The dictionary of entomology

The dictionary of entomology

-

English
280 Pages
Read
Download
Downloading requires you to have access to the YouScribe library
Learn all about the services we offer

Description

J37 •!,iii y:iiiiiliiia!«tj!iii)'!!lijjtjll wmm ^ THE DICTIONARY OF ENTOMOLOGY P-^ THE DICTIONARY OF ENTOMOLOGY,; BY F.E.S.N. K. JARDINE,' /o. 1914AUG 6C PUBLISHED AT LONDON AGENTS : CASTLE2, STREET, WEST, NEWMAN & CO., ASHFORD, KENT. HATTON GARDEN, E.G.54, HEADLEY BKOTUKKS, PRINTERS, ASHKORIi. KENT; A\n RISHOPSGATE, K.C INTRODUCTION. In view of the necessity in Entomology of the acceptance of a universal code of terms to differen- tiate or describe the parts or characteristics of insects, and owing to the absence of such a work, I have, through the courtesy of the authorities of the British Museum {Natural History), availed myself of the use of their extensive library to compile this book. I also have to acknowledge my indebtedness to Professor F. V. Theobald for reading the proof-sheets, and for his valuable advice to Mr. Grahan for the ; great interest he has taken in this publication and to ; Miss E. H. Clemetson, Assoc. Inst, of Linguists, for revising the derivations. I shall be happy to be notified of any omissions in this, the first edition, in order to render future issues more complete. NIGEL K. JARDINE. Street,2, Castle AsHFORD, Kent. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. Anglo-Saxon.A.S Arab Arabic. Celtic used iis a general termC ; for Irish, Gaelic, Welsh, and Cornish. Dan Danish. Du Dutch. English.E French.F Gael G-aelic. Ger German. Gr Greek. Icel Icelandic. Idg Indo-germanic. Ital Italian. L Latin. M.

Subjects

Informations

Published by
Reads 13
Language English
Document size 10 MB
Report a problem

J37
•!,iii
y:iiiiiliiia!«tj!iii)'!!lijjtjll wmm^
THE
DICTIONARY OF ENTOMOLOGYP-^
THE DICTIONARY
OF
ENTOMOLOGY,;
BY
F.E.S.N. K. JARDINE,'
/o.
1914AUG 6C
PUBLISHED AT LONDON AGENTS :
CASTLE2, STREET, WEST, NEWMAN & CO.,
ASHFORD, KENT. HATTON GARDEN, E.G.54,HEADLEY BKOTUKKS,
PRINTERS,
ASHKORIi. KENT; A\n RISHOPSGATE, K.CINTRODUCTION.
In view of the necessity in Entomology of the
acceptance of a universal code of terms to differen-
tiate or describe the parts or characteristics of
insects, and owing to the absence of such a work,
I have, through the courtesy of the authorities of
the British Museum {Natural History), availed myself
of the use of their extensive library to compile this
book.
I also have to acknowledge my indebtedness to
Professor F. V. Theobald for reading the proof-sheets,
and for his valuable advice to Mr. Grahan for the
;
great interest he has taken in this publication and to
;
Miss E. H. Clemetson, Assoc. Inst, of Linguists, for
revising the derivations.
I shall be happy to be notified of any omissions
in this, the first edition, in order to render future
issues more complete.
NIGEL K. JARDINE.
Street,2, Castle
AsHFORD, Kent.