Two properties of PIE *h3

Robert Woodhouse

Abstrakt

Some new examples of posttonic voicing/lenition by *h3 are discussed, together with the usefulness of this property in accounting for seṭ roots in Vedic with unaspirated root finals. Along the way, a possibly new example of aspiration of a voiced stop by *h1 is indicated. The second property of *h3 is as anlaut consonant in PIE reconstructions currently having syllabic *u as anlaut.

Słowa kluczowe: Indo-European, Sanskrit, etymology, phonology, laryngeal, seṭ roots, aspiration, voicing
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