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Origin of *-k- "extension" in (aorist of) some IE verbs?

That uvulars can change to velars, is simply conceivable. For the question, why some uvulars did not change to laryngeals or glottal stops, more research is needed. I also cannot explain the ...
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Origin of *-k- "extension" in (aorist of) some IE verbs?

The simple and surprising solution is that the k is part of the root. Kloekhorst investigated Lycian word material and concluded that the laryngeals *h2 and *h3 were uvular sounds *q: and *qṷ: in ...
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