[tied] Re: IE lexical accent
- --- In email@example.com, "elmeras2000" <jer@c...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, enlil@g... wrote:************
> > Jens:
> > > There certainly is an allomorph with /e:/ in the locative *pe:d-
> su 'at
> > > the feet' reflected in OIr. i:s and Alb. peùr-posh 'down'.
I hope that Alb. <peùr-posh>'down' is a typo for <përposh>, probably
from *pro- + *pe:d-su.
- In article <local.pie/ceipgs+bmv8@...> elmeras2000 <jer@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, enlil@g... wrote:Very interesting! Please let us know when he is ready to publish.
>> What correlates with IE *str-, for
>> example? It's laughable that anybody would even continue to try to
>> a correlate with this in Uralic or EA.
> Laugh all you like, the code appears to have been partly cracked now
> by a young candidate student of my own. The IE initial clusters have
> been found to correspond to simple consonants in Uralic. I can say
> no more about it at this point without special permission.
Brent J. Ermlick Veritas liberabit uos