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Index

  • phonology: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 16, 57, 125, 130, 207
  • morphology: 6, 12, 91
  • syntax and semantics: 1, 47, 79, 113, 158, 191, 246, 275
  • philosophy of language: 67, 130, 206 
  • mathematical linguistics: 6, 7, 8, 67, 79
  • Afro-Asiatic: 147, 165
  • Altaic: 156, 161, 216, 256
  • Amerindian:
    • Athabaskan: 265
    • Salish: 16
    • Wakashan: 11
  • Chinese: 158, 162
  • Gilyak (Nivkh): 205
  • Indo-European: 30, 32, 34, 38, 44, 49, 60, 63, 65, 66, 68, 71, 72, 75, 80, 93, 111, 130, 143, 145, 161, 162, 174, 187, 241, 243, 244, 247, 269, 271, 272, 276, 280, 282, 292, 295, 297, 302, 304, 305, 309, 310, 313, 314, 315, 316, 320, 322
    • Indo-Uralic: 49, 112, 130, 203, 205, 213, 216, 223, 247, 256, 272
  • Albanian: 22, 85, 94, 146, 183
  • Anatolian: 202, 223, 241, 244, 269, 297
  • Armenian: 18, 20, 22, 31, 42, 48, 61, 62, 63, 73, 76, 77, 81, 85, 90, 92, 101, 104, 116, 126, 127, 133, 137, 139, 148, 170, 176, 178, 179, 193, 194, 200, 248, 299
  • Baltic: 19, 23, 25, 30, 33, 40, 43, 50, 63, 64, 99, 100, 141, 173, 175, 201, 218, 220, 221, 224, 227, 228, 234, 236, 242, 245, 253, 261, 263, 264, 265, 267, 270, 277, 279, 281, 283, 284, 290, 292, 293, 295, 300, 303, 309, 319
    • Latvian: 132
    • Lithuanian: 41, 99, 110, 136, 214
    • Prussian: 15, 78, 87, 103, 140, 151, 152, 153, 155, 159, 160, 166, 169, 172, 181, 184, 185, 186, 190, 195, 196, 199, 204, 215, 237, 258, 259, 260, 278, 311
  • Celtic: 35, 46, 51, 68, 70, 129, 144, 150, 157, 167, 189, 210, 231, 232, 239, 268, 315
  • Germanic: 30, 55, 72, 88, 102, 105, 109, 115, 119, 120, 122, 128, 130, 135, 143, 182, 192, 198, 217, 219, 225, 230, 235, 240, 265, 272, 273, 298, 303
    • English: 84, 142, 180, 211, 238, 317, 318, 320
    • German: 123, 138, 229
    • Scandinavian: 72, 117, 124, 197, 211, 212, 250, 251, 266
  • Greek: 60, 97, 98
  • Indo-Iranian: 38, 65, 188, 254, 286, 305
  • Italic: 46, 232, 239
  • Phrygian: 302, 306
  • Slavic: 14, 19, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 33, 36, 39, 40, 43, 45, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 63, 64, 66, 69, 71, 74, 82, 93, 100, 106, 121, 141, 187, 207, 208, 209, 218, 222, 226, 228, 233, 234, 236, 242, 245, 249, 252, 253, 255, 257, 262, 263, 264, 265, 267, 275, 277, 283, 284, 288, 290, 291, 294, 300, 301, 303, 307, 308, 312, 321
    • Bulgarian: 52, 59, 108
    • Polabian: 107
    • Polish: 5, 163
    • Russian: 1, 4, 6, 9, 12, 37, 47, 91, 197, 246
    • Slovene: 17, 21, 108, 131, 134, 154, 164, 208, 285
  • Thracian: 101
  • Tocharian: 63, 89, 95, 96, 114, 118, 149, 274, 287, 289, 296, 314
[1969]
1 The semantics of the Russian verb. Review of: Ju.D. Apresjan, Èksperimental'noe issledovanie semantiki russkogo glagola (Moskva: Nauka, 1967). Lingua 27/1 (1971), 53-81.  
