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The pronunciation indicated in the following list is that it is Latinized into a. An a and an i coming together, but usually heard from educated speakers of English, who as a belonging to different syllables, will of course have either the rule do not attempt to pronounce Greek or Latin or Scriptural accent or the mark - between them. names in the way in which they were pronounced by the 6. When r follows a in the same syllable, and is itself ancients themselves—if that could be with certainty deter- followed by a consonant, as in Ar’go, Car-tha'go, the a is mined—but rather seek to assimilate the pronunciation to pronounced as in far. In such a word as Ar’a-dus it is that of their own language. There is therefore no great sounded as in fat. difficulty in the pronunciation of such words, and by atten- 7. The digraph au, as in Clau'di-us, Au-fid'i-us, is protion to the following rules and directions any name in the nounced as a in fall. An a and a u coming together, how. list can be sounded correctly.

ever, may belong to different syllables, as in Em-ma'us. Special knowledge required for the right pronunciation of 8. When e constitutes an unaccented syllable, as in the these words is

first of the word E-te'o-cles, and when it ends one, as in 1. The seat of accent; and

E-vad'ne, it is pronounced as e of me. And when e is fol. 2. The sound to be given to the letters as they stand in lowed by s as the final letter of a word, as in Her'mes, the word.

Ar-is-toph'a-nes, it is always pronounced as e of me. The syllable of the word which is to receive the accent is 9. When e is followed by r in the same syllable, as in denoted by the usual mark, an acute accent, placed imme- Her'mes, Mer-cu'ri-us, the e is pronounced as e of her. The diately after it, as the first syllable of the word Ca'to, the letters i, u, and y, before r, have the same sound, as in second of the word Cam-by'ses, and the third of the word Vir'gil, Bur'sa, Cyr'nus. When er is followed by a vowel, San-cho-ni'a-thon. The seat of the accent varies consider- however, e is sounded as in met, thus Er'a-to, Mer'o-e. ably in words of more than two syllables, though it is never 10. The digraph ei, as in Plei'a-des, is pronounced as i of on the last syllable; in dissyllables it is always on the first. pine. An e and i coming together, however, may belong to The pronunciation of the latter, therefore, as also of mono- different syllables. Compare Rules 5 and 7. syllabic words, after the following remarks are studied, 11. The diphthong or digraph eu, as in Leu-cip'pus, E-leu'sis, will present no difficulty, and consequently many of them Ti-mo'theus, is pronounced as u of tube. It occurs chiefly (especially those belonging to the classical languages) have in Greek names. In other cases the e and u belong to been omitted from the list below. The division into separate separate syllables. Compare Rules 10 and 7. syllables is denoted by the mark · as well as by the 12. When i constitutes the first and last syllables of centuation mark. Two vowels coming together in a word, words, whether accented or not, as in I-be'ri-a, Fa'bi-i, it but having one or other of these marks between them, must is pronounced as i of pine. And i as the terminal vowel of therefore always be pronounced as belonging to different a syllable at the end of words is also so pronounced, as in syllables.

Im'ri, A-ceph'a-li. The sounds to be given to the several letters will be con- 13. But i at the end of any other unaccented syllable than sidered under two general heads, viz.: 1. The vowel letters; the last, as in In'di-a, Fa'bi-i, is pronounced as i of pin. and 2. The consonant letters. It must always be borne in 14. In many cases i assumes the value of y consonant in mind that silent letters, so common in English (e final for English; thus Aquileia is pronounced as if Aqui-le'ya, Caius instance), are the exception in the words here treated of. as if Ca'yus. This is especially common in the terminations


15. O at the end of an unaccented syllable, as also when The vowels heard in the words fate, me, pine, note, and constituting, an unaccented syllable by itself, is generally tube, are called long vowels; while those heard in the words pronounced long or of medium

length. Followed by r in the

same syllable, as in Gor'gus, it is not usually pronounced fat, met, pin, not, and us, are called short vowels. i. When any of the vowel letters a, e, i, o, and u, con- by some speakers pronounced rather long than short, this

long, but as o of not. The o in such a position is, however, stitute an accented syllable, and also when they end one, being pretty much a matter of taste. they are pronounced as long vowels; thus, in the first syllable of the words Ca'to, Pe'lops, Di’do, Solon, and Jusba, they unaccented syllable (as in Æs'u-læ, A-bi'hu), u is pronounced

16. At the end of an unaccented syllable, or forming an are pronounced as in the respective key-words fate, me, pine, much the same as when accented, but shorter. Following note, and tube. 2. When the vowel letters are followed by one or more

q it is pronounced as w; thus the second syllable of Equicolus consonants in a syllable, they are pronounced as short is pronounced exactly as the English word quick. vowels; thus, in the first syllable of the words Cas'ca, ing positions ; thus the y in Ty'a-na is as i of pine; and the

17. The letter y is pronounced as i would be in correspond. Hec'u-ba, Cin'na, Cor'du-ba, and Pub'li-us, they are pro- y in Tyn'da-rus as i of pin. nounced as in the respective key-words fal, met, pin, not, and us.

II.—THE CONSONANT LETTERS. 3. When the letter a constitutes an unaccented syllable, as in A-by'dos, and when it ends one, as in Ju'ba, it is pro- The consonant letters, b, d, f, h j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, ', y, and 2, nounced as a in fat.

have each but one sound, and as that is the English sound, 4. The so-called diphthongs æ, æ, are always pronounced they present no difficulty. The letters c, 9, s, t, and ., have as the e of me, and are therefore simple vowel sounds, as in each more than one sound, and hence require rules to proCæsar, Pæs'tum, Æ'o-lus, Bee-o'ti-a.

nounce them aright. 5. The digraph ai in a syllable is pronounced like ai in 1. C and g are hard, or sounded as in call and gun respecwait. It occurs only in Scriptural names. The ai of Greek tively, when immediately followed by the vowel letters a, o, words was pronounced like common English affirmative ay, and u, either in the same or in the following syllable, as in



The s.

