Frederik Kortlandt: Bibliography


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[1969]
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1 The semantics of the Russian verb. Review of: Ju.D. Apresjan, Èksperimental'noe issledovanie semantiki russkogo glagola (Moskva: Nauka, 1967). Lingua 27/1 (1971), 53-81.  
2 Exacte methoden in de linguïstiek. Raster 3/2 (1969), 153-161.  
[1970]
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3 Sur l'identification des unités phonologiques du castillan. Linguistics 111 (1973), 43-50.  
4 Phonetics and phonemics of standard Russian. Tijdschrift voor Slavische Taal- en Letterkunde 2 (1973), 73-83.  
5 O fonologii sovremennogo pol'skogo literaturnogo jazyka. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 19/1 (1974), 53-58.  
[1971]
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6 Russian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verb forms. Tijdschrift voor Slavische Taal- en Letterkunde 1 (1972), 51-80.  
6a Russian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verbal forms (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1976).  
6e Russian conjugation: Computer synthesis of Russian verb forms (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
7 Modelling the phoneme: New trends in East European phonemic theory (The Hague: Mouton, 1972).  
[1972]
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8 The identification of phonemic units. La Linguistique 9/2 (1973), 119-130.  
9 Optional features in contemporary Russian. Dutch contributions to the 7th international congress of slavists (The Hague: Mouton, 1973), 107-114.  
10 The flexion of the Russian substantive. (ms.)  
[1973]
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11 Tones in Wakashan. Dutch contributions to the 8th international conference on Salish languages (Leiden, 1973).  
11a Tones in Wakashan. Linguistics 146 (1975), 31-34.  
12 Russian nominal flexion. Linguistics 130 (1974), 55-70.  
12e Russian nominal flexion (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
13 On the history of Baltic accentuation. Historical linguistics II (Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1974), 295-309.  
14 Slavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1975).  
14a Slavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology. Preprint (Amsterdam, 1974).  
14e Slavic accentuation: A study in relative chronology (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
[1974]
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15 Old Prussian accentuation. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 88/2 (1974), 299-306.  
16 A note on Shuswap phonemics. Dutch contributions to the 9th international conference on Salish languages (Leiden, 1974).  
17 The Slovene neo-circumflex. The Slavonic and East European Review 54/1 (1976), 1-10.  
18 Notes on Armenian historical phonology I. Studia Caucasica 3 (1976), 91-100.  
19 Initial *u in Baltic and Slavic. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 91/1 (1977), 37-40.  
[1975]
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20 A note on the Armenian palatalization. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 89/1 (1975), 43-45.  
21 Jers and nasal vowels in the Freising Fragments. Slavistična Revija 23 (1975), 405-412.  
22 Albanian and Armenian. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 94 (1980), 243-251.  
23 I.-E. palatovelars before resonants in Balto-Slavic. Recent developments in historical phonology (The Hague: Mouton, 1978), 237-243.  
23a Comment on W. Winter's paper. Recent developments in historical phonology (The Hague: Mouton, 1978), 447.  
24 PIE. *gwH3iu- 'to live'. (ms.)  
[1976]
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25 Historical laws of Baltic accentuation. Baltistica 13/2 (1977), 319-330.  
26 Sur l'accentuation des noms postverbaux en slave. Dutch contributions to the 8th international congress of slavists (Lisse: Peter de Ridder, 1979), 325-328.  
26a The accentuation of suffixless deverbal nouns in Slavic. In: 275, 67-70.  
27 Zur Akzentuierung der Kiever Blätter. Zeitschrift für slavische Philologie 41/1 (1980), 1-4.  
27a The accentuation of the Kiev Leaflets. In: 275, 71-73.  
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28 A history of Slavic accentuation. Review of: P. Garde, Histoire de l'accentuation slave (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1976). Lingua 44/1 (1978), 67-91.  
29 On the history of Slavic accentuation. Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung 92 (1978), 269-281.  
30 On the history of the genitive plural in Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, and Indo-European. Lingua 45 (1978), 281-300.  
30e On the history of the genitive plural in Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, and Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
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31 Notes on Armenian historical phonology II: The second consonant shift. Studia Caucasica 4 (1978), 9-16.  
31a Patmahamematakan hnč'yunabanut'yan harc'er B: Hayereni patmakan hnč'yunabanut'yan aknark (Baɫajaynneri erkrord teɫašarž). [Voprosy istoriko-sravnitel'noj fonetiki II: Očerk istoričeskoj fonetiki armjanskogo jazyka (Vtoroe peredviženie soglasnyx).] Hayoc' Lezu ev Grakanut'yun [Armjanskij Jazyk i Literatura] (1983) 1, 63-70.  
32 Proto-Indo-European obstruents. Indogermanische Forschungen 83 (1978), 107-118.  
33 Toward a reconstruction of the Balto-Slavic verbal system. Lingua 49/1 (1979), 51-70.  
34 H2o and oH2. Lingua Posnaniensis 23 [Fs. Kudzinowski] (1980), 127-128.  
35 The Old Irish absolute and conjunct endings and questions of relative chronology. Ériu 30 (1979), 35-53.  
36 On the history of the Slavic nasal vowels. Indogermanische Forschungen 84 (1979), 259-272.  
[1979]
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37 Review of: R. L'Hermitte, La phrase nominale en russe (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1978). Lingua 48 (1979), 289-291.  
38 Glottalic consonants in Sindhi and Proto-Indo-European. Indo-Iranian Journal 23/1 (1981), 15-19.  
39 Review of: A. Vaillant, Grammaire comparée des langues slaves V: La syntaxe (Paris: Klincksieck, 1977). Lingua 48 (1979), 393-394.  
40 Three problems of Balto-Slavic phonology. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 22/2 (1979), 57-63.  
41 Review of: M. Hasiuk, Fonologia litewskiej gwary sejneńskiej (Poznań: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, 1978). Lingua 49 (1979), 266-267.  
