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Glad to be here, on the Linguist Forum. I had a philosophy article published earlier in the week: Language: Two Himalayan Mistakes. It goes to how we set the bounds of a word's meaning, and how we qualify that meaning thereafter. In short, it is about subject and predicate. I'd be glad if you can take a look. My latest attempt to overthrow linguistics as we know it. ;)
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That won't be a very efficient way to learn Latin, but certainly this can be a relevant way to study historical linguistics.

Pokorny's etymological dictionary of PIE roots, originally written in German (e.g.  and, is available in English translation here: -- or or (Note that the 'Indo-European Revival Association' isn't a historical linguistics group per se but an effort to actually revise, and therefore in some ways extend/amend Proto-Indo-European for modern usage, but their version of Pokorny's dictionary is probably not changed much.)
Hello everyone,

I want to learn latin vocabulary systematically on the basis of proto-indo-european roots.
The source/book should list pie roots and latin words derived from them, including words derived by addition of further affixes.

Can anyone recommend something?

Thanks for help,
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