Languages and Cultures: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé

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Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Werner Winter
Walter de Gruyter, Nov 5, 2010 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 807 pages
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This collection of 64 papers by contributors throughout the world presents work from a variety of fields, primarily Indo-European linguistics and philology, and thus reflects the broad interests of Edgar C. Polomé.

 

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Contents

The Divine Twins or The Twins Divine?
373
The druids and human sacrifice
381
Some remarks on laryngeals and Celtic
397
Lextraposition du prédicat verbal dans les créoles à base lexicale anglaise et française
401
Les champs sémantiques de la racine H2eig en grec
419
présentation fonctionnaliste
439
The Sacred Marriage a study in Norse mythology
449
Zum Verhaltnis der grammatischen Kategorien Person und Modus im Indogermanischen
461

Meaning and prehistory of OIr lúan láith
89
Gothic saihw and sai with some notes on imperative interjections in Germanic
97
Some suggestions on Sūtra 3310
111
Postscript errata varia
123
On the Sigurd representations in Great Britain and Scandinavia
133
compléments
157
Ex Oriente Lux On the problem of an Asiatic homeland of the ProtoIndoEuropeans
161
A bouquet of Armenian birds for Edgar Polomé
169
The IndoEuropean terms for marriage
179
The development of Romani linguistics
183
The cosmic religion of the IndoEuropeans
225
Language and ethnicity
235
On the use of the nominal strategy for coding complex complements in some African languages
245
The world and worldliness in Hartmann von Aues Der arme Heinrich
259
Zur Etymologie und Wortgeschichte von deutsch Amtsschimmel und Akt in der Kunst
269
Deconstruction and analysis of meaning in literature
279
An eastern etymon for sarape?
287
Orthographica onomastica
297
Old Irish boí was
299
Topicprominence and zero NPanaphora in Marathi and Hindi
309
Yima et la mort
329
Competing generalizations and linguistic change
335
Ostgermanische Relikte im bairischösterreichischen Sprachraum
347
Vestjysk stød Icelandic preaspiration and ProtoIndoEuropean glottalic stops
353
Adhikāra right and responsibility
359
Some problems in the translation of Beowulf
365
Alternative historical sources for Swahili vocabulary
475
The Horn of Gallehus and the subgrouping of the Germanic languages
489
Sacerdos qui sacrum dat sacrum dare and sacra facere in ancient Italy
509
On the source of Hittite halzai
525
Sul nome dei Veneti
529
SapirWhorf redux
535
Damned inlaws and other problems
551
Tense vs aspect in Sango and Swahili of Lubumbashi
565
The role of the Tamil film in language change and political change
581
Comments on some of the IndoEuropean mediopassive endings
591
On Armenian phonology and IndoEuropean reconstruction
601
Talk about tu and vous
611
Heroic ethical philosophy and philosophical consolation in Chaucers Troilus and Criseyde
621
Anreger einer niederlandischsprachigen Neuphilologie
631
linguistic archaeology and early agriculture
649
Bilingualism and mother tongue education
669
Na sthātavyam Not Being Stayed in The EightThousandLine PerfectionofWisdom Sutra
681
The languages of the peoples of the USSR
689
The role of continental contacts for Scandinavian glottogenesis with special reference to the enclitic passive
715
Umlautdisrupting factors in Germanic
731
the case of HinduUrdu
741
Die innergermanische Lautverschiebung und die Entstehung der germanischen und deutschen Dialekte
749
Minimizing errors in the thought process
763
Cardinal points and other directions in Tocharian A and B
775
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