42 On the relative chronology of Armenian sound changes. Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Armenian linguistics (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1980), 97-106.  
42a Patmahamematakan hnč'yunabanut'yan harc'er A: Hayereni hnč'yunap'oxut'yunneri haraberakan žamanakagrut'yan masin. [Voprosy istoriko-sravnitel'noj fonetiki I: Ob otnositel'noj xronologii čeredovanij v armjanskom jazyke.] Hayoc' Lezu ev Grakanut'yun [Armjanskij Jazyk i Literatura] (1983) 1, 54-62.  
[1980]
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43 Review of: V.M. Illich-Svitych, Nominal accentuation in Baltic and Slavic (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1979). Lingua 51/4 (1980), 346-354.  
44 1st sg. middle *-H₂. Indogermanische Forschungen 86 (1981), 123-136.  
45 Review of: E. Stankiewicz, Studies in Slavic morphophonemics and accentology (Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, 1979). Lingua 52 (1980), 198-200.  
46 More evidence for Italo-Celtic. Ériu 32 (1981), 1-22.  
47 Temporal gradation and temporal limitation. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 1 [Fs. Ebeling] (1980), 237-246.  
47e Temporal gradation and temporal limitation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
48 On the Armenian personal endings. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 2 (1981), 29-34.  
49 Proto-Indo-European verbal syntax. Journal of Indo-European Studies 11 (1983), 307-324.  
49e Proto-Indo-European verbal syntax (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
50 Innovations which betray archaisms. Baltistica 18/1 (1982), 4-9.  
[1981]
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51 Phonemicization and rephonemicization of the Old Irish mutations. Ériu 33 (1982), 73-83.  
52 Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie kommentarii k bolgarskomu udareniju. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 25/1 (1982), 91-96.  
52a Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie kommentarii k bolgarskomu udareniju. Părvi meždunarodni kongres po bălgaristika. Dokladi I: Istoričeski razvoj na bălgarskija ezik (Sofija: BAN, 1983), 169-176.  
52b Bulgarian accentuation. In: 275, 111-115.  
53 Review of: J. Marvan, Prehistoric Slavic contraction (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1979). Lingua 56/1 (1982), 98-100.  
54 IE *pt in Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 3/1 (1982), 25-28.  
55 On final syllables in Slavic. Journal of Indo-European Studies 11 (1983), 167-185.  
56 A rejoinder. Lingua 56/2 (1982), 182-183.  
[1982]
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57 Linguistic theory, universals, and Slavic accentuation. Folia Linguistica Historica 4/1 (1983), 27-43.  
58 Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic I. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 2: South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1982), 177-192.  
58e Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic I (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
59 K ustanovleniju otnositel'noj xronologii vozniknovenija bolgarskogo dialekta praslavjanskogo jazyka. Palaeobulgarica / Starobălgaristika 8/1 (1984), 106-111.  
60 Greek numerals and PIE glottalic consonants. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 42 (1983), 97-104.  
61 Notes on Armenian historical phonology III: h-. Studia Caucasica 5 (1983), 9-16.  
62 Proto-Armenian case endings. International symposium on Armenian linguistics: Reports [Meždunarodnyj simpozium po armjanskomu jazykoznaniju: Doklady] (Erevan: AN Arm. SSR, 1984), 97-106.  
62a Naxahayereni holovakan verǰavorut'yunnerə. [Padežnye okončanija protoarmjanskogo jazyka.] Banber Erevani Hamalsarani [Vestnik Erevanskogo Universiteta] (1983) 1/49, 64-70.  
63 Demonstrative pronouns in Balto-Slavic, Armenian, and Tocharian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 3: Dutch contributions to the 9th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1983), 311-322.  
64 Long vowels in Balto-Slavic. Baltistica 21/2 (1985), 112-124.  
[1983]
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65 Archaic ablaut patterns in the Vedic verb. Festschrift for Henry Hoenigswald (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 1987), 219-223.  
66 Od praindoevropskog jezika do slovenskog (fonološki razvoj). Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 32/2 (1989), 41-58.  
66a From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic. Journal of Indo-European Studies 22 (1994), 91-112.  
66b From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic. In: 275, 157-176.  
66e From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
67 A parasitological view of non-constructible sets. Studia linguistica diachronica et synchronica [Fs. Winter] (Berlin: Mouton, 1985), 477-483.  
67e A parasitological view of non-constructible sets (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
68 Old Irish subjunctives and futures and their Proto-Indo-European origins. Ériu 35 (1984), 179-187.  
69 On reduced vowels in Slavic. Zbornik za Filologiju i Lingvistiku 27-28 [Fs. Ivić] (1984-85), 367-368.  
70 Posttonic *w in Old Irish. Ériu 37 (1986), 89-92.  
71 The origin of the Slavic imperfect. Festschrift für Herbert Bräuer zum 65. Geburtstag (Köln: Böhlau, 1986), 253-258.  
72 Vestjysk stød, Icelandic preaspiration, and Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops. Languages and cultures: Studies in honor of Edgar C. Polomé (Berlin: Mouton, 1988), 353-357.  
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73 PIE. *H- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 5 (1984), 41-43.  
74 The progressive palatalization of Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 5/2 (1984), 211-219.  
75 Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops: The comparative evidence. Folia Linguistica Historica 6/2 (1985), 183-201.  
75a Praindoevropejskie glottalizovannye smyčnye (Sravnitel'no-istoričeskie dannye). Voprosy Jazykoznanija (1985) 4, 43-53.  
76 Notes on Armenian historical phonology IV. Studia Caucasica 6 (1985), 9-11.  
77 Arm. artawsr 'tear'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 6 [Fs. Djahukian] (1985), 59-61.  
78 Old Prussian infinitives in -ton and -twei. Symposium Balticum: A Festschrift to honour Professor Velta Rūķe-Draviņa (Hamburg: Helmut Buske, 1990), 213-218.  
