Fick, August (b. 1833)

Fick, August, a German philologist, born at Petershagan; spent his life chiefly at Göttingen, where he first studied philology under Benfey; became a teacher in the Gymnasium, and eventually in 1876 professor of Comparative Philology in the university; in 1887 accepted a professorship in Breslau, but retired four years later; author of a variety of learned works on philology; (b. 1833).

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

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