Gor'di-um, Au-gus'tus, Meg'a-ra, Teg'u-la. Cand g are also 10. Si forming an unaccented syllable, preceded by an hard immediately before other consonant letters, as in Clau'- accented syllable with a final consonant, and followed by a di-us, Cras'sus, Ec-bat'a-na, Hec'tor, Glau'cus, Gra'vi-us, Bag'. vowel, is commonly pronounced shi; as in Al'si-um, Hor-ten'. ra-da, Bo-du-ag-na'tus.

si-us. When the si is preceded by a vowel it is very commonly 2. C and g are soft when immediately followed by the pronounced as zi, as in Mæ'si a, He'si-od, A-le'si-a, Cæ'si-us; vowel letters e, i, and y, either in the same or in the follow- and sometimes as the 8 of pleasure, as in As-pa'si-a, The-oing syllable, as in Cer'be-rus, Cin'na, Cy-re'ne, Cic'e-ro, do'si-a. But the usage in these cases is not very well settled, Tic'i-da, Gelli-us, Gis'co, Gy'as, Vo-log'e-ses, Um-brigʻi-us. and some scholars carefully preserve the pure sound of the In words such as Dacia, Sicyon, Phocion, Accius, Glaucia, s, and do not even in such situations allow it to degenerate. Cap-pa-do'ci-a, the ci or cy, having the accent immediately 11. When ti followed by a vowel occurs next after the before it, is often pronounced as shi: some authorities, how- accented syllable of a word, it is pronounced as sh; thus, ever, retain the s sound in such words.

Statius is pronounced Staʼshi-us; Helvetii

, Hel-ve'shi-i; and 3. In Scriptural names, such as Megiddo, Gideon, g is similarly with Abantias, Actium, Maxentius, Laertius, &c. always hard, except in the single word Bethphage. In con. The proper sound of the t is preserved, however, when ti is sulting the list this will have to be kept in mind.

accented or when it follows 8 or another t, as in Mil-ti'a-des, following Scriptural names will serve as a guide.

Sal-lus'ti-us, Brut'ti-i; so also in the termination -tion, as in 4. When c and g are initial letters of a syllable, and im- A-e'ti-on. In such words as Domitius the t itself may be mediately followed by n or by t, they are usually left silent said to receive the sh sound: Do-mish' in pronunciation; thus, Cneus is pronounced Ne'us; Gnidus, 12. The digraph th is pronounced as th of the word thin, Ni’dus; and Ctenos, Te'nos. Some scholars, however, pro- as in Tha-li'a. nounce the c and g in these combinations; and should the 13. X at the beginning of syllables is pronounced as 3, thus, reader elect to do so, he must pronounce them hard.

Xenophon is Zen'o-phon. But at the end of syllables it 5. In Scripture names h often follows a vowel in the same retains its voiceless sound of ks, thus Oxus is pronounced syllable; as in Micah, Isaiah, Calneh, the vowel in these Oks'us. If, however, the x end a syllable which immediately cases being pronounced with its short sound and the h being precedes a vowel in the accented syllable, then the a re. mute. In Greek names rh is equivalent to simple r. ceives its voiced sound, that of hard g followed by Z, as in

6. The digraph ch is pronounced as k, thus, Achilles is Alexarchus, which is pronounced Al-egz-ar'chus. pronounced A-kil'les; Chios, Ki'os; Enoch, E'nok. The Scrip- 14. The letter p, when initial, and followed by n or by t, ture name Rachel is the single exception to this rule, ch in is not usually uttered, as in Pnigeus and Ptolemæus, which it being sounded as in chain.

are pronounced Ni'geus and Tol'e-mæ-us, though some per7. S as an initial of words is pronounced as s of the word sons sound the

p. son, as in Soʻlon, Spar'ta, Styx. It is commonly so pro- 15. Ph represents the Greek character, and is pronounced nounced as an initial of other than the first syllable of words, as f; thus, Philippi is pronounced Fi-lip'pi. But when ph is as in Su'sa, Si-sen'na; but in some exceptional cases the s followed by a consonant in the same syllable, as in Phthia, receives the sound of 2, as in the word Cæsar, which is pro- it is usually omitted in utterance, and the word is pronounced nounced Cæ'zar. These exceptions will be denoted by the Thi'a. Some scholars, however, pronounce it. direction 's as z,' inclosed within parentheses, thus, Cæ'sar 16. Ps represents the Greek character, which as an ini. (8 as z). See also rule 10.

tial is pronounced as s, the p being generally omitted in 8. S final of words, when preceded by e, is pronounced as utterance, as in Psyche, which is pronounced Sy'ke. Many 2; thus Aristides is pronounced Ar-is-ti'dez. “And the e so scholars, however, now pronounce the p as well as the s placed is that of the word me as remarked already. But of ps. when the final s is preceded by any other vowel, it is pro- 17. As a general rule, when any combinations of consonant nounced as s of son, as in Archytas, Amphipolis, Abydos, letters which are difficult to utter occur at the initial part Adrastus.

of words, the utterance of the first may be omitted, thus, 9. S at the end of words, when preceded by a liquid, l, m, Tmolus may be pronounced Mo'lus; Mnemosyne, Ne-mos'y-ne; n, or r, is pronounced as z, as in Mars, which is pronounced while the digraph ch is dropped in Chthonia, making the proMarz; Aruns, A'runz.

nunciation Tho'ni-a.

