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Unaugmented contract imperfect in Ancient Greek?

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Two questions about Sappho's name

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What arguments support Alwin Kloekhorst's analysis of proto-indo-european phonemes?

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(PIE) déḱm̥ vs déḱm̥t (ten)

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geminate or long consonants in Ancient Greek?

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Can a syllable be open before a lenghtened consonant?

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infinitive passive in Esperanto

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strange Latin spelling : karissime

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When did Aspirated Consonants appear in English?

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*h₁éḱwos > ἵππος, (Aeolian) ἴκκος

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what about ophis Python==ahi Budhnya?

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Kaluza's law and Beowulf.64b

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Can the Latin conjunction -que coordinate two propositions?

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connection between Castor (one of the Διόσκουροι) and the animal (beaver)?

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declining numerals in Old English

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original sens of ἑκηβόλος, an epiklesis of Apollon

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accusative being used to express an origin?

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alliteration in coda : an Old English example?

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(Latin) spondeo > (Spanish) esposas?

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Is Old English ġe- a digraph representing [j]?

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scansion of a iambic trimeter

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unicode symbol(s) for a long syllable in a Latin text

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ephelcystic nu of contract verbal forms in Ancient Greek

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anomaly in a Latin hexameter

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what would be the hypothetic result of *βεβλεπνται in Ancient Greek?

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vowel contraction after "προ-" preverb in Ancient Greek