Re: [tied] Re: sanskrit"bhuman"

From: alexmoeller@...
Message: 16085
Date: 2002-10-08

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From: "Piotr Gasiorowski" <piotr.gasiorowski@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2002 10:28 AM
Subject: [tied] Re: sanskrit"bhuman"
> No, *bHudH-m(e)n- (related e.g. to Skt. budHna- 'ground', as
well as
> to Eng. bottom, Ger, boden, Gk. putHme:n, Lat. fundus), and
> (e)n- (> IIr *bHu:man-, also *bHu:mi-, *bHu:mi: 'the earth,
> related to Gk. pHu:ma 'growth'), are two different words
> different though similar-looking roots. *bHeuh2- meant
'grow, arise,
> be'.
> Piotr

that is that! thank you Piotr.
now I am sure that rom pãmânt is not latin pavimentum. .
Let us write the latin word so that a english reader, when
s/he will read "what we write" to get the right latin
pronounciation of "pavimentum"
I type on a "paweimentum" here. There are a lot of
transformations b e s i d e the fact that semnatinc it doesnt
match with romanian sense
so, I do not see why I have to accept this pavimentum for
romanian root when I have a more simple evolution from PIE as
from latin where the semnatic matches too.