> Some examples appears to be something in the Midle Age if
> one thinks that Alb. "doktuer" is seen as a loan from
> Beside of this , the Latin group "pt" shows two treatments in two
> captiare > kapshoy
-pti- (i became a consonant) is different to -pt-, as -pt- is
different to -p-.
> discaptare > diktoj
But what did we get here as an intermediate stage. -skpt-? No
wonder the development of the whole is not the sum of the
development of the parts! Moreover, at such a point, -pt- has
ceased to be an intervocalic cluster!
> Now to Rom. Lang. The "kt" group is seen not just as regular "pt"
> too as "t" in words as "unt" < unctum", "untura" > unctura".