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A'a-lar, s. Ab-i-se'i, s. A-ce-sam'e-nus A-cræph'eus Ad-me'te Æ-gi-a'le-us


Ag-a-tho-bu'lus A'aron (a'ron), s. Ab'i-shag, 8. A-ce'si-a

Acra-gas Ad-me'tus E-gi-a-lioa Æ- sa'rus and Ag-a-tho-cle'a Ab-a-ca'na A-bish'a-i, 8. A-ce-si'nes Ac-ra-top'o-tes Ad'nah, 8. E-gi’a-lus

Æs'a-rus A-gath'o-cles A-bac'e-na A-bish'a-lom, 8. A-ce-si'nus A-cra'tus

Ad'o-na, s. Æ-gic'o-res Æs'chi-nes Ag-a-tho-do'rus Ab-a-ce'ne A-bish'u-a, 8. A-ce'si-us

A-do'ne-us or Æ'gi-da

Æs'chre-as Ag'a-thon Ala-cuc, 8. Ab'i-shur, 8. A-ces'ta

A-do'neus E-giodes

Æs'chre-is Ag-a-tho-ni'ce A-bad'don, s. Ab-i-son'tes A-ces-ti'nus Ac-ri-doph'a-gi A-do'ni-a Æg'i-la

Æs'chri-on Ag-a-tho-ni'cus Ab-a-di'as, s. Ab'i-sum, 8. A-ces-to-do'rus A-cri'on

Ad-o-ni'as, 8. Æ-gil'i-a Æs.chy-li'des Ag - & -tho-ny'.
Al'i-tal, 8. A-ces-tor'i-des Ac-ris-i-o'ne A-don-i-be'zek, Ægi-lips Æs'chy-lus

Ab'i-tub, 8. A-ce'tes
A-cris-i-o-ne'us 8.

Æ-gim'i-us Æs-cu-la'pi-us Ag - a - thon' y. A-bag'a-rus A-bi'ud,

A-cris-i-o-ni'a- Ad-o-ni'jah, s. Æ-gim'o-rus


mus A-bag'tha, . A-bla'vi-us A-choi


A-don'i-kam or Æ-gim'u-rus Æ-serni-a A-gath'o-pus Ab'a-ha, 8, A-ble'rus A-cha'me-nes A-cris'i-us Ad-o-ni'kam, s. Æ-gi'na


Ag- & -thos'the-
Ab-alla-ba A-ble'tes
Ach-a-men'i-des A-critas
Ad-o-ni'ram, 8. Æg-i-ne'ta Æ-si'nas

A bli'tæ
Ac-ro-a'thon or A-do'nis Æg-i-ne'tes Æ'si-on

Ag-a-thyrnum A-ban'tes Ab'ner, 8.


A-kro'a-thon A-don-i-ze'dek, Æ-giro-chus Æ-son'i-des Ag-a-thyr'sus Ab-an-ti'a-des Ab'no-ba A-cha'i-cus, s. Ac-ro-ce-rau'ni-a

Ægi-pan Æs-o-pe'us A-ga've A-ban'ti-as A-bo-bri'ca A-cha'is

A-croc'o-mæ A-do'ra, 8. Æ-gi-pa'nes Æ-so'pus A-ga'vus A-ban'ti-das A-bæ'cri-tus A'chan, 8. Ac-ro-co-rin'. Ad-o-ra'im, 8. E-giora


Ab-o-la'ni A'char, 8.

A-do'ram, 8. Æ-gir-o-es'sa Æs'u-1x

Ag-des'tis Ab-ar-ba're-a Ab'o-lus


A-cro'ma A-dram'me-lech, Æ-gis'thus Æ-sy-e'tes Ag'e-e, s. Ab'a-ri A-bon-i-tei'chos Ach-a-ren'ses A-cron'o-ma


Æ'gi-um Æ-sy'me Ag-e-la'das Aba-rim, 8. Ab-o-ra'ca A-char'ne A-crop'a-thos Ad-ra-myt'ti-um Æg'le

Æs-ym-ne'tæ A-gel'a-des A-bar'i-mon A bo'ras

A-cha'tes Ac-ro-re'a A-dra'na Æg-le'is Æs-ym-ne'tes Ag-e-las'tus Ab'a-ris A-bor'ras A'chaz, 8. Ac-ro-re'i A-dra'ne Æg'les

Æ-sym'nus Ay-e-la'us Ab'a-ron, s. Ab'o-tis Ach'bor, s. Ac'ro-ta A-dra'num Æg-le'tes Æth'a-le

Ag-e-le'a A-ba'rus

Ab-ra-da'tas Ach-e-lo'i-des A-crot'a-tus Ad-ras-ti'a Æ-gob'o-lus Æ-thal'i-des Ag'e-les
Ab-ra-da'tes Ach-e-loʻri-um Ac-ro-tho'i

Ad-ras-ti'ne Æ-goc'e-ros Eth-a-lioa Ag-e-li'a Ab'a-sa

A-bra'ha-mus Ach-e-lo'is Ac-ro-tho'on A-dras'tus Æ-go-mi'a Æ-tha'li-on Ag-e-lo-chi'a Ab-a-se'ni Abram, 8. Ach-e-lo'us Ac-ro-tho'um A dre'ne


