From: Piotr Gasiorowski
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From: "Abdullah Konushevci" <akonushevci@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2003 7:34 PM
Subject: [tied] Re: slavic "dalto"
> I am talking in general, not only about these words. I hope I give
many arguments for both words, so who likes to accept them it's upon
So, "in general", you're in one team with objective scholars like Eqrem Çabej, Eric Hamp, Calvert Watkins and Waclaw Cimochowski, while your recommended course for me is to follow Selishchev, whom I haven't read but whose work, I gather, has been used by Serbians with a nationalist agenda as a political weapon. That's a rather unpleasant insinuation. Am I being oversensitive, or do you really ascribe to me an anti-Albanian bias merely because I happen to disagree with you on linguistic issues? Those who have met me on this list for a long time will know how absurd that would be. As for the rest, I don't care.
> Thanks to You, now I doubt that we even have to deal with congates
at all. As everyone could understands, we have here to do with pure Slavic loans from (proto-)Albanian, becouse, as we see, these words in
Slavic are orphans.
The above is a reiteration of a patently false opinion for rhetorical effect, not a valid logical conclusion.
> For me, this issue is closed.
I rest my case too.