79 Semiotactics as a Van Wijngaarden grammar. Signs of friendship: To honour A.G.F. van Holk, slavist, linguist, semiotician (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984), 183-186.  
79e Semiotactics as a Van Wijngaarden grammar (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
80 Proto-Indo-European tones? Journal of Indo-European Studies 14 (1986), 153-160.  
81 The syncretism of nominative and accusative singular in Armenian. Revue des Études Arméniennes, n.s. 19 (1985), 19-24.  
82 Slavic imamĭ. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 31-32 [Fs. Birnbaum] (1985), 235-239.  
83 Comment on R. Orr's view. Journal of Indo-European Studies 14 (1986), 184.  
[1985]
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84 The origin of the Old English dialects. Linguistics across historical and geographical boundaries I: Linguistic theory and historical linguistics [Fs. Fisiak] (Berlin: Mouton, 1986), 437-442.  
85 Armenian and Albanian. La place de l'arménien dans les langues indo-européennes (Leuven: Peeters, 1986), 38-47.  
86 Lachmann's law. The new sound of Indo-European: Essays in phonological reconstruction (Berlin: Mouton, 1989), 103-105.  
87 The formation of the Old Prussian present tense. Baltistica 23/2 (1987), 104-111.  
88 The Germanic first class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 8 (1986), 27-31.  
88e The Germanic first class of weak verbs (World Wide Web [pdf], 2009).  
89 Review of: P. Anreiter, Bemerkungen zu den Reflexen indogermanischer Dentale im Tocharischen (Innsbruck: IBS, 1984). Bibliotheca Orientalis 43 (1986), 557-560.  
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90 Notes on Armenian historical phonology V. Studia Caucasica 7 (1987), 61-65.  
91 Nominal accentuation in contemporary standard Russian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 8: Dutch studies in Russian linguistics (1986), 367-371.  
92 Sigmatic or root aorist? Annual of Armenian Linguistics 8 (1987), 49-52.  
93 The laryngeal theory and Slavic accentuation. Die Laryngaltheorie und die Rekonstruktion des indogermanischen Laut- und Formensystems (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1988), 299-311.  
[1987]
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94 PIE. *s in Albanian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 10: Dutch studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1987), 219-226.  
95 On the development of PIE. final syllables in Tocharian. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 2 (1988), 80-88.  
96 The Tocharian word for 'woman'. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 2 (1988), 77-79.  
97 The Aeolic optative. Rekonstruktion und relative Chronologie: Akten der 8. Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Leiden, 1987] (Innsbruck: IBS, 1992), 235-239.  
98 The Greek 3rd pl. endings. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 49 (1988), 63-69.  
99 Lithuanian statýti and related formations. Baltistica 25/2 (1989), 104-112.  
[1988]
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100 Remarks on Winter's law. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 11: Dutch contributions to the 10th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1988), 387-396.  
101 The Thraco-Armenian consonant shift. Linguistique Balkanique / Balkansko Ezikoznanie 31 (1988), 71-74.  
102 Proto-Germanic obstruents. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 27 (1988), 3-10.  
102a Nieuw licht op de Germaanse klankverschuivingen. Mededelingenblad van de Vereniging van Oudgermanisten 2/2 (1988), 23.  
103 Van Wijk's Altpreussische Studien revisited. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 12 [Gs. van Wijk] (1988), 89-97.  
104 The making of a puzzle. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 10 (1989), 43-52.  
105 The Germanic third class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 15 (1990), 3-10.  
106 On methods of dealing with facts and opinions in a treatment of the progressive palatalization of Slavic. Folia Linguistica Historica 9/2 (1989), 3-12.  
107 Der polabische Wortakzent. Zeitschrift für slavische Philologie 49/1 (1989), 163-170.  
107a Polabian accentuation. In: 275, 193-197.  
107e Polabian accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
108 The accentuation of neuter nouns in Slovene and West Bulgarian. Slavistična Revija 37 [Gs. Rigler] (1989), 31-37.  
108e The accentuation of neuter nouns in Slovene and West Bulgarian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
[1989]
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109 The Germanic weak preterit. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 28 (1989), 101-109.  
109e The Germanic weak preterit (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
110 Tokie šalti rytai. Baltistica 28/1 (1993), 45-48.  
111 The spread of the Indo-Europeans. Journal of Indo-European Studies 18 (1990), 131-140.  
111e The spread of the Indo-Europeans (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
112 Eight Indo-Uralic verbs? Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 50 (1989), 79-85.  
112a Vosem' indo-ural'skix glagolov? Voprosy Jazykoznanija (1992) 1, 101-104.  
113 On the meaning of the Japanese passive. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 24 (1992), 97-108.  
113e On the meaning of the Japanese passive (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
[1990]
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114 The fate of the sigmatic aorist in Tocharian. Tocharisch: Akten der Fachtagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Berlin, 1990]. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies, suppl. 4 (Reykjavík: Málvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands, 1994), 61-65.  
115 The Germanic seventh class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 18 (1991), 97-100.  
116 Arm. canawt' 'known'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 12 (1991), 1-4.  
117 The Old Norse i-umlaut. North-Western European Language Evolution 20 (1992), 27-31.  
[1991]
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118 A note on the Tocharian dual. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 5 (1991), 5-10.  
119 Kluge's law and the rise of Proto-Germanic geminates. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 34 (1991), 1-4.  
120 The Germanic fifth class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 19 (1992), 101-107.  
121 Le statif indo-européen en slave. Revue des Études Slaves 64/3 [Gs. Lépissier] (1992), 373-376.  
