From: Piotr Gasiorowski
> There is an interesting theory in France about proto-ionians (PION).This of course starts the kook alarm. Who is Jean Faucouneau, and why
> I kindly submit my proposal for a discussion of older etyma here,
> starting from some interesting points made by Jean Faucouneau
> (concerning pre-mycenaean Greek.) Despite his pathological self-
> effacing habits, Jean, inter alia, helped decypher the famous
> Pahistos disk.
>What database? And what's the meaning of these lines? They look as
> First a word about formats in my own database:
> 0002-DARO-M-0300 (eimieion PION mereu DARO, PHRE ROTA)
> only states that 'eimieion' - by some phonetical metathesis and someEven Alex realises that no such derivation is possible, whatever
> rotacism - yielded 'mereu' in Dacoromanian, and this is my second
> conjecture, with a score of three in a scale of ten :) Any other
> idea is highly appreciated.
> A small wink here to Marius - Salutare, si la mai mare! Si tu valesWhere's the folk etymology, and where's the sanity?
> bene est, ego valeo : )
> irismeister (sanity, cutting through Volksetymologie)!