Authors - K

Kaczyńska, Elwira
  • (2016) Two Indo-European Verbal Roots *leĝ- and *sleĝ- in the Light of Old and New Lexical Data
Volume 44, p. 147
Kaiser, M. and V. Shevoroshkin
  • (1985) On Indo-European Laryngeals and Vowels
Volume 13, p. 377
  • (1986) Inheritance v. Borrowing in IE, Kartvelian, and Semitic
Volume 14, p. 365
Kalicz, Nandor
  • (1980) The Balaton-Lasinja Culture Groups in Western Hungary, Austria, and Northwestern Yugoslavia Concerning Their Distribution and Origin
Volume 8, p. 245
Kalicz-Schreiber, Rozsa
  • (1990) Symbolic Representations on Early Bronze Age Vessels
Volume 18, p. 59
Kallio, Petri
  • (2015) Nugae Indo-Uralicae
Volume 43, p. 368
Karalinuunas, Simas
  • (1993) Reflexes of IE *h2rtk'o- 'bear' in Baltic
Volume 21, p. 367
Kassian, Alexei
  • (2013) On Forni’s Basque–Indo-European Hypothesis
Volume 41, p. 181
Kassian, Alexei, Mikhail Zhivlov, and George Starostin
  • (2015) Proto-Indo-European-Uralic Comparison from the Probabilistic Point of View
Volume 43, p. 301
  • (2015) Lexicostatistics, Probability, and Other Matters
Volume 43, p. 376
Katona, A. L.
  • (2000) Proto-Greeks and the Kurgan Theory
Volume 28, p. 65
Katz, Joshua T.
  • (2006) The "'Urbi et Orbi'-Rule" Revisited
Volume 34, p. 319
Kazama, Kiyozo
  • (1986) A Phase of the History of India
Volume 14, p. 289
Kazanas, N. D.
  • (2001) Indo-European Deities and the Rgveda
Volume 29, p. 257
  • (2002) Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda
Volume 30, p. 275
  • (2003) Final Reply
Volume 31, p. 187
  • (2010) Rgveda 7.95.2 and Karen Thomson
Volume 38, p. 409
Kazansky, Nikolai N.
  • (1995) Indo-European Onomastics as an Historical Source
Volume 23, p. 157
Kazzazi, Kerstin
  • (2004) Of Brides and Goddesses. Determining the Semantic Differences Between Terms for a Young Woman in the RGveda
Volume 32, p. 43
Kellens, Jean
  • (1977) Vibration and Twinkling
Volume 5, p. 197
Kessler, Brett
  • (2015) Response to Kassian et al., “Proto-Indo-European-Uralic comparison from the probabilistic point of view.”
Volume 43, p. 357
Klein, Jared S.
  • (1977) The Indo-Iranian Prehistory of the Sanskrit asáu/amún Pronoun
Volume 5, p. 161
  • (1992) On the Independence of Gothic Syntax, I: Interrogativity, Complex Sentence Types, Tense, Mood, and Diathesis
Volume 20, p. 339
Klesment, Piret, Ago Künnap, Sven-Erik Soosaar, and Rein Taagepera
  • (2003) Common Phonetic and Grammatical Features of the Uralic Languages and Other Languages in Northern Eurasia
Volume 31, p. 363
Klimov, G. A.
  • (1991) Some Thoughts on Indo-European-Kartevelian Relations
Volume 19, p. 325
Kloekhorst, Alwin
  • (2005) Hittite hapusa(ss)- (formerly known as hapus- 'penis')
Volume 33, p. 27
  • (2008) Some Indo-Uralic Aspects of Hittite
Volume 36, p. 88
Knobloch, Johann
  • (1988) 'Female Speech' in Greek, Armenian, and Albanian
Volume 16, p. 123
  • (1996) Lat. conspiraare und seine Bedeutung in verschiedenen sozialen Sondersprachen
Volume 24, p. 107
  • (2011) In Memoriam -- Johann Knobloch
Volume 39, p. 278
Koch, John T.
