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    Armenian language



    on the Net I saw a site where I-E roots was given, with their cognates in different languages and I saw that very often armenian roots was given under 2 forms, one with voiced stops and one with unvoiced or asspired stops:
    is there a difference of period (diachronical) or a difference of dialect (geographical)???
    Could somebody tell the cause?
    thanks beforehand

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    on the Net I saw a site where I-E roots was given, with their cognates in different languages and I saw that very often armenian roots was given under 2 forms, one with voiced stops and one with unvoiced or asspired stops:
    is there a difference of period (diachronical) or a difference of dialect (geographical)???
    Could somebody tell the cause?
    thanks beforehand
    nobody can help?

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