Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
wanting, gothic, goth, anglo-saxon, lasc, verbs, umlaut, schade, weak, preterit, ablaut, cett, teutonic, german, words, english, pret, consonant, old_english, forms, medial, teut, fick, high-german, regular, old_norse, sing, beowulf, preterite, dialects, prat, prim, germanic, beitr, ormulum, strong_verbs, participle, westgerm, hann, wells, grein, except, inflection, corresponds, initial, norse, frise, pres, transactions, absorbed

1888

The Pennsylvania German Dialect: II. M. D. Learned. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 178-197 List themes Full text (486 theme words)
Die Herkunft des Schwachen Pr├Ąteritums der Germanischen Sprachen. Hermann Collitz. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 42-57 List themes Full text (409 theme words)
The Pennsylvania German Dialect: III. M. D. Learned. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 326-339 List themes Full text (292 theme words)
The Pennsylvania German Dialect. M. D. Learned. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 425-456 List themes Full text (146 theme words)
The Origin of the English much. James W. Bright. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 219-220 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
Charleston Provincialisms. Sylvester Primer. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 198-213 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
The Origin of the Recessive Accent in Greek. Maurice Bloomfield. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 1-41 List themes Full text (15 theme words)
On the Stylistic Effect of the Greek Participle. B. L. Gildersleeve. American Journal of Philology. (1888), pp. 137-157 List themes Full text (9 theme words)