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Indogermanische Grammatik

Volume 1. Einleitung. I. Etymologie. II Konsonantismus

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  • Date Published: November 2009
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108006736

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  • Hermann Alfred Hirt (1865–1936) taught Greek, Latin and early Germanic languages at Leipzig University from 1892 to 1912 before moving to the chair of Sanskrit and comparative linguistics at Giessen. Born around the time when Bopp and Schleicher were publishing their ground-breaking work on Indo-European, and a young man when Brugmann published his monumental comparative grammar (all available in this series), Hirt began this seven-volume grammar in the 1920s soon after the exciting discovery of Tocharian and the decipherment of Hittite. The project arose out of his extensive research on the historical phonology of Indo-European vowels, which led him to consider much wider issues. Volume 1 (1927) introduces the Indo-European language family, its origins and subgroups, discusses etymology, roots and semantic shift, and analyses the Indo-European consonant system.

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    • Date Published: November 2009
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108006736
    • length: 388 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.49kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Einleitung
    1. Zur Geschichte der indogermanischen Sprachwissenschaft
    2. Die einzelnen idg. Sprachen
    3. Die Verwandtschaft des Idg. mit anderen Sprachgruppen
    4. Der Verwandtschaftsverhältnisse der idg. Sprachen
    5. Die Entstehung der einzelen idg. Sprachen und der Mundarten
    6. Die Urheimat der Indogermanen
    7. Die Erschliessung der idg. Grundsprache
    8. Indogermanisch und europäische Sprachen
    9. Die Phonetik und die Umschreibung der verschiedenen Alphabete
    10. Sprachpsychologie
    Part I. Etymologie:
    11. Die Lautlehre
    12. Grundgesetze der etymologischen Forschung
    13. Die Bedeutung der Wörter
    14. Verwandte und entlehnte Wörter
    15. Verlust von Worten
    16. Etymologie und Kulturgeschichte
    Part II. Der idg. Konsonantismus:
    17. Die Sonorlaute
    18. Die Zischlaute
    19. Idg. j und w
    20. Die idg. Tenues und Mediä
    21. Die idg. Mediä aspiratä
    22. Die Lautverschiebung
    23. Das Hauchdissimilationsgesetz im Griechischen und Indischen
    24. Die Gutturalreihen
    25. Die Tenues aspiratä
    26. Sonstige Laute des Idg.
    27. Konsonantenverbindungen
    28. Die r-Verbindungen
    29. Die l-Verbindungen
    30. Die n-Verbindungen
    31. Die m-Verbindungen
    32. Die w-Verbindungen
    33. Die j-Verbindungen
    34. Die s-Verbindungen
    35. Veränderungen des Konsonantenstandes im Idg. Schwund von Konsonanten
    36. Konsontantenwechsel
    37. Auslautsgesetze
    38. Der Anlaut
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