimtttig (^/^in6),/,//.-ffe, knowledge,

^trn,

chamberlain.

ftanHjf,

bud.

information.
comb,

to

return.

with.

comrade.

m.,

fireplace.
fammttt,

not

ftnnett/ M.^

(or m.), pi. -t, chimney,

n.

(at

none.

tonimen.

Hvx,pt

boy

ball

ditto).

ftaljll,
"?.,//.^e, boat.
ni.,

of tenpins);

pin (at game

s!|ttttge^
m.,

bleak.

(d^lfbald, bare,
^atfer,

cone

(of);

complain

sation;
accu-

-en,

nagltdl^

pitiable.

natig,/., flingcii.
^lattg/ fn., pi. ^c,
nQ|i|ld,exclam.,
liar, clear.

sound,

clap

to

ring.

VOCABULARY,

236
to clap.
Ikltf^tll,

StoxptX,tn., body.

StlMt, /,

lofttl/to

claw.

StlMn',
ftleUl,

dress,

garment,

n.,

clothes

coat

//.

clothe, dress.

-eit/ to

$tO%/', food, fare

pL -c, piano.

n.,

ftofi//"" /^- -^tt,


costly;

trifle.
little,small; -igfett,/,
fleitl,

Itleino)!/".,

-8, //.

gen,

-e

paste.

to
-5".,
Qttl0etlf
to
fUltlett,

climb.

ring.

(a latch).

crow.

claw.

I^lnfcrn,, pL ^6e, clod.

fltanttlf,
m,,

Cramer,

ItloftCt/"., pl'^t cloister, convent.

flttg/^t7w/. ^, shrewd,

Knight

Utaitt,

"
.

knee
"

-fit,

bone;

to

kneel.

".,

patient;

insult.

pain, wound,

pi. *c, wreath,

garland,

curly-headed.
sld|ifi0f

herb, vegetable.

".,

circle;

""""

Itoloitie^/, //.

-CH/

circle,

to

t^r

ic'eii,
colony.

I^O^jf,
m.,

".,

/,
-gstoaljl,

//. -e,
in

kreutzer

cross)

irr.^

tion
elec-

Jlrteg/"".,

scream.

adj,, frcug

cross;

all directions;

(small

^l^Ub^

tn.,

coin

-tt,

with

cut,

cross

or

to

be able

pL ^e, head;

(to),can,

^^m,

to
frtegetl^

Itrone,/,

ftOXh,m.,pl. ^t,h3isket;^(^tn,n.ydtm.
wheat

to

creep.

tary
-dstlteit|l,
"?r//.,mili-

get, obtain.

^leilt, froc^^/., fricd^cn.

ff., dtfn,

I^oril/"., grain, corn

war;

%,

service.

[may.

"

of

screech,

frtec^en,S., f.or

come.

ftonig,"^., king;
n^ mod.

to

blow.

*S".,j.,to

of

^reU),

m.f

-i'cn

fomifc^, comic.
fommen^

frdf^f n^

(unb quer),

cook.

ilober^tn.y bait.

field ;

as

whirl, revolve.

foc^en,to

ear

grocer.

cramp.

ItretHe,/., chalk.

ftlO^Ctlt, Hrfid/

i^nofrtf/* bud.
to tie, fasten, unite, connect.
Ittit^lffn,

/,

to
friinfflt,

SRupert, ftaitB^ curled

"

bony.

fonnt

forcible,

crown.

servant;

ItltO^en,""., pL

pL ^c,

intelligence. IhratlJ,
m.,

fioy.

-e,

shopkeeper,

nt.,

\tWliXfComp."-, sick;

clever

wise,

-\t\i9f', shrewdness,

$000, powerful,

potent

ftratte,/.,

Itnif, "., //.

exclam.,

as

tdiftig,strong,

strong;

ftttWie,
/., cliff.
to knock.
flojlfeit,

^Itei^t/ "^-,

crash

to
fral^eit,

ItitaHe^m,,

ly,
foftUd),cost-

weak;

powerless,

sound,

click

-bar,

fraij!
strength, force; 400,
iltaft,/,//.'^c,

^"f". -^, climate.

"",

cost

delicious.

precious,

jewel.

nettern^ f.,to

taste.

cost, expense

-ieit, fmilftl/ to crack,

or

to

-tU,

to

-en,

crack

ftleifttr,
m.y
Itlima/

(affectionately),caress.

chat

crown

crown

officer ;

Mmd,

froncit^to

(wheat); sajte, 9xVi%, tn., pi. ^e, pitcher.


;

"ffttl,
".,

^l^atlllfl/
grain
m.f

wheat-

trade.

^ttgel,/.,ball.
ftuS//" /^- ""^fcow.

adj\
crown.

as

".,

2^8

VOCABULARY.

V^tVL%i%,living,alive, lively. [From


iPbcuD,with
led-en^

changed

lick; -tX,

to

ace,

Smfo'tr, /., gilliflower.

mt,

licker, gourmand;

m.^

Ueb, dear,

XttX, empty.

pleases
down,

lie

down,

reflex.,

abate.

to

(e^tt-en,to

put

easy-

teach

learned;

pupil, apprentice

m.y

teacher

ittl^,

fifib, tn.,

pi.

%tvfy-t,/,
funeral

iVXtV^LtX,
fn.,

body;

sermon;

-etl^Jttg,

-f

for

en,

e"=

"

-etIstOllgCtI/^m

fleru).

mir

t^Ut

Icib, I

"

Iteb'fofrn,to
procession.

Hrf/ /.,

iftIttir
"

! -tg,

alas

to

letiten,to
S.,
\t\tVi,

guide,

-er,

manage;

usually,

to

read.

lie, lie down,

be

indecl., Limburger.

Iinf",gen.

adv.,

on,

left.

to, the

licorice
gi(|ltirt^3ietl"faft,
m.,
-en,

juice.

cunning, craft, trick;

Sob/"*"

go4,

for
courteous.

no

pi., praise; -cn,

lobltll/
praiseworthy,

shine.

kind,
ffrligf

fen.

litt,/., leiben.

gather

4eutc

song.
Ian

-ig, cunning, sly.

^tVii-tppi' coll., people,


comp,,

but

if simple.^

gift,/, pi.

ruler.

Iri^t,
last ; %\\\i\^i,
at last.
to
XtvJS^iVX,

[Ucb+fofcn,

licj/ /., Ieit,en.

^r

leam.
to

{see
liebftcii

am

"iWe, /, lip.

lark.

Serine,/,

adv., usually,

as

caress.

left (hand) ;
lillf/

Crftii'rr,
/, reading.

manager,

sup.^

adj.
Stmbtttgrr,

leltt-rn,adj.,linen; sfttd),
n., sheet.

m.,

Xvt^-

gi'lir,/, lily.

lend.

turn,

love ;

painful, pitiful, licLP', laffen.

i^cinr,/., line, rope.

lenf-rn, to

of

situated.

-lil|,tolerable.

S.,
IriltCtI,

gu

lovely,
-endstDttrilig,

lUgen, S.,\),or \,,to

etc.;

sorry,

adv., unfortunately

comp.

; -ix,

poor

am

e8

suffer; -rtlil|aft/,passion

-tXi, S., to

exclam.,

phrases,

{or

"

-^VX, n.,dim,;

labor

Ueb

liefer, rather

\t\t^i,light,easy.

gu

Sieb-e^ /,

-end^lonrlltgfett/jove-

/"
-rtl")lte!ligt

"".,

below,

see

mir

to

liness,amiability.

giell,".,

in

my

lifbft^comp,,

funeral

below

love;

to

adv.,

sake;

d^btf lift,
m.,

conj. as

kill,adj. pred.

one

"

gcnjinncn,

as

sfofeit, see

amiable;
au8

might.

all one's

corpse

hearse;

instructive.

-tx,

frdftcu,with

^^Itgr,

scholar;

".,

as

adj., grlrl^rt, Ueb),

pp.

glad (that) ;
"

love;

it

"

am

love;

love, loved

\t\i-tXi, to

pi. -er,

ijl mir

c8

me,

to

Uebcr

chair.

beloved

Ijafacn,to
learn

sftuftl,
m.,

lean;

n^

light; {pi, -e, candles.)

-et^ntunl/ n., gourmand.

\t%tn, to lay, lay

gf^t,

fitb (^/dTgieb),"., (eye)lid.

free, unencumbered.
(fllig,

to

light,bright ;

folks;

[in

".,

praise;

laudable.

hole.

to entice,
loifftif

pi. of 3Jianu); got,

to

//., tan

bark;

allure.
^-^
sgetbCT/

gojn^ fw.,//. *c, reward,

wages;

tanner.

-en.

VOCABULARY.

reward,

to

Sol

Sng^

pay.

{ofd !?Ooe),".,//. -C, lot (lottery),

prf,,

free ;

adv.

as

to" fire
l||0"lllitlleil,

*8rt^1t,\.,to

start, rush

f.,to get loose, rid (of ;

i^OtOf/m.^

lie

m.y

Xrug)

and

sep,

(a gun)

^/""'

ace,

gen.),

or

sgefiKbrl,

rag;

"

ragamuffins.

::0Cfang,
m.,

tite;

joyous,

Lewis.
K^ltbtOfg,

long

filtft,/,
//. ^e, air, breeze,

//.

of

pack

Louisa.
e/^l^nife,

"IOrr!iril, Sttfl,/,//. "-^1pleasure, desire,

lion.

breath.

unb

usually Sttgr,/, lie.

gitm)irit,w.,
n.y

?U0

(i" the phrase

fitttl^eil/
""!

fate, destiny,

lof(()f loose,

239

song

luftfltf to

merry;

appe-

joy; -ig,

cf

wish,

usually impers., mic^ luflct,

"

long (nad^;for).

m.

nta^ett/ to

make,

to
\i(!i^,

"

fic^in

(that) ;

do,

bic

tute;
consti-

cause,

cause,

to

jump

people,

(any person); often

we

tr.

tnatiil(cin),or mand)-cr, -c,

up.

9Rai^t, /., //.


strength

might,

^e,

mighty,
lttfil|ttQ,

power,

a,

ful,
power-

various.

URangel, /"., //. ^

mtt0, pr.y niogcn.

SHagajtlt^
"., magazine, store(house).
servant;
/., //. ^c, maid, maideQ, maidSRllgb^

SRngeilffn.y pi.

stomach,

"

9^al)I/n.j pl.-t or^a,


sjfit,y^, mealtime,

ntatlett (S.y only

maw.

in

meal,

gcmo^Icn),

p.p.

admonish,

warn,

mangelt

there

an,

is

impers.y
lack

of

^||rtt,
''Ifill,
n.y

dim.;

-fl^aft, /,

forces,

crew.

body

of

men,

various.

WtmitX,

pi. ^

fn.y

mantle;

IKarilrit (^/a^ Wim^nx),


story, tale, legend

SWottI,f.y poet, for iWogb.

SKaie^df,/, majesty
SMill/ """ pi-

-C

^^

duration),

and

so

joys (such

//" -f
-t(^,majestic. SWiltf,/.,

"^cr, mark,

usually time

sign, SRatft,

cloak;

indecl.;

often

paint;

-et,

m.y

^/Vw.,

4ufl, /, legendary
told

in

legend)
boundary, limit, end.
as

n,

".,

are

pi. ^e, market;

^lai^,w.,

market-place.

(recurrence, not
in

SXtarf^att,w.,

//. -ciKe, marshal.

ittttf,
/., meffen.

smalf time(s).

painter.

lack

wanting,

bag.

urge.

mare.

to

ed

be

URdtttrlfIn, "., "//"?.;sfod,/w.,carpet-

flfilt^en,see Wicix^txu

ntal-en,

-tl, to

(an, of);

URattttfCtitlt^
"., manuscript.

meal.

Witii^Xt,f.y

comp.

kinds,

many

maitntgfaltig,manifold,

repast;

grind.

point;

-c", many

lack

want,

9Rantl, //. "^tX,man;

(navigator).

lean, thin, meager.

to
Qtal^nctt,

by pass,

(dat.).

^tXVipn.ydim.

SXtagellait^
Magellan

maget,

-ftici,

many;

of

they,

URaitHfl,/., almond.

strong.

to

(money).

mammon,

/W"^. j-w^'.,one,

Ittatif

manage

^'t\)t"f

9Ratftm01l,/".,

"".,

//.

"

SXtal (t?/^iKoag),
proportion,

".,

//" -6^; measure,

[mcffcn.]

VOCABULARY.

240

SItffe,/,

S^^ff^//"" "i^2LSs

mass.

nif t", moderate,


[a"a6.]
Rtf

m,,

-e?, //. -fU,

gen.

ship); sittm,

/^

m.,

xnm^.

't,

mouse

vulg,, of

'^tU, Htim,

hunter.

9%U,\tU,m,,

sea;

bay,

ni(^t

longer;

no

more,

increase;

to

-tU,

no

"

charitable;

soften, alleviate,

[milber,

comp.'\
WUrtHet/^"w/."less;

SRuti'ftttf
^"t

-e{l,least.

minister.

/., mmute.

Wktf dot., (to) me.

[ma^lenj

more;

Mignon.

gentle, soft,

to

If., meal,

Wf)tf

mtl^, mUd,

Htnt'tf

gulf.
Hell,

(/r. MinyonO,

HtU^, /., milk.

't^figfTf"".,mouse

".,//" -",

iiic.

"'^^*"

-tni,

It., dim,;

Reer,

nt^/

SltgMK^/.,

matter

men).

WtlM^f-fpL

measure.

