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PIE six and seven: questions
(8)" In my view, both 'six' and 'seven' are thus analyzable within Indo-European and not borrowed from Semitic. If any borrowing has occurred, these numerals
Joao S. Lopes
Dutch loanwords in Russian
(3)Slavic */š/, */ž/ descended phonemes are [+apical][-dental] in most modern Slavic languages, which makes Slavs perceive Dutch and Castillan /s/ as /š/, but
Why there is t- in German tausend "thousand"?
(50)... *Bhr.: for *-H- cf. *treuHp- in Gk. try:p'ao: vs. *treup- in BSl. trup-; anyway if You don't admit *dhreuHbh- because otherwise unattested You can consider
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Phoneme diversity: questions
(12)... There is also a third option that is a hybrid of these two: the phonemization of an allophone thru the adoption of loanwords. Frequently it seems that an
Substrate language which contributed sarSapa to Indo Aryan
(77)... words beginning with "ச". Ravi quoted the relevant verse from Tolkappiyam, I have quoted the relevant verse from Tolkappiyam asked what does it mean. No
German "kein" "no, no one"
(8)... A self-correction: PIE *núkWe. Sergei
Re: Hindu noise-makers, Elst and
(4)... endorsing rule from the book of sanskrit grammar is not given. I googled the three word sequence 'inflection svan dog' (without quotes), and the first hit
Re: Linguistics On Vedic Issue is a Lame Duck Tool
(4)Whom do you mean by "Brain"?
Is Basque IE?
(61)[Tavi] However, there're some reare cases of Basque /r/ arising from gemination of /R/, as in larre 'meadow; heath; uncultivated land, desert', a loanword from
Re: Osthoff's Law and T > M in Gaulish loanwords (was: Is Basque IE?
(5)... Bhr.:You'll admit a spelling for /ar-gi-(j)o/ is better conceivable [than] Easter Bunny Perhaps, but I get suspicious when Sievers' Law is invoked
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