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RAMET, Nicolas (rah-may), French philologist, born in the county of Soissonnois in 1673 ; died in Bordeaux in 1785. He made extensive voyages through the West Indies, Guiana, Louisiana, and several parts of South America, and was a shareholder of the Mississipi company, and an advocate of colonial extension, His works include "Trait6, d'une poli-tique coloniale" (Utrecht, 1712)" "Etudes sur l'origine et la formation de la langue Caraibe" (1716) ; "Mdmoire pour servir a la defense du sys-t5me financier de Law" (Amsterdam, 1721)" "Formations grammaticales et phon&iques des dialect es Indiens "(2 vols., 1723) ;" Dictionnaire de la langue Tupi" (1726); and " Analogie entre les langues Indiennes de l'Amerique du Sud et les langues "Celtiques
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