121a The Indo-European stative in Slavic. In: 275, 207-209.  
[1992]
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122 The Germanic sixth class of strong verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 23 (1994), 69-73.  
123 Old High German umlaut. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 37 (1993), 19-20.  
124 On breaking. North-Western European Language Evolution 24 (1994), 15-19.  
125 The origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 26 (1993), 57-65.  
125a The origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems. Transeurasian linguistics, vol. II: Phonology (London: Routledge, 2017), 269-276.  
125e The origin of the Japanese and Korean accent systems (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
[1993]
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126 Proto-Armenian numerals. In honorem Holger Pedersen: Kolloquium der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft [Kopenhagen, 1993] (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 1994), 253-257.  
127 Intervocalic *-w- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 14 (1993), 9-13.  
128 The Proto-Germanic pluperfect. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 40 (1994), 1-5.  
128e The Proto-Germanic pluperfect (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
129 Absolute and conjunct again. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 55 (1994), 61-68.  
130 General linguistics and Indo-European reconstruction. Rask 2 (1995), 91-109.  
130e General linguistics and Indo-European reconstruction (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
[1994]
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131 The accentual system of the Freising manuscripts. Zbornik Brižinski spomeniki (Ljubljana: SAZU, 1996), 141-151.  
132 The etymology of Latvian nãkt 'to come'. Linguistica Baltica 3 (1994), 191-193.  
133 Palatalization of dentals in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 15 (1994), 27-31.  
134 On the accent marks in the First Freising Fragment. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 23: Studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1996), 167-171.  
134a O naglasnih znamenjih v Brižinskem spomeniku I. Slavistična Revija 42/4 (1994), 579-581.  
135 The Germanic fourth class of weak verbs. North-Western European Language Evolution 25 (1995), 137-139.  
136 Lithuanian verbs in -auti and -uoti. Linguistica Baltica 4 [Gs. Kuryłowicz] (1995), 141-143.  
137 The sigmatic forms of the Armenian verb. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 16 (1995), 13-17.  
[1995]
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138 The High German consonant shift. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 46 (1996), 53-57.  
138a Korrektur. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 47 (1997), 231.  
139 The Proto-Armenian verbal system. Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Armenian linguistics (Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books, 1996), 35-43.  
140 The development of the Prussian language in the 16th century. Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 55-76.  
140e The development of the Prussian language in the 16th century (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
141 PIE. lengthened grade in Balto-Slavic. Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp, vol. II [Journal of Indo-European Studies, monograph 25] (1997), 26-31.  
142 How old is the English glottal stop? North-Western European Language Evolution 31-32: Germanic studies in honor of Anatoly Liberman (1997), 175-179.  
142a Glottalisatie. NRC Handelsblad (21 juni 1997), 51.  
143 Labials, velars and labiovelars in Germanic. North-Western European Language Evolution 30 (1997), 45-50.  
144 The alleged early apocope of *-i in Celtic. Études Celtiques 32 (1996), 91-97.  
[1996]
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145 The dual endings of the Indo-European verb. Studia Indogermanica Lodziensia 2 (1999), 71-73.  
146 PIE. *j in Albanian. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 23: Studies in South Slavic and Balkan linguistics (1996), 173-176.  
147 Review of: Chr. Ehret, Reconstructing Proto-Afroasiatic (Proto-Afrasian): Vowels, tone, consonants, and vocabulary (Berkeley, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1995). Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 17 (1996), 183-189.  
148 Arm. całr 'laughter'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 17 (1996), 55-59.  
149 The Tocharian imperfect. Historische Sprachforschung 109/2 (1996), 169-174.  
150 Thematic and athematic verb forms in Old Irish. Sound law and analogy: Papers in honor of Robert S.P. Beekes on the occasion of his 60th birthday (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997), 133-137.  
151 The Prussian Catechismus I: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
151a The Prussian Catechismus I. In: 263, 309-312.  
152 The Prussian Catechismus II: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
152a The Prussian Catechismus II. In: 263, 313-316.  
153 The Prussian Enchiridion: An electronic text edition (world Wide Web [html], 1996).  
153a The Prussian Enchiridion. In: 263, 317-370.  
154 The Freising Manuscripts: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
155 Two Old Prussian fragments. Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 115-119.  
156 Are Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? Acta Orientalia (Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae) 51 (1998), 235-237.  
156a Are Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? International Journal of Central Asian Studies 3 (1998), 61-65.  
156e Are Mongolian and Tungus genetically related? (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
157 Old Irish ol 'inquit'. Études Celtiques 32 (1996), 143-145.  
158 Syntax and semantics in the history of Chinese. The Journal of Intercultural Studies [Osaka] 25 (1998), 167-176.  
158e Syntax and semantics in the history of Chinese (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
159 The Elbing Vocabulary: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
160 Simon Grunau's Vocabulary: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996). .  
161 Japanese aru, iru, oru 'to be'. Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia 2 (1997), 167-170.  
161e Japanese aru, iru, oru 'to be' (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
