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On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 09:47:37AM -0000, Lars Henrik Mathiesen wrote:
> According to Beekes, the athematic nominals can then be classified by
> how the ancient accent moved (or didn't move) during inflection ---
> this causes different types of ablaut in both stems and endings. Each
> type is then divided by the final conoid in the stem, where stops,
> laryngeals, and semivowels all give different developments.

What's a conoid? (consonant-oid?)

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Eric Christopherson | Rakko