From: Piotr Gasiorowski
> a) You try to tell me that Skt. anánt is 'the most natural possibleWhy should I say anything so odd? What do you mean by "natural"? I'm
> output of *h2n.h1ént ?
> 'The most natural' should be a-ant > *a:nt- and Such forms withHave you ever heard about the augment? In the 3sg.impf.act. form you
> long a: really exists see: a:ni:t [3sg.impf.act.]
> So Both examples are constructed based on an IMPOSSIBLE TO PROVE ORIt is not only possible but actually attested in practically all the IE
> TO DENY SUPPOSITION:
> "The hiatus that appeared is filled 'exactly' with the missing
> phonem: n or w"
> True or not : you cannot say that this is a general linguistic
> rule...this could be POSSIBLE.