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Re: [ANE-2] additions to tlênai, tâlal &c

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  • Michael F. Lane
    Mata, I m not following you. Tle:nai, tellein, etc. are clearly derived from an PIE root/stem *tel(-H2) / tl(-eH2) / tL-H2- (where L is sonant l), as you
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      Mata,

      I'm not following you. Tle:nai, tellein, etc. are clearly derived from an
      PIE root/stem *tel(-H2) / tl(-eH2) / tL-H2- (where L is sonant l), as you
      suggest.

      What connection do you think there is with the Semitic triliteral t-l-l?

      Michael Lane
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      Odd that the moderators let my last post alone.



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      > Besides Assyrian tillu, tîlu, Hebrew tll (t = tav),
      > tl3 (3 = aleph), tl, Arabic tl`(` = ayin) add
      >
      > Coptic tal (a loanword ?), Ugaritic tll (only in a
      > personal name ?), Assyrian silû, Hebrew sll (s =
      > samekh), sl`(` = ayin)), Berber ádrār (mountain,
      > hill) ?
      >
      > See also :
      > http://www.bartleby.com/61/roots/S361.html
      > & http://www.bartleby.com/61/roots/S303.html
      >
      > I note that τληναι has a cognate in Sanskrit
      > tul (MW p 452 col 2) > tula, tulima &c, & in
      > Gothic þulan (Old English þûlian, OHG dolên),
      > besides Latin tolere (tulo, tuli, tetuli), tollere,
      > latus, tol-erabilis &c. Note also Latin silex.
      > Does this group have a Hittite member ? I
      > couldn't find it in Sturtevant's Glossary. All
      > this then < IE *tel q.v. http://tinyurl.com/5wjd2f
      > or http://www.bartleby.com/61/roots/IE524.html.
      >
      > Mata
      > - -
      >
      > Mata Kimasitayo
      > Kimasita~aT~Bloomington~In~Us
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      Dr Michael Franklin Lane
      Ancient Studies Department
      University of Maryland, Baltimore County
      Fine Arts Building, Room 452
      1000 Hilltop Circle
      Baltimore, MD 21250, USA
      Tel. +1-410-455-6265 / Fax +1-410-455-1027








      --
      Dr Michael Franklin Lane
      Ancient Studies Department
      University of Maryland, Baltimore County
      Fine Arts Building, Room 452
      1000 Hilltop Circle
      Baltimore, MD 21250, USA
      Tel. +1-410-455-6265 / Fax +1-410-455-1027
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