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Re: AS gebúr; bauer; neighbour

Source: http://sci.tech−archive.net/Archive/sci.lang/2008−03/msg00445.html



        • From: "Brian M. Scott" <b.scott@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        • Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 17:05:30 −0400

On Tue, 11 Mar 2008 13:25:45 −0700 (PDT), Duaan Vukoti
<dusan.vukotic@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
<news:6cd37819−c206−4a85−9700−11348a044abf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
in sci.lang:

[...]


         Namely, Siedlung is related to Serbian sed(a)lo (seat,
         saddle)


Mirabile visu! The jackass actually got one right.


         and this is related to sagnuti (bend, bow);


But of course it couldn't last.


         similar logic as among Ger. beugen, English bent and bed
         (Ger. Bett).


Which is to say, none at all: no two of the three have the
same PGmc. or even PIE source.


         It means that the lengthened−grade form


<snicker>

Dressing up in mum's clothes now, are we?

[...]




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                                    Re: AS gebúr; bauer; neighbour
       If you compare Spanish hablar (speak) and Serbian
       govor−iti (speak) I hope you would be able to understand
       the way the 'bl' phonaestheme is used in building of stem
       words as well as an addition to the stem.


Obviously you meant <hablablablar>.
.




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