9lif K(, y*, mien, look, expression.

(of beasts;

moath

(of

mast

dull.

watt, faint, feeble,


n.y

JReffex, "S'.,to

fair.

9lett)l|l|'ttCV9^
"".i metaphysician.

SRtte'rier^, material,
9lul

temperate.

average,

(church),

Wi\^t9i, to

mix.

{as Sliflmit^,

-ft

pi. 't, misuse,

m.,

use.
ab-

eral,
sevi/com/^.),usually pl,^ llie|rtrr,

than

more

XXVU^Vkf S.,

ntfiK, poss, ad/.,


^"p".),* -fXp
lor 0f n,

(wxM

on

also

avoid.

shun,

to

mit, "^"'., sep.prf., with, along (with),

one.

{or for melner,

my

-ct"

poss,pron.,X"iLva"\
part,

my

art.)y mine

bic

for

as

me

-tg

ily,
fam-

Ctt,my

"

friends.

or

nteitttt {or mcin),

pers.,

gen.

mrill-eil/to think,

mean

say,

of

me.

-Wk%,

most;

om

en,

"

sup.) ; -flt0^ adv.

SRetfter, "".,

nic^tcn,by

"

letter, "".,
"".,

VXiU,

sftttrf,
".,

master;

terpiece.
mas-

or

mitts, II* comp.,

to

/" multitude,
SRettgr,

crowd,

(large)

m.^

pi. -en,

-^xto^,
human,

SXtetUlian^ *".,
mtrf-ftl^

man,

to

human

ing,
be-

-en^brgrl^r, human

person;

desire

mid-.

with

(one), take

to

take

to
lltittOi)ei(-en,

along.

share

"

-Hug,/-)

effcn,to

with,

nicate
commu-

communication.

south;

noon,

gu

; -^^rttle,

dine

-^sftttiUie,

{see9lu^e, @tunbe).

quantity.

SRcnf^r

make

SRittag,tn., midday,

milk.

sMX*

part in.

mrlfrtt^ S.orW.,

"ffbltie,

fellow-slave.

mitneimen,

mostly.

gen.,

means

to bring along.
mitlTingett,
f.,
Witgeleit, to go along (with).
9HtIei)l,n.y pity ; -K^,compassionate.

{adv.

most

no

along with,

fellow-laborer

ntitnUl^eit,to

opinion, meaning.
mrtfi,

by;

dat., with,

prep,

")lltnft^
fn.,

humane.

mark,

f.y remarkableness,

midst,
in

central

center.

comp.,

middle;

point, center;

iPttttel,
medium,
n., middle,

meridian.

remarkable
stoitrbtg,

9Ritte,/."middle,

ntittelradj., usually

remark,

notice;

it,
; ":to JtrHtgfr
(a) curiosity.

nttttetl/adv.,
in

the

midst

in

means,

prep, phrases,

of,

etc.

SRittemaifet,
/, midnight,

north.

"

in,

VOCABULARY.

adj., (mittel),middle,

mittlrr, comp.

241

mull-e,

irr., may

permitted

"

WluM-t, /., toil, pains;

mogen.

modal

mOQ-Cltf

like

"

sup, adv.y

painful

as
-ft||f},

much

SKitJl-r^/,

as

9Ronl", m.,pl. -e,

SRotttag,m.,
SRoodf

moon,

Monday,

SRittter,m.,

aWitnti,/".,//.

iX^\t, f-t

moss;

".,

Jig,^month.

[aj^onb.]

morberifllfmurderous.
pi.

m.,

adv., morgftl,

defining
this
,

to-morrow,

y\Tithe morning;

word

morning

movgeit^,

9Korgen8, mornings^
sittft/f'i morning

of

"

n.,

breeze

roseate

sf^Ott/

dawn;

or

9Rut(lt)" m.,
;

courage

feel

; noun,

w.,

must,

useless.

aWute,

iju

"

"

;stllillc,

; -ig^ spirited,brave

caprice.

wantonness,

mother's

wine.

new

to.

"

spirit; usually,

ijlmir

e8

pelled
com-

model.

mood,

SXttttter,
/, //. ^

beauty.

9llof}^
m.y

leisure;

at

be

to

have

"

SKtttflCt/
n,, pattern,

morning

with

mouth.

of

irr., must;

l)eute mil^ig,idle,
beS

mitiibltil^

mouth;

-e,

obliged

"

morning;

air,

*tttt{
J)/ morning-red,

with

or

tub.

murmur.

modal
WXVJ^tVif

east;

same.

/r., mflffcn.

mu6,
morning,

"

the

miller.

mitrmclll/ to

SRorgrn^

=ratl,"., mill-wheel;

verbal, by word

moss-

rose.

"

mill

SRltlbe,/, trough,

month.

pi. -Z,

some,
toil-

painful,

-fdtg^

-Ctt^tOb/ (fo^t)

tn.^

-fam,

wretched.

-\{i^,possible

to;

"

able

be

to

possible.
SKon'ot/

-igfett /,

fatigue,weariness.

central, average.

inod)tr,/"

tired, fatigued ;

sljrtj,
".,

mother;

heart;

muttctUll^

moth'

erly.

of, or like, Mozart.


SlRojarttfl^/
91.

f.,to
nai|gr|rtt,

ttailfadv., sep.prf., after, afterward,


behind,
UUb

"

towards,

accordingly;

to(place); according
oftenfollows)

na^al^men^

to

9lad)batr m.,

gen.

to

A^tVX,

imitate

towards,

to catch
]tlll|lliofon/

{in this sense,

naiijagrit,
\*or\,

to

next

uad^bcm.

see

after, chase

-{"|ttft/
/., neighborhood.
adv.y
nuil^lieilt^

after

conj.,after, according
to
ttai|tirnf-rn,

think

succeed

na^grbrtt^

to

give

after

{dat.).
way,

or

race

tiad)f(!^td(ttf
to

scream

news.

{dat.)

after
or

(over), reflect; ttfi^fl/


sup., na^, next,

-IH^ reflecting,thoughtful.
to

to

shout

after

{dat.^.

as.

{*/ to follow
ttfl(!^foiQftt/

recover.

hunt

9laftti4tr/., information,
]ta4f(6illFcn^send

with,

afternoon.

to

that, afterwards

up

[dat.).

{dat^.

9la(6mitta0rm.,

{dat).

-^, pi. -It, neighbor

{dat.).

Ita^dtaBrn^
to dig after; dig for
na(^l)ft^
afterwards.

"

by degrees, gradually \prep.

i/aA,after, behind,

after, follow

go

/r^/.
^r

hind,
be-

dat.,

next

to,

adv., next;
after;

-cn0,

shortly.
9la4t, /.,//"

yield(to,d?'a/.). ^r

bc8

-^^

night, flflTz/.,
iia(ftt",

9^ia(i)t8
by night ; sljcr*
(/Vr.),

vocabulary:

242

^tt^t, /., night's lodging;


bed

".,

(for

the

lRa4t(lt)cil/
^'"

-tg^

hurtful.

ttf

nailt, naked.

^t^,

9latlfl^/M needle, pin.

^lagel,fn,,

i^U

rMcn,

"

treten,

"

encroach

to

about

sjtt, nearly,

((/af.);nrit,

near

cincni

ness,
9la^t,/., near-

neighboihood.
mf^-tn,

to

sew

nai^m,
/.,

needle.

^ex,f

feed

to

on.

re-

by.

not
tli(^t,
not

; gar

yet ;

no

food,

not

"

port.
sup-

-etilt^/,

artless;

na-

simplicity. [French.]

weUy

(the) named,
ttdtttlifllf

me^r,

"

adv.^

indeed.

namely,

vXt,

9lotr, fn.,pl.-en,

-Jrlt/., folly,

9lfif4^/ ^'i

sweet-tooth,

nibbler.

n.,dim.;
; ^(^rtl,

9lflH//""ose

the
s||tal0^

moist

wet,

adv.y of

as

natittlt^^

ral
natu-

course.

fn.",

mist,

nebula

sf}ra"r^/., milky

of,

near

way.

prep, dat.,

near;

beside, by, with, besides


side

"f}etn,

fog, nebula;

nc6cn, adv.y beside,

the

down,

to

to

take

bend,

down,

cast

sep,

reflex.,

to
sff||Iagftt/

settle;

down,

defeat;

[tragcn.]

mean,

[nicber.J

base, lowly.

ttiematltlfgen,

-",

nobody,

acc.y

(to)

A^tX, alongside,

(from dat.),

incline

incline, decline, bow;

reflex., to
part,

adj..

tmt\^X,

never;

by no means.
itimm-t, from

no

one.

nevermore;

ne^men.
-",

nowhere;

stoo,

the

same.

ttOl^/adv., yet, still,besides;


one

more,

more

"

nOl|f conj.,
....

S.,
nelftmrtt^

let down

to

lower;
also

9^'^^lVi^tXi,
part, adj.,dejected.

along.

ndQCttf

sit

lttr0enD,or

lRca)ie^"., Naples.
9le(d/

to

same,

downward

An^tti,

ttimmer,

iRtttUt',/.,nature;

for

[2Jeann.]

pert, impertinent.

na",

ttt^tcil^

adj., nether,

down,

adv.,

low,
1tirtlti0f

-tmt^,

old

"

^tOUrbiQ,good

nteHertrdAttg^low,

foolishness.

mit

nod.

never

strike
fool

"

longer

no

phrases:

in

ttoci^

nothing.

pre/.;

same;

all ;

at

tliebft/ comp,
naive,
ItttiH',

[nafe.]

means.

to
nillrtt,

HlflQttttlQ,
/-f nourishment,

snare.

,/, curiosity; -Klj^


^gtertlf

ni"|tt,nothing;
live

nerve.

moisten,

wet,

new

by

net^men.

to
nourish, feed, nurse";
tlttl^l^Cttf
'

-f/ net,

indef,pron.

snabel, /,

-en,

or

lately.
;

one

upon

call.

name,

nest.

".,

ttetftt/to

approach

to

to

9lf$/ """ /^"

nail.

"oft(e), na^cr, m6)\t,


eiiicm

nttftl/ M.^

9l(tll/m.ypL-t

pL ',

(to,

nritt,no.

neck.

"

favorable

dot:),

disadvantage;

disadvantageous,

iftadtn,m,^pl.

gettrigt,inclined,

"lttgft^

nightj.

another

not
liic^t,
nor

"

eilt,

cilimat, once

"

yet.

Wcber
....

nod^,

ther
nei-

nor.

tress;
dis9lot{J),/." (Pl'^^)t need, want,
fbtttftig,needy, scanty;

stOf

nDtg,

necessary

need1101(1^)^9/

VOCABULARY.

/ul,

necessary

need

l^abcn,to

"

243

9itt6,/., //. ^ffe,nut,

compel.
ttOt(ft)i0flt,
well, surely ;

tllttt^now,

ba6)/ now
IMtf

{for

conj.

^Vi%,

UUll

that, since.

gu

only, just ; after indefy

ni.y

U4/

ever.

jRlttftl^
tn.^

or

macf)en, to

"

^Betg,

hill; sf||ak,/., nutshell.

^77., nut-

to

walnut

service;

use,

make

of; ntt^"

use

useful.

".

O^

Ol^fexclam,,

^'^

1 oh

06/ ^^";'.,whether,
al"

although;

if ;

"

9%\t\^,

if;

stOO|l {or Sep., ob

obglclt^),

(=

as

"

sides;

Glcid}/ob

"

iDO^t),although.
above,
Odctl/^zd^z'.,

high, up-stairs

on

".,

Olift/".,

Oftf comp,
QMtxm,

n.j

^a^t,

-t,

iifterd, quite

m.y

pi.

tn.j
to

Oft/

pi. -C, pair;


a

pi.

-t,

pack

^n.j

page,

for, be-

but

%^VB(t,fj

^t, pack, package.

(up) ;

to

seize.

attendant.

[French;

".,
$ll)lier^

pi. -afte, palace.

of

order).

an

complete

order,

proper;

adv.

alsot

regularity,

rangement.
ar-

^ex, place.

or

Often, /w., (the) East;

^r

(the)

paper.

Indies.

East

to pain,
(IftntQftt,

^elj, ni.y fur,

to fit,suit {flat.).
Iiaffrti,

come

to

pass,

torment.

skin.

^erle,
/., pearl.
^etttrf'e,
/., peruke,
^erfun',/,
person.

^fau,

[French.]

4n!lteti,

(to, daU).

%\^XttX,

$ajl|lf,
y*-)pasteboard.
?)artif',/, party, part.

(music).

pc. -c,

^fall, m.y pi.

palm(-tree).
//. -e,

n.f

rn.y

occur

pr., nearly, ^l^ofcl}e.]

$ala|i', m.,

to
(fin) jlttttr,
as
)iaffi(f)'tr]t/
pass,

few.
or

ration
order, class, deco-

"

Otgel, /., organ


Oti,

without,

accy

num.y

ear.

operation.
O|ietati0lt^/.,

/,
OrlltinttQ/

open.

uncle.

Ojllf,/^^.

sfrigr,

officer.

"-f often;

fn,y

padtU,

on

ear

quite, really.

oven.

(/r. comp,),

indef

the

0rllftltlt4/orderly, regular,

ox.

to
offttrtl,

//. -en,

^-?". -c8,

box

downright,

OfPcier', m.,pl,
often

OI|t, "",

sma^t, /, //.

swoon.

(badge
-en,

without

oratorical.
sfldH^ OratOt'tff^,

or.

