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Satemization

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BALTO-SLAVIC PHONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS FREDERIK
(5) Development of the palatovelars into palatal stops (“satemization”), e.g.
Frederik Kortlandt, Leiden University, www.kortlandt.nl An outline of
middle voice (cf.
Frederik KORTLANDT BALTO-SLAVIC PHONOLOGICAL
Development of the palatovelars into palatal stops (“satemization”),. e.g.
A GRAMMAR OF MODERN INDO-EUROPEAN
A GRAMMAR OF MODERN INDO-EUROPEAN

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Centum-satem isogloss - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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BALTO-SLAVIC PHONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS FREDERIK
(5) Development of the palatovelars into palatal stops (“satemization”), e.g.
Centum-Satem isogloss
A GRAMMAR OF MODERN INDO-EUROPEAN
Proto-Greek was affected by a late Satemization trend, evidenced by the (post- Mycenaean) change of labiovelars into dentals before e (e.g. kwe → te “and”).

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