>So that's the PIE -h2d- > Celtic -ss-?
> At 5:58:33 PM on Friday, March 28, 2008, tgpedersen wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "fournet.arnaud"
> > <fournet.arnaud@> wrote:
> >> From: tgpedersen
> >>> *kat-
> >>> Germanic *hanti is a LW from Uralic *kom-t-(i)
> >> It might be.
> >> I was a bit desperate that
> >> you may write some sensical.
> >> Good news.
> >>> There is no geminate at all here.
> >> No geminate where?
> >> In *hanti < *kom-t-(i)
> > Semantically "side, flank" > "cover, protection", Celtic
> > *kassi-, related to Chatti.
> PCelt. *kassi- 'hatred, hate' (OIr <cais> 'strong emotion
> (whether positive or negative'; OWel, MBret, Corn <cas>) <
> PIE *k^ah2d- 'hate'.
> PCelt. *kasso- 'curly, woven, twisted' (OIr <cass>, GaulishI'm rather infatuated with Twe-hanti, Þri-hanti vs. Tri-cassi vs.
> <Cassi->, <Bodio-casses>), no PIE.