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  1. Moesan thank you for your comments. If I...

    Moesan thank you for your comments. If I understand correctly your demonstration (is it your hypothesis or that of latinists ?), you state : uCe > ue > ɥi. I am not convinced by this hypothesis,...
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    These graphics are interesting. What is your...

    These graphics are interesting. What is your sources ? On what basis have you made these trees ?
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    It seems likely, It is a great theory

    It seems likely, It is a great theory
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    I have the same issue. Can anyone resolve this...

    I have the same issue. Can anyone resolve this problem ? Thank you.
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    Is your theory still valid, if we consider that...

    Is your theory still valid, if we consider that the Afroasiatic family is only a hypothesis which is not tried and proven ? If I believe what you are saying about Eb1b and J, then as they do not have...
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    Is your theory still valid, if we consider that...

    Is your theory still valid, if we consider that the Afroasiatic family is only a hypothesis which is not tried and proven ? If I believe what you are saying about Eb1b and J, then as they have not...
  7. In French, the sounds \ɥi\ come generally from...

    In French, the sounds \ɥi\ come generally from the Latin sounds 'ok' (as huit < octo) ... So the word 'hui' comes probably directly from 'hoc' (meaning 'this') and not from 'hodie' ... we can imagine...
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