Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


This article discusses the etymology of the English word-stock, the approaches and the principles of English etymological vocabularies, which are done by various linguists. It also considers different hypothesis on the matter. The article is devoted to the comparative study of creating etymological dictionaries

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