By Hans H. Ørberg
Latin-English Vocabulary for Ørberg’s version of books I and IV of Vergil’s Aeneid. See that e-book for additional info.
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Here it is quite clear that the outcome la-ga-an-tcannot be regular: we should expect **al-ga-an-t-, just as *nsós yielded an-za-a-aš. Quite obviously, the form la-ga-an-t- has been influenced by full grade forms like *lóghei > la-a-ki. This indicates that here we should assume a phonemic vowel /ԥ/, and subsequently interpret la-ga-an-t- as /lԥgánt-/. A similar concept explains Ña-al45 Note that the ‘plene’ spelling in this case does not indicate vowel length, but rather must be read as ’a-ar-aš- with the sign A = ’ax.
57 Note that the line reads (5) ku-iš-ki i-eš-zi, in which the preceding -i- of kuiški may have triggered this scribal error. 58 Note that Kimball is not always careful in citing her examples. For instance, on p. 68-9 she cites the OS forms “a-ne-e-mi StBoT 25, 3 II 2, a-ne-́-[nu-un KBo III 22 Rs, 48” as examples of words where the sign NE is used instead of NI. This is incorrect: the words are in fact a-ni-e-mi and a-ni-́[-nu-un], and therewith are spelled just as all the other forms in the paradigm of ani¨e/a-zi, namely with the sign NI.
G. ar-nu-nu-un ‘I settled’. Summarizing, with regard to the stops, the Hittite phonological system nicely matches the Proto-Indo-European phonological system. If we compare the two systems, we see that between PIE and Hittite only three major developments took place. First, the loss of glottalization in the glottalized lenis series (the traditional ‘voiced’ series) caused this series to merge with the plain lenis series (the traditional ‘voiced aspirated’ series). Note that there is no indication that anywhere in the development between PIE and Hittite voice or aspiration has been a phonological or even phonetic feature.