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A Baltic Language Connection
to Ancient Languages and Cultures


Latvian is the only Indo-European language having no aspirates.
This is an ancient language feature which the
Nostraticists say
marked Proto-Indo-European.

Leonija Wuss-Mundeciema writes:
"The Latvian language
[together with Lithuanian and Ancient Prussian],
belongs to the Baltic languages
which occupy a special position in Indo-European...
since they retain archaic forms close to
Sanskrit ...."


Similarities of the Baltic languages to Hebrew,
ancient Greek, and Sanskrit were noted long ago by Franz Bopp,
the founder of comparative linguistics, in the work
Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin,
Lithuanian, Gothic, German and Slavonic Languages

by Franz Bopp et al, H.H. Wilson editor, E. B. Eastwick (translator).


August von Schloezer
(the linguist who coined the term "Semitic" 200 years ago)
also saw similar connections to Latvian.

Bopp Nominative Feminine Ordinal Numbers

The image above from Bopp's Comparative Grammar (p. 452)
compares nominative feminine ordinal numbers
in Sanskrit, Zend (Avesta), Doric (Dorian) Greek, Latin,
Gothic, Lithuanian and Old Sclavonic (Slavonic).


__________


Alan Bomhard
provides the athematic Nostratic endings found below,
which, as Bomhard writes
-
and as Franz Bopp suggested 200 years ago (!) -
"can be nothing else but agglutinated personal pronouns".



Singular Personal Suffixes

There is essentially complete agreement between
Nostratic,
Pharaonic Egyptian
and Latvian

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1st Person Singular
Nostratic *-m
Pharaonic
j me
Latvian
esmu / ejmu

2nd Person Singular
Nostratic *-t
Pharaonic
k
Latvian
tu / kas

3rd Person Singular
Nostratic
*-s
Pharaonic
"her" f//v and "him" sh-
Latvian
"she"
šī (pronounced "she)
and viņa
and "him"
šī (pronounced "she)
and
viņš (pronounced "vinsh")

Andis Kaulins
added the Pharaonic and Latvian
comparisons above
to Nostratic.
__________

But WHO out there knows Latvian?
or Lithuanian?

Very few people.

In the pages of LexiLine,
we try to resurrect important aspects of the Baltic languages
for linguistic and laymen's examination.

The Baltic languages represent many aspects
of the still recoverable agglutinative stage of language development
prior to inflection and later loss of inflection,
a loss of inflection such as we find in modern English.













 

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