From: Brian M. Scott
> From: "Brian M. Scott" <BMScott@...>[...]
>> At 8:26:11 PM on Saturday, May 3, 2008, Patrick Ryan wrote:
>>> My sources list the instrumental singular of *a:-stems as[...]
>> You must not have Beekes. Talking about the h2-stems (i.e.,
>> a:-stems), he gives the inst. sing. as *-h2eh1 (for
>> *-h2-eh1), but adds that the Slav. and Skt. forms are
>> different, having been taken over from the pronouns.
> The email you link was NOT what I was responding to atI know. It was, however, the one in which Miguel explained
>If you think my theory cannot explain something, give meI already gave a concrete example: the ah2-stem Ins.sg.
>a concrete example, and let us see.
> I have Beekes, Lehmann, Brugmann, and will shortly haveThen in fact you *do* have a source that gives the a:-stem
> Slavic *a:-stems, etc.? Now you are reading what is notI am doing neither. I simply took the trouble to look up
> there, and not reading what is there.