Corssen, William Paul (18201875)

Corssen, William Paul, a learned German philologist, born at Bremen; made a special study of the Latin languages, and especially the Etruscan, which he laboured to prove was cognate with that of the Romans and of the races that spoke it (18201875).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Corsica Paoli * Cort
Corpuscular Philosophy
Corr, Erin
Corrector, Alexander the
Correggio, Antonio Allegri da
Corrib, Lough
Corrientes
Corrugated Iron
Corsair, The
Corsica
Corsica Paoli
Corssen, William Paul
Cort
Cortes
Cortes
Cortona, Pietro da
Coruña
Corvée
Coryat, Thomas
Corybantes
Corydon
Coryphæus