162 Indo-European and Chinese: A comment on E.G. Pulleyblank's view. International Review of Chinese Linguistics 1/1 (1996), 30-31.  
163 Kazania Świętokrzyskie: An electronic text edition (World Wide Web [html], 1996).  
163a (with Jos Schaeken) Kazania Świętokrzyskie: A text edition. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 24: Dutch contributions to the 12th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1998), 317-327.  
164 Rounded nasal vowels in the Freising Fragments. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 24: Dutch contributions to the 12th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (1998), 309-315.  
164a Zaokroženi nosni samoglasniki v Brižinskih spomenikih. Slavistična Revija 44/4 (1996), 393-398.  
[1997]
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165 Review of: V.E. Orel & O.V. Stolbova, Hamito-Semitic Etymological Dictionary: Materials for a Reconstruction (Leiden: Brill, 1995). Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 20/2 (1999), 198-203.  
166 Who is who in the Old Prussian epigram? Baltistik: Aufgaben und Methoden (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1998), 127-128.  
167 On the relative chronology of Celtic sound changes. Historische Sprachforschung 110/2 (1997), 248-251.  
168 Lachmann's law again. Language change and typological variation: In honor of Winfred P. Lehmann on the occasion of his 83rd birthday, vol. I: Language change and phonology [Journal of Indo-European Studies, monograph 30] (1999), 246-248.  
169 The Old Prussian preterit. ΠΟΛΥΤΡΟΠΟΝ [Fs. Toporov] (Moskva: Indrik, 1998), 144-147.  
170 Arm. nēr 'sister-in-law'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 18 (1997), 7-9.  
171 De buren van onze voorouders. Spinoza 97 (Den Haag: NWO, 1997), 9-17.  
171a De talen van de wereld. Hypothese 14 (september 1997), 3.  
172 The language of the Old Prussian catechisms. Res Balticae 4 (1998), 117-129.  
173 Baltic ē- and ī/jā-stems. Baltistica 32/2 (1997), 157-163.  
174 Review of: M. Fortescue, Indo-European reflections (Copenhagen: Reitzel, 1996). Language 74/3 (1998), 685-686.  
175 The rise and fall of glottalization in Baltic and Slavic. Linguistica Baltica 7 (1998), 147-150.  
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176 The development of *y- in Armenian. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 15-18.  
177 Voorwoord. De grote taalatlas (Haarlem: Schuyt, 1998), 6-7.  
178 Arm. gom 'am'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 19-20.  
179 Armenian glottalization revisited. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 19 (1998), 11-14.  
180 The origin of the Old English dialects revisited. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 51 (1999), 45-51.  
181 Paragogic -e in the Old Prussian epigram. Baltistica 33/1 (1998), 39-40.  
182 Old Norse taka, Gothic tekan, Greek τεταγών. North-Western European Language Evolution 36 (2000), 59-65.  
183 Reflexes of Indo-European consonants in Albanian. Orpheus 8 (1998), 35-37.  
184 Double consonants in Old Prussian. Res Balticae 5 (1999), 75-80.  
185 An analysis of the Prussian First Catechism. Ponto-Baltica 8-9 (1998-1999), 7-14.  
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186 Old Prussian verb classes. Baltistica 34/1 (1999), 17-21.  
187 An Indo-European substratum in Slavic? Languages in prehistoric Europe (Heidelberg: Winter, 2003), 253-260.  
188 Accent and ablaut in the Vedic verb. Indo-Iranian Journal 47/1 (2004), 7-15.  
188e Accent and ablaut in the Vedic verb (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004).  
189 Three notes on the Old Irish verb. Études Celtiques 34 (1998-2000), 143-146.  
190 Initial a- and e- in Old Prussian. Linguistica Baltica 8 (2000), 125-127.  
191 Japanese wa, mo, ga, wo, na, no. Proceedings of the second conference on Japanese linguistics and language teaching (Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale, 2007), 179-186.  
191e Japanese wa, mo, ga, wo, na, no (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
192 Preaspiration or preglottalization? Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 53 (2000), 7-10.  
193 The Armenian causative. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 20 (1999-2000), 47-49.  
[2000]
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194 Armeniaca: Comparative notes (Ann Arbor: Caravan, 2003).  
194a Introduction. In: 194, vii-ix.  
195 Old Prussian participles. Res Balticae 6 (2000), 69-75.  
196 The Prussian accent shift. Baltistica 34/2 (2000), 193-197.  
197 On Russenorsk. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 54 (2000), 123-127.  
197e On Russenorsk (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
198 The origin of the Goths. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 55 (2001), 21-25.  
198e The origin of the Goths (World Wide Web [pdf], 2002).  
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199 Diphthongization and monophthongization in Old Prussian. Res Balticae 7 (2001), 57-65.  
200 Arm. ariwn 'blood'. Annual of Armenian Linguistics 21 (2001), 11-12.  
201 OPr. -snā, Lith. -sena, Latv. -šana. Mvnera lingvistica et philologica Michaeli Hasivk dedicata [= Poznańskie Studia Bałtystyczne 1] (Poznań: Katedra Skandynawistyki i Baltologii UAM, 2001), 137-139.  
202 Initial laryngeals in Anatolian. Orpheus 13-14 [Gs. Rikov] (2003-04), 9-12.  
202e Initial laryngeals in Anatolian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
203 The Indo-Uralic verb. Finno-Ugrians and Indo-Europeans: Linguistic and literary contacts [= Studia Fenno-Ugrica Groningana 2] (Maastricht: Shaker, 2002), 217-227.  
203e The Indo-Uralic verb (World Wide Web [pdf], 2001).  
204 Old Prussian numerals. Baltu Filoloģija 11/1 (2002), 43-46.  
[2002]
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205 Nivkh as a Uralo-Siberian language. Per aspera ad asteriscos [Fs. Rasmussen] (Innsbruck: IBS, 2004), 285-289.  
205e Nivkh as a Uralo-Siberian language (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
206 The origin and nature of the linguistic parasite. Language in time and space [Fs. Winter] (Berlin: Mouton, 2003), 241-244.  
206e The origin and nature of the linguistic parasite (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
207
Bad theory, wrong conclusions: M. Halle on Slavic accentuation. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30: Dutch contributions to the 13th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (2003), 237-240.
 
