Proto-Greek): e.g. Puhvel (a: 13–20) on East Ionic -σκε- iteratives from Hittite, Watkins .. Etymological dictionary of the Hittite inherited lexicon. Leiden &. Etymological dictionary of the Hittite inherited lexicon /​ by Alwin Kloekhorst. Author. Kloekhorst, Alwin. Published. Leiden ; Boston, Mass.: Brill, Medium . KLOEKHORST, ALWIN: Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon. Article · January with 26 Reads. DOI: /KRATYLOS//1/

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In over pages this dissertation describes the history of Hittite in the light of its Indo-European origin. Etymological dictionary of the Hittite inherited lexicon.

Proto-Indo-European phoneme inventory ; Proto-Anatolian phoneme inventory ; Hittite phoneme inventory.

Kloekhorst Alwin. Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon

These 3 hittire in All: Therewith Anatolian, and especially Hittite, occupies a very important position within comparative Indo-European linguistics as it sometimes has retained linguistic information that has been lost in all other Indo-European languages. Furthermore, it provides a thorough description of the synchronic phonological system of Hittite as well as a comprehensive study of the Hittite historical morphology and phonology.

View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Open to the public ; P University of Queensland Library. Indo-Europeanists, Hittitologists, Assyriologists, and all those interested in historical linguistics. This single location in Queensland: This new etymological dictionary offers a wealth of material collected from old and new Germanic sources, ranging from Gothic A service provided by Leiden University Libraries.


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Other Form Online version Kloekhorst, Alwin. Online version Kloekhorst, Alwin. Almost all of these works, with a few exceptions, mostly concentrate on Classical Armenian and touch the dialects only sporadically This dictionary is a Weitenberg With summary in Dutch Faculty: Open to the public ; Online: Lists What are lists?

Towards a Hittite historical grammar. Librarian administrators click here. Search Leiden Repository This Collection.

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Skip to content Skip to search. Be the first to add this to a list. If you had a personal account on the old platform, click here. Brill Academic Publishers, Notes Revised version of the author’s thesis Ph. Part One, ‘Towards a Etyomlogical Historical Grammar’, contains a description of the Hittite phoneme inventory and a discussion of the sound laws and morphological changes that have taken place between the Proto-Indo-European and the Hittite language stage.

Summary “Hittite is the oldest attested Indo-European language and therefore of paramount importance for comparative Indo-European linguistics.

By Alexander Lubotsky, volume Lenition ; Fortition ; Stops ; Aspects of historical morphology. Subjects Hittite language — Etymology — Dictionaries.


I consider it the most important work on Hittite linguistics since nearly two decades. The result is a monumental handbook that will form an indispensable tool for Indo-Europeanists and Hittitologists alike.

Under the supervision of Alexander Lubotsky, an international team of historical linguists has for more than a decade researched, collected and integrated a growing corpus of Faculteit der Letteren Citation: Like its Slavic counterpartthe Etymological Dictionary of the Baltic Inherited Lexicon aims at combining recent insights from comparative Indo-European linguistics with modern Balto-Slavic accentology. Comments and reviews What are comments?

Related resource Table of contents only at http: Series Leiden Indo-European etymological dictionary series ; v.

Hittite was the language of the Hittite Empire that ruled over vast parts of Turkey from – BC. There are many valuable systematic handbooks, studies and surveys on comparative Armenian linguistics.

Open to the public. Although in the last few decades our knowledge of the synchronic and historical linguistics of Hittite has profoundly increased, these new insights have not been systematically applied to the whole Hittite material.