From: Sean Whalen
> --- In email@example.com, Sean WhalenThis was another derivation from Alexander Macbain's
> <stlatos@...> wrote:
> > > You don't get rounding in, e.g. ech 'horse' <
> > > < *ekWo-. Or is
> > > that not what you're saying?
> > No, I was wondering if V>u in the same position
> > before final Cu and gW/kW etc. I think the -a
> > prevent or restore e>i>e there.
> > I think I found an example, OIr escung
> "fen-snake" <
> > * h2angWHis / h2ngWHis? where it seems the vowel
> > rounded due to following CW not u.
> escung 'eel' is an n-stem, g.sg. escongan. The
> nom.sg. ended in *-u: <
> PIE *-o:(n). This produces u-infection.