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Proto-Indo-European (PIE), the reconstructed proto-language for the Indo-European language family

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Are there any resources that can show IPA pronounciation for each PIE word? Either with laryngeals or without laryngeals? Wikitionary gives me only small list Category:Proto-Indo-European terms with …
asked May 19 '19 by Rock
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Yes, but only to certain limits. While its completely obvious that there is no evidence or only very small evidence that Proto-Indo-Uralic actually existed, there are some attempts to reconstruct it. …
answered Nov 27 '19 by Rock