Lamo talgida or talgida lamo: an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse?

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Lamo talgida or talgida lamo : an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse? / Hansen, Bjarne Simmelkjær Sandgaard.

I: Arkiv foer Nordisk Filologi, Bind 131, 1, 2016, s. 5-20.

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Hansen, BSS 2016, 'Lamo talgida or talgida lamo: an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse?', Arkiv foer Nordisk Filologi, bind 131, 1, s. 5-20.

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Hansen, B. S. S. (2016). Lamo talgida or talgida lamo: an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse? Arkiv foer Nordisk Filologi, 131, 5-20. [1].

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Hansen BSS. Lamo talgida or talgida lamo: an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse? Arkiv foer Nordisk Filologi. 2016;131:5-20. 1.

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Hansen, Bjarne Simmelkjær Sandgaard. / Lamo talgida or talgida lamo : an indication of a paradigmatic ablative in Proto-Norse?. I: Arkiv foer Nordisk Filologi. 2016 ; Bind 131. s. 5-20.

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abstract = "The standard interpretation of the Skovg{\aa}rde rosette clasp inscription lamo talgida as lamō talgidē ‘Lamō carved (this)’ poses at least two potential problems, viz. the aberrant form of the weak preterite 3.sg. ending -dē and the proposed reading direction. In this article, I will contend that we might consider the alternative interpretation talgida lamō ‘carved by Lamaz’ which, though creating new but by no means insurmountable problems to our understanding of the Proto-Norse linguistic system, will both fit the expected reading direction better and render unnecessary the unwelcome assumption of an otherwise unattested variant -da of the weak preterite 3.sg. ending. Moreover, this interpretation will, if correct, introduce a new case to the Proto-Norse inflectional system: the ablative.",
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