Offeit,open

$aff/

\\\u

weakness,

Otbftl,

en, m.,pl. ^f stove,

^aax,

gu,

(that),

infin.,

tr.

ing.

fruit.

OiifCr),/"., //.
Of

forester

garment.

outer

oUcr,

upper,

"

see
OiJ"'0eftt5r,

ft
superior, chief

chief

sfotder, """"

"

that

-en,

besides.
i^{"0)Xt\n,

VibtXfadj, compnt

but

bo6, r^";'.,without

"

m.y

tn.,

"

pi. -e,

-Cllsflo0,
w.,
^ffffft,w.,

path.

-e,

pi.

wig.

"

pepper.

parson.
or

house

en,

peacock;

{stall).

VOCABULARY,

244

hiss.

^S*.,to pipe, whistle,


(ifctfcil/

VfcUttf

^M

^flanj-t,
/, plant;

-ftt,

W'.y rarely
)lfl(0(ll/
{ace.

admuiister

S.j

to

plant.

$ilfl^

be

\ to

)iPffrn,

customed
ac-

in

only

fancy, phantasy.

^|Ullf0)llt'/
^""

P^- -P"f

philosopher

-if', /, philosophy.

^\^^\^Xtfit\{^'XtXi,

to

$tl)f

peck,

! -fn,

phosphoresce.

Illagen^

to

exclam.,

aj

f^Iatt, m.,

pi.

-tf

ni.,

m.,

did.
splen)nrafl|tt0^

VtoBf,

^e,

plain,

pi.

priest.
prince

pi. -en,

-cffin, /.,

lawn

pi. -eii, prophet.

m.,

^rOlltn3^
/., province.
^mjrffion^ ^ocrffion^

to examine,
jltufctt/

torture.

vex,

n.,

/"",trial, test, proof.

^X^\l^tV,

or

as

princess.

peck, pick.

plague,

news;

mail-day.

^ritt),

physiognomy.

picking;

to

(mail),

Iiraffeiin,
to crackle.
jiretfrn,
S., to praise.
jirrltminar^
preliminary;
^ricftft,

mushroom.

^'j

post

-ien.

""5r^0if*.Phrygian.
$6l|fiOgnomte^/.,

/,

^^

cession.
pro-

plan.

f^Iai^ftn.,
"

n.,

pi. ^t, place,

ite^meit,

to

take

seat

room,
seat

"i^tn, ^ttbltfum,

n.,

test,

prove.

(the) public.

(Jam.),
)lttm|irltt

dtm.

to
plash, splash.
(llatfl^frn,

f^ltttft,
m.,

jilautierti^
chat.
to
jllO^Urir
sudden.

^ViXf
pure.
to adorn,
jlU^Ctl^

pi. -e,

to

thump.

point.

dress

up

polish.

to

Ci.
to
torment,
I^ttilettr

Cualnt^^^f-)
Cuarfr
OttCtt^

ni.,
w.,

plague.

//--e, qualm;
dirt,
""ar^

practical.
|ira!tif4,

Vtatltafir^ /,

-tf4f poetic

for-

see

Pomerania.

/', splendor;
%xaiSljl(,

words

pick

".,

4flgf ^M

usually,

now,

f^i(f/nt.,

poet

-cn,

f^O|i//" pl'-tn,
plow.

Wotr,/"paw.

eign

pi.

tn.,

^artttQir'fe,
Portuguese.
m.,

duty-

-""f

V(itt8, fn., pi. Hf

||l^occurs

$Oft^

poetry.

Vommrm,

pluck.

to

populace.

m.,

^arfir^/,

tend,

nurse,

to.

f^fiiftt/
/" P^'

exclam.^

cu

plump!
to

gen.)

or

awkward

(lining/heavy,

pillar, column.

spring,
vapor.

trash.

usually, Ourlle, /,

or

source,

fountain;

-en,

f., to spring, gush.

IfttCt, crosswise

{usually adv.),

qniUi, pr., qucttciu

S",

246

VOCABULARY.

rttt-e", S,, f.or

^., to

ride ; -ft,

"f

.,

rider, horseman.

\, or

tVXUtfk,

running,

-eK=flaif,m.,

\\,fto

as

run;

n^

Ke'llKifW,"." requiem.

Kefbeitl^,/,
residence,

escape

capital (city).

rescue,

save;

-ft,

escape.

penitence.

jti "runbe

judge;

to

.^v

ruin;

to

"

to
,

tittg0,

wring

intr,,to struggle,

S., ^.

or

\,,to

run,

tn.,

titt, /.,

redness,

if."

move

/"/r., ^.

na(

to

"

flock, troop.

"

call, calling, reputation

-f,

rest,

to

-ftt/

[Latin, round.]

proceed;

call,

-ftl, S.f to

summon.

repose,

composure;

-fsftlttf^/.,
resting-

rest;

-fsHall, tranquil,

grave,

quiet.
extol

intr,,

fame,

to
glory; lit|lllfK,

usually reflex.,to boast.


to
to

stir,excite,
stir,

move

move,

touch;

-Itltg, /I,

emotion.

cleft, rent.

(a) ruin.
ftni'ttf//.,

reltcm

fiitttt,rn., knight.

X\%tXi,to scratch,

tear,

split.

tO(^,/.,
ried)cn.

to
ntm|lfltt,

rumble.

ntltll/round

um^er,

KoiT/ ".,//. -c {or H)f reed, pipe.


Rofl-f//"

noun,

(f), on

"

row.

//.

T^X-tXi,

ti|,/.,rei6eiu
/

to

9httlll,m.,
flow.

9tippt,/nrib.
fttf

m.,

place,

wrestle.

ttnnett,

o^

gn

(da/.),

9tui-t, /;

adv., around.

tingrtl^S.

w.;

hound.

w.,
;

ring;-Ceilt,n,,dim,;

m.,

ftillf,

smelL

tiff//.,rufen*

Ring,

horse;

move,

approach

9lnf,

rifbf/.ftctbcn.
to

-fr

pull, push,

f.,to

rullfnt/

straight, [rec^t.]

Vit^tn, S.,

-fU

back, ridge.

m.,

-Ig, right, just, Slnllfl,"., //.

judge;

m.,

"^"r.;

rose-bash.

ftatxnllt,/.,rotunda.
titlf
f It, to

regulate, adjust, direct;

to

glow.

HAAVk,

-XiXi^,/",

9Uut,/'f repentance,

tHi-tn,

//"

"""

reflex.^ to

rescue,

""If

rot(|), red;

estimable, respectable.
reflieftt'lfl,
tett-ni/

"

horseback.

race.

to

fcim,

Roman.

Ibltt^M., rose-leaf; -es^fnUUl,

attraction.

religious.
M.^

riMi^l,

Rome;

If.,

Slaf-f, /., rose;

Krij,fn.t charm,
Xt{\%M,

ftiW,

roll, r61e, part;

-fit, to

to
rJtflftl/

round

also^ around

adv.

as

"

about.

prepare,

equip,

arm.

"tttft)f,/.,rod.

roll, revolve.

%^^t

^'y

@aff/

P^' @(ile, hall.

SOttt, /, //.

-en,

sowing,

seed.

Sai^f/ /", thing, affair,cause,

Sa^ff

tl, "., Saxony.

f0^t(f),soft, gentle.

case.

fn.,

pi. ^e, sack, bag.

Sttft,m.,pL

sap,

juice; -ig, juicy.

^""fl-^f
/"" saying, legend,
to

say,

tell.

story

-en,

VOCABULARY.

247

'5'.,to
Sttit-e,/, string (musical) ; -emfflid, ff^affett^
n.y

(string) music,

bring (about), procure,

instrument,

or

harp.

to

^Mti,f',

^alntilir^nt.f
@am-e(n),

-9, sal-ammoniac.

gen,

w.,

fammrltt,

lung//., gathering,
fam(m)t,

together

adv.^ softly.
fanftlidjf

disgrace

[fc^cn.]

/".,

saddle

bridle

and

^attlet^

"

see

pi.

m.,

-n^

to

-^C

[or-tn),

hog;

sow,

fllltttf
sour,
faufcti/S.f to
^aitm^

m.fpi. ^tf

famnrn^

delay,

to

^tM,

53rau8,

in

/,

noisy

border,

edge.

in

unb

riot;

"

frolic.

tn^pl.
^tB^ti^tVXti^,

^i^'i^if
m.,pL
%tB^i^-t^^,

fn.y

-cn), harm,

-e

to

-tn,

to
f(!^auilt(tl,

lather;

^i^t\i^t,
f-i disk, dial,
to

shine,

to

divide; intr.y

part.

Shrill/ ""., shine,


S.,

pane.

separate,

appearance;

seem,

out;

pour

-vx,

appear.
to

grf^Cttft^pred.

^^n-t,/',shears,
rough joke.

",

(or ^e),shaft, pit.


gen.

hurt;

-n",
-m

//. -C, sheep;

shepherd.

foam

give,

sent;
pre-

adj'.f as

present.

//. "^cn

{or

n.,

razor.

flljctt,
shy, timid;
timidity,
to send
fl|iff-Ctl/

^i^afrr, m.,

scissors; imtfict,

to jest,joke.
f^rrjett/

(t/o/.),to

hurt.
".,

horror.

^a^ttbt, /., (flower) pot.

savanna.

^ytXit,/., scene.

or

foam.

f^rnfeil/to

loiter.

noise,

fn.,

^aHanc^

(of animals), swill.


seam,

look

sf)lt(If
"., spectacle,

\,fto separate,

disagreeable.

drink

-eil, to

pi. %

nt.,

S.y
fl|fttl(tl/

"5fl^(e)/
/., boar-hunt.
harsh,

view

at

foam,

to satiate, satisfy, [fatt.]


fattigctt,

@tttt^ /., //.

Sl^attm,
make

saddler.

"

(digger); fi^jis

"l|lllUltt/
fn.y shudder,

".,

saddle

fi^tabtt,

treasure;

play.

enough.

"

look

tr.y to

"

//.^, saddle; 9ltu%,

to value, prize.
ftftt/

fatt^a^'./r^t/., satiated, full; ftc^


eat

pi. %

SftatI,/, show,

effcn,fe^cn, to

fi^an?

shade, shadow

"

treasure-seeker

m.f

(in names).

ftt",/., ftfeen.

^t^\p

ashamed.

-ig^shady.
tn.,

Saint

sound.
re-

scrape.

%^vi%,

fojlf,
/., ftnfen.

battel,

to

gentle; ?mttt(()t0r "l|att'(tl^"""! //.

@attft/ adj, indec,.

sound,

(-ffit,/.),
f"|ttrffl"|ti9

f"|ort sharp;
f^arrrn,

to

bfll/ to disgrace.

collection.

Pnflcnr

funs, P'"

harm,

be

SdjanUe, /, shame,

sand.

gentle, meek

^ttnt,

S.y

now

sharpsighted(-ness).

soft, smooth,
fttttft^

).

in comp.

f^antcn^ reflex.,to

with.

@fltlb, tn.y

intr..,

cause;

-en,

@amm"

dot., with,

prep,

rarely
fd^ttllctl/

seedsman.

collect

gather,

to

//.

-ens,

gen.

-tXiAfiMtX,fn,t

seed;

( W.y

to

@4"tle, /., shell, rind.

(plant).

sage

act, work

W.y

make;

create,

in

(ace.)

to

"

@l6ftt(e),/,

ness,
shy-

awe.

reflex.,to

submit

pl. -c, destiny, fate.

to

suit ;

"

-fal^ n^

248

VOCABULARY,

\^\^VXf S.,

f($Itr"-nt,
S.y to shut,

shove, put off.

to

fi^teb//.,fcf)cibeiu

conclude,

Sl^iefet^m-i slate; *j|ift,w.,

slate-

lock

close

up,

infer; AXi^, adv,, in

clusion,
con-

finally.

slate (for writing).


pencil ; stttfcl,/.,

fliltmin,
bad,

S^itn, /., fd)cincn.

f^i("^tt^
"S'.,to

shoot;

f., to

tntr.,

shoot, rush.

84tff,

//. -C, ship, boat

".,

skipper,

y.,

-ft,

/".,

-|$maitnf4aft^

boatman;

^^Htlgr, /., net,

snare.

fftlog,/., {(^Uefecn.
"SlltIo","., lock;

shield, escutcheon;

@4illl^ ^'f
pL

f(^tnirt-]t, depict, describe


to

palace,

cleft

gorge,

also
to slumber,
flllltmnKtlt,

sign, sign-board.

-er,

castle,

[fd^lieficn.]

^iSii%i^i,
/., //. -en,

crew.

n.,

ill.

-ttttg,

_/!,painting, description.

sleep.

l^liDlfrn,
U to slip,glide.
"S"ftIttjfeI,
/"., key.
^

^^ilf^

{or m.)i //.

n,

reed;

-e,

//.,

f(!^ntfl(^
comp.
to

f^immeritr

to

shimmer,

gleam.

"tf)t1lt)lf/
fn., insult, abuse;
stOBtt,

abuse;

insult,

pers,)
-ett, to
abusive

"""

@(ilttl6t//M//--cn, battle;

-Mt,

to

^Hjliadt,/, slag,
sleep;

fn,f

strike

m,,

to

up,

beat;

strike, beat, slay,throw;

snake.

creep,

crawl;

to
ifftt/

-fit,

//.

-cn",

or

to

flict
pain, af-

to

forge.

-tn,

f^mn*

ornament;

-z,

adorn.

fllmunjrin,to smirk, simper.


Sf^naBcl,

pi. *,

m.y

@(^ndii(r)Irin,
".,

beak,

bill;

"//"".