2Exacte methoden in de linguïstiek. Raster 3/2 (1969), 153-161.  
[1970]
3Sur l'identification des unités phonologiques du castillan. Linguistics 111 (1973), 43-50.  
4Phonetics and phonemics of standard Russian. Tijdschrift voor Slavische Taal- en Letterkunde 2 (1973), 73-83.  
5O fonologii sovremennogo pol'skogo literaturnogo jazyka. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 19/1 (1974), 53-58.  
[1971]
6Russian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verb forms. Tijdschrift voor Slavische Taal- en Letterkunde 1 (1972), 51-80.  
6aRussian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verbal forms (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1976).  
6eRussian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verb forms (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012). 
7Modelling the phoneme: New trends in East European phonemic theory (The Hague: Mouton, 1972).  
[1972]
8 The identification of phonemic units. La Linguistique 9/2 (1973), 119-130.  
9 Optional features in contemporary Russian. Dutch contributions to the 7th international congress of slavists (The Hague: Mouton, 1973), 107-114.  
10The flexion of the Russian substantive. (ms.) 
[1973]
11Tones in Wakashan. Dutch contributions to the 8th international conference on Salish languages (Leiden, 1973).  
11a Tones in Wakashan. Linguistics 146 (1975), 31-34.  
12 Russian nominal flexion. Linguistics 130 (1974), 55-70.  
12eRussian nominal flexion (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012). 
13 On the history of Baltic accentuation. Historical linguistics II (Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1974), 295-309.  
14Slavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1975).  
14aSlavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology. Preprint (Amsterdam, 1974).  
14eSlavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002). 
[1974]
15 Old Prussian accentuation. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 88/2 (1974), 299-306.  
16 A note on Shuswap phonemics. Dutch contributions to the 9th international conference on Salish languages (Leiden, 1974).  
17 The Slovene neo-circumflex. The Slavonic and East European Review 54/1 (1976), 1-10.  
18 Notes on Armenian historical phonology I. Studia Caucasica 3 (1976), 91-100.  
19 Initial *u in Baltic and Slavic. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 91/1 (1977), 37-40.  
[1975]
20 A note on the Armenian palatalization. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 89/1 (1975), 43-45. 
21 Jers and nasal vowels in the Freising Fragments. Slavistična Revija 23 (1975), 405-412.  
22 Albanian and Armenian. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 94 (1980), 243-251.  
23 I.-E. palatovelars before resonants in Balto-Slavic. Recent developments in historical phonology (The Hague: Mouton, 1978), 237-243.  
23aComment on W. Winter's paper. Recent developments in historical phonology (The Hague: Mouton, 1978), 447.  
24 PIE. *gwH3iu- 'to live'. (ms.) 
[1976]
25 Historical laws of Baltic accentuation. Baltistica 13/2 (1977), 319-330.  
26 Sur l'accentuation des noms postverbaux en slave. Dutch contributions to the 8th international congress of slavists (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1979), 325-328.  
26aThe accentuation of suffixless deverbal nouns in Slavic. In: 275, 67-70. 
27 Zur Akzentuierung der Kiever Blätter. Zeitschrift für slavische Philologie 41/1 (1980), 1-4.  
27aThe accentuation of the Kiev Leaflets. In: 275, 71-73. 
[1977]
28 A history of Slavic accentuation. Review of: P. Garde, Histoire de l'accentuation slave (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1976). Lingua 44/1 (1978), 67-91.  
29 On the history of Slavic accentuation. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 92 (1978), 269-281.  
30On the history of the genitive plural in Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, and Indo-European. Lingua 45 (1978), 281-300. 
30eOn the history of the genitive plural in Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, and Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008). 
[1978]
31 Notes on Armenian historical phonology II: The second consonant shift. Studia Caucasica 4 (1978), 9-16.  
31a Patmahamematakan hnč'yunabanut'yan harc'er B: Hayereni patmakan hnč'yunabanut'yan aknark (Baɫajaynneri erkrord teɫašarž). [Voprosy istoriko-sravnitel'noj fonetiki II: Očerk istoričeskoj fonetiki armjanskogo jazyka (Vtoroe peredviženie soglasnyx).] Hayoc' Lezu ev Grakanut'yun [Armjanskij Jazyk i Literatura] (1983) 1, 63-70.  
