[Spellyans] horseman

Linus Band linusband at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 12:30:02 GMT 2012


Yes, so do I. I meant that *marregyon/marregion* is the etymological form,
and that *marrogyon* is the one that underwent analogy. Both are evidently
historical.


2012/11/3 Daniel Prohaska <daniel at ryan-prohaska.com>

> I think there's a misunderstanding here somewhere in the thread….
>
> Both forms are historical in that they are attested and were used. It
> remains to decide which form is the "etymological" one, i.e. which passed
> through the sound changes regularly.
>
> Dan
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> On Nov 3, 2012, at 1:06 PM, Hedley Climo wrote:
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> In UCR (NJAW 2006), we find:
> cavalier. *marhek, -hogyon*
> chevalier. *marhak, -hogyon*
> *
> *
> ?*marhegyon* seems not to be included at all.
>
> Eddie Climo
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