> On Sun, 16 Mar 2008 12:43:37 -0000, "alexandru_mg3"
> <alexandru_mg3@...> wrote:
> >Coming back to *dHugh2te'r
> > The Skt. kept the original accent : in dhuhita'r unchanged
> > BUT shows us the aspiration of g > gH > h
> >II. The Greek on the other side has changed the accent position in
> >an 'unusual' way : tHuga'te:r (-> I said 'un-usual' because in
> >the original accent remains unchanged)position in
> >So I don't see any other cause for the change of the accent
> >Greek tHuga'te:r BUT the Same Aspiration of g => *dHu-gHV(h2)-next
> >trigerred by the vocalzied laryngeal => this aspiration atracted
> >the accent from the next syllableSo:
> The accent in Greek was retracted to the _first_ syllable,
> under the influence of the vocative (thÃºgater), or the word
> for mother (mÃ©:te:r), or both.
> Miguel Carrasquer Vidal