From: Alexandru Moeller
>here is the problem of missing documents:-)) Just as additional
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:cybalist%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "t0lgsoo1" <guestuser.0x9357@...> wrote:
> > >Are those places in -eşti known earlier under other names in
> > >sources in other languages or are they new settlements?
> > Mostly or always new ones.
> Odd. So you're saying there was a settlement boom in Transylvania in the
> 16th-17th centuries?
>so far I know the "-esc" suffix has been considered to be one of
> I know, cunosc, cunoşti, cunoşte, like finisco, finisci, finisce
> Since that inchoative suffix of the i-stem verb with its -sk-/-sty-
> alternation is pan-Romance it probably is not a good idea to call that
> alternation a mark of as specifically Romanian substrate. But it is
> still intriguing that Kuhn's NWBlock/Venetic -st- suffix might have been
> the plural of the adjective -sk- suffix.