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Lőrinczi Gábor Aug 10, 2014 (13:20)

I do not have PE/21, but I saw the EN word flinc in Roman's list on Mellyn Lammath. My question is, if this comes from a root *SLIK (or something like that), then the "standard" S form is #lhinc, am I right?

Matt Dinse Aug 10, 2014 (17:14)

The root is rather philik, i.e. OT phile (pl. philiki), and phlinke: EN flinc, Q filinke. The 30s mention had philik, spilik, filit/filiki and spilínkē > filinke, flinc.

At any rate it sounds like you could use a copy of David Giraudeau's PE21 wordlist :)

Lőrinczi Gábor Aug 10, 2014 (17:45)

Thanks! ;)