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  • adjective reconstructible

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  • Actually, in this story our response, though absent, is immediately reconstructable:

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Actually, in this story our response, though absent, is immediately reconstructable:

    Tim Pratt's "The Frozen One"

  • Many might assume that this was inherited from the oldest layer of PIE itself, but I'm suggesting here that it was a post-PIE innovation that spread across a few early dialect boundaries based on a common seed of tensual nuance in the various aspect forms reconstructable for earliest PIE proper.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Many might assume that this was inherited from the oldest layer of PIE itself, but I'm suggesting here that it was a post-PIE innovation that spread across a few early dialect boundaries based on a common seed of tensual nuance in the various aspect forms reconstructable for earliest PIE proper.

    Looking for a simple origin to Hittite's hi-class preterite

  • Archeological-reconstructable variability in material culture is also fairly small though Indian Knollers used the spear-thrower and spear, while Hardin Villagers had pottery, permanent houses, and the bow and arrow.

    Nutrition and health in agriculturalists and hunter-gatherers | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Many IEists, like Jay Jasanoff for one, feel that the reduplicated perfect is not really reconstructable for PIE per se but rather that it carried some other function, perhaps a kind of iterative meaning much like its close kin, the reduplicated present e.g. *di-deh₃-ti 'she gives'.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Regardless, *swe is still reconstructable for PIE and it still demonstrates a reflexive sense throughout the entire family from Germanic to Indo-Iranian despite the coexistence of a mediopassive.

    Lehmann's dismissal of PIE *swe

  • To add though, this "feminine" numeral form is certainly post-PIE because feminine gender is not reconstructable for the earliest stage of PIE and was no doubt built on a noun *sor- "woman" existing at the time.

    Lehmann's dismissal of PIE *swe

  • To add though, this "feminine" numeral form is certainly post-PIE because feminine gender is not reconstructable for the earliest stage of PIE and was no doubt built on a noun *sor- "woman" existing at the time.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Regardless, *swe is still reconstructable for PIE and it still demonstrates a reflexive sense throughout the entire family from Germanic to Indo-Iranian despite the coexistence of a mediopassive.

    Archive 2008-03-01

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