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  1. Thread: Proto-Greek

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    Zeus don't forget about germanic *tungo, Old...

    Zeus don't forget about germanic *tungo, Old Latin dingua, Oscan fancua which are all cognates to "lingua". Also our "gjuhe" is clearly a cognate to γλώσσα since Arbereshe still pronounce it "gluha"
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    Isn't that an obsolete theory?

    Isn't that an obsolete theory?
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    A weird case is the word "gjeri" meaning "until"...

    A weird case is the word "gjeri" meaning "until" which, in Tosk dialect, is "deri". It is surely cognate with G heri and Latin sera but what about the existance of both /gj/ and /d/ at the same time?...
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    There is also Albanian "rreth", pl "rrath". for...

    There is also Albanian "rreth", pl "rrath". for me the ending in "th" reflex *roitko
  5. i think it is cognate with OHG "kalo" (naked)

    i think it is cognate with OHG "kalo" (naked)
  6. Thread: Dacian Language

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    I have always wondered if that is also the source...

    I have always wondered if that is also the source of albanian "ka" (ox) and "gul" (hornless ox)
  7. Thread: Dacian Language

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    The word "ziej" can also be found inside another...

    The word "ziej" can also be found inside another word which is "nxeht" which means "warm" with t same sound correspondance of "zi" (black) and "nxi" (turn black). The strange thing is the /h/ in the...
  8. A correspondance i found comparing Albanian, Ancient Greek and Latin

    SORRY FOR THE FORMAT GUYS, BUT IT KEEPS COMPACTING THE TEXT IF I DONT DO SO, I DONT KNOW WHY. Hello everybody. I was thinking about a correspondance i found which lead me to a "rule" i established...
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    etymology of Albanian word "zëmër"

    Hi, i recently read Vladimir Orel's etymological dictionary for Albanian language and i saw that no clear etymology exists for the word "zëmër" meaning "heart". Thinking about the sound shifts i...
  10. One of Earliest Farming Sites in Europe Discovered in Albania

    here is the link
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/04/120416113013.htm
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    "throuim" is supposed to be "trembi"? looks like...

    "throuim" is supposed to be "trembi"? looks like a fusion between "trembi" and "trauma"
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    PIE root is *lewh₃-

    PIE root is *lewh₃-
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    i asked why Orel's etymology was right, you...

    i asked why Orel's etymology was right, you responded with words from other languages without saying anything else
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    pjergull means "hardhi" or grapevine, exists in...

    pjergull means "hardhi" or grapevine, exists in albanian
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    That is not the answer to what i asked.

    That is not the answer to what i asked.
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    also i will post this again cause i think nobody...

    also i will post this again cause i think nobody saw my post

    "can someine give me explanation for this: albanian "buke" means "bread" and Orel derives it from Latin "bucca" meaning "mouth". Why...
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    what is that from?

    what is that from?
  18. the PIE root *uer means "river" so the ones in...

    the PIE root *uer means "river" so the ones in *ver may be just PIE. The ones with "sal, if they are somehow salty rivers, may be another PIE root. *al means "to grow" or "to begin" so if those were...
  19. these are the words i remember: E...

    these are the words i remember:

    Etruscan "tume" (tomb or to bury) Hungarian "temet" (bury) from "tom" (to put in) + "et" (live in) -- maybe related to τύμβος
    Etruscan "cel" (arise) Hungarian...
  20. i was thinking of this because of some cognates...

    i was thinking of this because of some cognates between some etruscan words and the proto-ugro-finnic languages
  21. is it possible to construct a Proto-Native-European?

    i was wondering, in the same way that PIE has been constructed, is it possible to construct a proto language for native european languages which brings together all (or most of) the non-IE languages,...
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    I once read (i will try to find the source) that...

    I once read (i will try to find the source) that Sicani were great musicians and artists and the people of all over the isle and Italy use to go and listen to their music. It concludes that their...
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    correct me if i am wrong but Sicules should be of...

    correct me if i am wrong but Sicules should be of IE origin, right? Also there were Sicans in Sicily.
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    wow have you read my post? did i mention Albanian...

    wow have you read my post? did i mention Albanian anywhere? i only mentioned PIE and Hittite, what is wrong with you ? Also, i didn't read anything anywhere, i just use the PIE dictionary and since...
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    let's say this is the real meaning of those name,...

    let's say this is the real meaning of those name, we can attempt a connection with PIE *atta (father) which revolves into Hittite *attas ? If so can we connect other places to those, such as Athens...
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