From: Miguel Carrasquer
>We see that the secondary forms have been completely replaced by theWhere do we find that? C-stems have *-i, i-stems have
>corresponding parts of the primary forms. That could well be right,
>as far as it goes. There is a problem though in the assumption that
>the primary *-i offers a shelter for word-final changes. It does not
>do that when it follows a locative. We find loc. *é-i
>, and *-en-i of r/nt-stems, both with distinctly word-final treatment of the partThe treatment in the r/n-stems is distinctly non-word-final:
>preceding the *-i.
>We never find an alternation before this *-i.For what it's worth, the ablative sg. does not seem to
>This compromises the necessary stage with *-o-z : *-e-s-i and *-o-
>d : *-e-t-i.