satem
adjective Etymology: Avestan satəm hundred; from the fact that its initial sound (derived from an alveolar fricative) is the representative of an Indo-European palatal stop — more at hundred Date: 1901 of, relating to, or constituting an Indo-European language group in which the palatal stops became in prehistoric times palatal or alveolar fricatives — compare centum

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  • satem — SÁTEM s. n. limbă indo europeană care a păstrat în evoluţia ei sunetul s înaintea vocalelor e şi i. (< germ. Satem/sprache/) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • satem — [sä′təm] adj. [< Avestan satəm, hundred < Sans sátám: see HUNDRED): so named because the initial sound illustrates the typical development in this group of the IE palatal stop, which in the centum group is a velar stop] designating or of… …   English World dictionary

  • Satem — Mapa diacrónico que muestra las zonas de lenguas centum (azul) y satem (rojo). Las que se suponen como origen de la satemización están marcadas en rojo oscuro. La palabra satem es utilizada para denominar un grupo de lenguas Indoeuropeas que… …   Wikipedia Español

  • satem — /sah teuhm/, adj. belonging to or consisting of those branches of the Indo European family in which alveolar or palatal fricatives, as the sounds /s/ or /sh/, developed in ancient times from Proto Indo European palatal stops: the satem branches… …   Universalium

  • Satem — En avéstico, ciento . Este término hace referencia al criterio de división de la lengua indoeuropea basado en las leyes de Grimm y Verner. De acuerdo con estas leyes, en ciertas familias indoeuropeas (albana, armenia, indoirania, eslava y en… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • satem — sà·tem agg.inv. TS ling. solo nella loc. → lingua satem {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1933. ETIMO: dall avestico sat{{wmetafile0}}m propr. cento …   Dizionario italiano

  • satem — ndm ∆ jęz. Języki satem «języki, w których hipotetyczne praindoeuropejskie k palatalne przeszło w s (np. staroperskie sat∂m = sto), a g palatalne w z; języki satemowe» …   Słownik języka polskiego

  • satem — /ˈsatəm/ (say sahtuhm) adjective relating to those Indo European languages which changed primitive Indo European {k} to [s], in contrast to those which retained the {k}. Compare centum. {Avestan satem hundred (an example of this change, where… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Satem — Карта ареалов Кентум (синий) и Сатем (красный). Предполагаемая исходная область сатемизации показана ярко красным цветом. Гипотетическая ситуация около 2000 до н.э.. Область распространения культуры шнуровой керамики выделена жёлтым цветом.… …   Википедия

  • satem — adjective referring to a Proto Indo European language group that produced sibilants from a series of palatovelar stops. Ant: centum …   Wiktionary

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