In the eighteenth Esthonian story, we find a monster who has a body like that of an ox, and feet like those of a frog.
What and whose were they,—if Quintana again had the Esthonian gems in his possession?
Esthonian I.9 shows a different combination, which is unique as far as I know.
Such might exist in the mother-tongue of either the Lithuanic or the Esthonian.
These three variants make evident the nature of the foreign material in Esthonian II.
Werner answered and pressed the Esthonian's hand more firmly.
Finnish, and Esthonian water-heroes are sometimes described as entirely composed of copper.
Werner took him by the hand, and then the Esthonian walked a few steps alone.
Neither the Esthonian nor the Thlinkithian legend, however, offers any striking points of coincidence with the Mosaic accounts.
The preamble (lines 1-10) is the same as the opening of the Esthonian Kalevipoeg.