Beekes

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Proto-Indo-European Pronouns - Personal Pronouns
... The following tables give the paradigms as reconstructed by Beekes and by Sihler Personal pronouns (Beekes) First person Second person Singular Plural Singular Plural Nominative *h₁eǵ(oH/Ho ...
Robert S. P. Beekes
... Robert Stephen Paul Beekes ( born in Haarlem in 1937) is Emeritus Professor of Comparative Indo-European Linguistics at the University of Leiden and ... Professor Beekes is also a leading authority on the Etruscan language and co-author with L ... He advocates the oriental origin theory for the Etruscans Currently, Beekes is working at Pre-Greek, the (non-Indo-European) language that was spoken in Greece before Greek came in, possibly around 2000 BC ...
Proto-Indo-European Language - Morphology - Pronoun
... According to Beekes, there were also two varieties for the accusative, genitive and dative cases, a stressed and an enclitic form Personal pronouns (Beekes) First ...
Proto-Indo-European Pronouns - Demonstrative Pronouns
... As for demonstratives, Beekes tentatively reconstructs a system with only two pronouns *so "this, that" and *h₁e "the (just named)" (anaphoric, reconstructed as *ei- by Fortson) ... paradigms Demonstrative pronouns (Beekes) Singular Plural Masculine Neuter Feminine Masculine Neuter Feminine Nominative *so *tod *seh₂ *toi *teh₂ *seh₂i?? Accusative *tóm *teh ...