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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1c)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  24/07/2017) The Albanian Linguistic Journey from Ancient Illyricum to EU “Lexical Borrowings” Introduction Lexical borrowings are responsible for as much as ninety percent of the Albanian vocabulary and due to globalization, this percentage is about to grow … Continue reading

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Introduction to Linguistic Analysis& European languages origins

The Basics: Linguistics and behaviorism Since the 1920s, linguistics experienced a great development in the United States. A great deal of descriptive work was made on the Indian languages, which was associated with anthropological studies. This field work gradually gave … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1b)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 12/08/2016) THE GREEK ELEMENT IN THE FIRST ETIMOLOGIC DICTIONARY OF ALBANIAN LANGUAGE Abstract The Albanian language and its history have always attracted the attention of the scholars during the last two centuries. The Etymologic Dictionary of Albanian … Continue reading

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THE AEOLODOREAN HELLENIC DIALECT FORMS OF NOWADAYS-THE ALBANIAN (1a)

The Role of The Greek Borrowings In Albanian Lexis Abstract The purpose of this study is to distinguish the Greek borrowings in Albanian language and to define their role in the layers of the Albanian lexis. Even though Albanian is … Continue reading

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HELLENIC ANCIENT DIALECTS – PROTO G(R)AI(E)AK / MEROS Hlast

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  17/03/14 ) THE END R.S.P. BEEKES third version jan. 2007(second version, November 2003)To the memory of Edzard Johan Furnee SOURCE  http://www.ieed.nl

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DORIC HELLENIC DIALECT

Doric dialect, also called West Greek,  a dialect of Ancient Greek that in Mycenaean times was spoken by seminomadic Greeks living around the Pindus Mountains. After the Dorian migrations near the end of the 2nd millennium bc, Doric-speaking Greeks were found … Continue reading

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HELLENIC ANCIENT DIALECTS – PROTO G(R)AI(E)AK / MEROS Z

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  17/07/13 )   (TO BE CONTINUED) R.S.P. BEEKES third version jan. 2007(second version, November 2003)To the memory of Edzard Johan Furnee SOURCE  http://www.ieed.nl

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