Chris Weimer wrote:What's the reason for ÎµÎ¾ (six) to be placed in this category? Does it not follow the pattern like the rest of the s->h words?
Chris Weimer wrote:What's the reason for ÎµÎ¾ (six) to be placed in this category?
swiftnicholas wrote:I noticed one thing in the first paragraph, "The starting point my list", presumably "of" or "for my list".
And I noticed that á¼™Îºá½±Ï„Î· wasn't on the list, which would put you one up on Cunliffe.
And when I checked Cunliffe just now for á¼™Îºá½±Ï„Î·, to avoid looking stupid, I also noticed some words which aren't on the list, but some of these might just fall under á¼‘Îºá½±Ï‚....
Chris Weimer wrote:Thanks William for the clarification. I had forgotten about the *seks v. *sweks variation. I did know that.
annis wrote:I checked the index nominum to both the Iliad and the Odyssey. Homer not once mentions Hecate.
Bert wrote:Thanks. So what does a lower case Digamma look like? It appears a lot like the "at" sign. (@)
And what is the keystroke for it?
annis wrote:Bert wrote:Thanks. So what does a lower case Digamma look like? It appears a lot like the "at" sign. (@)
Both large and small a digamma should look a lot like 'F'.
What is it in SPIonic.annis wrote:And what is the keystroke for it?
That will depend on your keyboard input method/program.
Bert wrote:Here are a few. (I never realized there are that many. These five are from two pages of Cunliffe.)
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