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Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
March | 2016 | The House Carpenter
are in fact relics of the simple stative meaning in the Germanic languages which have survived, to this day, in English. These are
was plenty of time for this to occur: remember that the Germanic languages are unattested before 100 AD, and the development of the
is reflected as ē in Gothic but ā in the other Germanic languages, so the alternation between -t- and -tēd- at the start
so the PIE “perfects” completely replaced the PIE “aorists” in Proto-Germanic. According to Ringe (2006: 157) there is absolutely no trace of
no trace of the PIE “aorist” in any Germanic language. Proto-Germanic also lost the PIE imperfective-perfective opposition, and again the simple
alternative strategy for forming the pasts of some verbs in Proto-Germanic, and thus to create a new class of weak verbs separate
though. Reference Ringe, D., 2006. From Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Germanic: A Linguistic History of English: Volume I: A Linguistic History of
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
The mystery of Proto-Germanic *awahaimaz ‘maternal uncle’ | The House Carpenter
s Law and Verner’s Law, part 1: aspiration in the Germanic languages. Examples of relict languages → 4 responses to “ The mystery of
s Law and Verner’s Law, part 1: aspiration in the Germanic languages. Examples of relict languages → The mystery of Proto-Germanic *awahaimaz ‘
you kick with your feet. Generally, in English and the other Germanic languages, and in PIE itself, compounds like this (which are called
Old High German ōheim ‘maternal uncle’ we can reconstruct Proto-West Germanic *auhaimaz ‘maternal uncle’. (PWGmc *au becomes OE ēa , and PWGmc *h
Examples of relict languages → 4 responses to “ The mystery of Proto-Germanic *awahaimaz ‘maternal uncle’ ” David Marjanović | 5 November, 2016 at 6:48
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Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
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song , sang , sung is maybe the perfect example of ablaut in Germanic languages. (In fact, I looked it up in Wikipedia just now
thing” was much more specific, and in Icelandic and other northern Germanic languages it has retained some of this specificity. Placeholder name mainly
up. Nobody is sure where it came from originally, beyond “something Germanic”. The OED description of cat runs to 600 words and shrugs
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
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of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday is to honor the pagan Germanic gods Tyr, Odin, Thor, and Frigg, and I thought they might
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
/pol/ - Nazis were always crazy LAPRers - Politically Incorrect - 4chan
Sun)18:17:09 No. 458335301 >>458335103 Swastika was used by Germanic Tribes too, it's a Aryan symbols, and the Nazis were fighting
Sun)18:20:39 No. 458335632 >>458335301 >Swastika was used by Germanic Tribes too It was not, symbols of Germany were eagles, cross,
28UOzIZZ ) 02/11/24(Sun)17:02:46 No. 458328804 >>458328528 germanic men(northern europeans) have the biggest penises in the world, niggers
they ''fight for all aryans''; in fact AH are just a germanic nationalist (some say supremacist but is more complex) and didn't trought
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
August | 2016 | The House Carpenter
of late Proto-Indo-European *ē in initial syllables in the Germanic languages are exemplified by the following example: Proto-Indo-European *dʰéh
aljar , Old English ellor ] ← *alja- ‘other’ + *-r). But in the West Germanic languages, the reflexes are as if they contained Proto-Germanic *ē:
occurred after this change as an areal innovation among the West Germanic languages, we can account for Old English (West Saxon) þǣr and
lengthening of these words to *þār and *hwār in Proto-West Germanic, and that the *-ā- in these words was raised in Old
Saxon and Old High German māno ; Gothic mena with -a [< Proto-Germanic *-a] levelled in from the stem *mēnan-; Old Norse máni with -
and Old Frisian , with the identity of the reflexes of Proto-Germanic *a in these words with the reflexes of Proto-Germanic
assume that the shifts have taken place at a post-Proto-Germanic date. In Old English and Old Frisian, Proto-Germanic *ē is
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
/pol/ - /chug/ - Comfy Happening in Ukraine General #14890 - Politically Incorrect - 4chan
people than any country on earth. They are mostly of Anglo Germanic heritage. A few potato niggers here and there. >My country is
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
/pol/ - Russia now less than 200m away from closing AVDIIVKA - Politically Incorrect - 4chan
24(Mon)08:08:41 No. 458392070 >>458391752 Pretty sure all germanic pagan rituals were conducted by a woman (the more mad, the
Mon 12 Feb 2024 (3 weeks ago)
/pol/ - /chug/ - Comfy Happening in Ukraine General #14880 - Politically Incorrect - 4chan
it be, just maybe, that the Western Europeans are defined by Germanic culture, while the Eastern Euros are Slavic? Have a different language