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  • n. Plural form of philologue.

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Examples

  • It wasn't my intention to denigrate David Oppenheim's intellectual work, but merely to emphasize, as his grandson readily acknowledges, that he was not one of the great German-language philologues, and that we must therefore be the more grateful to Professor Singer for bringing this minor but fascinating character to the world's renewed attention.

    David Oppenheim's Case

  • And indeed that is the fittest and most proper hour wherein to write these high matters and deep sciences: as Homer knew very well, the paragon of all philologues, and Ennius, the father of the Latin poets, as Horace calls him, although a certain sneaking jobernol alleged that his verses smelled more of the wine than oil.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • And, indeed, that is the fittest and most proper hour, wherein to write these high matters and deep sentences; as Homer knew very well, the paragon of all philologues, and Ennius, the father of the Latin poets, as Horace calls him, although a certain sneaking jobbernol alleged that his verses smelled more of the wine than oil.

    Classic French Course in English

  • Max Müller diffère des philologues anciens en ceci que tandis qu'ils étudiaient seulement les langues classiques, lui trouve la lumière et le matériel partout, même dans le Patois: ainsi le

    Philip Gilbert Hamerton An Autobiography, 1834-1858, and a Memoir by His Wife, 1858-1894

  • The word "hotooa" is the same as that which is usually spelt "atua" by Polynesian philologues, and it will be convenient to adopt this spelling.

    Evolution of Theology: an Anthropological Study

  • Max Mueller differe des philologues anciens en ceci que tandis qu'ils etudiaient seulement les langues classiques, lui trouve la lumiere et le materiel partout, meme dans le Patois: ainsi le Provencal lui a ete indispensable et bien d'autres langues encore que les amateurs des classiques negligent generalement.”

    Philip Gilbert Hamerton

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