32 Proto-Indo-European obstruents. Indogermanische Forschungen 83 (1978), 107-118.  
33 Toward a reconstruction of the Balto-Slavic verbal system. Lingua 49/1 (1979), 51-70.  
34H2o and oH2. Lingua Posnaniensis 23 [Fs. Kudzinowski] (1980), 127-128.  
35 The Old Irish absolute and conjunct endings and questions of relative chronology. Ériu 30 (1979), 35-53.  
36 On the history of the Slavic nasal vowels. Indogermanische Forschungen 84 (1979), 259-272.  
[1979]
37 Review of: R. L'Hermitte, La phrase nominale en russe (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1978). Lingua 48 (1979), 289-291.  
38 Glottalic consonants in Sindhi and Proto-Indo-European. Indo-Iranian Journal 23/1 (1981), 15-19.  
39 Review of: A. Vaillant, Grammaire comparée des langues slaves V: La syntaxe (Paris: Klincksieck, 1977). Lingua 48 (1979), 393-394.  
40 Three problems of Balto-Slavic phonology. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 22/2 (1979), 57-63.  
41 Review of: M. Hasiuk, Fonologia litewskiej gwary sejneńskiej (Poznań: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, 1978). Lingua 49 (1979), 266-267.  
42 On the relative chronology of Armenian sound changes. Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Armenian linguistics (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1980), 97-106.  
42a Patmahamematakan hnč'yunabanut'yan harc'er A: Hayereni hnč'yunap'oxut'yunneri haraberakan žamanakagrut'yan masin. [Voprosy istoriko-sravnitel'noj fonetiki I: Ob otnositel'noj xronologii čeredovanij v armjanskom jazyke.] Hayoc' Lezu ev Grakanut'yun [Armjanskij Jazyk i Literatura] (1983) 1, 54-62.  
[1980]
43 Review of: V.M. Illich-Svitych, Nominal accentuation in Baltic and Slavic (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1979). Lingua 51/4 (1980), 346-354.  
44 1st sg. middle *-H₂. Indogermanische Forschungen 86 (1981), 123-136.  
45 Review of: E. Stankiewicz, Studies in Slavic morphophonemics and accentology (Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, 1979). Lingua 52 (1980), 198-200.  
46 More evidence for Italo-Celtic. Ériu 32 (1981), 1-22.  
47 Temporal gradation and temporal limitation. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 1 [Fs. Ebeling] (1980), 237-246.  
47eTemporal gradation and temporal limitation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
48 On the Armenian personal endings. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 2 (1981), 29-34.  
49 Proto-Indo-European verbal syntax. Journal of Indo-European Studies 11 (1983), 307-324.  
49eProto-Indo-European verbal syntax (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008). 
50 Innovations which betray archaisms. Baltistica 18/1 (1982), 4-9.  
[1981]
51 Phonemicization and rephonemicization of the Old Irish mutations. Ériu 33 (1982), 73-83.  
52 Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie kommentarii k bolgarskomu udareniju. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 25/1 (1982), 91-96.  
52a Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie kommentarii k bolgarskomu udareniju. Părvi meždunarodni kongres po bălgaristika. Dokladi I: Istoričeski razvoj na bălgarskija ezik (Sofija: BAN, 1983), 169-176.  
52bBulgarian accentuation. In: 275, 111-115. 
53 Review of: J. Marvan, Prehistoric Slavic contraction (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1979). Lingua 56/1 (1982), 98-100.  
54 IE *pt in Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 3/1 (1982), 25-28.  
55 On final syllables in Slavic. Journal of Indo-European Studies 11 (1983), 167-185.  
56 A rejoinder. Lingua 56/2 (1982), 182-183.  
[1982]
57 Linguistic theory, universals, and Slavic accentuation. Folia Linguistica Historica 4/1 (1983), 27-43.  
58 Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic I. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 2: South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1982), 177-192.  
