> > For that matter, the PPIE impersonal voice which becameApart from the fact that the verb is not formally, only semantically
> > the PIE middle might have been construed with an accusative too.
> > Tsk, tsk. I just learned that what is the passive in Latin was in
> > Oscan and Umbrian an impersonal which existed only in the 3sg and
> > 3pl and which took the 'subject' in the accusative, just as is the
> > case in Estonian.
> As in German idioms: "mich friert", "mich dürstet"?
> Here the 'subject' is in the accusative, but the verb form is active.