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  1. And Germans. Loads and loads of Germans. Can’t...

    And Germans. Loads and loads of Germans. Can’t forget about those Ancient Near Eastern Germans!
    Do you know how to say “I am Akkadian” in Akkadian?
    “Ich bin ein Akkadu.”



    Villagers from...
  2. Totally. I just mainly want there to be a record...

    Totally. I just mainly want there to be a record that suggests that the “theories” being posted here are less than certain, despite what some parties associated with this thread may be trying to...
  3. That’s actually untrue. Yervand (probably...

    That’s actually untrue. Yervand (probably connected to Hittite Aruwanda/Arnuwanda as much as Iranian Arruant, as for the Orontids, they were possibly native Armenian who were propped by the Iranians...
  4. Etymology 1: from Proto-Indo-European “átta”,...

    Etymology 1: from Proto-Indo-European “átta”, meaning “father”. Oh look! This form had derivatives in Anatolian, Greek, and Indo-Iranian languages too!...
  5. And Hannibal, who was a Carthaginian Phoenician,...

    And Hannibal, who was a Carthaginian Phoenician, traveled through the Alps.

    There are many other, more historically reconcilable explanations for similarities/loans between Germanic and Iranian,...
  6. European posters don’t “want” Germanic to be...

    European posters don’t “want” Germanic to be European. There is literally not a single shred of evidence to link Germanic with anywhere other than Europe besides a couple words that sound Iranian...
  7. Possibly. There’s no real consensus one way or...

    Possibly. There’s no real consensus one way or another.

    https://www.academia.edu/37844906/Greco-Armenian_The_persistence_of_a_myth

    Personally, I think the Graeco-Armenian theory makes the most...
  8. Again, I’ve told you this before already. They...

    Again, I’ve told you this before already.
    They didn’t come to Germanic directly!!! The loanwords you’re caught up on are NOT THAT CLOSE and/or THERE ARE NOT THAT MANY OF THEM. They arrived through...
  9. The Armani might also have been Steppe-derived...

    The Armani might also have been Steppe-derived Armenian speakers or speakers of another Graeco-Armenian language, if the Graeco-Armenians arrived in the greater Asia Minor region before 2300 BCE.
    I...
  10. Yes. I’ve told it to you more than once already....

    Yes. I’ve told it to you more than once already. Germanic is not in the picture.
    There were PPIE there. Possibly around the same time or shortly afterwards Kura-Araxes who I think became...
  11. But again, a) there are other languages that have...

    But again, a) there are other languages that have many of these sounds and b) as others have pointed out here and in other threads to you, languages change and develop sounds or lose sounds....
  12. The link could actually be Cimmerian, which has...

    The link could actually be Cimmerian, which has been theorized to have been a language between Indo-Iranian and Thracian.

    Additionally, Hamp connects the Phrygians with Italo-Celtics.
  13. As for that list you provided, you’re selectively...

    As for that list you provided, you’re selectively picking and choosing again to fit your prerogative. I see just as many similarities with Slavic, Celtic, Armenian, etc and Akkadian as I do with...
  14. This is what I criticized you for before...

    This is what I criticized you for before though—you’re creating new (i.e. your own) definitions for terms.
    It’s very likely that some early form of Proto-IE was spoken in Iran. Maybe even other...
  15. A) that hat means nothing. 11210 Urartian...

    A) that hat means nothing.

    11210

    Urartian

    11211
    Anatolian (not sure what culture specifically)

    11212
  16. Again, these are all Proto Indo-European words....

    Again, these are all Proto Indo-European words. Perhaps as Pip pointed out, there was some influence on Proto-Germanic from Scythian/Sarmatian, but that hardly means that the Proto-Germans were in...
  17. Yes. Because they were both early Iranian...

    Yes. Because they were both early Iranian languages.

    Incidentally, tu exists in Armenian and Latin languages. Mi exists in Latin languages and Germanic languages as "me." E is both he/she/it in...
  18. 500 BCE is way to late for them to be mutually...

    500 BCE is way to late for them to be mutually intelligible. Germanic is not close enough to Iranian languages for this to be true. Iranian and Indic languages split after 2000 BCE, yet I doubt if...
  19. Are we sure that it meant "white"? There are...

    Are we sure that it meant "white"? There are other similar sounding words in Indic languages (as well as other IE languages).

    Or it could be from PIE glakt and it lost the G.

    Or it could be...
  20. Well, I don't know if it could only be...

    Well, I don't know if it could only be Proto-Germanic. I'm not really following your line of reasoning here. I have a lot of issues with you stating things emphatically, especially when there is a)...
  21. I feel uncomfortable saying that Syrian...

    I feel uncomfortable saying that Syrian Armi=Armenians but rather that an IE group that were partially ancestral to Armenians, and maybe the direct ancestors of Indo-Hittites/proto-Anatolians gave...
  22. *I call them Armani because of the apparent early...

    *I call them Armani because of the apparent early Indo-European presence of Armi/Arme/Armanum/Arman/Armani, etc. which has been discussed at length already in this thread. According to my theory,...
  23. It's what I believe based on the research of the...

    It's what I believe based on the research of the respected linguists that I provided you. Burgn is the phonetic transliteration of Armenian բուրգն.

    But your argument is that "burg" (i.e. the...
  24. I can compare any two random languages and find...

    I can compare any two random languages and find similarities. I could say Eurasia was settled first by Polynesians (not picking on them, but this just seems super unlikely, which is why I chose...
  25. Subari as in Shupria/Subartu? That's hardly...

    Subari as in Shupria/Subartu? That's hardly western Iran. By Asgardi do you mean Asgari? By Almani do you mean Armani? By Germani do you mean Kurman? It seems that a) you're rendering words in ways...
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