The hitherto unknown history of the formation of ancient Indo-European verb roots and their primary derivatives. From which, with particular phonetic variants described herein, are derived, over thousands of years, the words of Sanskrit, Greek and Latin.2 In Greek, id is the stern of orao ato seea. 3 In Latin ... Greek i = ai/i dh=th Latin e = ae dh = d/t indh, inddhe2 ato lighta or ato kindlea aithoa ato light up, a ato kindlea or ato burna any femalea or ofithar auddera or or aabundancea abreasta abreasta.
|Title||:||Comparative etymological Dictionary of classical Indo-European languages: Indo-European - Sanskrit - Greek - Latin|
|Publisher||:||Rendich Franco - 2013-12-14|