I'm somewhat of a comparative/historical linguistics beginner here -- apologies if I don't know the correct formal terminology. So I understand (from lookingstewartfelker
... Akin to English gannet (ganot) and gander? Thus, *nz-V´- > *nrV? JS Lopes Yes. Both of these are morphologically difficult. Pokorny (IEW 412) regardeddgkilday57
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