IndoEuropean Perspectives by PENNEY, J. H. W. (ed.)

By PENNEY, J. H. W. (ed.)

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1998a: ‘Archaische keltische Personalpronomina aus indogermanischer Sicht’, in Meid (1998), 265–91. 1998b): ‘Topics in Indo-European Personal Pronouns’ (diss. Harvard). Klingenschmitt, G. 1975: ‘Altindisch ‹sa‹svat’, M•unchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft, 33: 67–78. Meid, W. ). 1998: Sprache und Kultur der Indogermanen: Akten der X. –28. September 1996 (Innsbruck: Institut f•ur Sprachwissenschaft der Universit•at Innsbruck). Melchert, H. C. 1994: Anatolian Historical Phonology (Amsterdam: Rodopi).

See Polom‹e’s and Watkins’s contributions to Meid (1987), and Watkins (1989).  Not that Watkins neglects the earlier work of Adalbert Kuhn (1864) comparing Vedic and Germanic healing charms (see Watkins 1995: 522–4; Morpurgo Davies 1998: 175). 32 D. R. Langslow ‘charms . . drugs . . cutting’) with a Young Avestan (Vid»evd»at 7. ba»e#saza ‘the remedy of the knife’ . . ba»e#saza ‘the remedy of plants’ . . ba»e#saza ‘the remedy of formulas’).  Secondly, there is the Indo-European phrase ‘seen and unseen’ as epithet of diseases and worms, both real worms and those symbolic of disease.

G. a chorus) but to the speaker and his speech-partner(s), ‘you(-all) and I’.   The name of this botanic parasite was analysed by Irene Balles (1999: 140) as ‘in der Mitte (des Baumes) sitzend’; however, *mi-, though real (see (f )), is unnecessary in the preform owing to umlaut in Germanic before diminutive *-ila- (K. St•uber and Th. Zehnder, personal communication).  On *re ‘back, away’ see Dunkel (2003b).  Su¶xal *-mo- forms participles, ordinals, superlatives, and primary nomina rei actae, but nothing particularly inclusive.

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