  • (2013) Is Basque an Indo-European Language?
Volume 41, p. 255
  • (2014) On the Debate over the Classification of the Language of the South-Western (SW) Inscriptions, also known as Tartessian
Volume 42, p. 335
  • (2014) A Decipherment Interrupted: Proceeding from Valério, Eska, and Prósper
Volume 42, p. 487
Koerner, E. F. K.
  • (1976) 1876 as a Turning Point in the History of Linguistics
Volume 4, p. 333
Kortlandt, Frederick
  • (1983) On Final Syllables in Slavic
Volume 11, p. 167
  • (1983) Proto-Indo-European Verbal Syntax
Volume 11, p. 307
  • (1986) Proto-Indo-European Tones?
Volume 14, p. 153
  • (1986) Comments on R. Orr's View
Volume 14, p. 184
  • (1990) The Spread of the Indo-Europeans
Volume 18, p. 131
  • (1994) From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic
Volume 22, p. 91
  • (2015) Sigmatic and Asigmatic Long Vowel Preterit Forms
Volume 43, p. 236
Kosko, Alexander
  • (1990) The Migration of Steppe and Forest-steppe Communities into Central Europe
Volume 18, p. 309
  • (1991) The Vistula-Oder Basins and the North Pontic Region
Volume 19, p. 235
Kossian, Aram V.
  • (1997) On Anatolian-Urartian Linguistic Contacts
Volume 25, p. 27
Kraig, Bruce
  • (1978) Symbolism in Burial Orientations Among Early Indo-Europeans
Volume 6, p. 149
  • (1981) Stonehenge and Indo-European Symbolism
Volume 9, p. 57
Krasukhin, Konstantin G.
  • (2000) The Indo-European Root *dheugh-: Its Morphology, Meaning, Etymology (in Comparison with Similar Forms)
Volume 28, p. 37
Kristinsson, Axel
  • (2012) Indo-European Expansion Cycles
Volume 40, p. 365
Kroonen, G. J.
  • (2010) Proto-Germanic *krepja- and Proto-Slavic *krepb 'strong'
Volume 38, p. 402
  • (2012) On the etymology of Greek ἂγλις and γέλγις ‘garlic’: an Akkadian loanword in Pre-Greek
Volume 40, p. 289
  • (2016) On the Origin of Greek μῆλον, Latin mālum, Albanian mollë and Hittite šam(a)lu- ‘apple’
Volume 44, p. 85
Kryukova, Victoria
  • (2007) Gates of the Zoroastrian Paradise
Volume 35, p. 345
Kulikov, Leonid
  • (2009) Vedic pis acuteá- and Atharvaveda-S acuteaunakiya 19.49.4 = Atharvaveda-Paippala macronda 14.8.4: A note on the Indo-Iranian bestiary
Volume 37, p. 141
Kumar, G. D.
  • (1973) The Ethnic Components of the Builders of the Indus Valley Civilization and the Advent of the Aryans
Volume 1, p. 66
Kurke, Leslie
  • (1989) Pouring Prayers: A Formula of IE Sacral Poetry
Volume 17, p. 113
Künnap, Ago, Piret Klesment, Sven-Erik Soosaar, and Rein Taagepera
  • (2003) Common Phonetic and Grammatical Features of the Uralic Languages and Other Languages in Northern Eurasia
Volume 31, p. 363
Kuzmina, E. E.
  • (2001) The First Migration Wave of Indo-Iranians to the South
Volume 29, p. 1
  • (2002) Comments on Kazanas' "Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda"
Volume 30, p. 365
  • (2014) In Memoriam, Elena Efimovna Kuz’mina
Volume 42, p. 203
Kuznetsov, P.
  • (2005) An Indo-Iranian Symbol of Power in the Earliest Steppe Kurgans
Volume 33, p. 325
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