Citation: Priyadarshi, P., kya bharopiya bhasha-parivar ka janma Bharat men hua tha?

Naye sakshyon ka ek punaravalokan, Warima 2011 October, ISSN 0976-8548, 2:94-106.


(Indo-Iranian) (PIE Se, grind,





R1a R1a

















(eszterag, (sterkjok, (storche,

(Lachs) Lachs; Laks, Laks, Leax; Lax Lax, Lex;



Laks – “Laks”




[ Luossa, Laka,

Lohi, naka-tais Laka,

Lazac, Ru, ] Lachs



“ai” (ai)




(Plough, Plugas, nangeli,



Sow, Sero,

Sawan, Sevi,


Semen, * (*Se, *Seh,


Seti) (si, siu,



si, zhji,


sito- sitya, siri, sili, sili, sro, sra, saro, sar,

sro, sre, sru, swa, sos,



sla, shu, san,


Kers, krukka, kraacho colere, kras, krah, kret, kroja, pestle, pestillum, pis, piht, pas, pyit, pestel, khra, kein,

pitta, pastry,

petta, pasta,


mylen, mola, muhle, mel/mol/ml, maw, mo:h, molere,

brato, bhreue, fran, bujh, bo:jh, grindenen, grida, ghreu, ghen, grendh, gurgu, gruaam, gra deuuang, garan, gumrin, grias, ghrets, gro:hng, ghren, gher, gherjdh, prek,




corn, granum,


gon/guan, Katuik Kan, cook, coccus, pekw-, paj, coc, cob kun,


gAw, kuh/kuhe, gu, ku, ngombe, goe, koe, ko, ngan, komo, koh,


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