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Where Caesar's Latin does not belong: a comparative grammar based approach to Romance etymology

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Presented at Etymology 2 session
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Since its beginning in the 19th century, when dealing with inherited lexicon, Romance etymology and etymography always promoted Latin etyma. In a quite revolutionary paper, J.-P. Chambon (2007) recommended recreating Romance etymology on the basis of comparative grammar. This paper applies this novel method of practicing Romance etymology by reconstructing the common ancestor of lexemes like Romanian a cădea "to fall", Italian cadere, French choir and Spanish ca...

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ATILF (CNRS & Nancy-Université)
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uuid:237856e6-a327-448b-898c-cb1860766e59
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