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  • The main question I guess is: "What would you like to do with *h2, and the seemingly unnaturalness of a uvular fricative within a labial-dental-velar-labio-velar system?"

    The origin of the Indo-European uvular stop (traditionally the "plain, non-palatalized stop")

  • I assume that you got the IE labio-velar from the combination of q+w.

    Ejective or Pharyngealized Stops in Proto-Semitic?

  • But why then, didn't *h1ékuos get a labio-velar, but a series of a palatal-velar and a *w?

    Ejective or Pharyngealized Stops in Proto-Semitic?

  • Phoenix: *h1 is without much possible arguing a glottal stop. and *h3 is quite clearly something labial, maybe a labio-velar fricative.

    The origin of the Indo-European uvular stop (traditionally the "plain, non-palatalized stop")

  • P. testa ovali, postice abrupte truncata, imperforata, cornea; spira plana, tenui; anfractibus quatuor, planis, ultimo permagno, postice acute angulato, transversim obsolete striato; apertura oblongo-truncata; labio antice valde tortuoso; labro postice angulato.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • P. testa ovata, umbilicata; spira mediocri, acuta, ad apicem integra, cornea, viridescente aut pallide fulva; anfractibus quinque, convexis, saepe plus minusve transversim subliratis; apertura ovata; labio reflexo, umbilicum partim tegente; labro vix incrassato, peristomate nigrescente.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • A. testa ovata; spira elata, acuta, tenui, cornea; anfractu ultimo magno, non ventricoso, transversim creberrime striato; apertura oblongo-ovali; labio callo tenui expanso obtecto; labro simplici, acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • P. testa ovata, rimata, ferruginea; spira mediocri, apice eroso; anfractibus tribus, convexis, simplicibus, transversim crebre crenato-striatis; apertura ovata, intus purpurascente; labio tenui, late reflexo; labro acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • P. testa ovata, imperforata, solidiuscula, cornea; spira brevi, acuta, apice interdum papilloso; anfractibus quinque, convexiusculis; transversim striatis; apertura acuto-ovata; labio incrassato, spiraliter valde tortuoso; labro intus incrassato et fusco tincto, margine acuto, arcuato.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • V. testa turbinata, globoso-conica, late umbilicata, spira elatiuscula, epidermide tenui fusco-viridi obtecta; anfractibus convexis, ad suturas subplanatis, faciis tribus vel quatuor angustis olivaceo-viridibus transversis ornatis; anfractu ultimo inflato, lineis duabus impressis ad peripheriam instructo; apertura ovata, postice subangulata; labio simplici; labro acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

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