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By Carlos Quiles

ISBN-10: 8461176391

ISBN-13: 9788461176397

A Grammar of contemporary Indo-European is a whole reference advisor to a contemporary, revived Indo-European language. It includes a complete description of Proto-Indo-European grammar and provides an research of the complexities of the prehistoric language and its reconstruction. Written in a clean and obtainable variety, this e-book specializes in the true styles of use in a contemporary Europe's Indo-European language.The publication is definitely geared up and is stuffed with complete, transparent factors of parts of misunderstanding and trouble. additionally it is an intensive index, thesaurus of linguistic phrases and numbered paragraphs designed to supply readers quick access to the data they require. an important reference resource for the learner and consumer of Indo-European, this publication often is the commonplace paintings for future years.

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Acht, Goth. ahtáu, Ice. Gk. νθηώ (oktō), Lat. octō, Skr. aṣṭan kwt→h(w)t Eng. G. ,Ger. nacht, Goth. nahts, Ice. nótt Gk. nuks, nukt-, Lat. nox, noct-, Skr. naktam, Russ. noch, Lith. naktis The Germanic ―sound laws‖, allow one to define the expected sound correspondences between Germanic and the other branches of the family, as well as for Proto-Indo-European. , while Germanic *fcorresponds to Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, Slavic and Baltic p- and to zero (no initial consonant) in Celtic. The former set goes back to PIE [bh] (reflected in Sanskrit Figure 20 The Negau helmet (found in Negova, Slovenia), ca.

Beò, Lith. gyvas bh→b Eng. brother, Du. broeder, Ger. Bruder, Goth. broder Lat. Gk. θξαηήξ (phrātēr), Skr. bhrātā, Lith. S. bratru dh→d Eng. door, Fris. doar, Du. deur, Goth. daúr, Ice. ,Nor. dør, Swe. Gk. ζύξα (thýra), Skr. dwār, Russ. dver', Lith. org/ 1. Introduction gh→g Eng. goose, Fris. goes, Du. gans, Ger. Gans, Ice. ,Swe. gås Lat. Gk. ρήλ (khēn), Skr. hansa, Russ. gus' gwh→gw Eng. E. wif, Du. G. : vív, Sca. viv Tocharian B: kwípe, Tocharian A: kip A known exception is that the voiceless stops did not become fricatives if they were preceded by IE s.

Voet, Ger. Fuß, Goth. fōtus, Ice. fótur, Da. ,Swe. Gk. πνύο (pūs), Lat. pēs, pedis, Skr. pāda, Russ. pod, Lith. pėda t→þ Eng. G. thritto, Goth. þridja, Ice. Gk. ηξίηνο (tritos), Lat. tertius, Gae. treas, Skr. treta, Russ. tretij, Lith. trys k→h Eng. hound, Du. hond, Ger. Hund, Goth. hunds, Ice. hundur, Sca. Gk. θύσλ (kýōn), Lat. canis, Gae. cú, Skr. svan-, Russ. sobaka kw→hw Eng. what, Du. wat, Ger. was, Goth. ƕa, Da. hvad, Ice. hvað Lat. quod, Gae. ciod, Skr. ka-, kiṃ, Russ. ko- b→p Eng. peg Lat.

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