Æ-thi'ces Ag'e-los
Ab-a-si'tis Ab-ret-te'ne A-che'ras


Æg-o-ne'a Æth'i-cus A-gen'a-tha
A-broc'o-mas Ach-e-ri'ni Ac-tæ'on

A-dri-an-op'o-lis Æ-go'nes


A-gen'di-cum Ab'ba, s. Ab-ro-di-ae'tus Ach'e-ro


A-dri-a'nus Æg-os-pot'a-mos Æ-thi'o-pe A-ge'nor Ab'da, 8. Abron Ach'e-ron Ac'te A-dri-at'i-cum Æ-gos'the-na Æ-thi'o-pes

Ag-e-nor'i-des Ab-da-lon'i-mus A-bron'y-chus Ach-e-ron'ti-a Ac'ti-a

A'dri-el, 8. Æ-gyp'sus Æ-thi-o'pi-a Ag-e-ro'na Ab’de-el, 8. Ab'ro-ta Ach-er-on-ti'ni Ac'tis Ad-ri-me'tum Æ-gyp'ti-i

Æ'thi-ops Ag-e-san'der Ab-de'ra

A-brot'o-num Ach-e-ru'si-a Ac-tis'a-nes or Ad-u-at'i-ca Æ-gyp'tus A-eth'li-us A-ge'si-as Ab-de-ri'tes A-bru'po-lis Ach-e-ru'sis Ac-ti-sa'nes Ad-u-at'i-ci Ælli-a

Æ-thu'sa A-ges-i-da'mus Ab-de'rus A'brus A-che'tus Ac'ti-um A-du'el, 8. Æ-li-a'nus Æ'ti-a

Ab'di, 8.
Ab'sa-lom, s. A-chi-ach'a-rus, Ac-tor'i-des A-du'la


Ab-di'as, s.

Æ'li-us and Æ- A-e'ti-us

tus Ab'di-el, s. Ab'so-rus A-chi'as, s. A-cu'a, 8.



A-ges-i-na'tes Ab-do-lon'i-mus Ab-syr'ti-des A-chi'las

A'cub, s.
Ad-u-li'ton A-el'lo


Ag-e-sip'o-lis Ab'don, 8. Ab-syr'tus A-chillas A-cule-o A-dullam, 8. A-el'lo-pus Æ-to'lus

Ag-e-sis'tra-ta A-be-a'ta A-bu'bus, 8. Ach-il-le'a A-cu'me-nus A-dum'mim, 8. Æ-lu'rus

A-ex-im'e-nes Ag-e-sis'tra-tus
A-bed'ne-go, s. Ab'u-la
Ach-il-le'is A-cu'num A-dyr-mach'i-dæ Æ-ma'thi-a Æx-o'ne

A'bel, s.
Ab-u-li'tes A-chil'les A-cu'phis


Ab-u-si'na Ach-il-le'um A-cu'si-las Æ-a-ce'a

Æm-il-i-a'nus A-fra'ni-a A-ge'tus Ab-el-la'ni Ab-y-de'ni A-chilleus A-cu-si-la'us Æ'a-ces

Æ-mili-us A-fra'ni-us Ag-ge'nus Ab-el-li'num Ab-y-de'nus Ach-il-li'des A-cu'ti-cus Æ-ac'i-des Æm'o-na or Æ- Af-ri-ca'nus Ag-ge'us, s. Ab-el-li'nus A-by'dus Achim, 8. A-cy'rus



Af'ri-cum Ag-gram-mes
A'bel Ma'im, s. Abʻy-la
A'chi-or, 8. Ad'a-da

Æ-mo'ni-a Af'ri cus

A-gi’a-de A'bel Me-ho'- Ac-a-callis A'chish, s. Ad'a-dah, s. Æ'

Æ-mon'i-des Ag'a-ba, s. A'gi-as lah, s. Ac-a-ce'si-um Ach'i-tob, s. A-dæ'us


Æm'o-nis Ag'a-bus, s. Agʻi-dæ
Ac-a-ce'tes A-chi'vi

Aldah, s.
Æ-a-me'ne Æ'na-re

A-gacly-tus A'gis

A-ca'ci-us Ach-la-dæ'us Ad-a-i'ah, s. Æ-an-te'um Æ-na'ri-a A'gag, s. Ag-la'ia

Ach'me-tha, s. Ad-a-li'a, s. Æ-an'ti-des Æ-ne'a or Æ-ni'a Ag-a-las'es Ag-la-o-ni'ce Abez, 8. Ac-a-de-mi'a Ach'o-la

Ad'am, s.
Æ-ne'a-dæ Ag'a-me

Ag-la'o-pe Ab'ga-rus

Ac-a-de'mus A'chor, 8. Ad-a-man-toa Æ-be'lus Æ-ne'a-des Ag-a-me'de Ag-la'o-pes Abi, 8. A-cæ'ni-tus A-cho'reus Ad'a-mas Æ-bu'da


Ag-a-me'des Ag-la-o-phæ'na Abi-a Ac-a-lan'drus A-cho'rus Ad-a-mas'tus Æ-bu'ra


Ag-a-mem'non Ag-la-o-phe'me A-bi'a, 8. A-cal'le

Ach-ra-di'na Ad'a-mi, s. Æch-mag'o-ras Æ-nes-i-de'mus Ag-a-mem-non'- Ag-la'o-phon A-bi'ah, s. Ac-a-mar'chis Ach'sah, s. A-da'mus Æ-cu-la'num Æ-ne'te


Ag-la-o-pho'nus Ab-i-albon, 8. Ac'a-mas Ach'shaph, 8. Ada-na

Æ-dep'sus Æ-ne'tus Ag-a-me'tor Ag-la-o'pis Ab-i-a'nus A-camp'sis Ach'zib, 8. A'dar, s.


