Re: [tied] Re: -st
>But I'have seen Latin virga analyzed as *wizga:Sihler says "Unexpectedly medial *-sg- > Latin -rg- in mergo "dip" and
mergus "gull". Although this root *mesg exhausts the evidence, it seems
sound." So he doesn't agree with virga < *wisga:, but does allow the
process you mention.
> It doesn't seem like a vulva isDame Edna Everage speaks of her movement into adulthood as the time "when I
> really something that one sits upon.
first grew hair I could sit on." So the concept of sitting on that region
is not unknown.
- --- In email@example.com, "petegray" <petegray@b...> wrote:
> > It doesn't seem like a vulva isoh! how amasing !
> > really something that one sits upon.
> Dame Edna Everage speaks of her movement into adulthood as the
> time "when I
> first grew hair I could sit on." So the concept of sitting on that
> is not unknown.
that change the data of our problem. We should consider now the IE-
folk as comming from "that part of the world" (australia, if "that
part of the world" is the place where Dame Edna Everage was born).
the second serious problem is to consider the IE-folk have been
transsexuals. With these assumtions we can clear a lot, even how
one "he" which does as "she" can sits on "his" vulva ; of course
avoiding the contact with his posteriour part. :-))))