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Appendix I - Indo-European Roots
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Elsewhere I have argued that there was a series of preglottalized stops in Proto-Germanic and that all obstruents were voiceless here in recent prehistoric times e. From there we can proceed to Proto-Germanic , Gothic, and Old English sources; the latter include tacen, or "mark, sign" as in modern "token". On the roots of teaching and learning. The Proto-Germanic i-stem masculine paradigm can be reconstructed as follows after Bammesberger ; Krahe ; Ringe : Disintegration of the nominal inflection in Anglian: the case of i-stems.