58eEarly dialectal diversity in South Slavic I (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
59 K ustanovleniju otnositel'noj xronologii vozniknovenija bolgarskogo dialekta praslavjanskogo jazyka. Palaeobulgarica / Starobălgaristika 8/1 (1984), 106-111.  
60 Greek numerals and PIE glottalic consonants. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 42 (1983), 97-104. 
61 Notes on Armenian historical phonology III: h-. Studia Caucasica 5 (1983), 9-16.  
62 Proto-Armenian case endings. International symposium on Armenian linguistics: Reports [Meždunarodnyj simpozium po armjanskomu jazykoznaniju: Doklady] (Erevan: AN Arm. SSR, 1984), 97-106.  
62a Naxahayereni holovakan verǰavorut'yunnerə. [Padežnye okončanija protoarmjanskogo jazyka.] Banber Erevani Hamalsarani [Vestnik Erevanskogo Universiteta] (1983) 1/49, 64-70.  
63 Demonstrative pronouns in Balto-Slavic, Armenian, and Tocharian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 3: Dutch contributions to the 9th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1983), 311-322.  
64 Long vowels in Balto-Slavic. Baltistica 21/2 (1985), 112-124.  
[1983]
65 Archaic ablaut patterns in the Vedic verb. Festschrift for Henry Hoenigswald (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1987), 219-223.  
66 Od praindoevropskog jezika do slovenskog (fonološki razvoj). Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 32/2 (1989), 41-58.  
66a From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic. Journal of Indo-European Studies 22 (1994), 91-112. 
66bFrom Proto-Indo-European to Slavic. In: 275, 157-176. 
66eFrom Proto-Indo-European to Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
67 A parasitological view of non-constructible sets. Studia linguistica diachronica et synchronica [Fs. Winter] (Berlin: Mouton, 1985), 477-483.  
67eA parasitological view of non-constructible sets (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
68 Old Irish subjunctives and futures and their Proto-Indo-European origins. Ériu 35 (1984), 179-187.  
69 On reduced vowels in Slavic. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 27-28 [Fs. Ivić] (1984-85), 367-368.  
70 Posttonic *w in Old Irish. Ériu 37 (1986), 89-92.  
71 The origin of the Slavic imperfect. Festschrift für Herbert Bräuer zum 65. Geburtstag (Köln: Böhlau, 1986), 253-258.  
72 Vestjysk stød, Icelandic preaspiration, and Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops. Languages and cultures: Studies in honor of Edgar C. Polomé (Berlin: Mouton, 1988), 353-357.  
[1984]
73 PIE. *H- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 5 (1984), 41-43.  
74 The progressive palatalization of Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 5/2 (1984), 211-219.  
75 Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops: The comparative evidence. Folia Linguistica Historica 6/2 (1985), 183-201.  
75a Praindoevropejskie glottalizovannye smyčnye (Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie dannye). Voprosy Jazykoznanija (1985) 4, 43-53.  
76 Notes on Armenian historical phonology IV. Studia Caucasica 6 (1985), 9-11.  
77 Arm. artawsr 'tear'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 6 [Fs. Djahukian] (1985), 59-61.  
78 Old Prussian infinitives in -ton and -twei. Symposium Balticum: A Festschrift to honour Professor Velta Rūķe-Draviņa (Hamburg: Helmut Buske, 1990), 213-218.  
79Semiotactics as a Van Wijngaarden grammar. Signs of friendship: To honour A.G.F. van Holk, slavist, linguist, semiotician (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984), 183-186.  
79eSemiotactics as a Van Wijngaarden grammar (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
80 Proto-Indo-European tones? Journal of Indo-European Studies 14 (1986), 153-160.  
81 The syncretism of nominative and accusative singular in Armenian. Revue des Études Arméniennes, n.s. 19 (1985), 19-24.  
