When an etymon
is preserved in both Finnic and Ugric languages, it need not have survived in all of the other related languages placed between them.
767D [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (bai/bach)--(AP) [?
There is nevertheless in the present case sufficiently ample evidence for the existence of an etymon
'king, lord' widely distributed in East Asia and going back at least to the Puyo and Koguryo people, if not the Xiongnu.
lt; EModE /u/ cannot be derived from an etymon
with /o/ like MLG * moneke.
Ces vues permettent, si peu qu'on y souscrive, de refuter le postulat d'un etymon
Before 1600 only 6 borrowings are documented: namely galingale, japan, li (1), litchi, typhoon and Tangut; in 17th century: 31 items, followed by 44 tokens between 1700-1800; the next century, 1800-1900, shows 112, while in the last century 152 loanwords are displayed from 1900 to 1992, which shows the last year when a Chinese etymon
was registered for the first time in the OED.
While the general meaning of the term was fairly clearly outlined, its etymon
was not identified in a satisfying way.
38) "Thus, I-E [p], [t], [k] > [f], [theta], [x] (Grimm's Law) or [b], [d], [g] (Verner's Law) depending on the position of the stress accent in the I-E etymon
The ethnonym Thai/Tai and its derived forms come from the Proto-Thai etymon
Bohas's main assumptions regarding word formation in Semitic is that the lexicon consists of three levels: the matrix / template ([mu]), the etymon
([member of]), and the radical (R).
First, the PIE etymon
, as written, is impossible, since the infixed nasal of the Proto-language would have been realized as dorsal, not labial before a root-final dorsal.
34, with its copious citations of earlier studies, Bentley's confession is sadly misleading concerning the actual state of Japanese-Xenic comparison with respect to this etymon