-e,

as

snap;

exdam.,

!
to

snore.

to gabble, quack.
{a/so ff^nattrritr

snouted, snappish.
fl^ltaitjiQ^
""."

@^ltfrf^/.,

veil.

S., to grind, sharpen, polish. @4nf


f(||lfifen/

@(^Ie}Hl-r,/,
to

smith

@4^ltll, m.,pl.

snap

reflex^

^^Irtrr,

-e",

gen.

-Wts^,painful.

f^nar^en,

mean.

ff^Uiftett/
S.f J.,to

{dat,)\

caress

flatterer.

grief;

/^*
Sf(tta)l)lf
^M

add.

serpent,
@l|Iatlgf//-,

fl^lf
(^t/bad,

stroke,

(dot,

taste

{(^mitl^tQ,
dirty.

f^liif
(e)rt0,sleepy.

"/.,//. -^e,blow,
^^Iflfi/
S.f

sleep;

^djla^tt,

sleeping-room;

sleeper

to

"fammer,

bed-time;

/,
-fn9s|rit,

m.,

-t\\, pain,

scant

narrow,

intr.y to

m.,

@(^mtell^ fn.,

-ftl, S.,

flatter,

to

^^mv^Xttp

dross.

"

laffeu,to enjoy.

"

ff^md^Cln^

slaughter, slay.

-en,

fic^

@(^mrrj,

word.

/,

or

\ifyXitdtVi, taste

sedge.

S^Iaf^

""

train

(of dress);

"ball;

Pi't
s

gen,

Wvf^, /., fci)Icid"eit.


plain, simple.

/".,

-c8,

snow

sBatt,/w-t

to ei", "white.

S^n^tH-r,/,

drag, trail.

fl^Iiftt^
smooth,

-fit,

e,

snail.

edge

-en,

to

cut;

-er,

tailor, fem.y -in.

quck,
fl|nettf

swift

\-t,f*j

f4nitt,/,|ci)neiben.

swiftness.

VOCABULARY.

Si^itur,/, pi' "-t,or

school
@(Jttl-e,/,

string.

-en,

smeiftrt,

buzz.

fi^mtrren,to hum,

doubtless

^m^UiittfA

ftJCiin

even,

-Jeit,/, beauty.

see

f(||d)lf-en,
(old)

to

create;

-ffsfraft,/,

-tt,

of beer

(schooner)
vine,

//.

creator;

m.,

creative

@d|0|l)ieil,
w.,

-e,

proSl|o)l)lU,

/w.,

f^toamm,/.,

W.y

to

robe.
ward-

^H^tBtUh

m.f

out,

-Ii||^

; -f n,

crow

-ttffn.,

scream;

hover, hang.

sulphur.
roam,

-^Uhfpart.

rove.

be

swell;

s,,
fr^rriBen,

to

write;

-feUrr, /,

^Hjittin,fn., chest,
f^tfttCIt,

-5".,
f.,to

cofHn.

writing, (hand-)

pi' -""/

-t,

/., weight, gravity, difficulty.

^if^tnttt,".,

writing; //., writings,


"".,

gen,]
[fd)n)in*

wave.

jH^tHtV,heavy, difficult,grievous;

step, stride.

f^rir,/., fci)reien.
@*tlft,/"

inundate.

nd^mimmen.J
to
fl^torttfetl,
swing,

(writing)pen.

rise

to

(tide).
to
f^tOCintltCtt,
float,wash,

screamer.

hush;

hog.

-C,

"?", fl^toenen, "S'.,\,, to

crier,

silent,

ad/.f adv., silent(ly).

^^loriit, "., //.

terrible.

cry, scream,

chatter.

f^tOCig-cn,-5".,to

screw.

fright, terror;

w.,

frightful,

@(^ntt,

jest,joke.

black;
flltoar),
to blacken.
filtoiitjetl,

ffttoeifen/

cry

sponge.

Sil^nianf,/".,//. %

to soar,
f(!^tO(Bftt/

//. ^e, cupboard,

ff^rautfIt, -5".,
or

^tBfitXf
tn.,

to
fi|niai|rii,

fd^mimmcn.
w.,//. %

to

@4teif-en,

f^itteit/to

weaken.

to chat,
f(^tOa(rtt,

fftofc /., ftftiegcn.

to

saint;

patron

^^toftrje,/,
ness;
black-

bosom.

@4tatl(,

s)iattOtl^
w.,

shoppen

"

dim.

n.y

//.

@4tOamm,

power.

{old @d^oo6), tn.y pi. ^6C/ lap,

@40"

to shake.
flJ^itttrltt,

fAtOai^,f^""/. ^ weak;
(water), derive;

draw

to

(the fire).

protect.

@C^o6.

^d^OOg,

@4itffrl,/:, dish.
^H^ni^, nt.y protection;

fine; adv."i

f^Ottfbeautiful, handsome,
{also)very

only;

tone

if, although.

even

"

by

teacher

"

shoulder.

to
stir, poke
fAittrit,

surely, indeed,

often

"

At^ttX,

master.

"

f4oir /"" ftf)ieben.


Woa^ /., jc^aUcn.
f^Ott/ already,

249

sword.

"(^tlie|ier,/,
sister; -djrn, ".,

[fdjrciben.]^a^tHitU,/', weal,

swollen

S., ^" or
fl|tOitltinfll/

step.

f.,to

dim.

knot.
swim.

f^ritt,/.,fcf)i'eiten.

fl^toitttletl,
"S'.,
f.,to vanish, perish.

WtOff, steep, rough.

^AtUing-e,/, wing

^.,//^(iltft,

-C, shoe.

^^Itltl,/.i pi'

-Pn,

-eit, S., to

swing,

wave.

debt, fault, guilt;

guilty, to
pred. adj'.f

blame

for) ; -ig,indebted, guilty.

(an, of,

ffttnoll,/.,
fc^njcUen.

"^4tDttnQ,
m.,
strain,

pi. *e, swing,

[fc^njingcn.]

flight,

VOCABULAJRY,

250

@4tOUr/
rcn,

oath, vow.

m,ypl, %

[fc^lDO^ Str'll)ll|,
seraph.
m.,

swear.]

to

\t%VX,
sixteen;
fe($3r|n^

fei|0,six; -t^ sixth;

feiaig.sixty.
^ttf

fifl(,
reflex.,dat.

soul.

klj-e"^ -S".,to
gazer

look;

see,

fem.^

-rt,

ft^tt,sure,

"".,

sfltl|t @uB,

longing.
frftt,very,
SfHl-f//"

silk; -en,
soap

feill,irr., f.,to

(of) silk.

silken,

-fitsfirbrr,
""""

boiler.
soap-

[have).

rope.

be ; {as intr, aux,,

often

fcincr,gen.) ;

ffin, poss, adj. {or for

his, its, one's.

-tX, Poss. pron.j

/^tf/.
|eit/

"fo/., since

; a/so

^\t%,
to

victory;

fn.,

-(fit,suremake

sure.

-(rtl))!^,

@ilier,

silver; sfl^turr,
heavy with

the

@(flttt!lf,/"second

(of time).

after pron,
ffVbfi^ the
or

adv.

also

same;
".,

(one's)

noun,

or

and

even;

SflaHf/

self ;

in

comp.y

\tX\% happy,

blessed

(especially

dead), hence, deceased

/., blessedness
felt-cn, rare;
-fflUt,rare,
M. or
fettlftrtt,

of

-igfdt,

; bliss.

trans,;
as;

....

just;

"

"

"

fore)
there-

atS,

cin(cr),

before

constr.

rarely, if; jo jo,


soon

so

(as), $rBeil,just

so
^grtiaittlt,

called;
well

(as).

IV., to send.

perpendicular,
sXti^i,

not

(one); in dep.

sBaUl, as

(so,

sgUi^/ immediately; 0t0o|I,as

strange.

to

so;

fit.

connective

as

adj., however;

now,

usually, adv.^ seldom;

frnt-Ctt,(to cause)

tt)ic,as,
a

image,

think, reflect;

to

slave.

often
such

thought;//.,

sensual.

sit ; to

to

m.,

....

sgef)ira4,
"., soliloquy.

S.,

-fn,

fo, so, thus

before

mind,

^BtHl/ sensible

senses;

S.,
fii^ett,

silver.

sink.

sense,

-Iil|,sensuous,

comp.^

queror.
con-

sing.

to

(of book).

bcrfclbc; frlBtT/indec,

victor,

m.,

silver; -ii^ silver(n),(of)

".,

S., f.,to
fitllett,

then,

gain victory,

-fn,

firft(r)-Mf/''^ W^

^t\\t,fi side, page

!cuj

pi.

or

boil.

to

-ft,

conquer;

symbol;

the

safe ;

-i, seventh;

(time).

pron.

sing,

ace.,

-tl, to ensure,

seven;

conj.^ Sttitt/ni.,

as

since

^bcttl'f adv.^

since; conj.ysince

frl5/see

sigh.

m.,

//. -C, sieve.

".,

S.,
fingrtt,

\t'm),gen.pers.,of him.

since;

or

fieHrtl,S. {also W.),

//. -C,

fritter(^

self,

seventy.
much.

".,

one's

security,safety; -Iii|,surely,

ness,

^fttAtd^llOll,
"ftt4ti0/ftrten,

/., longing;

Sril,

-tt,

secure,

certainly ;

-\xu

\^Xi-VX, reJUx,,to long, yearn

@rif-e//.,

lay down,

seat

@id|rl,/.,sickle.
ffgnf It, to bless.

Srgrttr ""." blessing ;

seer,

to
; reflex.,

sit.

-[e]n, sea.
SecU,/.,

place, put,

set,

establish

to sigh;
-%tpL -[e]n,lake ;/.,//. fettfj-en,

gen.

fn,,

to

sink,

Sol|tt,m. pL %
lower

vertical.

[ftn"

fol^/ such

son.

fotd^ ein (er,e, ed), or

fotc^cr,c, c8, such


of such

kind, such

ein

(one); -erslet,

like.

VOCABULARY.

Sollmf/

irr.^ shall, ought (to) ;

foDrit, modal

@pcgcrci.

@)iecerei,see

soldier.

m*)

251

bacon, fat.

S)lflffft.y

")lfi4^1/^"" spittle, saliva.


food; -en, to eat, dine.
"|icif-e^/.,
fOtdier/separate, special ; prep, accy
to bar, fasten
(apart),spread
without
{rare)\
-Bflt, peculiar, ffietrntr
be

intended,

-lll|, special, peculiar;

strange;

sunder,

to

-n^

(to).

said

be

separate;

fotiHern, conj., but


^Omittrt,

day,

"

tn.,

@0"n-r,/.,
heat

to lard, line, fill.


t\^%, t\t\i,\^\iiixi,
@)liegel,
fn.y mirror.

summer;

time,

"

sun

etc,

-en^l"tantl,m.y sun's

-tX^\f^^Xit
m,^

ffta^l,
/"., sunbeam

sunshine
;

(music)

quiet ;

/^- -ff play, game,


;

besides

play (also

-tXi, to

cian
musi-

as

fellow
play-

m.,

; sinaitlt/ nt.y player, musician.

Sjiimt-e^ /., spider; -ett^getoelie^


".,
spider's

erly.
; form-

playing

actor); sfamrmlie,

or

day
Sun-

(of) Sunday.
fonittaglid^,
futljl,else, otherwise,

"SJltcU
"""

;a/r^;

-tg, sunny

; -dsQittr;/,Sunday

dress

; -en*

Sunday; -i^WtH^, ".,

Sottntag, m.,

open.

spice(s).
@|iejerri',/,
@rt^"|//'/^- -"/ Sphynx

also\

web.

"l^i^^/" point,

top.

to split,shiver.
fllltttent,

@Ot0-f//-"care, trouble,
to

/,

take

care,

to
f|ia|ett,

ful
^fJiUig,care-

sorrowful

-li^f careful,

careless

9\t\i,

sorrow;

carefulness;

care,
;

care,

-fit,

sorrow;

slol,

-fant, careful, heedful.

@)iatt,w.,

{or

(a horse)

flmt-fll,to

scornful.

(ailf,
ace).

intr.y

(also gen.)\

save

spare,

ft.

pi.

^|ia|, m.ypl. *6P/ joke,

speak,

f., to

burst

talk,

open,

dash,

gallop,

or

gush

sport.

forth.

^jlttJtCts
{only incomp.
pleasure) sftt^t,/,
;

inH,

drive;

to
"flUtfttftt^

judgment,

spade.

"

tn.,

"

exercise-,
drive
ride

;
;

or

t%WX%,

tr.y
f)ltu|ftlr

sentence,

[fjjrcdftcn.]
to

sprinkle;

intr,,

sprinkle, sparkle.

fn.,pl. H, spring, leap.


-ensfal^s @)l11tnQ,

to walk;
-fit'geiril,

ride

up;

[fpritt*

5., to spring, leap,

@)iritl|,
saying,
fn.y pi. Hf
pi.

blow

gen.]

fjltiltgrtt,
-5".,
f.

late.
ffliit,

^(latrn,
m.,

say;

teacher.

fl"tHt,/r.,fprcdften.
rafter.

spar,

"

@)ira4ff/" speech, language.


fpringcn.
flJtttttg^/.,

tent, ftirengftl^
to
adj., in-

-ftttn,sparing, frugal.

to

to

f)iattifl|,

{gen.)\

tVXtV^tt, fn.y language

; to harness

gcfponitt,part,

anxious

m.y

ridicule

fjltfdH"^
-S".,to

@)iatlittf
tn,y Spaniard.
to stretch, excite
f|iatl1t(tl"

ten,

mock,

mocking,

//. -")"

walk

spur.

