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The Key op the Riddle
What is Speech?
Some Prehistoric Changes and their Fruits
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Ablaut Abstract Nouns accented syllable Adjectives Adverbs Analogy Aorist appears arose Aspirates became beside Gr borrowed called Century a.d. Cicero compounds Conjugation Consonant consonantal current of air Dative Deflected form denote Dental derived dialects Diphthongs earlier early Latin ending English Etruscan examples feminine followed Fricatives Gender Germ Germanic Gerund Greek Hence I.Eu Indo-European language Infinitive Karl Brugmann kindred languages Labial later Latin words Locative long vowel masc meaning medially nasal neut Non-Thematic number of words Old Lat Old Latin older original Oscan Palatal Partc Participle Passive Penult Perfect phonetic change Phonetic Laws phrases Plautus Plosives Plur preposition Present pro-ethnic Italic probably pronounced properly Romance languages Sabine Sansk Sanskrit Second Declension separate language shortened Sing Sonant sound stem Subjunctive suffix syncope Tenses Thematic Theme-vowel tive tongue urum Velars venio Verbal Noun Verbs Verner's Law Vocal Edges Voiced Weak form weakest form