timeodanaos wrote:when I got home, however, and checked my historical grammar, it said that the third person plural was formed on the stem *s-, that is *senti. This makes as much sense as my original explanation, except one thing: Where did the inital s go? Naturally, it would have become h-, but initial aspirations don't just disappear, do they?
timeodanaos wrote:Do you use the comparative grammar of Greek and Latin by Sihler? Is it worth the 65$ it costs on Amazon?
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