Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections

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Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections

Post by cquiles » Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:26 pm

Proto–Italic laryngeals in the context ClHC– and new Italic and Celtic etymological connections, by Blanca María Prósper, Rivista di Linguistica e dialettologia, Roma, 2017.

Abstract:
This paper is concerned with unexpected phonetic outcomes in the Italic languages in environments containing a combination of laryngeals, labials and laterals. It will be argued that phonotactic problems may ultimately lie behind a seemingly unmotivated absence of the laryngeal in several verbal formations based on set roots. A detailed account of the outcome of IE *-lw- and *-lHw- in Latin is included, as well as etymologies for fulvus and mullus.
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