Furnivall



[fur-nuh-vuh l] /ˈfɜr nə vəl/

noun
1.
Frederick James, 1825–1910, English philologist and editor.
/ˈfɜːnɪvəl/
noun
1.
Frederick James. 1825–1910, English philologist: founder of the Early English Text Society and one of the founders of the Oxford English Dictionary

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