... accusative, in this its principal and primary signification; but it governs also the dative; and then it signifies those particular relations to, which we express in English by the words close to, or AT; or, by the words united to ; . joined to ; added to.
|Title||:||On the præpositions of the Greek Language: an introductory essay, read to a Literary Society in Glasgow, etc|
|Author||:||James MOOR (LL.D.)|