207e Bad theory, wrong conclusions: M. Halle on Slavic accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
208 Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic II. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 30: Dutch contributions to the 13th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (2003), 215-235.  
208e Early dialectal diversity in South Slavic II (World Wide Web [pdf], 2003).  
209 Indo-European e-, a-, o- in Slavic. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics 44-45 [Gs. Birnbaum] (2002-03), 279-282.  
209e Indo-European e-, a-, o- in Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2005).  
210 Old Irish feda, gen. fedot 'Lord' and the 1st sg. absolute ending -a in subjunctives and futures. In: 239, 129-132.  
210a Old Irish feda, gen. fedot 'Lord' and the 1st sg. absolute ending -a in subjunctives and futures. Études Celtiques 36 (2008), 115-118.
 
211 Glottalization, preaspiration and gemination in English and Scandinavian. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 58 (2003), 5-10.  
211e Glottalization, preaspiration and gemination in English and Scandinavian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004).  
212 Early Runic consonants and the origin of the younger futhark. North-Western European Language Evolution 43 (2003), 71-76.  
[2003]
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213 Indo-Uralic consonant gradation. Etymologie, Entlehnungen und Entwicklungen [Fs. Koivulehto] (Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 2004), 163-170.
 
213e Indo-Uralic consonant gradation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
214 Shortening and metatony in the Lithuanian future. Baltistica 37/1 (2002), 15-16.  
214e Shortening and metatony in the Lithuanian future (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004).  
215 The linguistic position of the Prussian Second Catechism. Baltistica 37/2 (2002), 205-209.  
215e The linguistic position of the Prussian Second Catechism (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004).  
[2004]
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216 Indo-Uralic and Altaic. In: 272, 415-418.  
216e Indo-Uralic and Altaic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
217 The inflexion of the Indo-European ā-stems in Germanic. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 60 (2005), 1-4.
 
218 Balto-Slavic accentuation: Some news travels slowly. Baltistica 39/1 (2004), 13-17.  
218e Balto-Slavic accentuation: Some news travels slowly (World Wide Web [pdf], 2004).  
219 The inflexion of the Germanic n-stems. North-Western European Language Evolution 48 (2006), 3-7.  
220 Final stress in Balto-Slavic mobile paradigms. Baltu Filoloģija 13/1 (2004), 71-74.  
221 On the accentuation of the illative. Baltu Filoloģija 14/1 (2005), 67-69.  
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222 From Serbo-Croatian to Indo-European. Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch 51 (2005), 113-130.
 
222e From Serbo-Croatian to Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2005).  
223 Hittite ammuk 'me'. Orpheus 15 (2005), 7-10.  
223e Hittite ammuk 'me' (World Wide Web [pdf], 2005).  
224 Holger Pedersen's Études lituaniennes revisited. Baltistica 6 priedas (2005), 151-157.  
224e Holger Pedersen's Études lituaniennes revisited (World Wide Web [pdf], 2005).  
225 Germanic *ē1 and *ē2. North-Western European Language Evolution 49 (2006), 51-54.  
226 Miscellaneous remarks on Balto-Slavic accentuation. Tones and theories: Proceedings of the international workshop on Balto-Slavic accentology (Zagreb: Institut za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje, 2007), 229-235.
 
226e Miscellaneous remarks on Balto-Slavic accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
227 Noises and nuisances in Balto-Slavic and Indo-European linguistics. Baltistica 40/1 (2005), 9-11.  
227e Noises and nuisances in Balto-Slavic and Indo-European linguistics (World Wide Web [pdf], 2005).  
228 Lithuanian tekėti and related formations. Baltistica 40/2 (2005), 167-170.  
228e Lithuanian tekėti and related formations (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
229 The origin of the Franconian tone accents. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 63 (2007), 1-3.  
230 Proto-Germanic obstruents and the comparative method. North-Western European Language Evolution 52 (2007), 3-7.  
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231 More on the Celtic verb. In: 239, 133-147.
 
232 Italo-Celtic. In: 239, 149-157.
 
233 On the relative chronology of Slavic accentual developments. Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch 52 (2006), 25-41.
 
233e On the relative chronology of Slavic accentual developments (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
234 Balto-Slavic accentual mobility. Baltistica 41/3 (2006), 359-369.  
234e Balto-Slavic accentual mobility (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
235 English bottom, German Boden, and the chronology of sound shifts. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 63 (2007), 5-8.  
236 Accent retraction and tonogenesis. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 35: Stressing the past: Papers on Baltic and Slavic accentology (2009), 75-82.  
236e Accent retraction and tonogenesis (World Wide Web [pdf], 2006).  
237 Old Prussian verb classes reconsidered. Res Balticae 11 (2007), 29-33.  
238 Anglo-Frisian. North-Western European Language Evolution 54-55 (2008), 265-278.  
239 Italo-Celtic origins and prehistoric development of the Irish language (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007).  
239a Introduction. In: 239, ix-xi.
 
239b Old Irish verbal paradigms. In: 239, 159-178.
 
240 Gothic gen.pl. -e. Historische Sprachforschung 120 (2007), 237-240.  
240e Gothic gen.pl. -e (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
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241 Hittite hi-verbs and the Indo-European perfect. In: 272, 373-382.  
241e Hittite hi-verbs and the Indo-European perfect (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
242 Winter's law again. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 37: Accent matters: Papers on Balto-Slavic accentology (2011), 245-250.  
242e Winter's law again (World Wide Web [pdf], 2007).  
243 For Bernard Comrie. Bernard's birthday book: Die etwas andere Festschrift (Leipzig: MPI-EvA, 2007), 57.
 
244 Stative and middle in Hittite and Indo-European. In: 272, 383-386.  
245 The development of the Indo-European syllabic resonants in Balto-Slavic. Baltistica 42/1 (2007), 7-12.
 
