3 edition of Glosa 6000 found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Clark, Ron, 1914-|
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|Number of Pages||48|
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Glosa Inter-Reti Diktionaria Glosa Internet Dictionary English-Glosa. Persons who have - more or less directly - worked on this file: Wendy Ashby (Glosa author), Paul Bartlett, Ron Clark (Glosa author), Charles Ganson, Robin Gaskell, Nick Hempshall, Gary Miller, William Patterson (former editor), Kevin Smith, Marcel Springer (maintainer of this list). In late classical and medieval Latin, glosa was the vulgar and romanic (e.g. in the early 8th century Corpus Glossary, and the late 8th century Leiden Glossary), glossa the learned form (Varro, De ling. Lat. vii. 10; Auson. Epigr. 2 ( 2), written in Greek, Quint, i. 1. 34). The diminutive glossula occurs in Diom. 26 and elsewhere.
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Wendy Ashby, Jim Cole. Ashby & R. Clark, - Language Arts & Disciplines - 48 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. : Glosa Greek and Latin Words and Roots Which Occur in the Euro-languages and International Scientific Terminology () by Ashby, Wendy; Clark, Ron and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback.
Glosa by Wendy Ashby,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. - Glosa is mentioned in Andrew Large's book, "The Artificial Language Movement." - The Glosa Education Organisation (GEO) is registered as a charity in Britain.
Modification of Glosa continues as the result of its use. - The authors appear in the press, on radio and television. - A final version of "Glosa " is published. Glosa Vocabulary. The Glosa words are taken from Latin and Greek. So they are known to many people by foreign words or by the Roman languages.
A limitated vocabulary (Glosa or Centra Glosa), easy to learn for beginners, should satisfy for all day higher demands (science, art, poetry) an extension (Glosa or Mega Glosa) is available.
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The Language Glosa. Glosa is an international auxiliary language (auxlang), that was developed by Lancelot Hogben (as Interglossa, GB, ), Ronald Clark and Wendy Ashby (GB, ).An auxlang is an artificial language that should help the communication between speakers of different native languages and so be a supplement to the national languages.
Glosa Dictionary 1. Glosa Inter-reti Diktionaria Glosa Internet Dictionary Glosa–English and English–GlosaPersons who have - more or less directly - worked on this book: Wendy Ashby (Glosa author), Paul Bartlett, Ronald Clark (Glosa author), Charles Ganson, Robin Gaskell,Nick Hempshall, Gary Miller, William Patterson (former editor), Kevin Smith, Marcel Springer (maintainer of this list).
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