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La heteróclisis lE *so/ *to y el pronombre hetita -as, -an

AuthorsBerenguer Sánchez, José Antonio
Issue Date2005
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationEmerita: Revista de lingüística y filología clásica, Vol. 73, Nº 2, 2005, pags. 197-215
AbstractA new proposal on the elusive origin of the *so / *to suppletivisme can rest on sorne facts: 1) post-anatolian genesis (Hittite sa-as, ta-as have to be explained as prototonic particle *so or *to+enclitic pronoun derived fron a *(H¡)e- stem); 2) the altemation *so / *to reflects a basic opposition animate nominative vs. rest ofcases (and not simply animate vs. inanimate reference or similar). The primitive prototonic particle *to was reinterpreted in post-anatolian period as an anaphoric element refered to a non-subject antecedente Such an anaphoric would have a non-subject syntactic use too. When it was needed an emphatic anaphoric subject, the prototonic particle *so was employed with this aim (a favourable scenario would be clauses with subject change).
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