From: Richard Wordingham
> --- In email@example.com, Piotr Gasiorowskiã.
> <piotr.gasiorowski@...> wrote:
> > 03-02-04 23:55, Piotr Gasiorowski wrote:
> > > In unstressed initial syllables, /e/ /e:/ and /i/ all give Rom.
> >and /r/,
> > ... with some qualifications: regularly after labials, /s/
> butWell, _dãpãra_ is in the on-line DEX ( dãpãra ). It isn't tagged as
> > also at least occasionally in prefixal *de- (< di:-, de:-):
> > dãpãra < *depeláre < de:pila:re
> > dãrâma < *deramáre < de:- + *ra:ma:re
> > Piotr
> Aaaa , are you sure on what you write? "dãpãra". I must confese, I
> never heard about this word but I want to proove home in the
> regionalism. For sure there is "nãpãrli" for loosing hair
> and "jumuli" for this ominous "dãpãra".
> What should *ra:ma:re means? is cognate with *ra:pa:na:re?