Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages
This dictionary forms part of the project Indo-European Etymological Dictionary, which was initiated by Robert Beekes and Alexander Lubotsky in 1991. The aim of the project is to compile a new and comprehensive etymological dictionary of the inherited vocabulary attested in the Indo-European languages, replacing the now outdated dictionary of Pokorny (1959).
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Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the Other Italic Languages
Michiel Arnoud Cor de Vaan,Michiel Arnoud Cor Vaan
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abl.sg ablaut acc.pl acc.sg acc.sg.f Andr āre assume attested back-formation Beekes Bibl Bret Cato Cato-F Catoš Celtic CLuw compound connection dat.sg dissimilation etymology ex F explained full grade gen.pl gen.sg Greek Hsch Hy Derivatives i-stem IE cognates IE languages Italic Italo-Celtic Klingenschmitt Kloekhorst 2008 Latin Latv Leumann Lex XII+ Lith loanword loc.sg Lucil Lucil.4 Lucr Meiser Naev nom.pl nom.sg nom.sg.m Nussbaum o-grade original meaning Oscan Paul phonetic PIE root possible preform probably reconstructs reflect root noun Sabellic Schrijver 1991 Schumacher 2004 seems semantic Sihler stem suffix syllable Ter-H Tocharian uncertain Untermann 2000 variant Varro-H Varrot verb vowel WH II WHII word yield zero grade