> > > In any case, as you'll agree, my point was that you cannot justOh, you used a keyboard.
> > > stick an -n onto the thematic vowel, as Tortsen wants.
> > Why is it that people start misspelling my name when they lose an
> > argument?
> I didn't misspell your name, I mistyped it.
> I'll try to check for misspellings should anyone ever lose anI most strenuously object, sarcasm is a Danish prerogative.
> argument with you in the future.
> > Before you started messing with PIE suffixes the differenceMaybe I should repeat so that I am sure you have read it:
> > between catus and cato: was more than an *-n. You are the one who
> > is arguing that you can change a thematic into an n-stem by adding
> > *-n, not I.
> Here is what you said:
> >>Is it true that you have stems suffixed in *-un, *-in, *-an which
> >>becomes your various n-stems, and that /u/, /i/, and /a/ become
> >>the ablaut vowel, which means thematic stems are really *-u, *-i,
> >>*-a stems? Because if so, there exists an n-suffix.
> I don't know what you wanted the n-suffix for, but there ain't any.