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Historical and Indo-European Linguistics

How has the Indo-European language family changed and diversified over the millennia? What generalizations about language change generally can be drawn from this wealth of data?


Vedic dāśvā́ṃs- ‘pious one’, Homeric ἀδηκότες ‘inattentive’, and the “Long-Vowel” Perfects of Proto-Indo-European. Indo-European Linguistics 6:117–51.


Compensatory Lengthening in Vedic and the Outcomes of Proto-Indo-Iranian *[az] and *[až]. In S. Jamison, H.C. Melchert, and B. Vine (eds.), Proceedings of the 25th UCLA Indo-European Conference, 183–201. Bremen: Hempen Verlag.


Evidence for Acrostatic Presents in Old Irish?. In D. Furchtgott, M. Holmberg, A. Joseph Mc- Mullen, and N. Sumner (eds), Proceedings of the 31st Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 282–304. Cambridge, MA: Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.

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