82 Slavic imamĭ. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 31-32 [Fs. Birnbaum] (1985), 235-239.  
83 Comment on R. Orr's view. Journal of Indo-European Studies 14 (1986), 184.  
[1985]
84 The origin of the Old English dialects. Linguistics across historical and geographical boundaries I: Linguistic theory and historical linguistics [Fs. Fisiak] (Berlin: Mouton, 1986), 437-442.  
85 Armenian and Albanian. La place de l'arménien dans les langues indo-européennes (Leuven: Peeters, 1986), 38-47.  
86 Lachmann's law. The new sound of Indo-European: Essays in phonological reconstruction (Berlin: Mouton, 1989), 103-105.  
87The formation of the Old Prussian present tense. Baltistica 23/2 (1987), 104-111.  
88 The Germanic first class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 8 (1986), 27-31.  
88eThe Germanic first class of weak verbs (World Wide Web [pdf], 2009). 
89Review of: P. Anreiter, Bemerkungen zu den Reflexen indogermanischer Dentale im Tocharischen (Innsbruck: IBS, 1984). Bibliotheca Orientalis 43 (1986), 557-560.  
[1986]
90 Notes on Armenian historical phonology V. Studia Caucasica 7 (1987), 61-65.  
91 Nominal accentuation in contemporary standard Russian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 8: Dutch studies in Russian linguistics (1986), 367-371.  
92 Sigmatic or root aorist? Annual of Armenian Linguistics 8 (1987), 49-52.  
93 The laryngeal theory and Slavic accentuation. Die Laryngaltheorie und die Rekonstruktion des indogermanischen Laut- und Formensystems (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1988), 299-311.  
[1987]
94 PIE. *s in Albanian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 10: Dutch studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1987), 219-226.  
95 On the development of PIE. final syllables in Tocharian. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 2 (1988), 80-88.  
96 The Tocharian word for 'woman'. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 2 (1988), 77-79.  
97 The Aeolic optative. Rekonstruktion und relative Chronologie: Akten der 8. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Leiden, 1987] (Innsbruck: IBS, 1992), 235-239.  
98 The Greek 3rd pl. endings. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 49 (1988), 63-69.  
99 Lithuanian statýti and related formations. Baltistica 25/2 (1989), 104-112.  
[1988]
100 Remarks on Winter's law. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 11: Dutch contributions to the 10th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1988), 387-396.  
101 The Thraco-Armenian consonant shift. Linguistique Balkanique / Balkansko Ezikoznanie 31 (1988), 71-74. 
102 Proto-Germanic obstruents. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 27 (1988), 3-10. 
102a Nieuw licht op de Germaanse klankverschuivingen. Mededelingenblad van de Vereniging van Oudgermanisten 2/2 (1988), 23. 
103 Van Wijk's Altpreussische Studien revisited. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 12 [Gs. van Wijk] (1988), 89-97.  
104 The making of a puzzle. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 10 (1989), 43-52.  
105 The Germanic third class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 15 (1990), 3-10.  
106 On methods of dealing with facts and opinions in a treatment of the progressive palatalization of Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 9/2 (1989), 3-12.  
107 Der polabische Wortakzent. Zeitschrift für slavische Philologie 49/1 (1989), 163-170. 
107aPolabian accentuation. In: 275, 193-197. 
107ePolabian accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007). 
108 The accentuation of neuter nouns in Slovene and West Bulgarian. Slavistična Revija 37 [Gs. Rigler] (1989), 31-37. 
108eThe accentuation of neuter nouns in Slovene and West Bulgarian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007). 
[1989]
109 The Germanic weak preterit. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), 101-109. 
109eThe Germanic weak preterit (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007). 
110 Tokie šalti rytai. Baltistica 28/1 (1993), 45-48.  
111 The spread of the Indo-Europeans. Journal of Indo-European Studies 18 (1990), 131-140. 
111eThe spread of the Indo-Europeans (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002). 
112 Eight Indo-Uralic verbs? Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 50 (1989), 79-85.  
112a Vosem' indo-ural'skix glagolov? Voprosy Jazykoznanija (1992) 1, 101-104.  
