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I see. But I just spoke about languages showing well the root *weid-: in Germanic there are special phonetic rules that disfigure roots originating, as the [p] in Latin pater, Ancient Greek "patér", Former Indian pitár that Germanic voiced and became fricative [f]: German Vater, English father, for instance.
by PerCLupi on Sun Jun 22nd, 2008 at 03:01:57 AM EST
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