Slavic edin 'one' and Winter's law

Woodhouse, Robert (2012) Slavic edin 'one' and Winter's law. Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia, 17 151-178.

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Author Woodhouse, Robert
Title Slavic edin 'one' and Winter's law
Journal name Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia
ISSN 1427-8219
ISBN 978-83-233-3358-6
Publication date 2012
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 17
Start page 151
End page 178
Total pages 28
Place of publication Krakow, Poland
Publisher Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Three approaches to the etymology of Slavic *edfn- are developed under two
complementary assumptions about the age of the forms reconstructed with short second
syllable. These three approaches are tested to determine which best yields the spread of
attested accentual and other forms listed in representative sources. Derivations containing
the PIE neuter deictic *h1ed as first component are found to be the most fruitful if it ·
is assumed that anlaut laryngeals remained in Slavic until the completion of both Winter's
law and the subsequent loss by dissimilation of one or more laryngeal reflexes, including
the laryngeal component of PIE *d, in this compound word, all these reflexes having
merged by this time in some kind of glottal constriction. Comments are also offered on
the etymologies of Slavic *ed(o)va and Lith. vos.
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