Gateway to the Classics: The Book of Nature Myths by Florence Holbrook
 
The Book of Nature Myths by  Florence Holbrook

Back Matter


Vocabulary of the Book of Nature Myths

Note. —This vocabulary is supplementary to that of THE HIAWATHA PRIMER. Nouns and verbs which are inflected regularly are entered under but one form.

Pages 1-4
first
humming-bird
ago
know
flames
last
people
 
Pages 4-7
again
fled
 
Pages 7-9
grew
 
Pages 10-12
butterflies
stones
some
would
men
could
beauty
life
 
Pages 13-15
woodpecker
man
cake
put
bake
large
small
 
Pages 15-19
magician
fever
breath
shot
fight
ever
wound
head
crest
another
blood
 
Pages 19-23
serpent
hissed
cat
shut
quick
always
fall
 
Pages 23-28
swallow
tail
forked
animals
year
meet
mosquito
whose
tore
tongue
 
Pages 28-31
hares
snowflakes
feet
firebrand
 
Pages 31-34
magpie
time
home
warm
brought
merrily
sorry
eggs
busy
taking
care
well
 
Pages 34-36
raven
thief
happened
wood-worm
only
himself
pieces
 
Pages 36-40
more
gone
get
let
any
wolf
pond
near
bat
rain
quickly
 
Pages 40, 41
catch
caught
tried
curled
throw
 
Pages 41, 42
fast
hand
soon
 
Pages 43-46
quail
snipe
never
crept
carrying
pulled
bill
legs
mole
 
Pages 47-49
sheds
grandfather
marsh
drink
drank
burst
done
off
 
Pages 50-52
dove
manito
brave
crying
Hoots
too
known
most
 
Pages 52-56
parrot
repeats
truth
ox
owner
yes
villagers
punish
next
think
jar
even
storm
thunder
mocking-bird
replied
 
Pages 56-59
cunning
baby
voices
owned
own
mock
 
Pages 60-64
fox
sheep
cows
fields
growl
should
Mr.
eaten
cream
 
Pages 64-67
girl
whom
treated
sister
happy
please
covered
really
 
Pages 68-70
troubles
lies
remember
dies
lip
split
 
Pages 70-72
peetweet
flies
eagerly
lakes
hollows
thirsty
 
Pages 72-75
short
fish
such
easy
ice
frozen
hole
worse
slowly
angrily
wish
 
Pages 76-78
wren
king
choose
which
wise
than
eagle
wisest
 
Pages 79-82
often
does
wicked
strange
knife
sharpen
harm
 
Pages 83-86
grasshopper
country
Tithonus
goddess
Aurora
begged
speak
roamed
fairest
immortal
 
Pages 86-89
oriole
power
ruler
master
yield
clouds
lightning
may
hornet
 
Pages 89-93
peacock
Juno
queen
world
played
tricks
Argus
hundred
Mercury
belonged
 
Pages 93-95
bees
tribes
while
honey
 
Pages 96-98
rich
poor
sowed
ground
seed
mine
 
Pages 98-102
ants
full
almost
house
sense
smell
pearl
lost
dire
named
bag
box
bagged
 
Pages 103-106
face
after
top
gaze
side
far-away
 
Pages 107-110
diamonds
chief
enemies
stolen
search
mourned
wife
Moneta
mother
tears
indeed
 
Pages 111-114
Runoia
shyly
true
sweet
kinds
harp
touched
strings
wailing
 
Pages 114-117
emeralds
vase
precious
air
India
roll
waves
deepest
 
Pages 118-122
flown
berries
broken
might
spring
willow
spruce
juniper
 
Pages 122-125
aspen
guides
swarm
reason
despise
both
anywhere
places
 
Pages 125-128
heather
plants
contented
violet
fragrance
daisy
chose
 
Pages 128-132
flax
sight
hall
sparkling
gift
spin
weave
linen
Holda
 
Pages 133-135
cranberries
meadow
cranberry
woods
hominy
 
Pages 135-138
salt
Frothi
millstones
grind
gate
rest
weary
ship
else
bottom
 
Pages 138-141
crane
hold
bitterly
witch
obey
surely
taken
 
Pages 142-145
Turtle
fierce
dare
ready
sure
shields
breast
arms
just
declared
 
Pages 145-150
crocodile
wide
mouth
kingdom
calm
swim
suddenly
dragged
open
anything
carried
sword
able
 
Pages 150-154
Japan
picture
changing
dragon
island
mean
used
tell
moment
 
Pages 155-159
pass
perhaps
brooks
better
followed
course
hurt
left
enough
felt
pleasant
quiet
playmates
forgotten
complained
 
Pages 160-164
cousins
quarreled
less
hard
ought
mount
hunger
weak
pretty
daughter
 
Pages 165-168
dream
radiant
raised
peaks
rough
unkind
stay
spread
message
dropped
 
Pages 169-172
idea
rarely
lynx
twice
wolverine
chanced
realized
fingers
arched
end
nose
boo-hoo
 
Pages 172-175
otter
badger
summit
climb
reach
floor
 
Pages 175-179
snowdrop
deeds
muttered
counted
outside
interrupted
rumors
whether
tales
gravely
turn
shake
appear
 
Pages 179-184
tiny
neither
grove
invisible
discovered
became
blow
fell
deep
try
fallen
 
Pages 184-188
delightful
imagined
corner
luxuries
arrange
promised
agreed
charming
suppose
stay
invite
invitation
bring
 
Pages 188-193
monkey
plan
shook
rather
paws
something
part
behave
toward
fruit
welcome
hungry
 
Pages 193-197
hill
Jack
Jill
plenty
pail
especially
game
spilled
tumbling
crown
 
Pages 197-200
gather
sticks
to-morrow
Sunday
dinner
burn
sternly
cook
to-day
Monday
 
Pages 200-204
front
window
twins
kissed
tired
way
hour
frightened
grown
ourselves
 
Pages 204-209
fan
lantern
distance
law
months
wives
since
visit
unless
wrapped
paper
folded
under

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