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Sat Sep 25 2010

Qs: Indo-European for 'oak' 'tree' 'door' & related

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        1.    T.M. Hawley, Indo-European for 'oak' 'tree' 'door' & related

Message 1: Indo-European for 'oak' 'tree' 'door' & related
Date: 21-Sep-2010
From: T.M. Hawley <t.m.hawley01gmail.com>
Subject: Indo-European for 'oak' 'tree' 'door' & related
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Author under contract to write popular nonfiction book regarding oak wood,
trees, and forests seeks interviews with linguists having expertise in
Indo-European languages. Briefly put, I am seeking to understand the evolution
of the words 'oak', 'tree', 'truth', 'door' and their cognates with as much
cultural context as possible.

Any help will be very much appreciated and duly acknowledged.

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
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