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Wait, what?  I suppose you could ask the creator.  Or are you creating this
"Old European" yourself?

On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 3:15 PM, And Rosta <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Europic is a conjectural language family that contains Indo-European and
> Old European (the language of Old European hydronymy). Within Old European
> is the Hesperic family, which contains Albic. The similarities between Old
> Albic and internally reconstructed (pre-)Proto-Indo-European are very
> striking -- far more than could be attributed to areal influence from
> Celtic, so one must assume that only a rather shallow time distance
> separates Proto-Europic from PIE and Old Albic. Given the relatively
> shallow time distance and the testimony of PIE and Old Albic, a
> reconstruction of Proto-Europic should be practicable? Does one yet exist?
>
> I haven't been able to find an Old Albic lexicon, so my observations are
> based on a description of Old Albic grammar and the vocables used in its
> examples.
>
> --And.
>