S)l0tt,m., mockery, ridicule; -etl^

spy.

split, deft
@)ialtr,/.,

S)llltrf
tl,

@poren,

(for pleasure).

to spit.
ftiuilen,

fjlittrit^
to track,

trace.

to

252

VOCABULARY.

@W,

//. 'f, staflF,stick; Idu,

".,

fteif,stiff,rigid.

fieigeily
S^ f.,

ft.f dtfn,

fl"4f/., fled^en.
^USti,f.,pL

rise, ascend

Sifffel,/, step,
"fi0lf,
fo.,

(up),

step

mount,

alight.

; to

fieil,
steep.

't, city,town.
round

to

(of a ladder);

Stem,

stick.

(short, round)

"|"tf, /,

stone;

w.,

bank,

stone

bench

or

pi. %

; -^U,

dim,\

n.,

-fttt, stony.

@ti|I,

Stftt-f, /*""place,

steel.

x"M

Rtntntflt,to originate,proceed.

1l"1lt)lfeil,
stamp.

reflex.,to pretend

to

Stftn,
Stillbf

pi' 'e, stand, state,

ff'f

condition
able

In

(to);

; im

tion,
posi-

fein, to

"

{acc^

f^tjcn,to

"

be
able
en-

pole, bar,
@tlltl]|e,/"

roost.

@t"r

//.

"?
.,

fn

("?r-en),

/*.,China

(in

-', strong,

shape)

star

sfcl^cr,
fem^

aster;

-tn,

die; -Udl, mortal.

to

lasting ; ^etl,

constant,

o^z'., constantly,always.

"

flmrf, f^Tm/.

{or-tn),

-C

star-gazer.

^ttdl,

starling.

arrange;

be.

sliilb/M-*
constellation; (-en)sM]t1lte,

flettH,steady,

-c

to

//"

.igen. -CS,

^., fv
flctli-eil,i

(to), [flc^ciu]

{old "taor),

place, put, fix,

to

-en,

position, station;

im

sting, stitch, thrust;

^'t

loffen, to

in

leave

the

lurch;

dark.

Ri^^bmiftl, pitch

stout;
@tfttfc,/,strength; Ritfi^tl,
ilieg,/-,Pcigcn.
to strengthen.
Stilttf/"" place, stead ;
flogctu
sep. pref.^ fliel//.,
as

take
to
flUttsfiltbeil,

gen.tfi^i,

instead

gu, instead

of

place;
of;

prep,

still,quiet, silent; -f,/.,


{litt(e),

fiattU4, stately.
Stauli/

to
ftllttnftif

stare;

be

as

astonished,

nouriy

n.,

wonder,

astonishment,

wonder^

/,

tune,

attune,

to sting.
.S".,
fle^etl^

stick, put,

(rarely

5".),to

stick, be hidden

blclbcn,to

remain

^caught;

^nabfl^/) pin.

StCQf

fn,',

"

sticking,get left,

be ;

to

"

standing, stop.
S.y to
(Irtleii/

steal.

stand;

bleiben, to

to

stop,
remain

-tXif
""/r.,

to
to

disposition,
-llllj|//-,

voting.

fHtlit/r., jlcrben.
@liril(e),/, pi'

forehead,

-en,

brow,

face.

"t0ll/

foot-path, foot-bridge.

fte|etl^"$".,irr,y
remain,

as

intr,

vote

dispose;

vote;

to

mood
hide

voice,

@ttmm-e,

agree;

fitd-tn, to

ness,
still-

quiet, silence.

dust.

fn.,

-ft/

@til (e?/"/
@tt)I),"?., style.

ing.

"

establish;

found,

to
infin. fiift-fllf

with

[founder.

@tift^XV., pencil.

"w.,

stick,

//" %

"\tVX,"., ^^"w-; -eil/


stop, cease;
to

^toff/

in"

"

to

cane,

stake

stock;
; i"/r., to

gcratcn^to

come

stop.
m.,

matter,

pL

-",

material.

stuff, substance,

VOCjiBLLAHY.

254
to deceive,
tftltf^tl/

ttnfcitbfa
as

thousand

nouftf

Xeigf
JUXif

imaX,

times

"

%%t^itt, /., //. "-tx,daughter

dough.
^t\\f

n.^

-cn^

interest;
"]tfl(lllC//*9

ttihntimtn,

share, divide

to

aisc

sep.pr.,

interest

take

to

as

(an,

%tmp"h

"

%tnUh
a

"*""

"rattli/
^m

temple;

^M

of

bery
rob-

t0tt,mad,

devil; -*"!erl/m,,

devil

of

fOXt,/',tune,

tone,

key; tonm,

times.

hard

tobt, dead

old

funeral

bier;

bed;

valley, vale.

"""

T^at, /, //.
,

sound,

to

-tUfba^it), /,

-tn^btit,

-etlsQage,/,

deed,

-en,

; In

act, fact

^tatigfeit^
/,

in fact;

2l|atU4feit,/, action,

tivity;
ac-

ence.
viol-

death

".,

funeral

dirge;

-ensflettl,
"., shroud; iiUn,
ber"

tune

resound.

3^iUcn),

%Wf

^0l|llltf(6),
m.,fam,,

2illttf""., //. *e, sound,

sacrilege.

fellow.

wild, foolish.

booby.

dear, beloved, costly; ioi,


ttUtt, o/dt\jt\iev,
"

ly
dead-C"*j|Ittt(i),/.,

-e"stt0t(li),/.,
deadly peril.
tobt/ i^ixvi, see tot, toten.
heat;

20ltiatf4 (^

daf.t in).

^lein,

dim,

X0b,"*., death;

part, share, party;

m.t

-4(11/ """ dim.;

to
titltli(e)'re]t,
title.
en-

title ;

iw.,

pL -e, thousand.

n.,

*".,

old

%\it\,

cheat.

kill,

to

(^/^ tobten).

ttnbtn,

trot

to

ttttff/-"trcffem

triigCe),
lazy.
Zf^aU,

see

%QMi.

%\Vi{,

see

%"\\.

teener, see

to
ttagcn, tS*.,

port, produce

tcucr.

Slen'teT/ ".,//.
%\i\tt,see

tnmf,/.,

theater.

"

Stanf,

Xlcr.

-Jelt//, folly; Ztauet,

act, do, behave,

3^Wt(e)//., //.

sup*

put; intr.y

be.

-en,

trcten.

/,

-^en,

".,

grief; tfttt,

mourning,
discourse

; -tt/ to mourn;

sad.

to drip.
ttattfeln,

intimate,
ttfillli^f

door;

[trinlcn.]

//. *c, drink,

ttamrig;mournful,

tear.

irr..,to do, make,


-S".,
tl^tttl/
to

.,

/., funeral

foolish.

%\jlt%M,f,

wear,

%tlX%"t,fn,, bearer*

trlnlcn.

iw

ttttt/.,

fool

fn.y pi. -en,

tprtl^t

bear,

wearer.

XW/'*-"/^--Cfgate.
%\^X,

carry,

Xtaum,
vision

m.,

(m

pL

familiar.

*e, dream;

dream);

tW^,

".,

traumeit,

to

dream.

tlef,deep

-f//, depth,

the deep

; "fins

nig, thoughtful, profound.


Sift/

2^t)icr,
"".,

old

*4eti/".,
Xtf4/

^'j

(or other

animal,

with,

beast;

^^Vw.

table; nad)
meal).

to hit, strike, befall,


ttcff-en,-S".,

hit

on;

reflex.^

to

meet

happen;

-Cnll/ /"r/. ^z^'.,striking, pertinent ;

-li^r excellent.
after

"

dinner

to
drive, push, put forth,
ttei!l-cn,"S'.,
intr., f.,to
carry on;
urge, pursue,

VOCABULARY.

drive, drift,

move

-tt,

on;

255

%t^h

"*""

pi. -jfc, baggage, train,

m,,

crowd

driver.
to separate,
treniteilf

StUft,

sever.

%Xt}^^t,/,

//. -e, consolation,

m."

to
ttificit^

case.
stair-

(flightof) sUirs,

\X^%fprep,, gen.
%tt^t, /." lace;

disturb, cloud, dim

iXtttUf S., \,fto tread, step, proceed.


tttU,

"|er)i9,

faithful;

true,

pL

true-

spite of.
to

-m,

-fal,f.orn,,

{prf.ypL -en), trouble,

-t

truth,

sincere; %XtUt,/'t

hearted,

in

iX^S^iX),troubled, sad, dim;

^of hair).

tress

(or ^/.),

fort;
com-

comfort.

console,

tion;
afflic-

low-spirited,sad.
"|{niltg,
tragen.
tvttg//.f
%xn^, m.t deceit; "BiQl,"., illusion;

fidelity.
treffciu
ttifft,/r.,
trilll-eii;'5'.,to
drink;

^eUl,

".,

S,f
ttiigfti/

(a)

Xtnni,

tip.

iw.,

to

deceive, cheat.

//. *e,

drink,

[trinfen.]

Sn^, ".,//. ^cr, cloth, piece

txi\^pt\tt,trip.
to

ttiitffr. trctciu

of

cloth;

//. -c, (kinds of) cloths.


dry.

able, strong, sound, good.


tttditigf
or
(drop), SttgetlHf
-en,
/., virtue.
XtO^l fn., //. %
drop; 2itlt)ia'tte,
simpleton; -tU, m., pi,
/, tulip.
to
"^*Vw./
to
Itin,
tnmmtln,
tumble, bustle.
ttofifeii^
".,
'^en,

dry; -neil,
troif-ttt,

to

"

Sunn,

drop, drip.

o/d

2:^urm,

"

.,

//. ^, tower,

spire.
tt.
It., add./or uub

ter, and

take

being

fo tt)Cl* tt^erfinflin/
superfluous.

to
ttlierfttlireil,
(j"r/.)"

forth.

so

ttdel,evil, ill,bad,
to

f tt).,unb

; U,

wrong;

nc^mcn,

"

*btfinhtn, inf, n.,

amiss;

above;
across

sep,

beyond;

above,

acc.f
;

various

insep, prf.y

over,

dai.,

over,

prep,

above,

over,

about,

concerning

in

senses

beyond,
"

and

at

go

in

gether,
all, alto-

overflow;

{insep.,tr.),to

to lay over
{sep.),
ttBerlegen,

consider,

reflect

run

over;

outrun.
;

{insep.),

on.

transmit,

render.
sur-

itberattd^exceedingly.
{.sep.)^to
fi]iet(]:ill0etl,

(insep.),to

over;

sep.y prf., in

4ommett/

f.,to

{sep.,f.),to
ftBnrfalletl,
fall on,

to
ttBemtatt^netl,

tt^ennotgeit,day

deliver.

fiBcrein',"^2'.,

A^.), to

bring

ment;
agree-

agree.

fail over;

surprise.

(w-

overpower.
after to-morrow.

haughty, insolent.
tt^entltttlltg,
U^tXX^Wtn, to surprise,startle.
{sep.or
ttberfenlieil,
mit.

omit.

all.

to deliver,
ttBrrnelettt,

itliftattf
ever3rwhere.

cross

over,

ttBerlaufen,{sep., f.),to

to

idioms.

(in*

over;

over,

in general,
fiBerl^att^t^

to exercise, practice.
ilBett,
or

pass

lead

convict.

ttifrgel^f
tl, {sep.,f.),to
{insep.,tr.)tto

sick.

ttBft/ adv.f

Sep.),to convince,

insep.),to

tran*

2S6

VOCABULARY.

Uerfet^,

{sep,),to
(insep,),to

over;

set

cross

over,

translate;

-ting/

nm'feien, same

nmfonit',for nothing, gratuitously, in


vain, uselessly.

yi, translation.
fen, to
ttliertref

Untflnnb, m.^pl, % circumstance.


ttni|te)en,{sep,), to stand
around;

excel.

surpass,

itbertrei'iett/
to exaggerate.
to
convince;
ftfier|eil'0eit,

-ttttfl,/

Ufntlit^tn,{sep.h

draw

to

nnt/

clock

o'clock,

six

a(/v,y sep.

about;

in

also^ change,

camp,

around,

about,

prep,

idioms

in

much

so

(the)

len,with
sake

um

"

"

nmtr'men,

to

embrace.

nmliinlien/

to

bind

ttm1hrin0en/to
to

nntfan'gen,to

fall over,

for

as

um

looK

UnBe^anb,

sep. pref., in

fall down.

one's

instability,

m,^

stancy.
incon-

unconscious

ace),

or

infinite.

nnentgeltli^^ gratuitous, gratis.


immense.

intolerable.
nnettriigliA,
incapable.
nnfft^ig^

nngeai^tet,prep,,

include.

gen,

in

{or dat,\

spite of;

as

withstanding,
not-

conj"%

[ad|ten.]

although.

impatient.
nngebttUlig,
about;
same

also

sense,

ly;
nngefa^r, also ol)ngcfa^r,about, nearbon
[@cfal)r.]
by chance.
"

monstrous
nngel^ett'er,

^euer,".,

bad.

about

indescribable.

about.

round

look
nm'fl^Otten,
to
to

unliegteiflif!|/
incomprehensible.

nnetntei^i^' immeasurable,

surround.

ttn.^et', around,

um",

life, kill;

/"., intercourse.

nnge'Ben, to
written

nntrttg, naughty, rude.


nnottflnlffnm, incessant.

infin.^ ttnBelD1t"t,unknown

veil, dim.

to

table.
immu-

the

briugen.

hover

variable,

ttnaBiingig/independent.
ttttOiiiin^etU^,
unchangeable,

nnenbll^,

one's

embrace,

nmflltftern, to

Umgnng,

"

around.

turn

in-, not;

un-,

and.
ttttb,

take

f.,to
ttnt'fallen,

nmflo'ren,

for

around.