Agʻa-mus Ag-la-os'the-nes
A-bi'a-saf, s. A-can'tha A-di-cho’ri-us Ad'a-sa, 8. A-e-di'as, 8. Æ-ni-a'nes Ag-a-ni'ce Ag-lau'ros
A-bi'a-thar, s. A-can'thi-ne A-ci-da'li-a Ad'be-el, s. Æ-dic'u-la Æn'i-cus Ag-a-nip'pe Ag-la'us or Ag'-
A'bib, 8.
A-can'thus A-ci-di'nus Ad'di, 8.

Æ-ni'des Ag-a-nip-pe'us

la-us A-bi'da, s. Ac'a-ra

Ad'do, 8.

Æn-o-barbus A-gan'za-ga Ag-no-de'mus
A-bi'dah, s. A-ca'ri-a
A-cil-i-se'ne Ad'don, s. Æd'i-lus


Ag-nod'i-ce Ab'i-dan, s. Ac-ar-na'nes A-cil'i-us


Ag-a-pe'nor Ag-no-do'rus
A-bi'el or Ab'iel, Ac-ar-na'ni-a A-cin-dy'nus Ad'dus, s. A-e-do'nis Æ-ol'i-des Ag-a-pe'tus Ag-no-ni'a
A-ci'ni-po A-de-o'na

A'gar, 8.

Ag-non'i-des Ab-i-e'zer, 8. Ac'ba-rus Aci-pha, 8. A-deph'a-gus Æ-ello or A-el'Æ'o-lus

Ag-a-re'ni Ag-no'tes Ab i-ez'rite, s. Ac'cad, 8. A'cis

Ader, 8.


Ag-a-ris'ta Ag-noth'e-mis Ab-i-gail, s. Ac-ca'li-a A'ci-tho, 8. Ad-herbal Æ-e'ta or Æ-e'tes Æ-pe'a

A-gas'i-cles Ag-noth'e-os Ab-i-ha'il, s. Ac'ca-ron, s. Ac-mon'i-des A-di-a-be'ne Æ-e'ti-as Æ-pi-o-re'tus A-ga'so

Ag-noth'e-tæ A-bi'hu, 8. Ac'cho, s. A-ce-me'tæ A-di-a-ben'i-cus Æ-gæ'w Æ'po-lus A-gas'sa

A-go'ne-as A-bi'hud, s. Ac'ci-a

A-di-an'te Æ-gæ'on


A-gas'the-nes A-go'nes A'bi-i Ac-ci-e'mus Ac'o-næ

A-di-at'o-mus Æ-gæ'um Æp'y-tus A-gas'tro-phus | A-go'nis A-bi'jah, 8. Ac'ci-us

A-con'tes A-di-at'o-rix Æ-gæ'ns Æ-qua'na Ag'a-sus A-go'ni-us A-bi'jam, s. Accu-a A-con'ti-us Ad'i-da, 8. Æ-ga'le-os Æ'qui

Ag'a-tha A-go'nus

A-con-ti-zom'e- Aldi-el, s. Æ-ga'le-um Æ-quic'o-li Ag-ath - ar' chi- Ag'o-ra
Ab-i-lene A-cel'da-ma, s. nus
Ad-i-man'tus Æ-ga'tes Æq-ui-me'li-um das

Ac-on-tob'o-li A'din, s.

Æ-ge'le-on A-er'o-pe Ag-ath-ar'chi- Ag-o-ræ'a A-bim'a-el, s. Ac'e-lum A-con-to-bulus | A-dino, 8. A-ge'li



Ag-o-ra'nax A-bim'e-lech, s. A-ceph'a-li Ac'o-ris

Ad'i-nus, s. Æ-ge'ri-a

(mount) Ag-ath-ar'chus Ag-o-ra'nis A-bin'a-dab, s. A-cer'a-tus Ac'o-rus

Ad-i-tha'im, s. Æ-ges'ta A-er'o-pus Ag-a-thi'a Ag-o-ran'o-mi A-bin'o-am, 8. A-cerræ

Ad’la-i, s. Æ'ge-us or Æ Æs'a-cus


Ag-o-resus A-bi'ram, 8. A-cer-sec'o-mes A'cræ

Admah, s.






Al-a-ma'ni or Al- Al-ex-am'e-nus A-ly'pus Am-miz'a-bad,s. A-nac'to-rum An-dro'ge-us An-ti-go-ne'a Ag'ra-gas a-man'ni Al-ex-an'dri-a (a A-lys'sus


An-a-dy-om'e-ne An-drog'y-næ An-ti-go-ni'a A-grau'le

A-lam'me- woman) Al-yx-oth'o-e Am-mo'nis An'a-el, s. An-drog'y-nus Au-tig'o-nus A-graulica lech, s. Al-ex-an-dri'a (a Al-y-ze'a

Am-næ'us A-nag'ni-a An-drom'a-che An-til'e-on A-grau'los Al'a-moth, s. city)

A'mad, s.

A-nag'y-rus An-drom'a-chus An-ti-lib'a-nus
A-grau-o-ni'ta A-la'ni
Al-ex-an'dri-des A-mad'a-tha, 8. Am-ni'sus A'nah, 8.

