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An Agreement Between The Sardians And The Mermnads In The Lydian Language

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For example, the lydic vowels ẽ, ã, e and o always carry the accent, except in verbs combinations and combinations, where more than one of these vowels may occur and therefore one of them is accented or has only a secondary accent. However, metric inscriptions scanned by Eichner (1986a: 16-21) show that pre-dayers are regularly inacflamed. The vowels a, i and you can be either accented or inaccurate, but the occasional spelling Plene in -aa- and -ii- is a device used by Lydians to indicate that the vowel is accented. On the other hand, vocal fluids (λ, r) and vocal noses (ν, n) are usually unacflammable. Eichner (1986a) provided another way to determine the position of the accent, as we believe he deciphered the lydian poetic metrum2 By correctly scanning a verse, the position of the accent is revealed in a particular word. In this regard, Lydian has a great advantage over other Anatolian languages. For the dialectal difference in the nominal endings between Kizzuwatna and Empire Luwian, see Yakubovich 2010: 26-38. Unlike luvi and lyrical, the lydian language extended the mutation i to a few fines of castration. The extension appears to be limited to adjective strains of castration (see 4.2 and 4.4).

This could be explained by the fact that adjective strains of castration share a paradigm with their common counterpart that motivates the enlargement process; the singular nominative/akkusative neutrum supports the i mutation by paradigmatic leveling. In contrast, non-mutant adjective stems (< *-ó-) do not have an i mutation in the neutrum, as is the case for the common sex; See aaa – `other` (< `ali̯ó-), aaas: aaad. The Neutrum Pluriel Pluriel in -a (< *-eh2) (z.B) for thematic tribes. Niwiswa) is rarely attested with adjectives.

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