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  1. Sorry I'm late. NO, I have no news about this...

    Sorry I'm late. NO, I have no news about this matter for now.
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    the meanings linked to 'water' or 'wave' are...

    the meanings linked to 'water' or 'wave' are based on an I-E *u(n)d root (> English 'water', 'wet', Slavic 'voda', Latin 'unda' French 'onde' and their forms seem far enough to the precise 'wind-' of...
  3. Thank very much. I had not read all these answers...

    Thank very much. I had not read all these answers at this time; good precisions; I agree the linguistic/ethnic origin of personal names are not always the proof of a genealogical/genetical origin....
  4. I was wondering (without solid basis) if the most...

    I was wondering (without solid basis) if the most of these Y-I2a2 were not a remnant of Cruithni (Picts?) of Northern Ireland, even if we can suppose these Cruithni had already also Y-R1b-L21+ in...
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    Durham: [... In Roman Britain Here are 8...

    Durham:
    [...
    In Roman Britain
    Here are 8 reasonably certain examples with vowel I, where hyperlinks lead to discussions of their
    locations and possible meanings of their other name element. ...
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    Durham: Vindo- in ancient names Evidence to...

    Durham:
    Vindo- in ancient names Evidence to back up a short article in Academia Letters
    Hundreds of proper names (of places, rivers, people, gods, etc) contain an element of form W-vowel-(N)-(D),...
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    ... My analyses of hundreds of names must often...

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    My analyses of hundreds of names must often be oversimplied or too general. The in-evitablemistakeswillpleasepartisansforthetraditionalCeltic‘white, pure’model, whichhasbeen endorsed by just...
  8. Thanks, Torzio. But it doesn't answer the...

    Thanks, Torzio.
    But it doesn't answer the questioning of some linguists concerning the cohabitation of languages on their territory.
    INteresting all the way.
  9. I gave you my thoughts with my knowledge which...

    I gave you my thoughts with my knowledge which evolves by time (not too quickly, it's true); I have to read more about the Netherlands and periphery of those times (with their own changes BTW);...
  10. I thank you, but the link didn't work with me.

    I thank you, but the link didn't work with me.
  11. Thanks, Torzio. I 'll read this paper, but what...

    Thanks, Torzio.
    I 'll read this paper, but what is the goal? To affirm Rhaetic was a Tyrsenian language?
    THis is accepted since long ago. But some scholars (based on toponymy?) think there was an...
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    Vindo not Celtic not meaning "white"?

    interesting but somewhat hazardous

    Vindo- in Early Place Nameshttps://0.academia-photos.com/21130727/12911275/14294000/s65_anthony.durham.jpgAnthony Durham



    2021, Academia Letters
  13. @Northerner The Hessen tribes of this window of...

    @Northerner
    The Hessen tribes of this window of time could have been from stock of Celtic or to proto-Celtic, or Northwest Block of some sort.
    + THey could have passed more cultural traits than...
  14. I don't find any clue about the Celtic influence...

    I don't find any clue about the Celtic influence in Frisian tongue. The proximity with Old English can have other sources. I don't know but I just noted some phonetic traits of Frisian which evok...
  15. Further, the contemporary advance of the Germans...

    Further, the contemporary advance of the Germans from the Elbe towards the Weser and the Rhine should also have set the Tumulus population here in motion; and in the Late Bronze Age immigrations of...
  16. [On the east, their frontier is clearly that...

    [On the east, their frontier is clearly that dividing the Aunjetitz area from the Tumulus cultures that from Bavaria and Thuringia westwards grew up outside its immediate orbit. And it is, in fact,...
  17. We are in a bit of fog here, it's true (no texts)...

    We are in a bit of fog here, it's true (no texts) - if I risked a bet, I would say they was a gradiant between Lower Rhine (rather South) more BB-like and the Elbe region more CWC-like at first;...
  18. it could explain the common traits seen by some...

    it could explain the common traits seen by some linguists between Italic and Germanic, before the contacts of Germanic with Celtic.

    Oh! These linguists are to young to have lived then! It's the...
  19. about Sögel & Cy, if not Germanic, it would be...

    about Sögel & Cy, if not Germanic, it would be easily proto-Germanic, because what kind of language can Germanic be born by? Not the CWC language for me, but as is proposed by more than one, rather a...
  20. independantly of my to come answer in the Brtiain...

    independantly of my to come answer in the Brtiain BA/IA thread, spite all these threads are linked, I give here my opinion for what it's worth.
    the peri-Unetice origin of Y-R-U106 doesn't seem...
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    BTW, the list could very very longer if we would...

    BTW, the list could very very longer if we would put the genuine French words replaced by more recent borrowings and went away in the garbage cans of History.
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    to continue rupture break, disruption < > ...

    to continue

    rupture break, disruption < > roture commoners
    médian median < > moyen mean, middle, medium
    portique gantry, portico < > porche porch
    confidence confidence 1 < > confiance...
  23. @Northerner I try to answer to your #83 - just...

    @Northerner
    I try to answer to your #83 - just my today thoughts.



    [West of the Elbe, on the heaths of the Emsland and Drenthe, the complex of Single-grave and Beaker cultures, formed as...
  24. @Northerner: ridicule doesn't kill! Let's...

    @Northerner:
    ridicule doesn't kill!
    Let's forget my last sentance and poor Iain macDonald: I reread and saw I misinterpreted one of your posts: you were not speaking of the Clan of Somerled (Y-R1a...
  25. My aim was about general making of these tribes...

    My aim was about general making of these tribes or groups. Some of you ar interested in almost "individual" lineages (it's a picture) and their individual source (on the male lineage, because...
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