McCall did not agree with Bopp, but said that he received numerous calls after the announcement from other delegates who did.
The philological student will do well to consult this note of Bopp.
The next step is to be sought in Bopp's Comparative Grammar.
Mr. Bopp started, swept three spoons and a tea-cup off the table as he turned, for something in the hasty whisper reassured him.
A confirmation of Bopp's view is afforded by the Laplandic languages.
Mrs. Bopp was scared to death of me and wouldn't let me sleep in the house.
Bopp has rendered 'pranayaswa,' uxorem duc, but this is questionable.
Mrs. Bopp used to pinch me and pull my hair when she thought I was too slow, and I only made foolish noises and went slower.
Bopp is followed by Rosen in assigning this sense to 'prani.'
Poor old girl, I forgave you the notes, and say I was wrong to meddle with Bopp.