Studies in Slavic and general linguistics. Volume 32, Evidence and counter-evidence: essays in honour of Frederik Kortlandt. Volume 1, Balto-Slavicand Indo-European linguistics [electronic resource] / edited by Alexander Lubotsky, Jos Schaeken, Jeroen Wiedenhof; with the assistance of Rick Derksen and Sjoerd Siebinga.

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Amsterdam ; New York, N.Y. : Rodopi, c2008.
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Contents
  • Preliminary Material / Alexander Lubotsky , Jos Schaeken , Jeroen Wiedenhof , Rick Derksen and Sjoerd Siebinga
  • PREFACE / Alexander Lubotsky , Jos Schaeken , Jeroen Wiedenhof , Rick Derksen and Sjoerd Siebinga
  • LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY FREDERIK KORTLANDT / Alexander Lubotsky , Jos Schaeken , Jeroen Wiedenhof , Rick Derksen and Sjoerd Siebinga
  • О СОПОСТАВИТЕЛЬНОМ ИЗУЧЕНИИ ОГРАНИЧИТЕЛЬНЫХ ВРЕМЕННЫХ СОЮЗОВ СЛАВЯНСКИХ ЯЗЫКОВ / АДРИАН БАРЕНТСЕН
  • PALATALIZED CONSONANTS IN PRE-GREEK / Robert S.P. Beekes
  • TALYSCHI RİZ ‘SPUR’ UND VERWANDTE Ein Beitrag zur iranischen Wortforschung / UWE Bläsing
  • CELTIC ‘SMITH’ AND HIS COLLEAGUES / Václav Blažek
  • THE OSSETIC CASE SYSTEM REVISITED / Johnny Cheung
  • ALB. RRUSH, ON RAGUSA UND GR. ῥώξ / Bardhyl Demiraj
  • QUANTITY PATTERNS IN THE UPPER SORBIAN NOUN / Rick Derksen
  • LUVIAN ­TAR AND HOMERIC Τ᾽ ἌΡ / George E. Dunkel
  • ERERBTES UND ERSATZKONTINUANTEN BEI DER REKONSTRUKTION VON INDOGERMANISCHEN KONSTRUKTIONSMUSTERN: IDG. *ǴŠEṶ- UND HETH. LĀḪU-ḪḪI ‘GIESSEN’ / José L. García Ramón
  • INDO-EUROPEAN *SǴHÉDHLA / Eric P. Hamp
  • IS CASE A LINGUIST OR A FREDERIK? / Andries Van Helden
  • AUS DEM BEREICH DER GERMANISCH-OSTSEEFINNISCHEN LEHNWORTFORSCHUNG: ÜBERLEGUNGEN ZUR ETYMOLOGIE VON FINNISCH RYTÄKKÄ ‘KRACH’ / Tette Hofstra
  • STRUKTURELLE BESONDERHEITEN DES URSLAVISCHEN / Georg Holzer
  • REFLECTIONS ON RECIPROCITY IN RUSSIAN AND DUTCH / Wim Honselaar
  • ‘TIBI LIBER EST’ ~ ‘HABES LIBRUM’ (BEMERKUNGEN ZUR HERKUNFT DER HABITIVEN KONSTRUKTIONEN IM URALISCHEN) / László Honti
  • ON THE ČAKAVIAN DIALECT OF KOLJNOF NEAR SOPRON / Peter Houtzagers
  • ON THE “EARLY BALTIC” LOANWORDS IN COMMON FINNIC / Petri Kallio
  • THE QUANTITY OF THE VOWEL i IN STIPAN KONZUL’S KATEKIZAM (1564) / Janneke Kalsbeek
  • Interrogative Sequences in the Rigveda / Jared S. Klein
  • FRÜHE SLAVISCH-Finnische Kontakte / Jorma Koivulehto
  • THE VEDIC TYPE PATÁYATI REVISITED: SEMANTIC OPPOSITIONS, PARADIGMATIC RELATIONSHIPS AND HISTORICAL CONNECTIONS / Leonid Kulikov
  • LINGUISTIC LAWS AND UNIVERSALS: THE TWAIN... / Winfred P. Lehmann
  • VEDIC ‘OX’ AND ‘SACRIFICIAL CAKE’ / Alexander Lubotsky
  • THE ORIGIN OF THE OLD IRISH F-FUTURE / Ranko Matasović
  • PROBLEMS IN HITTITE PRONOMINAL INFLECTION / H. Craig Melchert
  • COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS AND PROSODIC LABELLING OF THREE RUSSIAN PITCH ACCENTS / Cecilia Odé
  • AN INDO-EUROPEAN CUSTOM OF SACRIFICE IN GREECE AND ELSEWHERE / Norbert Oettinger
  • RECONSTRUCTING THE OBSTRUENTS OF PROTO-GERMANIC / Harry Perridon
  • TOCHARIAN FRIENDSHIP / Georges-Jean Pinault
  • РОЖДЕНИЕ CЛОВАРЯ / адриана полс
  • ARCHAISCHE WÖRTER IN DEN MALBERGISCHEN GLOSSEN DER ’LEX SALICA’ / Arend Quak
  • NOCHMALS ZUR AKZENTUIERUNG DER KIEVER BLÄTTER / Jos Schaeken
  • ZU DER FREMDBEZEICHNUNG ARMENIENS ALTPERS. ARMINA / Rüdiger Schmitt
  • THE PROBLEM OF SPIRANTIZATION AND NASALIZATION IN BRITTONIC CELTIC / Patrick Sims-Williams
  • THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE RESIANICA DICTIONARY / Han Steenwijk
  • SANSKRIT TRÍDHĀ AND TREDHẤ / Michiel De Vaan
  • NON SECUNDUM SCIENTIAM: READING WHAT IS NOT THERE / William R. Veder
  • MÜNZE, MINT, AND MONEY AN ETYMOLOGY FOR LATIN MONETA With appendices on Carthaginian Tanit and the Indo-European month word / Theo Vennemann Gen. Nierfeld.
Other title(s)
  • Balto-Slavic and Indo-European linguistics.
  • General linguistics.
ISBN
  • 94-012-0635-X
  • 1-4356-9533-X
OCLC
  • 714568445
  • 262509427
Doi
  • 10.1163/9789401206358
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