?eben

bad

ttm^telen,

around.

"

{exceptionsmarked)^

sometimes

(of, gen,

to.

um

"

gll, with

"

in order

alsoy

tuil*

um

more;

dart

"

pref.y

accented

fo mc^r, (by) nnM^teililiar,

"

obj,included^

gen,

of;

acci

various

(excess),for.concerning,and

(in clouds),

petition,
re-

(hour), by

at

near,

usually
and

^tc.

insep, prf.y around,

or

competition;

senses

imifCt

elm.

ttlmc, /,

flash

lltt-, negative

fed)9Ut)r,at

urn

nntgnd^en, to

[iibcr.]

UJtf /." //. -en, watch,

upset.

over,

envelop

to

detour.

way,

becloud.

over,
more-

shore.

".,

about

throw

to

ttmlDBIfen,

besides,

surround.
round

m.,

(/"- nn'merfen,

over;

cover.

remaining, left; -end,


ttfirig/
Ufet,

(insep,),to

Ummeg/

conviction.

s^p.),to

preceding,

as

monster.

around;

undue,
rejlex., ttnge|dri[|,

self,look

round.

nngemein,

uncommon.

noun^

Un'gej

{Accent variable,)
improper.

VOCABULARY.

WX^twiSi^i,unmixed,

257
entertain

pure.

ttngerec^t
unjust.

entertain

reflex.,to

self, converse;

-img,/.,

one's

tion.
conversa-

Itngetn, unwillingly.

Ungefllnmt undelayed

adv., without

unimpaired.
Itttgrftniifll^

Mu^M,

find

incredible.

nnHlattHi^,

-WH^,

tunate
unfor-

; ^t^et^lDtifCfunfortimately.

unutterable.

unnamable,
Untltttllllflt^

WXttijii,wrong,

unjust;

injustice;

wrong,

to

-ttf

or

undertaking

n.,

-ig, innocent.

unjrer, poss,

word),

of

one

cincr

uufer

us;

pron.,

pers,

{or in

one

uncertain.

nit'terttatl,
subject
gen.
a

-^

below,

down,

beneath,

under,

insep, prf., below,

or

under,

beneath,

lower;

among

prep,

below,

beneath,

adj. comp.,

under,

dot.,

during;

among,

of motion,

verbs

with

etc,

to shelter, provide for,


Itll'tetilriltgeil,

reflex.,to

subject, subdue;

submit.

meanwhile;
tttttflllfrfftt^

Ilntergailg,m., pi.

^c,

adv.,

-",

unawares.

intact.

UttHerfilltlil^
folly,nonsense.
m.,
delay, immediate.

tttttaiertCl)},
unworthy,
noun,

worthless

unworthiness,

m.,

innumerable,
ttll^fitligf

It^ljliQ^
luxuriant,

countless.

luxurious.

pref, primitive ; or merely

intensive,

primitive (native)

stitution.
con-

while.
"?"/.,

ing,
setting, sink-

primitive
tn.,
1ltl|Uett/

source,

tain
foun-

head.

fall.

f.,to
tttt'tetge^eil^

down,

set, sink,

sustain,

support,

go

perish.
to

worthless-

ness.

Uranlafief/"

of.

nVitn%tXt-tn,

subject (of

way.

ttnteHOet'feil,to

ttt-, accented

nilterlilt^'ett,interrupt.
to

dispose

the

on

without
Itntlftllietlt/

WXitt, adv., sep,

m,,

sovereign).

unhurt,
ttlltietfellrt,

stairs.

down

cn, //. -cn,

or

unexpectedly,

unfit, useless.
ItlttattgltA^

WXitXi, adv.,

{dat.); noun,

unforeseen;
Kntierfelletl^

unfer.

see

to

sustain.

unnoticed, imperceptible.
ttlltiCniietftf

unsafe,
WXfi'S^tt,
invisible.
Itllfi^tBat,
"

incomparable.
tttttiergleifll^ifll,

(our sort).

us

manager

instruction.

to support,
Unterlltti^'eit,

unferer, unfrcr {or unfcr), gen,


of

m.,

ff!|lfbf
fn., distinction, difference.

VLUdtttM^,

pron.,

; -ft,

noun,

to distinguish; Unter*
ttttterf^eilint,

ours.

ace,

tttttentet^m-etl, undertake;
to

UntrrHd^t
*"""

adj, {or for unfer, gen:),

Itnfet,poss.

bem.

unter

be

harmless.
UnfftaHIidl,

innocence;
Unfd^ttlb//*

shelter,

".,

wrongly.

"

get under

-WX%ff-y undertaking.

noun,

^aben,

"

; mlt

(in the) wrong

to

lodging.

vmittvXffor

misfortune;

".,

Itllft

subterraneous.

imletf^miliett/ f.,

delay.

our;

ttttterhHif
4f

Urt(l))eUf

".,

//. -If

judgment,

sion.
deci-

258

VOCABULARY.

".
i.^ nib,

in pers,

ettcr,

/or

names

father

//. ^

".,

native

fatherland,

llfr()fCll/tohonor,reverence"worshi
;

ooit*

AmoS^,

m^t

fatherly,paternal.

K"%tM9W,

/, vegetation,

perversion,

iCnU^tcn,

to

-i, part,

with

change,

clam,,

for, be

answer

for.
use

up,

up

ierleffCf-lt, improve

un-

provement.

ierlieten, to

forbid.

iftBinlHftl/

to

obeisance.

re-

unite; -ttltgf/"

suspicion.

m.,

HtlllttlfCllf to thank

P^'')'f

tion,
condemna-

"

owe

for {dat.

"

tr., PV,f

to

ruin, destroy;

ruin, destruction,

adv,,

pass

away,

(geffen,not

in

vain:

vanish.

in

use.)

Dcrgeffciu
^tt%x%i,pr.,
satisfaction, pleasure,

noun,

[genug.]

hide.

old -nig, gen. -ffc"^//. -ffe,


8er|iittiti^,

to
laiUieItt,

trade

noun,

[berben, not

Her

in

to

earn,

deserve

pi. -c, earnings, gain

fMbitn%

; "., desert,

of,

treat

transact

; to

off.

htt^titttU,to remain,
tier|a"t,hated,

bttbitntn,

t^tt^titn,
prov.,
derielfcn,

continue.

hateful.
to

smash,

break.

help (to).

to

to sell.
netfiittfett,

merit.

derbirBt netborBen^/r. tocrbcrbcn.

to
tietfttteit^

Uetlltlel-tll^
S., to fret, vex; jtd^(etwa") HftfUhtlt,
laffcn,to get

in

forgive {dot.

relation, condition.

use.]

not

noun,

fruitless.

to gUd.
iergolbeii,
t
iertrtlCtt,o bury,

HetHetBctlf S, \.,to spoil,perish, fail,

vexed,

; to

Ut%tV-va,

also p. p,

n.,

pers.),

"

to satisfy,gratify;
Oergnftgeil/

union.

damnation.

m.,

past

as

-^tii,/.,(the) past.

ttergcffciu

HergelCttffv to

connect;

up,

old-vx%f,^
{Btf)lomill1ti^/

n.,

the

S., to forget {sometimes gen.);


ietgeffetl,

bind

combine,

connection,

I"erf[n4t!asex-

curse;

to give away
ierQebeit,

j-mtg,/.,

ceased.
de-

noun^

it I

HKcJ^^vain,

/, bow,
Oerlinigltllg,

also

ha^ -t

(by

conceal.

to

SetHa^t^

to

curse

""er"ttS,
A,

to hide,
tcrliftgcit/

flex.^

ttdj, or

Hergongeil/ part, adj.,past;


work

to

working).

to

alize;
eternal, immort-

HerfoIgO, to pursue, persecute.


to misleac^ seduce.
sponsible
reierfiilreil/

despise, contemn.

iCnmt'lllittai/
iertr^Citen,

irribl^ai,

etc,

to

reconcile.

of

sense

undoing,

loss,

removal,

admirer.

reverer,

^1

to make
ifrCliig-CII,

f"sgp. prf.y usuiU/y

iftv

-tXf

lHtt(rlU|^iCttistgen,
to unite,

land;

sulky,

vexed

glue

up.

illuminate, transfigure.

;-Im5^ detnefiiett/to disguise.


to connect,
[briegeit,HetfltittlfCltf

at, mind

vexatious,

HCtfitllb-tllf
to make

use^

to ennoble,
Hetebeltt^

to

cement,

refine.

-A^tUfthe

same.

unite.

known,

announce

VOCABULARY.

to long for,desire, demand


Hetllingetl^

n.j desire, demand

noun,

tttWXtU,

leave, abandon

to

to
; reflex.^

rely (on, 0XL\,acc,),


iftkBflt^

live

to

259
fV.,
tiftfltsffetl,

barrassed,tlfrf4Iingeil/
adj. (ocrlicgen),emS.,

part,
Uerleoetl,

confused

furnish.

procure,

different,various.
tiCrfl^ie^flt/
to shut up, lock
tierfl^Ite"Cll,
up, close ;
Uttftloffflt/
part, adj,, close, reserved.

(time).

(out), spend

to

swallow;

to

to

twine.
en-

barrassment.
-l^Ctt/
/"" em-

to swallow.
tierff!|lttilen/

Hetieilen^ to

lend

to

out;

stow
confer, be-

(on, dat^.
Uerlteten^S.^

f.,to vanish, disappear.


derfl^tllinbeil/

[Ueren, not

lose.

to

to decry.
uerfibteieti,

in

dftff|fttf to overlook,
re/lex,,to make

Uetlot-en^/r. berliercn.
Serlitfl/w.,//.
Hermadien,

to

Hermeltetl, to

increase.

denneUieii,

shun,

to

to
dftfl^ftll/

adj.fsupposed, presumed.
Htnnitl^ftlt/ to lessen,

HetmiigCllf

be

to

(can)

naun,

diminish.

able, have

"Wr.,

ensure,

to

secure.

save.

rg^x.f

to

tarry,

late.

to ridicule,deride.
Uerf^mtteitf
to promise ; noun,
dcrfjirt
I^Ctt/

power

reply.

m., promise.

property,

power,

n.,

Uerfjiateil/
to delay;
be

sink.

to spare,
Iier()iaitll/

think, imagine \A,part.

Hetmeilt-^ttfto

provide

oversight ; (s^n.),

an

assure,

f.,to
dtrflnfeii,

avoid.

(of).

aware

[tocrltcren.] UttfCi^eil^
to misplace

-e, loss,

bequeath.

to

be

miss

wealth.

to feel, perceive.
1ttt\pikXtn,
to

Hfrmttmmett^

muffle.

mask,

iBft^mib/

to
Iiemttt(l^)-eilf
suppose,
presume,
guess ; ~Ud|^ presumable, probable

/!, supposition, guess.


-tttlfl^
stand
to perceive, hear, under-

ible; UnpaWiiJ/

^ttfttit,fn,

; -f tl^

sonable.
reaUertlttllftig/
Uftflefleilfto

iBentttllft,/,
reason;

to

pass

(time).

away

displace, disfigure;

disguise

^t^Vi^lVX,
part,

tierrat(]|)en,
to betray,

tltt^)lf(tl/
to stop

reveal.

to
perform, accomplish;
Utrttl^t-CIt/

operation,

work.

tierfammeUt/
assemble,

to

assemble;

meet;

; to

promise.
re^x.,

to

f"tt\ammlan^, /"

assembly, meeting.

(place),
conceal.

understand.

tttpfLH^ttn, oblige, engage.

to refuse, deny
Ilttf
llflCtI/

hide,

to

one's

adj,,stolen,
up,

flex,,
re-

self, pretend.

adj., hardened,
Ilft|t0llt//^^^*

to

-ttng/ /'f performance,

clear.
intelligible,

".), hiding

{or

concealment

perceptible,intelligible.Ilfr0e(flt/
to

; -Hat/

understanding, intelligence;

intelligent,sens*
Uerftilllbig/
;

bttnt^Wrtn,

to
dfrtiafTen/

fn,,

callous.
secret.

obstruct.

^tX^^X\tXifpart, adj., dead, deceased;


as

noun,

(the) deceased.

to
push off, repel, banish.
Ilftfiotctt/
Uer^ei^ettr intr., f.,to glide away,

elapse.
f to
Uerflltinmeil/
.,

silent, hush.

grow

dumb,

become

26o

VOCABULARY.

Uerfu^tt,

to

try, tempt;

f,

-WX%,

compatible,
ttxtAifivS^,
Hettratt-en, to

entrust

trust,

fide
con-

n.,

trust,

fidence
con-

-Hd^^ confidential, intimate.

to
tiertriittmen,

UCttretClt^to

dream

supply

tlOtt^/*"

t)On, dat.) ; $attf;

or

plentifully; sfianbig^

entire

complete,

folks).

verd

plete.
iotttgffull, com-

comp.,

sep.

insep. ;

or

"tU'^tXi,to finish, complete

(away).
one's

{of,gen.,

abundantly,

harmonious.