An-drom'e-da An-til'o-chus A-gri-a'nes Al-a-ri'cus Al-ex-an-dri'na A-mad'a-thus, 8. Am-ni'tes An-a-ha'rath, 8. An-dro-ni'cus An-tim'a-chus A-gric'o-la A-las'tor

Al-ex-an-drop'- A-mad'o-ci Am'non, 8. An-a-i'ah, s. An-dro-ni'cus, &. An-tim'e-nes Ag-ri-gen'tum A-las'to-res


A-mad'o-cus A-mæ'beus An-a-i'tis An-droph'a-gi An-tin'o-e A-grin'i-um A-lau'da Al-ex-a'nor A'mal, 8.

Amok, 8. A'nak, 8. An-dro-pom'pus An-tin-o-e'a
A-gri'o-dos Ala-zon or A-la'- Al-ex-ar chus Am'a-lek, 8. Am-o-me'tus An'a-kim, 8. An-dros'the-nes An-ti-nop'o-lis


A-mal-lo-briga Am-om-phare. A-nam'me-lech, An-dro'ti-on An-tin'o-us A-gri'o-pas Al-a-zo'nes A-lex'i-a




An-e-lon'tis An-ti-o-chi'a A-gri'o-pe Al-ba'ni Al-ex-ic'a-cus Am-al-the'um Amor

A'nan, 8.

A'nem, 8. An-ti'o-chi A-gri-oph'a-gi Al-ba'ni-a Al-ex-i'nus A'mam, 8. A-morges A-na'ni, s. An-e-mo'li-a An-ti'o-chus A-grip'pa Al-ba'nus

A-lex'i-on Am'a-na, s. A-mor'gos An-a-ni'ah, s. An-e-mo'sa An-ti'o-pa Ag-rip-pe'um Al-bi-a'num Al-ex-ip'pus A-man'i-cæ Am'o-rite, s. An-a-ni'as, 8. An-e-mo'tis An-ti'o-pe Ag-rip-pi'na Al-bi'ci Al-ex-ir'ho-e Am-an-ti'ni A'mos, 8. A-nan'i-el, s. A'nen, 8.

An-ti-o'rus A-gris'o-pe Al-bi-gau'num A-lex'is A-ma'num Am-pe-li'nus An'a-phe Aner, s.

An-tip'a-ros A'gri-us Al-bi'ni A-lex'on A-ma'nus

Am'pe-lus An-a-phlys'tus An'e-thoth-ite,8. An'ti-pas, 8. Agʻro-las Al-bi-no-va'nus Al-fa-ter'na A-mara-cus Am-pe-lu'si-a A-na'pi-us A-ne'tor

An-tip'a-ter Agron

Al-bin-te-me'li. Al-fe'nus A-mar'di Am-phe'a A-na'pus An'ga-ri An-ti-pa'tri-a or A-gro'tas

Algi-dum Am-a-ri'ah, s. Am-phia-lus An-a-ri'a-cæ An-ge'a

A grot'e-ra Al-bi'nus
Al'gi-dus A-mar'tus Am-phi'a-nax A-nartes

An-ge'li-a An-tip'a-tris A'gur, s. Al'bi-on

Al-go'num | Am-a-ryl'lis Am-phi-ar-a-e'. An-a-sim'bro-tus An-ge'li-on An-tiph'a-nes A-gy-i'eus Al-bi-o'na A-li-ac'mon Am-a-ryn'ceus um

Anath, s. An'ge-lus An'ti-phas A-gylla

Al-bi'o-nes A-li'ah, 8. Am-a-synthi-a | Am-phi-a-rai- An'a-thoth, 8. An-ge-ro'na An-tiph'a-tes Ag-yl-lae'us Al'bi-us A-li'an, s. Am-a-ryn'thus des

A-nat'o-le An-gi'tes An-ti-phe'mits A-gyr'i-um Al-bu-cil'la A-li-ar'tus Am-a-rys'i-a Am-phi-a-raus A-nau'rus A-ni'am, s. An-tiph'i-lus A-gyr'tes Al'bu-la A-li-e'nus A'mas Am-phi-cle'a A-nau'sis

An-i-cet'us An'ti-phon A'hab, 8. Al-bu'na Ali’fe Am'a-sa, s. Am-phic'ra-tes Au-ax-ag'o-ras A-nic'i-a

An-tiph'o-Dus A-ha'la Al-bu'ne-a Al-i-læ'i

A-mas'a-i, 8. Am-phic'ty-on An-ax-an'der A-nic'i-um An'ti-phus A-har'ah, s. Al-burnus Al-i-men'tus Am-a-se'a Am-phic-ty'o- An-ax-an'dri-des A-nic'i-us An-ti-pe'nus A-har'hel, s. Al-cæn'e-tus A-lim'e-nus Am-a-se'nus


An-ax-ar'chus A-ni'gros An-tip'o-lis A-has'a-i, 8. Al-ca'us


A-mash'a-i, 8. Am-phid'a-mas | An-ax-ar'e-te An-i-ne'tum An-tir'rhi-um A-has'ba-i, s. Al-cam'e-nes Al-i-pha'nus Am-a-shi'ah, s. Am-phid'o-li An-ax-e'nor An'i-sus

An-tir'rho-dos A-has-u-e'rus, s. Al-can'der Al-i-phe'ra Am-a-si'a Am-phi-dro'mi-a A-nax'i-as An-i-tor'gis An-tis'sa A-ha'vah, s. Al-can'dre Al-i-phe'rus A-ma'sis

