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From: "Piotr Gasiorowski" <piotr.gasiorowski@...>
To sum up:
*k^we:rh2(-ih2) > *cwa:r-a: > *c^orë > sorrë
that will imply what Decev menat that the pie /e:/ should have been
spoken almost like /a/ in Thracian. He means there should be an
oscilation between /e/ and /a/ and he gives some exampley of glosses
where the same name are written with /e/ or with /a/.
The questiona here for me is why *k^we:rh2 ?
maybe will help you these words:
ciocan =hammer ( I don't think it is a Slavic loan from Sl. Cekanu)
ciupi =to pick
ciot =gnarl,stump, snag
ciorovãi =to squabble, to bicker, to wrangle; to haggle
ciopli =to cut; to whittle; to carve (DEX= from bg. "Coplja"scr.