Ancient Rivers of khvaniratha and indology
kalyan99 at NETSCAPE.NET
Wed Mar 15 10:35:45 UTC 2000
Michael Witzel <witzel at FAS.HARVARD.EDU> wrote:
> Bartholomae has also xvanaT.caxra (cf. svanad-ratha), xvaini-star at ta/u,
> xvaini.saxta;> And Avestan vaEjah simply cannot be = Ved. vis'a (viz???), as
Avestan j => Vedic j. While Vedic s' (z) = Avestan s.
My response on etyma and semantic tracks is posted at
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Would deeply appreciate further comments and suggestions. Yes, indeed,
linguistics (phonetics, semantics and transformational grammar) is what
indology has for 'science', however, imperfect... On semantics vs. phonetics,
Regards, Dr. S. Kalyanaraman
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