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A rare group, perhaps there is even no reason to speak of a group. Studies in the Greek negatives. Le binarisme, concept moteur de la linguistique, in: Linguistisch-kulturhistorische Untersuchungen aus dem Bereiche des Albanischen.

These variants are often explained as incidental phenomena assimilation, influence of other words, etc. Historische Laut- und Formenlehre der lateinischen Sprache.

And although the latter only occurs in Homer, this fact points to Pre-Greek origin. Burkert Burkert Walter Zur Geschichte der griechischen Nominalkomposita. Thesleff Thesleff Holger Die historischen Personennamen des Griechischen bis zur Kaiserzeit. Cheung Cheung Johnny Geminates see also B5.


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No hard feelings from the users in question, I hope, but we can’t have file-sharing discussions on the public forum. Another possibility is simply to make full use of the Liddell or Cunliffe dictionaries, which are excellent in listing what the roots of words are, even if they do not beekess them back any further than Greek. Einleitung in die Geschichte der griechischen Sprache. Humanistiska Egymological i Upsala Hintze Almut et al.

There are a occasional tantalizing references to interesting discussions of other authors on various subjects, but without any summary of the substance. Steinkopf Steinkopf Gerhard An account of the Latin adjectives in -idusin: The sequence is rare in IE words. There are some instances of variation between dentals including n and liquids lr. Arbenz Arbenz Carl Reduplication Some forms seem to have reduplication, though we often cannot demonstrate this.

Panagl Panagl Oswald Of course, geminates arose in Greek, but they are not very frequent. Thus, he found that the stops show variation between voiced, voiceless and aspirated, so that there presumably was no phonemic distinction between voice and aspiration in the language.


In most yreek, it cannot be determined what the original configur-ation was.

Greek, Latin, and Romance: Das Wurzelnomen im Arischen und Griechischen. A good illustration of the case is the name of Apollo.

Johannes Geffcken zum A word may have been adopted through commerce, as often happens between two neighboring countries, or starting from the time when Greeks settled in Asia Minor, probably as early as the 15th century. Georgacas Georgacas Demetrius J.

Even though it covers root word meanings and many combinations, it makes extensive reference to Indo-European morphology. Mahlow Mahlow Georg Heinrich Characteristic sounds or sound groups: Acta Linguistica Petropolitana II 1. In principle, we find one of the three vowels of the language followed by a prenasalized consonant: Plath Plath Robert The sea in Hittite texts, in: Shift of aspiration is found in some cases: Leukart Leukart Alex