; to

{dat.); nauHy
;

people (nation, or

"""

UOtt, full

temptation.

in

iBolt

place,

present.
re-

mtXif

{adj.,as

si^m!*

ifp.p.), perfect,

plete
com-

{yet also, uott'fommcu).


to
tttUt'^Ui^tU,

I^tttli^aift,
parU

doui/Z^r

occasion.

cause,

adj,^

orphaned,

bereaved.

relative, kinsman.

noun,

insolent.

Uertlieten^
blow

off; intr.,

vanish.

away,

net to f (tell/to

UettOOgeil,same
ueHonnbett^

to

to

be

wonder,

wonder,
-ttlt[|//")
to
bermitnf d|-ett^

amaze;

astonished;

part, adj.,-i,

waste,

devastate.

many?

JBogcl,

pi. %

bird-catcher;
n",

dtm"

in

"

bird;

old

front;

cUso

cu

also

as

befoie-

advance,

the

also

sep.

as

"orbci0el)cn, in passing,

tm
way.

recite

adj.

(a prayer), repeat.
front,

fore,

comp.,

iDicOiel?

how

tXMijit,much

forefathers.
iBdtelteril^//.,
to lead
dOtfiilireit,

teen
fourtyi^XLf

sep.

prf

m.,

yesterday.

beforehand;

fv
"Qetietl;

formerly,
tlOt^ill'/

s^fUet^

up,, introduce.

before

nottlCt^ before,
fourth

in

ago,

anterior.

-Jig, forty.
m.,

im

day
bor^gefterit/

-i, ord.y

of;

hand.

tlOtbtr^

perhaps.
t)ieIIei4t^
four
tiiet/

in front

ahead;

advance,

in

notHeteil,to

rather.

more,

of

verbs

sep. prf.

llOtaitd^

by

{coll).

//., many;

how

much,

in

before,

on

pref;

despair, desperation.
\ViXL%,f'y
much;
tiiel^

with

ace.

tlOtliei^along by, past

eat
to consume,
tlCtJfl^teit/
up.
to despair; ^mmWh
ncrjtaeifel-n,

cattle

(to) before,

etc.,

sep.prf;

cursed, execrable.
to lay
tIftlOttfletl,

from

time), in

times.

astonishment.

curse

it marks

before, against;

^txizw {dat.),times

tlOtait^

astonish,

{spctceor

; from

of; ago

motion,
Dor

wound.

to
tltttOttltliet-tt,

refiex;

(cause) for,

t)ermegen.

as

of persons

dat., before

[fuse.

fade.

in

senses

||0t, adv., sep.prf, before, formerly;

front

re-

various

names

f., to

off, prevent,

ward

UertOelfeil,
f.,to wither,

f"\t%,n.,

and

origin {properly local).

prep,
blow

to

; in

idioms
noble

adj., daring, bold,

Ueftoe^en^ part,

of, by (agent),

tiOn, prep, dat., from,

concerning;

Uettoanbtf part, adj., related, akin;


as

bem"

t)on

to

pers,).

make

as

precede.

heretofore.

dOtig,former, preceding,

UOtflagen, to
Kh^tldXL, SDdglcill,

also

last

complaint

(before),
to

{dot.

262

VOCABULARY,

walk;

wanderer,

-^x,nt,,

traveler

^lieb,".,road-song; -flj"ft//.,
dering,
wantravel; -^"1ltllllll^
same

guide, guide-post

comps.^

^.,

to

stagger,

waver,

flinch.

maitltf adv.f when,


uub

baim

usually, interrog,,
and

now

"

then

cmj,,

sfftil^f^**
shield

cutcheon;
es-

escutcheon

f^oUn,

to

let

leave

to

go,

(of arms).

sake

tOtf^,as

iDcrbem

goods.

iDiitm, comp.\
marn^lt^

to

warm;

to

-Ungd'liiQl^".,

for, wait

on,

why,

.matttnt,

; gen,

or

auf, fl^-^r.,wait

SBfitHf
^

(yw-luorum,

{for iDarum), why

tt)a"), something
toaS

what
filr),

....

toafdicn,S.y

to

tOtfh-tU,S,,

"

to

sep,

J^^

M^j^

master

weaver

change, exchange;
flBe^fel;^-,

"

neither
nor.

-fit/

to

usually

re*

dedicate.

usually, because.

leisure.

^tX^,

bunch
"ttaitfiff/i
;

pasture.

-ett"titt(l|)f
/.,

consecrate,

rn.,

vineyard;

of grapes,//,

also

grapes.
weep.

wisdom.

-|cit /"

sfetttg^tocif(e)/ wise;
[miffen.]

alternate.

to
awake,
loeifett^

(to,

way

refuse.

to
toeiltettf

-er^fhtl^I,
*w., loom.
mutual,

flex.tto

SBctlt/fn., wine;

"*", weaver;
-

f.,to yield, give

SBcUC//-, while, time,

w.;

words.

; -tt,

weave

-CtsUlCljiCt/ ffi'y

toeber,

weak.

switch.

tOCt^Clt^to

of.

sfaH^

weapon;

wife.

willow;

/,

toetl/while
water;

"v

reflex., to resist;

to refuse, deny;
tOClgttlt,

wash.

flBaffer^".,//.",
^ftUflf
"*""

ffif (or

"

kind

noun,

feed.

willow

tU

{for

as

{dat.); iVM^),

defence,

-cn,

/"" pasture

"elU-e,

ever
interr,, rel., indef., what, what;

"

graze,

tDO.

nmd^

noun).

dat.).

tend.
wherefore

sad.
sinttt(|)ig,

woman,

mei^etl,
S.,

Warsaw.
ffiarff^ait,
"..

see

tOflA/ so^t, tender,

scare-crow.

wait

of, for
its

pain; tot\)t^un,

defend;

n.,

mattCII/ to

f.,to

"lOd/ defenceless.

(figure), SSciBf

warning

to

away;

; ""/r.,

I alas

woe

hurt, pain

to

-eil,

-mifj,/., warning;

warn;

throw

account

on

woe,

n.,

^t%X, fi pi-

[warm.
marmen^

sxiumtU,

sfti^tU,

away

gen.,

/., sadness

mfltf^/-" tt)crfcn.

omit;

of, {oftenfollows

fcln, to

//. wares,

away;

4llffett,to

remove;

exclam.,

SBefj,

flBare/^/^ SBaarc,/.,ware;

go

in

off, depart.

move

the

off;

away,

to
$llierfeit,

away;

m^

away;
out,

off,

clear

tear

take

megeitf prep,

toat//., fcin.

matb/ /.,

; also

"ge|e]t/f.,to

as

draw
to
sjieljetl,

when.

n.fpl."'i (coat of) arms,


SBa|l)ieil,

mtX^ttf

tnt^, adv., sep. prf,

as

-ex.

iDtltfeil/f.or

road;

way,

m.,

],

SBeifC,/.,way,

waken.

nod^,

neither

comp.
or

adv.,

written

tune,

manner;
"

-Weife,

separately
"

"

air ;,fy".

wise,

"

ly,

VOCABULARY,

lif

tfen, S.f

direct, refer

show,

to

263

(to, ffietter^"., weather,

auO-

v., as

met!, /r., iDlffeiL


toeit, wide,
nothing

far;

(more)

nid^tS,

-cr

-f^/., width,

that

which,

"f

? r^/.,

meld) ein, what

tOflffwithered, faded;
fade

mUttig/ weighty,

to

billow

roll, bundle

"VXAxVi^tt,

bundle-

rn,,

/"/^"

world;

-"n,

"iiiecr, ".,

-til,

^.

turn.

....

....

iQCr, !"/., who?


who

..".

usually,

immcr,

whoever.

(or

(to be)

^"(^

'S'.,f., to

; aux.

w.

iWn,

{pass.),be.

back;

come

noun,

as

n,,

nature;

real.

we^^alb, ^^".

; um

'

":"w/.,

-ftt, to

contention

tBttt'eifertl;
fVtr^/., to
Xderiv.,net campJ}

bet, bargain;
for wager).
(III.

contend,

vie.

-en,

ttJiflcil,
(w.

gen.

of;-tg9willing,

voluntary.

p. p.

ttinU,

why,

sake

speed

[ace.

welcome,

as

if

insep.\
m

wind

of

-f

dsff^ttCtte,
/i

wind.

winding, turning.
flBittbttltg//,

fiBctt-e,/,bet;

game.

2Bittcn,iw., -cn",//.

flBtH-e/ or

inserted), for the

wherefore.

"|ttfitf^-y

to

peat);
re-

WUliam.

talillfom^men,

flBefen,"." being, existence,


old

for luiber^o'Ien,
I,

sound,
re-

bring
to

savage

will, wish

value.

mefflttUt/ essential,

A^^Xtn,

to

again (and again).

fflitScIm,m.,

deed,

mertd), worthy, worth(,^wf.);fBtttQi),


worth,

only insep,)^to

8Biefe,/.fmeadow.

throw.

SBctf/ n.,pl. -e, work,

old

infin.{future)^ toiH-ft,/r.,luottcm

shall, will, etc.; w.p.p.

merfen, s., to

become,

old

only sep,,

formerly

"

s^oUtU, {or

A^mVXtU,

tOiUl/wild,

toetbcil/ ""^*"

medtaHi,

back

indef.,whoever,
"

as

toiber^atten,now

if, although.

aud^,

"

re-echo

whenever;

rel,

little ;

toic

"

least.

at

audi, even

"

"

how

much,

Qiw6),however

? loie

interchanged
; eiu

few

fntUUfCon/., when,

m.,

tDicUicl,how

"

'fif110/sup, adv,,

come

conj., how,

or

Ipeiltg,little,pL

he

reL

tt)0^(,
although.
-e^freid,"., tropic; miebftf again; as pre f. now
fF., to turn;
-ttltg^/,
dtst.fr, iDibcr, insep,

turn
or

turning,

if;

consecrate.

ini.f how

when;

many
"

ttenb-e,/,

now

n3icbcrl)o'len),

also

devote,

to

toiCfadv.
as,

ocean.

prf,

as

repetition.
-ttltg^/.,

repeat;

mUmtCltf

bearer.

Kelt

important.

against;

^^'9

totHer^^l-en {old

(of wood)

heavy,

only insep. {seeluicber).

wither,

to

-en^

M^ttfpf'fP'

/Wr., f

tt-e,/.,wave,

("^ -cr),wight, (poor)

to weigh.]
(njogeit),
[ttjicgcn

er, e, t%, int,^ which, what

who,

-"

creature.

breadth, distance,

meld}/

4ftt(^tel^

whet.

toe#en,
flBi^t,".,//.

broad,

farther

heat-lightning.

".,
to

tOetl,white.

storm

flBinfcIftn.,

corner,

mittteit,to wink,

ttiltter,
m.,

nook.

beckon.

winter.

264

VOCABULARY,

Borctl^ well

f"Xnytt,m., vintager.
SBt^fcI/^'1

top,

tOirf-en,

work,

to

(of tree).

crown

Esquire;

effect; -\i^, real,

healthy; $getll4, tn,,


fragrance;

effective, active;

taste,

effect.

(of inn); y^.,

-0s(an0/

landlady;

"in,

inn,

".,

toiff-Cn^"Vr.,

science.

f^/., where,

where

for pron,

"

in

all

the

prep.

wherewith

tOOBei^ whereby,
what, which

by, with,

{see tt)o).

which

what,

/.,

billow;

wave,

to

-tn,

rock.

sep.i tDO

"

"

"

^er,

"

also
Ill0l)tll%

where-

"

"

"

to,
^in, where-

"

ifl

ntir

n,,

noun,

indeed,

doubtless,

tOO^I^

in

come

etc,

"

feel

weal,

as

(am)

welfare;

{seetDO)*

pass,

whereto;

which

upon

{seettjo).
and

aux,,

sometimes

in

dat.

of

senses

n,j word

such);

-t,

what,

which

"

ill {see Wo).

pi, Hx, words

{singly

{connected, in

words

"

often

not

on!

well

over,

etc,

what,

IOO)tt^whereto,

trans,;

which

below,

comp,,

whereof;

tOOritl^et^whereon,

which

exclam.,
sttllf^

well

shapely;

{see iDo).
from,

{seeIDO).

why;

to, for, what,

{seetoo),

SBunll-e, /,
enced,
serfa|rcil,well-experi-

formed,

oi,

on,

whereof;

of, etc., what, which

forsooth,

perhaps,

skillful; sfeil,cheap;

VX^ti,

after, according

which

wherefrom,
iiarying empliasis^ tOOtlOtt'f

particle, with

-ig,see

what, which

sentence),

moljl, well;

well,

; with

poet., for gctDOrbctU

in

whither.

as

mean,

to, what,

SBort/

sep^t )t"0

wish,

infin,^ to

etc,

mottll^ wherein;

from, whence.

as

without

{see tt)0).

mottKU/

heave,

well;

(to); often
intend,

about

claim, try, be

intend,

to, etc., what,

{see tt)0).

also

; -ettf woolen.

tOOtQltf/ whereupon,

for

tO^fitt'/wherefor;

I90tet^

wool

delightful,blissful.
tll0nn{[|^

ttOij|ef/.,week.

wave,

SoCl-t/ fy

whereafter
mottaill',

{like ta).

0Og-f^

cloud.

moittit^ wherewith

what,

obj

of

senses

etCi

-Ittig, /,

abode.

tt0l!e,/"

wish,

{before vowels^

preps,

w.

when;

rarely conj.,if;

indef,^somewhere;

"

cheerful.

tOOllCtl,
modal, irr.,to will,be willing,

wit.

