PIE grammar queries; PIE dictionary?

From: MCLSSAA2@...
Message: 7173
Date: 2001-04-20

Sorry to display ignorance, but what does this "[tied]" in
Subject: lines as hereinunder mean?

--- In cybalist@..., "Glen Gordon" <glengordon01@...> wrote:
(Subject: [tied] Re: wolf and lamb :: perfect of verb starting with
> ... Certainly the *e- augment is something particular to a few
> dialects only and formed rather late. ...

Should I leave these augments out of "the wolf snd the lamb", or keep
them in?

> > {!ele'ikWet} = "he was leaving" / {!eleikWe't} = "he left".
> ... and isn't *leikW- a non-thematic verb?

Sorry. I was going by Greek, where {leipo: elipon leloipa} is

Would there be any takers for any plan for people to pool their
knowledge of PIE vocabulary and how each word declined / conjugated
and its likely gender etc, to one list as a start of a compact PIE
dictionary and grammar? Does such a list exist already?

> Are you speaking of stages before Common IE? Starting from 7000 BCE
> onward, my view is that IE started with a mild initial accent, ...

When did the PIE speakers first domesticate horses? The resulting
mobility is likely what started the big expansion and therefore much
ccelerated the change of their language as the usual consequence of
large numbers of uneducated subjected people having to learn their new
rulers' language as adults.