246 Russian syntax and semantics. Russian Linguistics 32 (2008), 115-123.
 
246e Russian syntax and semantics (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
247 C.C. Uhlenbeck on Indo-European, Uralic and Caucasian. Historische Sprachforschung 122 (2009), 39-47.  
247e C.C. Uhlenbeck on Indo-European, Uralic and Caucasian (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
248 Arm. ewł 'oil'. Aramazd 3/1 (2008), 40-41.  
249 Slavic historical morphology: Nominal paradigms. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 34: Dutch contributions to the 14th international congress of slavists: Linguistics (2008), 397-429.
 
250 Björketorp and Stentoften. North-Western European Language Evolution 53 (2008), 19-27.
 
251 The origin of the vestjysk stød. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 65 (2009), 1-4.  
252 Issues in Balto-Slavic accentology. Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 37: Accent matters: Papers on Balto-Slavic accentology (2011), 359-366.  
252e Issues in Balto-Slavic accentology (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
[2008]
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253 Balto-Slavic phonological developments. Baltistica 43/1 (2008), 5-15.
 
253e Balto-Slavic phonological developments (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
254 The origin of the Indo-Iranian desiderative. Indologica [Gs. Elizarenkova] (Moskva: RGGU, 2008), 227-230.
 
255 Rise and development of Slavic accentual paradigms. Baltische und slavische Prosodie (Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 2011), 89-98.  
255e Rise and development of Slavic accentual paradigms (World Wide Web [pdf], 2008).  
256 Indo-Uralic and Altaic revisited. Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance [= Turcologica 78] (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2010), 153-164.  
256e Indo-Uralic and Altaic revisited (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
257 Some points of discussion in Slavic historical linguistics. Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch 55 (2009), 185-190.  
258 The Old Prussian personal endings. In: 263, 307-308.
 
259 Old Prussian diphthongs. In: 263, 265-267.  
260 Old Prussian pronouns. In: 263, 305-306.  
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261 The Baltic word for 'in'. Baltistica 44/1 (2009), 33-35.  
262 West Slavic accentuation. From present to past and back: Papers on Baltic and Slavic accentology (Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 2011), 86-107.  
262e West Slavic accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2009).  
263 Baltica & Balto-Slavica (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2009).  
263a Introduction. In: 263, xi-xiv.  
264 All's well that ends well. Baltistica 44/1 (2009), 59-63.  
264e All's well that ends well (World Wide Web [pdf], 2009).  
265 Glottalization and tonogenesis in Athabaskan, Balto-Slavic and Germanic. Suvremena Lingvistika 69 = 36/1 (2010), 37-44.
 
266 Vestjysk stød again. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 66 (2010), 29-32.  
267 Balto-Slavic accentuation revisited. Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch 56 (2010), 61-81.  
267e Balto-Slavic accentuation revisited (World Wide Web [pdf], 2009).  
268 More on the chronology of Celtic sound changes. Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages 7: Formal and historical approaches to Celtic languages (2011), 195-201.  
268a More on the chronology of Celtic sound changes. In: 272, 361-364.  
268e More on the chronology of Celtic sound changes (World Wide Web [pdf], 2010).  
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269 An outline of Proto-Indo-European. In: 272, 37-45.  
269e An outline of Proto-Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2010).  
270 Lithuanian žinóti 'to know'. Baltistica 45/1 (2010), 81-84.  
271 Schleicher's fable. In: 272, 47-50.  
271e Schleicher's fable (World Wide Web [pdf], 2013).  
272 Studies in Germanic, Indo-European and Indo-Uralic (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010).  
272a Preface. In: 272, xi-xii.  
272b Corrections to 272. In: 275, xi.  
273 Where have all the aorists gone? Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik 67 (2011), 143-148.  
273a The Proto-Germanic aorist. In: 275, 419-422.  
274 The Tocharian s-present. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 13 (2012), 149-151.  
275 Selected writings on Slavic and general linguistics (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011).  
275a Preface. In: 275, ix-x.  
276 Balto-Slavic o-grade presents. Baltistica 7 priedas (2011): Proceedings of the 6th international workshop on Balto-Slavic accentology, 129-132.
 
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277 Balto-Slavic reconstruction: a clarification. Baltistica 46/1 (2011), 39-42.  
278 On the orthography of the Old Prussian texts. Baltistica 46/2 (2011), 225-232.
 
