Re: Possessive Enclitics and Oblique Pronouns

From: C. Darwin Goranson
Message: 48073
Date: 2007-03-25

Thank you very, very much, Jens!!
Regarding Katz's point: would that have been a confusion with the
reflexive *swe form?

--- In, Jens Elmegård Rasmussen <elme@...>
> --- In, "C. Darwin Goranson"
> <cdog_squirrel@> wrote:
> >
> > I've checked Wikipedia and the Oxford Intro to PIE, and have
> no
> > list of the different forms of these in PIE. Is there such a list
> > anywhere?
> > I know that *me was the 1st person singular oblique, but what was
> the
> > 2nd person singular, or the 1st person plural, or the 2nd person
> plural?
> >
> > Likewise, is there a list of the different cases for the
> demostratives
> > and the reflexive, especially one that includes the plural for
> these?
> > Where might I find such a thing?
> 2sg acc. *twé, 1pl acc. *n.smé, 2pl acc. *usmé. Katz posits 2pl
> *uswé, but I don't think he's right. We had an extensive debate
> these points on the list a few years ago. The files will still show.
> Brugmann's Grundriss has all the forms. They have not been
> superseded by the advent of Hittite and Tocharian.
> Jens