Am-phi-ge-nioa An-ax-ib'i-a A'ni-us

An-tis'the-Des A'haz, 8. Al-ca'nor

Al-ir-ro'thi-us A-mas'tris Am-philo-chus An-ax-ic'ra-tes An'na-as, 8. An-tis'ti-us A-haz'a-i, 8. Al-cath'o-e A-li'sum A-mas'trus Am-phil'y-tus A-nax-i-da'mus An-na'lis

An-tith'e-us A-ha-zi'ah, s. Al-cath'o-lis Al'la-ba


Am-phim'a-chus A-nax'i-las or A- An-ni-a'nus An'ti-um Ah_ban, 8. Al'ce Al-le'di-us

Am-a-the'a Am-phim’e-don nax-i-la'us An'ni-bal An-tod'i-ce Ahi, 8. Al-ce'nor Alli-a

Am-a-the'i Am-phin'o-me An-ax-il'i-des An-nic'e-ris An-tom'e-ues
A-hi'ah, s. Al-ces'te or Al- Al-li-e'nus Am-a-the'is, s. Am-phin'o-mus A-nax-i-man'der An-ni-choʻri An-toʻni-a
A-hi'am, 8.


Am'a-this, 8. Am-phi'on An-ax-im'e-nes An'nu-us, 8. An-to'ui-i A-hi-e'zer, 8. Al'ce-tas

Al-lob'ro-ges Am'a-thus Am-phip’a-gus An-ax-ip'o-lis A-no'gon An-to-ni'na A-hi'hud, s. Al-ci-bi'a-des Al'lom, s. A-max-an-ti'a Am-phip'o-les An-ax-ip'pus A-no'lus

An-to-ni'nus A-hi'jah, 8. Al-ci'dæ

Allon, 8.
A-max'i-a Am-phip'o-lis An-ax-ir'rho-e An'o-nus

An-to-ni-op'o A-hi'kam, s. Al-cid'a-mas Al- lon - bach-Am-ax-o'bi-i Am-phip’y-ros A-nax'is


lis A-hi'lud, 8. Al-ci-da-me'a uth, 8. Am-a-ze'nes Am-phir'e-tus A-nax'o

A'nos, 8.

An-to'ni-us A-him'a-az, 8. Al-ci-da'mus Al-lot'ri-ges Am-a-zi'ah, 8. Am-phis-bæ'na An-a-zar-be'nus An-te'a "An-tor'i-des A-hi'man, 8. Al-ci'des

Al-lu'ci-us A-ma'zon Am-phis'the-nes An-cæ'us An-tæ-op'o-lis Ap-to-thi'jah, s. A-him'e-lech, s. Al-cid'i-ce Al-me'ne A-maz'o-nes Am-phis-ti'des An-cal'i-tes An-tæ'us

An'toth-ite, s. A-hi'moth, 8. Al-cid'o-cus Al-mo'dad, s. Am-a-zon'i-cus Am-phis'tra-tus An-ca'ri-us An-tag'o-ras An-tun-na'cum A-hin'a-dab, s. Al cim'a-chus Al'mon, 8.

Am-a-zon'i-des Am-phith'e-a An-cha'ri-a An-tal'ci-das Anub, 8. A-hin'o-am, 8. Al-cim'e-de Al'mon Am'be-nus Am-phith'e-mis An-cha'ri-us An-tan'der A-nu'vis A-hi'o, 8.

Al-cim'e-don tha'im, s. Am-bi-a'ni Am-phith'o-e An-cha'tes An-tan'dros A'nus, & A-hi'rah, 8. Al-cim'e-nes Al-mo'pes Am-bi-a-ti'nus Am-phi-trite An-chem'o-lus An-te'a

Anx-a'num A-hi'ram, s. Alci-mus Al-my-ro'de Am-bi-bar'e-ti Am-phit'ry-on An-ches'mus An-tem'næ Anx'i-us A-his'a-mach, 8. Al-cin'o-e Al'na-than, 8. Am-bib'a-ri Am-phit-ry-o- An-chi'a-la or An-te'nor Anx'u-rus A-hish'a-har, s. Al-cin'o-us A.lo'a



An-chi'a-le An-te-nor'i-des An'y-ta A-hi'sham, s. Al'ci-phron A-lo'as or A-lo'is Am-bi-ga'tus Am-phi'us An-chi-a-li'a An'te-ros An'y-tus A-hi'shar, 8. Al-сip'pe A-lo'eus

Am-bi'o-rix Am-phot'e-rus An-chi'a-lus An'te-rus An-zi-te'na A-hi'tob, 8. Al-сip'pus

Al-o-i'dæ or Al-Am'bla-da Am-phry'sus An-chi-mo/li-us | An-theus A-ob'ri-cn or A A-hith'o-phel, s. | Al-cith'o-e

Am-bra'ci-a Am'pli-as, 8. An-chin'o-e An-the'a

ob'ri-ga A-hi'tub, s. Alc-mæ'on A-lo'is Am-bra'ci-as Amp'sa-ga An-chi'sa


Ah'lab, 8. Alc-me-on'i-dæ A-lo'ne or A-lona Am-bro'dax Am-pyc'i-des An-chi'ses An-the'don Ao-nes
Aholai, 8.

