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2007, 1, Leiden studies in Indo-European, ISBN 9042021772, Volume 14, xi, 215
This volume offers a discussion of the phonological and morphological development of Old Irish and its Indo-European origins. The emphasis is on the relative... 
Italian | Etymology | Foreign elements | Irish language | Celtic languages | To 1100
Book
2011, Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics, ISBN 9042033630, xi, 470
The larger part of the present volume is about Slavic historical linguistics while the second part is about more general issues and methodological aspects. The... 
Slavic languages | Language & Linguistics | Linguistics
Book
Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 10/2011, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 45 - 48
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2010, ISBN 9042031352, xii, 534
The red thread which runs through this book is a quest for relative chronology of linguistic developments. The probability of a reconstruction can be judged... 
Phonology | Indo-European languages | Germanic languages | Ural-Altaic languages
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1972, 1st prelim. ed. --, 100 p. illus., 1 fold. map.
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1975, PdR Press publications in Slavic accentuation, Volume 1, xiii, 94
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1976, PdR Press publications on contemporary standard Russian, ISBN 9031601152, Volume 2, 32
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1972, Janua linguarum. Series maior, 68, Volume 68, 177
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2008, Studies in Slavic and general linguistics, ISBN 9789042024717, Volume 32, 33, 2 v.
Essays in Honour of Frederik Kortlandt. General linguistics. 
Linguistics | Language and languages | Philosophy
Book
Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 12/2018, Volume 53, Issue 1, p. 17
The nom.pl. form of the active participles continues the original neuter sg. form, e.g. Lith. jái nuo dárbo rankàs suką̃. It is an impersonal predicative form... 
Proto-Indo-European | Participles | Inflection (Morphology) | Lithuanian | Baltic languages
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 12/2018, Volume 53, Issue 1, p. 69
There is no evidence for an acute as the phonetic reflex of a lengthened grade vowel in Balto-Slavic. 
Phonetics | Vowels | Slavic languages | Length (Phonological) | Baltic languages
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 12/2018, Volume 53, Issue 1, p. 113
Balto-Slavic *gerHōu, obl. *gerHu‑ from Indo-European *ǵerH2ōu, *grH2u‑ beside *ǵerH2‑H1ēn, *grH2‑H1n‑ reflected in other languages. 
Lexicology | Cognates | Indo-European languages | Slavic languages | Baltic languages
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 12/2011, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp. 81 - 84
LIE. žinótiSantraukaMiguelis Villanueva Svenssonas iškėlė du prieštaravimus dėl lie. žinóti kildinimo iš nazalinio prezento. Mano nuomone, lie. žinóti galima... 
lietuvių kalba | žinoti
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 11/2011, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp. 193 - 197
KIRČIO PERKĖLIMAS PRŪSŲ KALBOJESantraukaYoungo kritika jokiu būdu nepaneigia mano teorijos apie prūsų kalbos kirčiavimą. Atvirkščiai, jis faktiškai pateikė... 
akcentologija | prūsų kalba
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Journal of Indo-European Studies, ISSN 0092-2323, 03/2018, Volume 46, Issue 1-2, pp. 219 - 231
When considering the way the Indo-Europeans took to the west, it is important to realize that mountains, forests and marshlands were prohibitive impediments.... 
HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | Indo-European languages | Slavic languages | Migration | Genomes | Numerals | Prehistoric era | Neolithic | Archaeology | Hypotheses | Balkan languages | Language | Russian language | Germanic languages | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 01/2019, Volume 53, Issue 2
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 01/2019, Volume 53, Issue 2
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Baltistica, ISSN 0132-6503, 01/2019, Volume 53, Issue 2
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Rasprave Instituta za Hrvatski Jezik i Jezikoslovlje, ISSN 1331-6745, 12/2016, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 471 - 482
The question is whether the reflex *iè, *uò of Stang’s law is distinct both from the reflex *é, *ó of the early retraction of the stress from final jers, as in... 
Possessive pronouns | Accent retraction | Neo-acute | Stang's law | Slovak | Inflection (Morphology) | Lithuanian | Slavic languages | Croatian and Serbian | Stress | Accentuation | Phonetics | Vowels | Czech | Pronouns | Syllables | Slovene
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