113 On the meaning of the Japanese passive. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 24 (1992), 97-108. 
113eOn the meaning of the Japanese passive (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
[1990]
114 The fate of the sigmatic aorist in Tocharian. Tocharisch: Akten der Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Berlin, 1990]. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies, suppl. 4 (Reykjavík: Málvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands, 1994), 61-65.  
115 The Germanic seventh class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 18 (1991), 97-100.  
116 Arm. canawt' 'known'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 12 (1991), 1-4.  
117 The Old Norse i-umlaut. North-Western European Language Evolution 20 (1992), 27-31.  
[1991]
118 A note on the Tocharian dual. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 5 (1991), 5-10.  
119 Kluge's law and the rise of Proto-Germanic geminates. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), 1-4.  
120 The Germanic fifth class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 19 (1992), 101-107.  
121 Le statif indo-européen en slave. Revue des Études Slaves 64/3 [Gs. Lépissier] (1992), 373-376.  
121aThe Indo-European stative in Slavic. In: 275, 207-209. 
[1992]
122 The Germanic sixth class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 23 (1994), 69-73.  
123 Old High German umlaut. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 37 (1993), 19-20.  
124 On breaking. North-Western European Language Evolution 24 (1994), 15-19.  
125 The origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 26 (1993), 57-65.  
125a The origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems. Transeurasian linguistics, vol. II: Phonology (London: Routledge, 2017), 269-276. 
125eThe origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
[1993]
126 Proto-Armenian numerals. In honorem Holger Pedersen: Kolloquium der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Kopenhagen, 1993] (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1994), 253-257.  
127 Intervocalic *-w- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 14 (1993), 9-13.  
128 The Proto-Germanic pluperfect. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), 1-5.  
128eThe Proto-Germanic pluperfect (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007). 
129 Absolute and conjunct again. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 55 (1994), 61-68.  
130 General linguistics and Indo-European reconstruction. Rask 2 (1995), 91-109.  
130eGeneral linguistics and Indo-European reconstruction (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002). 
[1994]
131 The accentual system of the Freising manuscripts. Zbornik Brižinski spomeniki (Ljubljana: SAZU, 1996), 141-151.  
132 The etymology of Latvian nãkt 'to come'. Linguistica Baltica 3 (1994), 191-193.  
133 Palatalization of dentals in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 15 (1994), 27-31.  
134 On the accent marks in the First Freising Fragment. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 23: Studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1996), 167-171.  
134a O naglasnih znamenjih v Brižinskem spomeniku I. Slavistična Revija 42/4 (1994), 579-581.  
135 The Germanic fourth class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 25 (1995), 137-139.  
136 Lithuanian verbs in -auti and -uoti. Linguistica Baltica 4 [Gs. Kuryłowicz] (1995), 141-143.  
137 The sigmatic forms of the Armenian verb. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 16 (1995), 13-17.  
[1995]
138 The High German consonant shift. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 46 (1996), 53-57.  
138aKorrektur. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 47 (1997), 231.  
139 The Proto-Armenian verbal system. Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Armenian linguistics (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1996), 35-43.  
140 The development of the Prussian language in the 16th century. Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 55-76.  
140eThe development of the Prussian language in the 16th century (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006). 
141 PIE. lengthened grade in Balto-Slavic. Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp, vol. II [Journal of Indo-European Studies, monograph 25] (1997), 26-31.  
142 How old is the English glottal stop? North-Western European Language Evolution 31-32: Germanic studies in honor of Anatoly Liberman (1997), 175-179.  
142a Glottalisatie. NRC Handelsblad (21 juni 1997), 51.  
143 Labials, velars and labiovelars in Germanic. North-Western European Language Evolution 30 (1997), 45-50.  
144 The alleged early apocope of *-i in Celtic. Études Celtiques 32 (1996), 91-97.  
[1996]
145 The dual endings of the Indo-European verb. Studia Indogermanica Lodziensia 2 (1999), 71-73.  
146 PIE. *j in Albanian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 23: Studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1996), 173-176.  
147 Review of: Chr. Ehret, Reconstructing Proto-Afroasiatic (Proto-Afrasian): Vowels, tone, consonants, and vocabulary (Berkeley, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1995). Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 17 (1996), 183-189.  
