Comparative-Historical Linguistics

Indo-European and Finno-Ugric

Papers in honor of Oswald Szemerényi III

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This volume offers an important contribution to the comparative historical study of languages. Most of the articles deal with topics concerning the Indo-European proto-language as well as the individual languages descended from it. Essays in Finno-Ugric philology complete the volume. The book is divided in 8 sections: I. Indo-European, II. Anatolian, III. Indic, IV. Iranian and Armenian, V. Celtic, VI. Germanic Languages, VII. Slavic and Albanian, VIII. Fennougrica and Altaica.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 97]  1993.  xii, 566 pp.
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Table of Contents
Dediacation
v
Preface
vii
table of contents
ix
I. Indo-European
1. Formes de la racine *dei- ‘briller avec rotation’
Françoise Bader
3
2. Zur vorgeschichte der idg. Dichterformeln
Enrico Campanile
61
3. Modal auxiliaries in proto-Indo-European
John R. Costello
73
4. Sur les verbes fréquentatifs et causatifs en Indo-Européen
Louis Deroy
91
5. Periphrastica homerohittitovedica
George Dunkel
103
6. On Indoeuropean laryngeals after word-initial s-
Henry M. Hoenigswald
119
7. Réflexions sur le “neutre”indo-européen
André Martinet
123
8. Monophthongization as the easing of an articulatory burden
William R. Schmalstieg
129
9. The indo-European vowels /a/ and /o/ revisited
Francisco Villar
139
II. Anatolian
1. Luvio geroglifico MU-RU-WA-TÀ-ZA
Massimo Poetto
163
2. The anatolian and INdo-European fisrt person plural
Andrew L. Sihler
171
3. Reflexe der H-laute im Anatolischen
Robert Schmitt-Brandt
187
III. Indic
1. Rats, mice, and other small rodents in the Indian linguistic area
Murray B. Emeneau
197
2. Zur wurzel il im Sanskrit und Pali
Harry Falk
203
3. A critical examination of some early sanskrit passages alleged to indicate dialectal diversity
Hans Henrich Hock
217
4. Word formation in Gipsy languages
József Vekerdi
233
IV. Iranian and Armenian
1. Calques iraniens en arménien
Giancarlo Bolognesi
247
2. The Armenian suffixes of iranian origin
Gevork B. Jahukian
257
3. Die goldschmiede im achiamenidischen Susa zu einem alten problem in der Inschrift DSf
Rüdiger Schmitt
271
V. Celtic
1. The old Irish imperfect indicative
Anders Ahlqvist
281
2. The etymology of old Irish torc ‘boar’
Kim R. McCone
291
3. Gall. @, pitt. @, ant. irl. — Det(i)chet
Filippo Motta
293
VI. Germanic langauges
1. Bast und Bastard: ein versuch zu einer ungeklärten wortgruppe
Ernst S. Dick
307
2. Paradigm regularization and the Verschärfung
R.D. Fulk
341
3. OE sîd and stund in the old Germanic and Indo-European environment
Kurt R. Jankowsky
353
4. Braht und Brand. Zum althochdeutschen Hildebrandlied
Heinz Klingenberg
407
5. Variationen über das thema Birgitta
Piergiuseppe Scardigli
469
VII. Slavic and Albanian
1. The Slavic i-verbs with an excursus on the Indo-European ē-verbs
Jens Elmegård Rasmussen
475
2. Über die form des Gen.-Dat. Pl. im Albanischen. Zur methode der vergleichenden sprachforschung
489
VIII. Fenno-Ugrica and Altaica
1. The character and the scale of Turkic influence on the structure of Finno-Ugric languages
Gábor Bereczki
509
2. Lexical innovations of the Volga-Finnic epoch
Gyula Décsy
521
3. Rückblick auf die geschichte der lautbezeichnung der finnisch-ugrischen sprachen
György Lakó
529
4. Das Karpatenbecken zur Zeit der ungarischen langnahme
Gyula László
539
5. Beitrage zu den iranischen lehnwörtern der uralischen sprachen
Károly Rédei
549
6. Hullabaloo
Denis Sinor
553
Index of authors
559
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  92045266