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Jacob and Grimm
Jacob Grimm suggests the name of a hypothetical god or hero, Aper or Aprus.
Jacob Grimm in his Teutonic Mythology ( ch.
Key contributions were made by the Danish scholars Rasmus Rask and Karl Verner and the German scholar Jacob Grimm.
Using comparative linguistic evidence from continental Germanic sources, the 19th century scholar Jacob Grimm proposed the existence of a cognate form of Ēostre among the pre-Christian beliefs of the continental Germanic peoples, whose name he reconstructed as * Ostara.
A masculine Elb is reconstructed from the plural by Jacob Grimm, Deutsches Wörterbuch, who rejects Elfe as a ( then, in the 1830s ) recent anglicism.
Jacob Grimm discusses " Wights and Elves " comparatively in chapter 17 of his Teutonic Mythology.
On the latter Jacob Grimm does not make a direct association to the elves, but other researchers see a possible connection to the shining light elves of Old Norse.
* Jacob Grimm, Teutonic Mythology ( 1835 ).
Jacob Grimm noted that if, as Adam of Bremen states, Fosite's sacred island was Heligoland, that would make him an ideal candidate for a deity known to both Frisians and Scandinavians, but that it is surprising he is never mentioned by Saxo Grammaticus.
Jacob Grimm theorized that Hel ( whom he refers to here as Halja, the theorized Proto-Germanic form of the term ) is essentially an " image of a greedy, unrestoring, female deity " and that " the higher we are allowed to penetrate into our antiquities, the less hellish and more godlike may Halja appear.
* Grimm, Jacob ( James Steven Stallybrass Trans.
* Grimm, Jacob ( 2004 ).
Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm ( also Karl ; 4 January 1785 – 20 September 1863 ) was a German philologist, jurist and mythologist.
Up to this time Jacob Grimm had been actuated only by a general thirst for knowledge and his energies had not found any aim beyond the practical one of making himself a position in life.
Jacob Grimm lectured on legal antiquities, historical grammar, literary history, and diplomatics, explained Old German poems, and commented on the Germania of Tacitus.
The first work Jacob Grimm published, Über den altdeutschen Meistergesang ( 1811 ), was of a purely literary character.
The closely related subject of the satirical beast epic of the Middle Ages also held great charm for Jacob Grimm, and he published an edition of the Reinhart Fuchs in 1834.
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Jacob and Deutsches
Original manuscript of theDeutsches Wörterbuchby Jacob Grimm

Jacob and Wörterbuch
Educated by his uncle, Jacob Levy, author of the " Neuhebräisches Wörterbuch ", and then at the gymnasium and the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau, he received his doctor's degree from the Breslau University.

Jacob and form
What is meant by stating that Aelbert learned form from his father is that his eventual transition from a specifically landscape painter to the involvement of foreground figures is attributed to his interaction with his Jacob.
Some classical rabbinical literature argues that this was the original form of the name and was a reference to the advanced age of Jacob when Benjamin was born.
But so much is written for the sake of proving that Jesus the Christ is the Son of God and His Apostle, being of old the Word, and appearing sometimes in the form of fire, and sometimes in the likeness of angels ; but now, by the will of God, having become man for the human race, He endured all the sufferings which the devils instigated the Jews to inflict upon Him ; who, though they have it expressly affirmed in the writings of Moses, “ And the angel of God spake to Moses in a flame of fire in a bush, and said, I am that I am, the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob ,” yet maintain that He who said this was the Father and Creator of the universe.
" The critique that mercantilism was a form of rent-seeking has also seen criticism, as scholars such Jacob Viner in the 1930s point out that merchant mercantilists such as Mun understood that they would not gain by higher prices for English wares abroad.
While the etymology is Greek, the oldest extant record of the word itself is the New Latin form ontologia, which appeared in 1606, in the work Ogdoas Scholastica by Jacob Lorhard ( Lorhardus ) and in 1613 in the Lexicon philosophicum by Rudolf Göckel ( Goclenius ); see classical compounds for this type of word formation.
The Allegory of the Olive Tree in St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans ( which reappears in greatly expanded form in the Book of Jacob in the Book of Mormon ) refers to the scattering and gathering of Israel.
In the nineteenth century it was again revived in modern form by several scientists, including Jöns Jacob Berzelius ( 1834 ),
The term secularism was coined in 1851 by George Jacob Holyoake to describe " a form of opinion which concerns itself only with questions, the issues of which can be tested by the experience of this life.
According to editor Jacob Hay, the book's final form was " reached with the approval of Mrs. Betty Grissom.
* – Jacob Haish, DeKalb, Illinois, Improvement in Wire-fence Barbs – " single piece of wire bent into the form of the letter S " so that both strands are clasped ( 1875 )
Jacob Grimm states that Dellingr is the assimilated form of Deglingr, which includes the name of Dellingr's son Dagr.
Karo received new ideas from his maggid in regard to the Kabbala only ; such information was in the nature of sundry cabalistic interpretations of the Pentateuch, that in content, though not in form, remind one of the theories of Karo's pupil, Moses ben Jacob Cordovero.
A special form of the LLN ( for a binary random variable ) was first proved by Jacob Bernoulli.
* Armstrong adhered to a form of British Israelism which stated that the British, American and many European peoples were descended from the so-called Ten Lost Tribes of Israel, using this belief to state that biblical references to Israel, Jacob, etc., were in fact prophecies relating to the modern day, with literal application to the USA, Britain, and the British Commonwealth.
* Henri Pawl-Pleyel, Roger Desormière, Maxime Jacob and Henri Sauguet form the Ecole d ' Arcueil.
In Pardes Rimonim, Moses ben Jacob Cordovero ( Ramak ) mentions a minority opinion that Rabbi Akiva authored it, and takes it to mean Abraham wrote it and Akiva redacted it to its current form.
In almost every synagogue, Sabbatai's initials were posted, and prayers for him were inserted in the following form: " Bless our Lord and King, the holy and righteous Sabbatai Zevi, the Messiah of the God of Jacob.
Following the success of the Brussels tapestries woven after the Raphael cartoons, 16th and 17th-century patrons employed artists as tapestry designs ; Jacob Jordaens, Peter Paul Rubens and Pietro Cortona flattered patrons allegorically in a manner that would identify them with famous historical or mythological figures, as a form of aristocratic self-promotion.
Critics like Claude Charles Fauriel, François Raynouard and German Romanticists like Jacob Grimm posited the spontaneous creation of lyric poems by the people as a whole at the time of the historic battles, which were later put together to form the epics.
The Seven Sleepers form the subject of a homily in verse by the Edessan poet Jacob of Saruq (" Sarugh ") ( died 521 ), which was published in the Acta Sanctorum.
After the breakup of Trip Shakespeare, Dan Wilson and John Munson joined up with drummer Jacob Slichter to form Semisonic in 1995.

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