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FOUNDATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT
CLASSIFICATION OF INDOEUROPEAN
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3rd person ablaut accent adjectives ancient aorist appear archaic Aryan attested Baltic cantare Celtic Celtic languages century B.C. classical cognate comparative philology consonant dat.pl declension derivative languages dialect ending English etymological formation forms French further Gaul gender generalised Germanic languages Goth Gothic grammar Greek guages Hittite Indo Indo-European languages inflexions known laryngeal latter lenited linguistic literary Lith Lithuanian long vowels masc Middle morphology Neo-Latin neut neuter Norse noun o-stems occlusives OE OHG OLat Old Church Slavonic Old Irish Old Norse older original participle perfect phonetic pl.l pl.nom plural postulated preserved preterite Primitive Germanic Primitive Indo-European pronoun recognised Roman root Sanskrit satem secondary seen Sg.l Sg.nom Skt Gk Lat sonants Spanish spoken stem subjunctive suffix tenses term texts tive Tocharian verb verbal Vulgar Latin Welsh word