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 question about a word from Scots Gaelic
 Old English teran and þorn
 Is Gothic “im” equal to Proto-Slavic “ę” only in a closed syllable?
 Could Old Slavic трава (trava) "grass" and терн (tern) "thorn" be cognate?
 Coud Gothic gatairan and þaurnus be cognate?
 Is current Gothic normalised transliteration correct or not?
 Why are Proto-Germanic *kurnô and Proto-Slavic *gorxъ not cognate?
 Homophones, Homographs and Synonyms in Spanish
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