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Fuß, Goth. fōtus, Ice. fótur, Da. ,Swe. Gk. πνύο (pūs), Lat. pēs, pedis, Skr. pāda, Russ. pod, Lith. pėda t→þ Eng. G. thritto, Goth. þridja, Ice. Gk. ηξίηνο (tritos), Lat. tertius, Gae. treas, Skr. treta, Russ. tretij, Lith. trys k→h Eng. hound, Du. hond, Ger. Hund, Goth. hunds, Ice. hundur, Sca. Gk. θύσλ (kýōn), Lat. canis, Gae. cú, Skr. svan-, Russ. sobaka kw→hw Eng. what, Du. wat, Ger. was, Goth. ƕa, Da. hvad, Ice. hvað Lat. quod, Gae. ciod, Skr. ka-, kiṃ, Russ. ko- b→p Eng. peg Lat. baculum d→t Eng.
Figure 11. 500 BC onwards. The Yamnaya or Jamna (Pit Grave) culture lasted from ca. 200. In this time the first wagons appeared. People were buried with their legs flexed, a position which remaine d typical for the Indo-Europeans for a long time. The burials were covered with a mound, a kurgan. 000 IE II split up into IE III and Anatolian. C on, IE III dialects began to differentiate and spread by 2500 west- and southward (European Dialects, Armenian) and eastward (Indo-Iranian, Tocharian). By 2000 the dialectal breach is complete.
One(-) groom eoh bear Ówis nu ékwobhios (eu)wéqet: Awiz nu ehwamaz wehwet: Ewe now eoh (voice): kērd aghnutoi méghi wídontei, hērt agnutai meke wítantei, heart (-) me wise, ékwoms ágontm wrom. ehwams akantm wēram. eoh (act) were Ékwōs (eu)wéqont: Klúdhi, ówei! Ehwāz wehwant: hludi, awei! eoh (voice): listen, ewe kērd ághnutoi ńsmei wídntmos: kērt aknutai uns wituntmaz: heart (act) us wise: wros, pótis, wĺnām ówjom wēraz, fodiz, wulnōm awjam were, (potent), wool ewe qŕneuti sébhi chermóm wéstrom.