Piotr: >Actually, it was *t-t-, not *t-r- in the
protolanguage, as I have > >explained before. The -r- results from
t-voicing in _some_ daughter > >languages.
If I recall,
Tagalog, the official language of Winnipeg :), has /tadlo/ for "three" with
a medial -d-. What was the Austronesian reconstruction again? I would have
presumed *taDu where *D = /d./ like in Indian languages. If I recall it's
*Dua for "two" (Tagalog /dalawa/).