148 Arm. całr 'laughter'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 17 (1996), 55-59.  
149The Tocharian imperfect. Historische Sprachforschung 109/2 (1996), 169-174.  
150 Thematic and athematic verb forms in Old Irish. Sound law and analogy: Papers in honor of Robert S.P. Beekes on the occasion of his 60th birthday (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997), 133-137.  
151The Prussian Catechismus I: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996). 
151aThe Prussian Catechismus I. In: 263, 309-312.  
152The Prussian Catechismus II: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996). 
152aThe Prussian Catechismus II. In: 263, 313-316. 
153The Prussian Enchiridion: An electronic text edition (world Wide Web [html], 1996). 
153aThe Prussian Enchiridion. In: 263, 317-370.  
154The Freising Manuscripts: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
155 Two Old Prussian fragments. Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 115-119.  
156 Are Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? Acta Orientalia (Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae) 51 (1998), 235-237.  
156a Are Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? International Journal of Central Asian Studies 3 (1998), 61-65.  
156eAre Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
157 Old Irish ol 'inquit'. Études Celtiques 32 (1996), 143-145.  
158 Syntax and semantics in the history of Chinese. The Journal of Intercultural Studies [Osaka] 25 (1998), 167-176.  
158eSyntax and semantics in the history of Chinese (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
159The Elbing Vocabulary: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
160Simon Grunau's Vocabulary: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996). .  
161 Japanese aru, iru, oru 'to be'. Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia 2 (1997), 167-170.  
161eJapanese aru, iru, oru 'to be' (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
162 Indo-European and Chinese: A comment on E.G. Pulleyblank's view. International Review of Chinese Linguistics 1/1 (1996), 30-31.  
163Kazania Świętokrzyskie: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
163a (with Jos Schaeken) Kazania Świętokrzyskie: A text edition. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 24: Dutch contributions to the 12th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1998), 317-327.  
164 Rounded nasal vowels in the Freising Fragments. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 24: Dutch contributions to the 12th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1998), 309-315. 
164a Zaokroženi nosni samoglasniki v Brižinskih spomenikih. Slavistična Revija 44/4 (1996), 393-398. 
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165 Review of: V.E. Orel & O.V. Stolbova, Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionary: Materials for a Reconstruction (Leiden: Brill, 1995). Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 20/2 (1999), 198-203.  
166 Who is who in the Old Prussian epigram? Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 127-128.  
167 On the relative chronology of Celtic sound changes. Historische Sprachforschung 110/2 (1997), 248-251.  
168 Lachmann's law again. Language change and typological variation: In honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the occasion of his 83rd birthday, vol. I: Language change and phonology [Journal of Indo-European Studies, monograph 30] (1999), 246-248.  
169 The Old Prussian preterit. ΠΟΛΥΤΡΟΠΟΝ [Fs. Toporov] (Moskva: Indrik, 1998), 144-147.  
170 Arm. nēr 'sister-in-law'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 18 (1997), 7-9.  
171 De buren van onze voorouders. Spinoza 97 (Den Haag: NWO, 1997), 9-17.  
171a De talen van de wereld. Hypothese 14 (september 1997), 3.  
172 The language of the Old Prussian catechisms. Res Balticae 4 (1998), 117-129.  
173 Baltic ē- and ī/jā-stems. Baltistica 32/2 (1997), 157-163.  
174 Review of: M. Fortescue, Indo-European reflections (Copenhagen: Reitzel, 1996). Language 74/3 (1998), 685-686.  
175 The rise and fall of glottalization in Baltic and Slavic. Linguistica Baltica 7 (1998), 147-150.  
[1998]
176 The development of *y- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 15-18. 
177 Voorwoord. De grote taalatlas (Haarlem: Schuyt, 1998), 6-7. 
178 Arm. gom 'am'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 19-20. 
179 Armenian glottalization revisited. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 11-14. 
180 The origin of the Old English dialects revisited. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 51 (1999), 45-51. 
