Monthly Archives: May 2015

Five Shortcuts to Writing a Heavyweight Etymological Dictionary

Minor apologies for the clickbait-satire title (I do not actually enumerate any shortcuts in this post), but the arriving summer is making me jocular I guess. :) My current stop on what seems to be turning into an unofficial world

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Finno-Ugric đ

A note for my Finnish-proficient readers and other interested people: I’ve transcribed and uploaded Arvid Genetz’ presentation Suomalais-ugrilainen đ ensimmäisen ja toisen tavuun vokaalien välissä (published 1896) on Wikisource. This is one of the three works to have come from

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Geography-constrained family trees?

A complaint that often comes up in introductions to studies on computational phylogenetics is that the number of possible binary trees grows quite fast (loosely factorialesquely) as a function of the number of entities we are attempting to relate. This

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