Re: Latin -idus as from dH- too

From: alexandru_mg3
Message: 55313
Date: 2008-03-16

--- In, Miguel Carrasquer Vidal
<miguelc@...> wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Mar 2008 13:15:47 -0000, "alexandru_mg3"
> <alexandru_mg3@...> wrote:
> >
> > So Next, you will say that we have h3 in Skt. bu:-t'i (< *buh2-
> >too?
> That's not a very good counter-example: it's *bhúh2-tis >
> Skt. bhú:tis, Grk. phúsis.

1. Miguel I quoted it correctly -> don't make confusions between 2
Please at least type yourself the words that you quote in place to
copy/paste them is impossible to read without to change the code page

> More challenging is *bhuh2-tó-, where we would expect
> *bhuthó- > Skt. *buthá-, Grk. *puthó-. In fact, we *do* have
> an otherwise unexplained short -u- in Greek phutón (and also
> phúsis). Olsen's theory explains this quite adequately. How
> do you? All we need to assume further is a slightly
> irregular application of Grassmann's law (*bhuthó- >
> bhutó-), and restoration of /u:/ in Sanskrit.
> =======================
> Miguel Carrasquer Vidal
> miguelc@...

'Good explanation' Miguel => another one to add on the "barba:tus"-
list of iregularities

1. 'a slightly IRREGULAR application of Grassmann's law'
2. ' A RESTORATION' of u:

You can publish a book =>


As somebody else said about 'this theory':
"finally only -idus remained unrestored" :)


I have some other 20 words but the three that I already post...