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Old 06-27-2014, 01:55 PM   #41
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You can download the book here:

http://anemi.lib.uoc.gr/metadata/1/6...92-0000004.tkl

At the bottom of the page you press download book and you type the number you'll see in the picture. I took a quick look, there's an extended vocabulary where he tries to relate what he calls Slav-like Macedonian words with Greek words (ancient or modern). Unfortunately, this is in Greek (published in 1907) and Macedonian words are also in Greek script.

This is 200 pages, of which 175 is the vocabulary.

A superficial opinion; this doesn't seem very good, but it's a start and a reference point. I can't see Homeric references. Usually, there's a Greek word or name and a similar Macedonian one, but the rate of similarity and the real origin of the words is not scrutinised. For instance, the word may be... Italian. Sometimes, the two words (of which the meaning is often explained) do not even seem similar enough.

I would like to write a few examples (probably the first 5-10 pairs in letter A) but I don't understand the (very) first ones! (Now, that is a bad start). I'll give you the first ones in letter T:

Tabla-Tabla (table)
Taxis-Tax (class?)
Tarasso-Tresam (to shake)
Tazo-Taxam (to promise)
Tekea-Decham (children)
Tekos-Dette (child)
Teino-Tegnam (to stress)
Tekmairomai-Teknam (conjecture)
Teiro-Terram (to persecute)
Ekteiro-Isterram (to persecute)
....

They are transliterated (by me) from Greek to Latin script.

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The important part is the fact that he clearly calls our language Macedonian. Macedonian in his view is a Slavic like language.
Then he tries to connect the Macedonian language to Greek.

Thank you for posting the link.
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Old 12-06-2017, 12:35 AM   #42
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Cover:


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Page 5:


Page 338:


The small text on the cover seems to be a book dedication. I couldn't find better quality versions.
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Old 12-06-2017, 05:18 AM   #43
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Text on the pages too small to read
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Old 12-06-2017, 03:19 PM   #44
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It's all I could find. Pictures that fail to display due to the photobucket renewal message probably show up smaller than they did originally. The resized version is too blurry and I can't seem to get it here, so I'd probably have to screenshot it, making it even worse. If the person running this blog is still active, then your best bet would be contacting him.
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Old 12-08-2017, 03:17 AM   #45
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The book is in Greek, lists of words are also in Greek letters, you can find the link to download the book and some words and description in English at my post#27 in this thread.
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