Crowley and Skeat

Walter W Skeat in 1888 issued what was then considered the pinnacle of philogical research in four volumes called An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language.  Later in 1910 it was revised, enlarged, and reset into one book. It remained unsurpassed until Oxford in 1966 issued their Dictionary of English Etymology. Our Prophet, the . . . → Read More: Crowley and Skeat