> "alex_tiscali_dsl" wrote::-) it seems you just go somewhere from the root of the discution. There
>> [...] but you can hear them . There is no difference between
>> g'inã in DacoRomanian and g'inã in Aromanian, regardless that
>> you call this sound " voiced [h].
> I don't doubt _you_ aren't able to hear the difference, and proves
> are still accumulating your ear is not trained to correctly identify
> and recognize some phonemes. This is a matter of serious training
> in linguistics and not of home listening of some recorded music.
>Thank you. A lot of informations there are usefullly and a lot useless.
>>> Never said that. Dacoromanian regional [g'] instead of [b] or [v]
>>> is just a normal late development which wasn't so much successful.
>>> It appears also in Italian dialects, as I already showed (cf.
>> Rohlfs) and is not connected with Italian evolution nor with the
>>> _different_ Aromanian phenomenon you quoted ignoring the real
>> How can you prove this is a late development?
> Try reading the books you have. Indication: ILR - Rosetti, about
> Romanian in XVIth century.
> Marius Iacomi