Modern Indo-European Grammar 2nd Ed., Indo-European for the EU (2007), and Proto-Indo-European Etymological Dictionary by J.Pokorny

At least three new main releases have been made since our last report:

  1. Modern Indo-European Grammar, Vol. I (Morphology), version 2.10, already published as Full Second Edition. We will see how the volume on MIE Syntax is written and revised from now on.
  2. Proto-Indo-European Etymological Dictionary by Julius Pokorny (originally Indogermanisches Etymologisches Wörterbuch), revised and formatted as tagged PDF for quick reference.
  3. Proto-Indo-European language revival for the EU, our Foundation Project of 2006, revised as a European Association project for 2007.

All publications are made under a dual Free/Libre licence Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike v. 3.0 and GNU Free Documentation License v.2.

For more on minor version changes on this and other common works, please refer (and suscribe) to our Indo-European language resources’ blog.

Your Indo-European Language Team.

Indo-European quick reference dictionary based on Pokorny’s Indogermanisches Etymologisches Woerterbuch

Wlqo’s Europaio version of Pokorny’s main work, Indogermanisches Etymologisches Wörterbuch (The Indo-European Etymological Dictionary) is now also available in the resources section of Dnghu’ website.

It has been posted mainly to show newcomers how Europaio (or modern Proto-Indo-European) resembles the Indo-European languages they speak, as many people are already saying Europaio is a language system too difficult to substitute English as Europe’s main language.

We think that cognate words are a great source for knowing Indo-European vocabulary better, and still better to show people how different Europaio is from a constructed language or conlang.

Your Indo-European Language Team.