March 7, 2017

Ancient Languages of the Balkans: Pt. 1 by Katicic Radoslav

By Katicic Radoslav

The best works on hand for the examine of Paleo-Balkan languages, the booklet continues to be modern even if having been written in 1976.

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Pabur 'fire' Hitt. and Luw. ura- 'big' Hitt. dug- 'appear' 'a man from Hattusa' 'a man from Pala' 'a man from Luwia' 'a man from Aleppo' Luw. imra- 'steppe' The same derivational patterns obtain in the Anatolian appellative vocabulary also : -nt- : -ss- : -n- : -m- : -/- : -r- : Hitt. gim- 'winter' : gimmant- 'winter' Hitt. peruna- 'rock' : perunant- 'rocky' Luw. tijammi- 'earth' : tijamassi- 'belonging to the earth' Luw. massani- 'god' : massanijassi- 'belonging to the god' Hitt. bink- 'die' : benkan- 'death' Hitt.

87 Cf. GOETZE (1 967 : 67-), KRONASSER (1963 : 1 28-) ; cf. also GAMKRELIDZF (1957). 212 Download Date | 4/18/13 1:58 PM PRE-GREEK 50 In a great many ancient Anatolian toponyms the element -ss- can be explained as a part of this suffix. Luwana Paburina Urauna -m- : Dukkama -mn- : Hattusumna Palaumna Luiumna IJalpum(n)a Imral/a -/- : -n- : '-' the Anatolian ethnonym LuwiHitt. pabQur; Luw. pabur 'fire' Hitt. and Luw. ura- 'big' Hitt. dug- 'appear' 'a man from Hattusa' 'a man from Pala' 'a man from Luwia' 'a man from Aleppo' Luw.

5 6 Cf. 6 7 Cf. KIEPERT ( 1 878 : 73, 90). THRAEMER ( 1 888 : 1 80, 340), TOMASCHEK ( 1 892 : 1 ) KRETSCHMER (1 896 : 292-). 212 Download Date | 4/18/13 1:58 PM PRE-GREEK 41 Greece. 58 This was especially obvious of the place names with the characteristic suffix -nth- which corresponds to -nd- in Asia Minor. 59 Pauly also believed that the Pre­ Greek language represented by these toponyms was closely related to the autochthonous languages of Asia Minor and with the older linguistic stratum of ltaly as known from the Etruscan monuments.

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