Rask, Rasmus Christian (17871832)

Rask, Rasmus Christian, Danish philologist, born near Odense; studied first the primitive languages of the North, chiefly Icelandic, and then those of the East, and published the results of his researches both by his writings and as professor of Oriental Languages and of Icelandic in the university of Copenhagen (17871832).

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

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Ranz des Vaches
Rape of the Lock
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Raphael, Santi
Rapin de Thoyras
Rapp, George
Rapp, Jean
Rappahannock
Rashi
Rask, Rasmus Christian
Raskolink
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Rasselas
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Rational Horizon
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