The repetition of phonemic characteristics in radical morphemes in sets of synonyms from indo-european languages*
Keywords:The repetition of phonemic characteristics in radical morphemes in sets of synonyms from indo-european languages*
Through its continuations our treatise has now acquired a size unu sual for the present periodical and so the editors wish it to be brought to a conclusion. In what follows, therefore, we shall no longer be able to guide our reader on the research path step by step - as we have done so far in the wish to facilitate a strict control of our procedure. In the conclusion we have to restrict ourselves to a presentation of the main features of the so far achieved picture of our insights concerning the ultimate problems posed by the material collected and the statistically discovered laws. The analyses carried out for this purpose, either within the narrower scope of our material or within a broader framework, will be presented mainly in their final results. Since the time available has not allowed us to start some additional analyses or to carry through some analyses already begun, the picture of our insights will be less clear also in places where it might have been made clearer. This is what we should like to call to the reader's attention; on the other hand it is true that a final, possibly exhaustive elucidation of bulky statistical material can hardly be realized in a periodical publication, which has already kindly allowed us a sizable space for the presentation of the ma terial, the counting of it, tabulary illustrations and calculations.
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