“Hauptmann was not merely a philologer, which is a formidable thing in itself, but he belonged to the esoteric group that deals with languages which have no literature.”
“Greek, Latin, and the newly discovered Sanskrit, Jones says, show an “affinity ... so strong that no philologer could examine all the three without believing them to have sprung from some common source which, perhaps, no longer exists ...””
“There is now and then a born philologer, one who studies language for its own sake, -- studies it perhaps in the spirit of "the scholar who regretted that he had not concentrated his life on the dative case.”
“He dismissed the observation, however, as unworthy a philologer and went to sleep pondering a new destruction for the knaves who held the Lombard tongue to be not East but West Germanic.”
“It was this sentimental hint that gave a reasonable hope of taking her mind off the runes, and the harassed philologer set himself resolutely to the task.”
“The young philologer tugged at these until he had mastered one or two words.”
“An author who says that _paganus_ means village, who makes _ocula_ the plural of _oculus_, and who supposes that _in petto_ means _in little_, is not qualified to settle Dr. Webster's claims as a philologer, much less to treat him with contempt.”
“Roman philologer, wrote: "If you are fond of books, you will escape the _ennui_ of life; you will neither sigh for evening, disgusted with the occupations of the day, nor will you live dissatisfied with yourself or unprofitable with others.”
“The science of the philologer, on the other hand, is strictly historical.”
“In fact, the studies of the philologer and those of the ethnologer strictly so called are quite distinct, and they deal with two wholly different sets of phenomena.”
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