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Cet etymon comporte bien une pharyngale /c/ et une labiale /b/, qui, eu egard au jeu des combinaisons de vecteurs de traits possibles, est la realisation de la structure matricielle:
The flaw in the case for an etymon <hine> lies chiefly in this matter of survival.
Ces vues permettent, si peu qu'on y souscrive, de refuter le postulat d'un etymon i.
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.
Bense seems to suppose a Flemish etymon *hanken (developed from haken?
The juxtaposition of Sankrit ksana-and Irish tan points straightforwardly (if perhaps unobvi-ously) to a reconstructable etymon *tKno-, *tKna-.
In fact, the replacement for the feminine comes from the French etymon dove by adding a French suffix (-ess).
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 concerned.
The ethnonym Thai/Tai and its derived forms come from the Proto-Thai etymon [*daj.
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.