Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages

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Leiden · Boston, 2008, Oct 31, 2018 - Foreign Language Study - 825 pages
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etymological dictionary of the inherited vocabulary attested in the Indo-European languages, replacing the now outdated dictionary of Pokorny (1959).
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
DICTIONARY
17
BIBLIOGRAPHY
693
INDICES
723
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Michiel de Vaan (Ph.D. 2002) teaches comparative Indo-European linguistics, historical linguistics and dialectology at Leiden University. He has published extensively on Germanic, Albanian, and Indo-Iranian linguistics and philology, including The Avestan Vowels (2003) and Germanic Tone Accents (ed. 2006).

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