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P. Petleva, V. A. Merkulova; ed by O. N. Trubačev. Etimologičeskij slovar’ slavjanskix jazykov. M 1974ff. D. N. Ušakov, G. O. Vinokur, B. A. Larin, S. I. Ožegov, and B. V. Tomaševskij. Tolkovyj slovar’ russkogo jazyka, vols 1 -4. M 1935—40. M. Vasmer (= M. Fasmer). Etimologičeskij slovar’ russkogo jazyka (trans, by O. N. Trubačev), vols. 1 -4 . M 1986-87. C. Watkins. The American Heritage Dictionary o f Indo-European Roots. Boston 1995. I. Zelko. Historična topografija Slovenije I. Prekmurje do leta 1500.

H) Loss of the imperfect, aor, and the past act pep. (i) Generalization of the 3rd pi pres tense marker -jo (< *- iq). (11) Common lexical innovations: zresna ‘seriously’, dekla ‘maid’, stareši ‘parent’, zoseb ‘particularly’, stunja ‘lazy person’, prešestvo ‘adultery’, kaca ‘snake’, ku­ riti ‘to heat’, ničemuren ‘vain’, šega ‘custom’, vohati ‘to sniff’, dokončati ‘to finish’, nazoči ‘present, in attendence’, tjeden ‘week’. Ramovš attributes a number of localized, primarily eastern Slovene phenom­ ena to later innovations, after the alleged Slovene-Kajkavian common period: (12) The change -/ > -o in word-final and preconsonantal position (Međimurje, Prekmurje, Slovenske gorice); -I > -o > -a in the Ščavnica Valley.

Bp, 1925. J. J. Mikkola. ” AfslPh 41,1927. R. Nahtigal. ” SR 4/1—2,1951. A. Neéak-Lük. ” The Socio­ linguistics o f Slovene (ed by M. L. Greenberg) (= International Journal o f the Sociology o f Language 124). Brl 1997. L. Niederle. Slovanské staroiitnosti II. Pûvod a pocâtky Slovanù jižm'ch. Prague 1910. S. Pirchegger. Die slawischen Ortsnamen im Mürzgebiet (= Veröffentlichungen des Slavischen Instituts an der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin 1). Brl 1927. A. Pieterski. ” ZBS, 1996. V. Polak.

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