279 On Derksen's law and related issues. Baltistica 47/1 (2012), 5-14.  
279e On Derksen's law and related issues (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
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280 Palatovelars before syllabic resonants: another look. Baltistica 48/1 (2013), 13-17.  
281 Dominance and monophthongization: method versus insight. Baltistica 47/2 (2012), 255-259.  
282 Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops: The evidence revisited. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 71/1 (2018), 147-153.  
282e Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops: The evidence revisited (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
283 The early chronology of long vowels in Balto-Slavic. Baltistica 47/2 (2012), 249-254.  
283e The early chronology of long vowels in Balto-Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
284 Balto-Slavic personal pronouns and their accentuation. Baltistica 48/1 (2013), 5-11.  
284e Balto-Slavic personal pronouns and their accentuation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
285 The Slovene neo-circumflex revisited. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 38/1 (2012), 117-122.  
286 Sigmatic and asigmatic long vowel preterit forms. Journal of Indo-European Studies 43 (2015), 236-242.  
286e Sigmatic and asigmatic long vowel preterit forms (World Wide Web [pdf], 2012).  
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287 The development of the Tocharian vowel system. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 14 (2013), 95-104.  
288 Proto-Slavic *j, Van Wijk’s law, and ē-stems. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 41/1 (2015), 65-76.  
288e Proto-Slavic *j, Van Wijk’s law, and ē-stems (World Wide Web [pdf], 2013).  
289 The Tocharian personal endings. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 15 (2014), 79-86.  
290 The origins of Balto-Slavic accentual mobility. Baltistica 48/2 (2013), 219-223.  
290e The origins of Balto-Slavic accentual mobility (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
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291 On the accentuation of neslъ and related issues. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 40/1 (2014), 127-131.  
292 Reconstructing Balto-Slavic and Indo-European. Baltistica 49/1 (2014), 5-13.  
292e Reconstructing Balto-Slavic and Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2014).  
293 Metatony in monosyllables. Baltistica 49/2 (2014), 217-224.  
293e Metatony in monosyllables (World Wide Web [pdf], 2014).  
294 The development of vowel length in Slavic. Jezikoslovni Zapiski 21/2 (2015), 21-30.  
294e The development of vowel length in Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2014).  
295 Thematic and athematic present endings in Balto-Slavic and Indo-European. Baltistica 50/1 (2015), 5-17.  
295e Thematic and athematic present endings in Balto-Slavic and Indo-European (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
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296 Tocharian ē-grade verb forms. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 16 (2015), 51-59.  
297 Indo-European o-grade presents and the Anatolian hi-conjugation. (ms.)  
297e Indo-European o-grade presents and the Anatolian hi-conjugation (World Wide Web [pdf], 2015).  
298 Gothic phonology. (ms.)  
299 The development of the sigmatic aorist in Armenian. Acta Linguistica Petropolitana 14/1 (2018), 149-152.  
300 The inflexion of the Indo-European o-stems in Balto-Slavic. Baltistica 51/1 (2016), 87-96.  
300e The inflexion of the Indo-European o-stems in Balto-Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
301 Slavic i-verbs, imperfect, and -stem nouns. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 42/1 (2016), 75-81.  
301e Slavic i-verbs, imperfect, and -stem nouns (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
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302 The Indo-European k-aorist. Farnah [Fs. Lubotsky] (Ann Arbor: Beech Stave Press, 2018), 137-142.  
302e The Indo-European k-aorist (World Wide Web [pdf], 2016).  
303 Baltic, Slavic, Germanic. Baltistica 51/1 (2016), 81-86.  
304 More evidence for Proto-Indo-European glottalic stops. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 71/1 (2018), 153-158.  
305 Balto-Slavic and Indo-Iranian. Baltistica 51/2 (2016), 355-364.  
306 Phrygian between Greek and Armenian. Linguistique Balkanique / Balkansko Ezikoznanie 55/2 (2016), 249-255.  
307 On the relative chronology of Slavic consonantal developments. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 42/2 (2016), 465-469.  
308 On the rise of neo-acute *e and *o. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 42/2 (2016), 471-482.  
309 On method. Baltistica 52/1 (2017), 33-45.  
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310 What is Stang's law? Baltistica 52/1 (2017), 73-80.  
311 A note on the Old Prussian epigram. Baltistica 53/2 (2018), 327-329.  
312 The origins of the Slavic aorist. (ms.)  
312e The origins of the Slavic aorist (World Wide Web [pdf], 2018).  
313 Proto-Indo-European glottalic consonants. Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft 71/1 (2018), 147-160.  
314 On the origin of grammatical gender. Tocharian and Indo-European Studies 18 (2017), 95-104.  
315 Old Irish absolute and conjunct endings and related issues. Journal of Indo-European Studies 47 (2019), 241-257.  
316 The disintegration of the Indo-European language family. (ms.)  
317 Old English and Old Frisian. Us Wurk 66 (2017), 122-127.  
318 Anglo-Frisian 'here', 'there', 'where'. Us Wurk 67 (2018), 97-103.  
319 Proto-Baltic? Baltistica 53/2 (2018), 175-185.  
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320 Relative chronology. (ms.)  
320e Relative chronology (World Wide Web [pdf], 2018).  
321 Rise and fall of vowel length in Slavic. Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje 44/1 (2018), 287-297.  
321e Rise and fall of vowel length in Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2018).  
322 The expansion of the Indo-European languages. Journal of Indo-European Studies 46 (2018), 219-231.  
323 Active participles in Baltic. Baltistica 53/1 (2018), 17-19.  
324 Balto-Slavic acute. Baltistica 53/1 (2018), 69-71.  
324e Balto-Slavic acute (World Wide Web [pdf], 2019).  
325 The Balto-Slavic word for ‘crane’ and its cognates. Baltistica 53/1 (2018), 113-115.  
326 On the reconstruction of Proto-Uralic. Petri Kallio rocks (Helsinki: Kallion etymologiseura, 2019), 11-14.  
327 Pedersen’s law and the rise of distinctive tone in Baltic and Slavic. Baltistica 53/2 (2018), 293-301.  
327e Pedersen’s law and the rise of distinctive tone in Baltic and Slavic (World Wide Web [pdf], 2019).  
328 Tocharian B ste, star- ‘is’, skente, skentar- ‘are’. (ms.)  
329 Indo-European and its neighbors. Journal of Indo-European Studies 47 (2019), 143-147.  
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330 Van Wijk’s law and questions of relative chronology. (ms.)  
331 Baltic ē-stems revisited. (ms.)  
332 Aprioristic versus empirical linguistics: the case of Balto-Slavic accentuation. (ms.)  
333 Final diphthongs in Baltic and Slavic. (ms.)  
334 Indo-European between Uralic and Caucasian. (ms.)  
335 Bibliography 1969–2019  
336 Concordance of republished articles  
337 List of criticized publications  
338 Index of publications (1969–2019)  
339 The prehistory of the Slavic vowel system. (ms.)  
340 Inherent versus configurational features. (ms.)  

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