American Philological Association Meetings

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American Philological Association Meetings

Postby indoeuropean on Sat Dec 22, 2007 5:54 pm

A good website to know what is being dicussed right now among American philologists is that of . You can (still) read all the Abstracts of their Annual Meetings:

I found it looking for the Latin word populus (which e.g. gives English "popular" and "public"). I read the tiny abstract:

After this paper, it is a loan from Sabellic, and comes from IE qeql.os (>pepelos->popolos), i.e., from the same source as Gk. kuklos (=Eng. cycle), Vedic cakram, O.Eng. hweol.
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