Elements of the Comparative Grammar of the Indo-Germanic Languages: A Concise Exposition of the History of Sanskrit, Old Iranian ... Old Armenian, Old Greek, Latin, Umbrian-Samnitic, Old Irish, Gothic, Old High German, Lithuanian and Old Bulgarian, Volume 1
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ablaut analogy anaptyxis Anteconsonantal appears Armen arose Aryan assimilation Avestic Baltic-Slavonic became beside Boeot chief accent consonants Cret Cymr dialects diphthongs disappeared e. g. Skr Epenthesis expiratory final syllables formation Gall Germ Germanic Goth Greek Horn imper Indg indie initial instr Ital Kelt Keltic Kuhn's Ztschr labialisation languages latter Lesb Lett liquid Lith long vowels masc mediae nasal neut O.Bulg O.Cymr O.Icel O.Ir O.Lat O.Pers older orig original Oscan Osthoff Morph palatal palatalised partly perf period pres pret prim probably Pruss remained root Sanskrit secondary accent short vowels shortening sing Slav Slavonic sonant sound spirants stem Str.g suffix syllables tautosyllabic tenues Thurneysen Umbr unaccented verb voiceless weak grade word