From: Miguel Carrasquer
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "P&G" <petegray@...> wrote:Perhaps you should concentrate on finding a "loose" nasal in the first
>> > Sanskrit for heart, which presupposes an
>> > initial gH^ instead of k^ found elsewhere.
>> But Skt s'rad-dadhati ("believe") shows the expected form. The hrd
>> come, as Pokorny suggests, simply from a rhyme-word developed
>Herz und Schmerz? ;-) I still think mine is a possible solution. But
>I should look into all the other dh/t, bH/p etc alternations to see
>if an explanation with a "loose" nasal might work.