> >You realized that the Hausa "seed" word might have been borrowed with
> > > > > Compare
> > > > > PIE *seH1- "seed, sow"
> > > > > Tchadic HAusa : shu:kâ "seed" < *soH1-ka
> > > > Proto-root *s_H1 "to sow, to disperse".
> > > Data :
> > > PIE : *s_h1-
> > > Hausa : sh_H-k
> > > Vocalic scheme in Hausa : like : tomâ
> > > as in ruwa "water" < *r_w "to flow".
> > ========
> > I can't see that it follows that they are not later
> > loans, as you claim.
> > Torsten
> > ======
> > I see what you mean :
> > This root is a Vasconico-atlasian substrate word.
> > It was borrowed by PIE and a Touareg Non Governmental Org
> > brought it to Hausa on Camel backs kindly provided by M. Kuhn
> > Foundation.
> Are you saying that the Hausa had no agriculture?
> Mr Pedersen,
> To be frank,
> I am quite fed up with your general approach.
> You are always indulging in un-proved mysterious substrateExample?
> inventions, most of which are highly self-contradictory in the first
> like claiming that Central-Europe is "vasconic"?? When did I claim that Central Europe "is Vasconic"?
> then "probably Celtic"?? When did I claim that Central Europe is "probably Celtic"?
> You are always dodging questions,When?
> and answering a clear question with a mountain
> of un-sorted ruhlenesque "data" that neither prove nor mean nothing,
> Hundreds of words mitch-matched together in the worst bedlam,Where?
> drowning a clear issue into an ocean of nothingness,
> You are always claiming answers are not answers,What's bugging you? Is it the fact that I had to ask you several times
> although I have been very clear
> You are always distorting answers beyond any limit,Example?
> You have been making absurd claimsNo, I said that if the French hadn't conquered it, it would have been
> like "Boulogne's area was Dutch-speaking"
> something that contradicts every single bit of informationI think the information leads one to think that at any time after
> we have on this area.
> I consider this assertion has been made shreds.There was no such assertion. And Boulogne is within the area that ws
> You have proved **wrong** in the clearest way,Such as?
> but you still pop up with absurd questions and mails,
> that are meaningless and off the point.
> In fact, some other people on the forum are nearly honest andI am sure your best pet Patrick Ryan will be happy to hear that you
> sympathetic, like My best pet M. P.R,
> when compared with your general approach which is an obnoxiousI could also entertain cybalist by repeating my appreciation of you.
> compound of inventions, forgeries, denials of data, dreamish
> absurdities, substrate obsessions,
> and I probably lack words to make an exhaustive descriptionYou can do it in French, Capt. Haddock; I can read it.
> of your mails.