Am-bro'nes Am'py-cus An-chis'i-a An-the'la A-o'ni-a
A-ho'ah, 8. Alco-ne


Am-bro'si-a Am'ra-phel, 8. An-chi-si'a-des An'the-mis A-on'i-des
A-ho'hite, s. Al-cu-me'na A-lop'e-ca Am-bro'si-us Am'ram, 8. An'cho-e An'the-mon A-o'ra
A-ho'lah, s. Al-cy'o-ne A-lop'e-ce Am-bry'on Am-sanctus An-chom'e-nus An'the-mus Alo-ris
A-hol'bah, 8. Al-cy'o-neus A-lop-e-con-ne'. Am-brys'sus A-mu'li-us An-chu'rus An-the-mu'si-a A-or'nus
A-hoʻli-ab, 8. Al-des'cus

Am-bry'sus A-my'cla


A-holi-bah, s. Ale-a
A-lopex A-med'a-tha, 8. A-my'clæ


An-ther'mus A-o'rus A-ho-li-ba'mah A-lebas

A-lo'pi-us Am'e-les Am-y-clæ'us An-cy'le An-thes-pho'ri-a A-o'us or A-ho-lib'a- A-le'bi-on A-lo-ri'tæ Am-e-na'nus A-my'clas An-cy'ra

An-thes-te'ri-a A-paʼma or Ap'. mah, 8. 1-lec'to A-lo'rus Am-e-no'phis Am-y-cli'des An-cy'ræ An'the-us

a-ma A-hu'ma-i, 8. A-lec'tor

A-me'ri-a Am'y-cus An-cy'ron An-thi'a

A-pa'me or Ap. A-hu'zam, s. A-lec'try-on A'loth, s. A-mes'tra-tus Am'y-don An-dab'a-tæ An'thi-næ

a-me A-huz'zah, s. A-le'i-us Cam'- Al-pe'nus A-mes'tris Am-y-mo'ne An-da'ni-a An'thi-um Ap-a-me'a or A'i (a'i), 8.

Al-pheus, 8. A'mi, 8.

A-myn’tas An-de-ca'vi or An-tho'res Ap-a-mi'a A-i'ah, 8.

Ale-ma, 8. Al-phe'a A-mi-a'nus Am-yn-ti'a-des An-de-ga'vi An-thro-po-mor- Ap-a-me'ne A-i'ath, 8. Al-e-man'ni Al-phe'nor A-mic'tas A-myn-ti-a'nus An-de'ra


A-i-do'neus Al-e-ma'nus Al-phe'nus A-mi'da or Am'- A-myn'tor An-der'i-tum or An-thro-poph'a- Ap'a-te
Al'e-meth or A. Al-phe-si-boe'a i-da
Am-yn-tor'i-des An-de-ri'tum gi

Aij' a-leth, & le'meth, 8. Al-phe-si-bæ'us A-mil'car Am-y-ri'cus An-di'ra An-thylla A-pe-li-o'tes
A le'mon
Al-phe'us Am'i-los


An-doc'i-des An-ti-a'na A-pella A-im'y-lus Al-e-mo'na Alphi-us A-min'a-dab, 8. Ain'y-ris An-dræ'mon An-ti-a-ni'ra A-pel'les A'in, 8. Al-e-mon'i-des Al-pi'nus Am-i-se'na Am'y-rus An-drag'a-thus An'ti-as

Ap-el-le'us A-i'rus, s. Al'e-on Al-po'nus A-mis'i-a

A-mys'tis An-drag'o-ras An-ti-bac-chi'us A-pelli con A'jah, s. A-le'ris Al'si-um A-mi'sum or A- Am-y-tha'on An'dre-as

An-tib'ro-te Ap-en-ni'nus
Aj'a-lon, s. A-le'sa
Al-ta-ne'us, 8. mi'sus

Am-y-tha-o'ni-ns Andreus An-tic'a-nis A'per
Al-ta'num Am-i-ter'num Am'y-tis


An-tic'a-to Ap-e-ran-ti'a A'kan, s. A-le'sus

Al-tas'chith, 8. Am-i-tha'on or A-myzon An-dri'a-ca An tich'tho-nes (town) Ak'kub, 8. A-le'tes


Am-y-tha'on Am'zi, 8. An'dri-cus An-tic-i-no'lis Ap-e-runti-a Ak-rab'bim, s. A le'thes

Al-theme-nes A-mitta-i, 8. A'nab, 8. An-dris'cus An-ti-cle'a (dist.) Al-a-ban'da A-le-thi'a Al-the'pus A-miz'a-bad, 8. An-a-bu'ra An-dro'bi-us An'ti-cles Ap-e-roʻpi a Al-a-ban'di-cus A-le'tis


Am'mah, 8. An-a-cæ'a An-dro-bu'lus An-ti-cli'des Ap'e-sas
Al-e-trinas Al-tinas

Am-med'da-tha, An-a-ce'i-a An-dro-cle'a An-tic'ra-gus Aph'a-ce
A-let-ri-na'tes Al-ti'num


An'a-ces or A- An'dro-cles An-tic'ra-tes A-pha
A læ'i
A-let-ri-nen'ses A-lun'ti-um Am'mi, s.


An-dro-cli'des An-tic'y-ra A'phar A-læ'sa

A le'tri-um Alush, 8. Am-mi-a'nus An-a-char'sis An'dro-clus An-tid'a-mus Aph-a-ra'im, & A-læ'sus A-le'tum

Al'vah, 8. Am-mid'i-oi, s. An-a-ci'um or An-dro-cy'des An-ti-do'rus A-pha'reus A-læ'us

A-leu'a-dæ A-ly-at'tes Am'mi-el, 8. An-a-ce'um An-drod'a-mas An-tid'o-tus A-phar sach-ite, Al-a-go'ni-a Ale-us


Am-mi'hud, . An-a-cletus An-dro'dus An-tig'e-nes

Al-y-ca'a Am-mi-shad'da-i An-ac're-on An-drog'e-nes An-ti-gen'i-des A-phar'sath

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