From: Miguel Carrasquer Vidal
>This is a valid argument. Alas, cases of aspiration in *-Ch1-A tentative example would be Grk. <gnáthos> "chin" compared with
>combinations may be accidentally difficult to find, since *h1 is
>rarer than *h2 in positions where stops might be affected. In *dHeh1-
>*dH is already aspirated, and *deh1- or *geh1- (not to mention *beh1-
>) don't seem to be attested. I'll see if any examples can be found
>(maybe before the *-h1en- suffix?).
>P.S. Here's one example that has just occurred to me: *speh1-
> 'thrive, increase', Skt. spHira- 'abundant' < *sph1-ró- (like stHita-
> < *sth2-tó-), cf. Latin prosper.
>As regards Miguel's and Sergei's comments: I think syllabic *r inThe argument for Common Slavic */r./ is exactly equivalent to your
>common Slavic is a secondary development, from B-Sl *ir/ur.