The American Language/Bibliography 3

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Bergen, Fanny D.: Folk-Names of Animals, Jour. Am. Folk-Lore, vol. xii, p. 291.

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Helfenstein, James: A Comparative Grammar of the Teutonic Languages… London, 1870.

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