Evidence for the Indo-European laryngeals in Bumshaski and its Genetic affiliation with Indo-European

Ilija Čašule*

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    Abstract

    This article focuses specifically on correspondences between the Burushaski laryngeal fricative h and the PIE laryngeals in words deemed to be part of the autochthonous Bur vocabulary, allowing for minimal or no semantic latitude in the comparisons. The analysis looks in detail not only at the fully consistent laryngeal correspondences, but also at the adjacent vowels and the 'coloring' effects on them.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)21-86
    Number of pages66
    JournalJournal of Indo-European Studies
    Volume31
    Issue number1-2
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

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