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S t f - 'niederstrecken' und str 'ausbreiten': ein methodisches Problem, MSS 22, 57-66. 1969: Griech. Ttfu-T^Tmi und RV. apiprata, Studia classica et orientalia Antonino Pagliaro oblata III, 139-155. Neumann, G. 1961: Hethitische Etymologien III, KZ 77, 76-81. J. 1986: Head and Horn in Indo-European. Berlin/New-York. Nyman, M. 1984: On Latin halare and arxhelare, Diachronica I, 1, 143-144. A. 1923: Hibernica, ZCP 14, 309-334. xxxiv 1952-4: Short notes, uchtlach 'lapful', littiu 'porridge', Celtica 2, 353.
1935: crudus, KZ 62, 22. Mvtptk X&ptv. Gedenkschrift Paul Kretschmer, 1-2, Wien 1956-1957. Monteil, P. 1973: Elements de phonetique et de morphologie du Latin, Paris. Morris-Jones, J. 1913: A Welsh Grammar, Oxford. Narten, J. 1967: Ai. s t f - 'niederstrecken' und str 'ausbreiten': ein methodisches Problem, MSS 22, 57-66. 1969: Griech. Ttfu-T^Tmi und RV. apiprata, Studia classica et orientalia Antonino Pagliaro oblata III, 139-155. Neumann, G. 1961: Hethitische Etymologien III, KZ 77, 76-81. J.
Adrados' palatalized and labialized laryngeals, Puhvel's nine laryngeals and Szemerenyi's one laryngeal. None of these finds any support in Latin. There were three PIE. a. g. ). For a convincing invective against "Monolaryngalismus" see Eichner 1988. These laryngeals are written here as hlt h2 and h3 (cover-symbol H). 3 Their exact phonetic nature is unknown and is in fact irrelevant to their existence, but Indo-Europeanists agree that they were consonants (probably obstruents according to Mayrhofer 1985).