> In article <002301c3fd5c$7c925810$152ca8c0@...> alexand
> <alxmoeller@...> wrote: . . .
>> Hmmm.. so indeed the Common Slavic or ProtoSlavic lost too the
>> initial "s"?. I very doubt since if true, but I remember about some
>> opinions which says that SerboCroatian was heavy influenced by
>> Albanian as well. At least so Gunar Svane when he speaks about the
>> difference appeared between Bulgarian And Serbo-Croatian.
> "Jug" is the standard word for "south" in all the Slavic languages
> has been since their ealiest attestation.Yes, I did not said something else. I just wondered about Slavic
> I suspect that the pre-eleventh century influence of Albanian on
> and Polish was minimal.