Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ablaut.

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Examples

  • And maybe I should also add that because of the mi-/mu- binary madness, it all seems to imply, at least to me, that mu- was the original word for "6" while an ablauted mi- replaced the former word for "three", namely *kö.

    The Tower of Babel

  • Although the quality of ablauted prose in these magazines is as cheap and itchy as the newsprint, the covers are fascinating.

    Warren Ellis

  • It's farfetched to build a verb **mlit-ye- based only on one word in Greek so the more sane options are that 1) the word is innovative in Greek alone, or that 2) its borrowed from another language, such as from Anatolian where ablauted *mlit-eu- 'sweet' Hittite miliddu-/maliddu) is already attested.

    Missing honey

  • It's farfetched to build a verb **mlit-ye- based only on one word in Greek so the more sane options are that 1) the word is innovative in Greek alone, or that 2) its borrowed from another language, such as from Anatolian where ablauted *mlit-eu- 'sweet' Hittite miliddu-/maliddu) is already attested.

    Missing honey

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