By J.B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge, A.A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge, Anne Mahoney, J.H. Allen
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The role of general linguistics in this enterprise is to provide an idea of what can be expected in linguistic development, not by theoretical reasoning but by inspection of what actually happens in situations of language contact. Language is a social phenomenon, and linguistic change must be examined in its social and historical context. , 1993. ON RUSSENORSK The concept of mixed language has recently gained some popularity, to my mind for no good reason. It is unclear how a mixed language can be distinguished from the product of extensive borrowing or relexification.
The introduction of the cart was evidently more recent than the domestication of cattle, which were used as draught animals. All Indo-European languages have the same words for 'o'x, 'sheeP, 'goa~ 'horse' and 'swine; but not for tame birds, which had not yet been domesticated, nor for 'donkeY, which came from the south. troi;,) and 'bulf. The word 32 Introduction steer (ravpo~, Latin taurus) is probably an early Indo-European borrowing from Semitic denoting 'wild bult as is indicated by Lithuanian taiiras 'aurochs' and Old Prussian tauris 'wisenf, while ox is the old word for 'domesticated bulf.
The opposition between palatovelars and labiovelars was neutralized after *u and *s and the palatovelars were depalatalized before *r, *s and laryngeal consonants (cf. g. Luwian k- < *R- in kar5- 'cut'< *krs-, kis'comb' < *ks-, kattawatnalli- 'plaintiff' < *k5et- (cf. Kloekhorst 2008) and similarly in Vedic cyavate 'moves' < *kfieu-, Greek ae6oftal, Prussian etskl- 'rise' < *kliei-, Latin cieo (cf. Cei-, Avestan s- (cf. Beekes 2010: 789, 791). It has been observed that PIE fortis and lenis stops could not co-occur in the same root, so that roots of the type *teubh- or *bheut- are excluded.
Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar by J.B. Greenough, G. L. Kittredge, A.A. Howard, Benj. L. D'Ooge, Anne Mahoney, J.H. Allen