IDO, /"/., where?

which

do

to

"0lf/".,//. ""P/WOlf.

curious.

know,

to

how;

know

know,

tttffenfl^aft/.

comp.

good

m,,

sep.,

dwell, live;

to

dwelling,

to

sBegictiQ/eager

iDOr),

smell,

benevolent.

tOOQUgf happy,
ttOln-en,

to wipe.
mifdieil,

in

4(ltn^

well-wishing,

tavern.

8Bt^,m.,

sgefQiniUl^

relish;

grown,

sweet

good (to,dat,) ; tVMtXi!^, part, adj,,


landlord

fB^ittOji),
fn.f

title,*like

as

well
sgerat(li)ett^

actual; -li^ffit,/., reality; -faitl,

-Ittlg^y*)operation,

born;

sge"
sges

wound

twtli,m.,

sur-

geon.

flBttllbetf
n,, pi.

-,

wonder,

miracle;

26s

VOCABUl^AHY.

-)at^

wonderful,

reflex.

to

surprising;
be

wonder,

odd,
-Itf!|,

admirable.

Sttttf^,

//. H,

worthy

ffittimt^
"., //. *cr,

vour.
de-

wish;

worm.

^)eill,

/., root;
flBurjel,

"., dim.

tonnf^eii, lDnf4^/."n)afd)en.

tOtttllf,/.)
irr., ttJcrbeiu
flBtttb-f/ /.,

(strangle and)

to

"

[to wish.

iw.,

kill;

strangle, choke,

liltttltter

astonished;

tfUoH^wonderful,

to
mitrfietl/

wond$f|^dtl,

singular;

rously, beautiful

-tl^

touite,/., njiffcn.

dignity; -fg, SBitftf /"! desert, wilderness.


9Bttt(t)/
/" fury, rage.
40ett,to deem

worth,

(of,gen,) ;

worthy (of,gen^.

"
to break
ytiAttifiXif

fear, tremble.

to

SUStn^

8ttW^/"/^--C"f number;
count,

to
^itleil^

reckon.

jerftlirff^lt,
to
crush,

desolate;

to crush, mash.
)Cn|ttetfiieil/
to tear
to pieces, mangle.
JfVreitetlf

gtt(m^
goill^ "?.,//.% tooth.
3ftnff^o
quarrel, contention.

gerrett,

pull, tear,

to

jmrt, ^"wj/. ^, tender, soft; gattli^, gerf41a[|en/ to


tender, fond, sensitive.

magic,

*f4fill/
^'9 magic
)f4f1t/to

pieces, shatter.

iWX%p f-9 desolation.

tame,

^%Xi"ttf ff;

in

knock

dash

"

to

"

pieces, disperse.
spell ; gerpnu,

charm,

sheen.

to

destroy,

ruin.

get^ftten^to scatter, disperse.


3cttcl^fn.^ bill, note, letter.
3ett0/fn.t stuff, matter, material.

feast.

carouse,

tease.

ten.
)Cl|ll^
sign, mark, token.
Stiii^ti,
^tVA, tn.y Zeus, Jupiter.
m,,
)ei4n-e]t,to draw, depict; "1tltg,/.,8i^8Cf/"" go^*" (sl^e)goat.

3if0(t^-y

[jcidjen.]

drawing,

to show,
point (out) ;
)fi0(tt/

intr,,

to

point (at, aitf).

gellf /, Ime.
S^U /*iP^' -i^t
once

on

sometimes
staUtXif

m.,

time;
time

space

sf4tift/ /-f

tjor -en, times

git-en, at times,

of

time,

-e^

period;

periodical, journal;

-ttttg/ /'I newspaper,

Selfc "., //.

tent;

sttt^/"""

in

pieces.

go,

move,

pro*

pass.

8itl/"." pl' -tf limit, end, goal.


suitable, becoming, proper;
gitmlifll,
usually, as adv.^ quite, pretty.
ornamental,
gi(tltf!|/

Sintmetf

ft-$ room,

gitll,m.
insep, prf. giving

pull, attract,

elegant, pretty.
chamber.
prong,

nacle.
pin-

tent-

Setltnet/m., hundred-weight.
Jft-, unaccented

draw,

3tttte,/, (^r 3inlcn/ '"O*

news.

cloth.

^asunder,

to

intr.^ f., to

ceed, march,

-Ig^ timely, early;

^S*.,
^.,
giel^Clt/
derive

ago,

title,brick.

3in"
sense

out

at

("v 3infc, /), interest; auf


{or 3infc") au^tl^un,
interest.

to
gif4eil,

hiss.

to

put

266

IVOCABULAEY.

S^rtetf /"" guitar-

gnniieit/to

aUtern, to

3tttt0ef/, tongue.

tremble.

to,

sew

sew

up.

ivn, for gu b*v.

Sone, /.,
Sdrn,

gnre^t^
to

zone.

gumen,

-10, angry.

anger;

w.,

rights,aright
be

to

(with, dot.).

angry

gn^ adv., sep.prf,, to, together (shut), gliriirfW/adv.'t Sep. prf,


on

beforeadj. or adv.,

prep,

dat.,

in, for

(purpose)
in

senses

foot ;

by

(excess)

too

(motion, addition),

to

by

on,

idioms;

and

"

"

5^6^

in feeling;
2D'iut(^),

"

twos,

at

two

Sttllet,
m.,

at,

ing,

rious
va-

return

groci,

"

time.

gttllftfffi/cover

(a

over

for {dot.person).
gldlCttf
tttf to intend
to press
to, shut.
)ll)liruifett,
fv to hasten to, run
glttttett^
up.
first.
at
first,
gUerlt^

happen

sfommtlt, f.,to

behind,

to throw
"lllfifeil,

abandon;

back, reflect.

gnfant'meit,adv., sep. prf, together;


in

comp,

to

work

with

same

sense

"llt5citffl,

to bring
together ; elitt]t0Cll,

together, collect; sfmift,/,/^* *"/


to
stCl^ltftl,

meeting;
count

count

gether,
to-

up.

to blow
to, waft to.
gnfattfen,
look
to
dental. gttf4"tt-eil,
acci(dat); gttfattig/
on, behold;

to

to

(shut), fall

on,

m.,

contented,
gttfrtt^etl,

satisfied; -%di,

satisfaction*.

yi, contentment,

3tt0^^/., //. "t, draught, march,


fttgd^en,U

to

{dot,);

on,

go

^nWa^tn, to slam
f., to
gttf4teiteil,

train,

(up) to, approach

happen.

look

step

suit,

proach
ap-

on.

set

{dat.).

impart,

to

(to),

to, affix ; intr., to

gnf^ire^en/to speak

to confess, concede.
)tt0efie|etl^
{to,dat,).
in^fi^WX,part, adj., devoted
the
ately.
at
time, immedisame
gttgUi^^

up

on.

to, look

to add
gttfei^Ctl,

attack

(a door).

to

stride

; to

upon,

3tt0Cl^f^'i rein, bridle.

-ft,

spectator.

procession,line,trait,feature.[gie^en.]
g1tfel|f
It, to

go

leave

back;

come

gttruf
en, to
to promise.
gllfa0eil,

cover).

gttfaileil,
fv to fall

as

call to.

draw

up,

usually self-explain^
A^f^XtXip\.,to turn
back,

comps.

^loffen,to

^^

sugar.

to

back;

backwards,

to,

address,

award

to

(to, dot.);

3ttftnil4/f^'* P^' "'^^ address, visit,


custom

(in trade).

m.ypl. Hf condition,
SitflaiUl/

state.

gn^Oietl^to push to, close, thrust on ;


gttpreUfto listen (to,dat,).
/, (the) future; gulilltftt^,intr.y \.fto befall, happen to {dot.).
gttfllttft^
to
gtttra0eil^

future.

f to
gttlaufetl^
./

gltle^f

at

run

to,

run

on,

hurry.

last.
last, finally,

inm,for gu bcm.

gnmcffCtt^ to
(to,d!^.).

mete

reflex.,to

to trust
glttrattCII,
noun,

out,

carry,
come

bring (to, dat.)\

about, happen.
to, confide

Stttniuen,

n.,

m\dat^\

trust,

fidence.
con-

assign, impute
reliable,trustworthy.
gttlierlaffi0r

VOCABULARY.

before,

3tttlOr^

3tttior1ierfl,
gUtQtilf

previously,
first,

first.

at

times,

at

n^

formerly.

31011119/

^M

//"

sometimes.

Jtoet,
-t,

't,

compulsion,

straint.
con-

[jiDingenJ
twenty.

2101111310,
{loar/

3tOCtf/

adv,t

m.,

"inil|tg/

true,

aim,

StOeig,

be

to

sure,

object,

adapted

to

purpose,

practical.

t^wM%,

two;

3t9eifll4/

or

Stoifling,

m.,

JtOingril,

^.,

Stoirn,

two-fold,

double.

twin.

force,

compel,

to

m.,

"XL,

to

strain.
con-

thread.

"w.,

3tOt{4eit,/r"^acCf

doubt

long;

second.

ard.f

gtOif fai^

hours

two

w,

"^"/.,

tferbs

of

between,

among;
the

motion
f

Stoeifel,

to

-ta,

branch.

indeed.

purpose;
the

branch;

bough,

".,

shoot,

gmingcn.

gtnmid,/.,

267

doubt.

JtOitftl^ent,
to
gtOOlf,

twelve

twitter,

Af

ord^

chirp.
twelfth.

same.

GRAMMATICAL

The

crucial

The
see

2.

of

points
of

Inflection
brief

following

APPENDIX.

difficultyfor
Nouns

tables

added

are

for

in

Verbs

Irregular

3.

beginner

the

German

convenient

Order

4.

are

of

reference.

cent
Ac-

i.

Words.

details,

For

grammar.

ACCENT.

I.

1.

Uncotnpounded

words

2.

Words

by prefixes

formed
never

3.

4.

Other

compounds
Chief

accent

(6)

Chief

accent

words

Foreign

Each

in

retains

usually
retain

on

in

last,

original

its

other

accent

first,

prefixes always

separable,
in-

but

"

verbs.

parts

hence,

accent

own

adjectives,

nouns,

the

usually.

un-,

component

first

regularly

"

separable

negative

"

on

rooUsyllable
Accent

the

(a)

Accent

of speech.

usually,

last

accent

syllable.
Exceptions

doubtful

or

"

whenever

cases,

occurring

"

are

marked

the

in

Vocabulary,

The

great

OF

INFLECTION

11.

of

majority

determined

are

nouns

NOUNS.
by general
Gen,

1.

Neuters

{a) -e(, -cu,

(witA

{d) Monosyllables

2.

All

Feminines

other

Masculines

(b) Other

(c)

But

exceptiofts\

accent

and

and

some

pi. -^c),
-eu,

masculines,
-c,

exceptions),

-ni", -fal, //. -e,

{a) -cl,

{imthfew

neuters

(except

monosyllables
3.

few

-0

-t(^)um,

and

{c)

-d^cn, -lein,

-er,

most

(weai).

-er,
in

general

foreign

(strong),

with

final

rules,
sing,

follows

as

Notn.

"

pi.

270

GRAMMATICAL

is

Meaning

denote

CAPS

SMALL

given

for

S. stands

Mod.iox

part,

or

[ ].

in

remarks

special

in

of

other

Verbs

senses

"

verbs

also

as

"

are

in that

only;

sense

meaning.

forms, when

marked
as

irregular

(that is, weak

rare

or

is

like

(in which

modal

Old

verb

the

for mixed

M.

sing, is indicated).

pres.

when

italics

English cognates,

strong;

brcnncn, etc.);

in

in

APPENDIX,

in

ttJiffeu

verbs.

entire

enclosed

are

conjugated

regular (weak)

change,

the

"

given,

also

vowel

with

"

For

in

in

( );

whole,

details,

or

see

grammar.
Note.
because
The
here
eye

The

"

these

exhibit

and
the

the

perfect participle

constant

changes, while

subjunctive is placed last because

past

given,
and

tense

past
forms

to

besides
the

its

memory,

brevity
the

and

its

convenience,

essential

features

are

placed
others

irregularitiesare
will

of the

prove

useful

conjugation.

next

occur

after

only in

only occasional.
also

the

infinitive

certain

verbs.

Thie

by emphasizing,

form
to

the

IRREGULAR

VERBS.

2^1

272

GRAMMATICAL

APPENDIX.

IRREGULAR

VERBS.

273

274

GRAMMATICAL

APPENDIX.

IRREGULAR

VERBS.

275

GRAMMATICAL

276

The

In

THE

point

is the

cardinal

inflected verb
I.

IV.

Order,

Order.

{b)Inverted

3. Verb

stands

character

and

order

brief:

{c) Verb

Note

i.

Subject with

I.

Order,

i.

adjuncts;
{a) Verb
last.

or

"

its

adjuncts;

2.

Verb;

3.

Adjuncts

Thus

verb

4. Other

clause); 2. Verb;

or

adjuncts.

(Clauses).
Connective

(conj.or relat.)
;

2.

Subject with

4. Verb.

subject; {b)

follows
the

relative

precedes subject;

Verb

position of

the

verb

shows

the

relation of the sentences.

The

of words

the personal

auxiliary.

Verb-adjunct (word, phrase

Sentences

[c) Transposed

Or, in

meaning

"

tenses, is the

Sentences:

Subject with adjuncts;

Dependent

adjuncts;

verb

the

adverbs, etc.).
(objects,

of Verb

In

i.

WORDS.

OF

position of

Principal

or

{a) Normal

II.

ORDER

which, in compound

"

Simple

3.

APPENDIX.

pure
;

other

conjunctions(= ow^,
connectives

do.

but, or,

for)

do

not

affect the