Proto-Indo-European morphology


Proto-Indo-European morphology

*Indo-European ablaut
*Proto-Indo-European noun
*Proto-Indo-European numerals
*Proto-Indo-European pronouns and particles
*Proto-Indo-European root
*Proto-Indo-European verb

ee also

*Proto-Indo-European phonology


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