Re: The meaning of life: PIE. *gWiH3w-
Avez-vous vu le mot 'root' dans le e-mail?
I consider you haven't written this sentence
qui ne veut rien dire.
I suggest you keep using English
as the common vernacular on this spot.
PIE *urughyo- is _not_ a PIE root!
Pokorny : p. 1183
It is a PIE Root *wrugh
Variant form wrigh- (Thrakian)
with *urughyo- you a preformative *u-, the root, *reu- + an extension, *gh-,
and a grammatical suffix, *yo-.
Chinese has mai4 : cereal in general
ï can just be a delabialized u
hence *mruk is structurally the same thing as *wrugh
I would not cut the word in little bits
if I were you.
Looks like a cognate *m?rugh
Extended roots with prefixes and suffixes have different vowel rules.
Now you have prefixes !? and preformatives ? for PIE
I remember you recently asserted
or something like that.