[tied] Re: Albanian valle 'circular dance' - Proto-Albanian form?
- --- In email@example.com, "alex" <alxmoeller@t...> wrote:
> Richard Wordingham wrote:on "a" in
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "alex" <alxmoeller@t...> wrote:
> >> What should speak against Greek "xorós, xorevo" form the
> > linguistic logic
> >> here? Apparently that:
> >> - the stress which in Rom. is on "o" (hórã) and in Alb. too
> >> "vállë", thus different form Greek.to
> > How natural would a Romanian *horá be? It seems rather unusual
> > me, but I don't have a feel for the language.does not say
> it is feelt as "autochtoneus" but, regardless its origin, this
> anything since everyone feels such words as "autochtoneus" if thewords are
> very old into language. Do you think any German thinksthat "mauer" is a
> Latin word? No, if one asks, every native speaker will sustainstrongly and
> of course eroneusly, that is an "urdeutsches" word.You missed my point. You're saying that _hórã_ has a different
stress to the Greek. My question is, effectively, how long would
the different stress *horá* last in Romanian? I'm looking for
answers like 'not long'or 'indefinitely'.
- Richard Wordingham wrote:
> You missed my point. You're saying that _h�r�_ has a differentDEX does not give the stress in the original words so I cannot tell you how
> stress to the Greek. My question is, effectively, how long would
> the different stress *hor�* last in Romanian? I'm looking for
> answers like 'not long'or 'indefinitely'.
the stress is/was in turkish but I made a search for finding some words
which have the stress on the last "�" and indeed there are some:
-of turkish origin:
sarm�, paft�, cerceve�, pl�se�, etc.
-of NeoGreek origin:
Aparently in every period of time there are words with the stress on the
last a" if one thinks at latin "catella" and Rom. "c�tse�".