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Etymological Notes on Old Spanish Consograr, Consagrar, Consangrar

Carl C. Rice
Modern Language Notes
Vol. 16, No. 8 (Dec., 1901), pp. 236-238
DOI: 10.2307/2917193
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2917193
Page Count: 3
Subjects: Language & Literature
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[Footnotes]
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    Colección de poesías castellanas anteriores al siglo xv, Vol. i, Poema del Cid, Madrid, 1779.
  • 3
    Biblioteca de autores españoles, Vol. lvii, Poetas caste- llanos anteriores al siglio xv, Madrid, 1864.
  • 4
    Obras completas, Vol. ii, El Poema del Cid, Santiago de Chile, 1881.
  • 5
    Los Cantares de Myo Cid, Lund, 1895.
  • 6
    Tolhausen, Wörterbueh, s. v.
  • 7
    Le Gesta del Cid, 1890, p. 219.
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    Lateinisch-romanisches Wörterbueh, Panderborn, 1901.
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    L. c., p. 219
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    Dkm. prov. Lit. u. Spr., 1883, p, 564.
  • 11
    Murray's DicWionary.