181 Paragogic -e in the Old Prussian epigram. Baltistica 33/1 (1998), 39-40.  
182 Old Norse taka, Gothic tekan, Greek τεταγών. North-Western European Language Evolution 36 (2000), 59-65.  
183 Reflexes of Indo-European consonants in Albanian. Orpheus 8 (1998), 35-37.  
184 Double consonants in Old Prussian. Res Balticae 5 (1999), 75-80.  
185 An analysis of the Prussian First Catechism. Ponto-Baltica 8-9 (1998-1999), 7-14.  
[1999]
186 Old Prussian verb classes. Baltistica 34/1 (1999), 17-21.  
187 An Indo-European substratum in Slavic? Languages in prehistoric Europe (Heidelberg: Winter, 2003), 253-260. 
188 Accent and ablaut in the Vedic verb. Indo-Iranian Journal 47/1 (2004), 7-15. 
188eAccent and ablaut in the Vedic verb (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004). 
189Three notes on the Old Irish verb. Études Celtiques 34 (1998-2000), 143-146.  
190 Initial a- and e- in Old Prussian. Linguistica Baltica 8 (2000), 125-127.  
191 Japanese wa, mo, ga, wo, na, no. Proceedings of the second conference on Japanese linguistics and language teaching (Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale, 2007), 179-186. 
191eJapanese wa, mo, ga, wo, na, no (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
192 Preaspiration or preglottalization? Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 53 (2000), 7-10.  
193 The Armenian causative. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 20 (1999-2000), 47-49.  
[2000]
194Armeniaca: Comparative notes (Ann Arbor: Caravan, 2003). 
194a Introduction. In: 194, vii-ix.  
195 Old Prussian participles. Res Balticae 6 (2000), 69-75.  
196 The Prussian accent shift. Baltistica 34/2 (2000), 193-197.  
197 On Russenorsk. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 54 (2000), 123-127.  
197eOn Russenorsk (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
198 The origin of the Goths. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 55 (2001), 21-25.  
198eThe origin of the Goths (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
[2001]
199 Diphthongization and monophthongization in Old Prussian. Res Balticae 7 (2001), 57-65.  
200 Arm. ariwn 'blood'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 21 (2001), 11-12.  
201 OPr. -snā, Lith. -sena, Latv. -šana. Mvnera lingvistica et philologica Michaeli Hasivk dedicata [= Poznańskie Studia Bałtystyczne 1] (Poznań: Katedra Skandynawistyki i Baltologii UAM, 2001), 137-139.  
202Initial laryngeals in Anatolian. Orpheus 13-14 [Gs. Rikov] (2003-04), 9-12. 
202eInitial laryngeals in Anatolian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
203 The Indo-Uralic verb. Finno-Ugrians and Indo-Europeans: Linguistic and literary contacts [= Studia Fenno-Ugrica Groningana 2] (Maastricht: Shaker, 2002), 217-227. 
203eThe Indo-Uralic verb (World Wide Web [pdf], 2001).  
204 Old Prussian numerals. Baltu Filoloģija 11/1 (2002), 43-46. 
[2002]
205 Nivkh as a Uralo-Siberian language. Per aspera ad asteriscos [Fs. Rasmussen] (Innsbruck: IBS, 2004), 285-289. 
205eNivkh as a Uralo-Siberian language (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007). 
206 The origin and nature of the linguistic parasite. Language in time and space [Fs. Winter] (Berlin: Mouton, 2003), 241-244.  
206eThe origin and nature of the linguistic parasite (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
207
Bad theory, wrong conclusions: M. Halle on Slavic accentuation. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30: Dutch contributions to the 13th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (2003), 237-240.
 
207eBad theory, wrong conclusions: M. Halle on Slavic accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
208 Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic II. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30: Dutch contributions to the 13th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (2003), 215-235. 
208eEarly dialectal diversity in South Slavic II (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003). 
209 Indo-European e-, a-, o- in Slavic. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 44-45 [Gs. Birnbaum] (2002-03), 279-282.  
209eIndo-European e-, a-, o-

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