Williams, Sir Monier Monier- (b. 1819)

Williams, Sir Monier Monier-, Sanskrit scholar, born at Bombay; appointed Boden professor of Sanskrit at Oxford, 1860; author of a Sanskrit Grammar and Lexicon, and projected the founding of the Indian Institute; (b. 1819).

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

Williams, John * Williams, Roger
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William I., the Conqueror
William II.
William III.
William IV.
William I.
William II.
William the Lion
William the Silent
Williams, Isaac
Williams, John
Williams, Sir Monier Monier-
Williams, Roger
Williams, Rowland
Willibrod, St.
Willis, Parker
Willoughby, Sir Hugh
Wills, William John
Wilson, Alexander
Wilson, Sir Daniel
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