[SPAM] [tied] Re: Latin /a/ after labials, IE *mori
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Petr Hrubis <petr.hrubis@...> wrote:
>Yes and some girls name they boy-friend 'doggy' and 'puppy' too...
> 2009/6/3 alexandru_mg3 <alexandru_mg3@...>:
> > 'to know' -> "clan, family" ? I don't see any sematic link ...If you could
> > see one , great for you :)
> In Czech, we sometimes use <zna'my'> "known" for friends and we often
> use <zna'most> lit. "acquaintance" for girl/boy-friends, unmarried
> partners, sexual partners etc., or even <va'z^na' zna'most> lit.
> "serious acquaintance" for someone we might marry in the future.
> Hence, my son/daughter's <[va'^na' ]zna'most> naturally becomes my
but this doesn't mean that the /boy/ is derived from /k^won-/
P.S.: Not to add how some boys name their girl-friends too...
- --- In email@example.com, Piotr Gasiorowski <gpiotr@...> wrote:
>Shall I multiply
> counterexamples? We have *woth2-aje/o- > OLat. voto: > CLat.Piotr, from where you know that we have a -h2- here? ...:)
I hope that you will NOT START TO TELL US THAT -h2- HERE is deduced ONLY based on Latin *woth2-aje/o- > OLat. voto: , isn't it?
Because if so (and unfortunately for you it is so :)) your example is a PURE CIRCULAR ONE:
1. is -h2- so -h2-eye- because we have a Latin -o:/-a:re
and in the same time:
2. it belongs to Latin -o:,-a:re- because is -h2-eye-
So you cannot use this example.