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Pie instr. pl. *‑mīs (strong ending) vs. acc. sg. *‑m (weak ending), cf. the accentuation of li galvomìs vs. gálvą. 118 As for the origin of the Balto-Slavic paradigmatic mobility, Garde rejects an accent retraction of acc. sg. *dukˈterin > li dùkterį as proposed by Saussure. Garde (1976, 1: viii). Jakobson (1963: 160–161). Cf. Dybo (1981: 54); this idea is rejected by Kortlandt (1978a: 72–76). Garde (1976, 1: 342). 42 Chapter 1. Introduction solution of Proto-Indo-European. The strong mots-désinences were accented in the proto-language, the weak ones were unaccented.
Pedersen (1905: 333). 57. Pedersen (1907: 213); cf. (1933: 36–37); the assumption of an accent retraction from an acute to a preceding acute syllable appears in the works of various authors, including those of Stankiewicz. 58. Hirt, interestingly, did not mention the Swiss scholar’s role in connection with this retraction, attributing the discovery of it solely to Torbiörnsson (Hirt 1929: 173–175). 4. 59 Vowel stems at this point had columnar accentuation, although traces of earlier paradigmatic mobility are occasionally found in the i‑, u‑, ā‑ and ē-stems.
Introduction accent paradigm, as in the case of ru nom. sg. ruká, acc. rúku, (analogically) gen. rukí; cf. li rankà, rañką, rañkos ap 2. In the neuter o-stems, there was an accent alternation between the singular and plural, which originally constituted a suppletive paradigm. 50 In Lithuanian the rise of mobility in o-stems was possibly connected with the inclusion of original neuter nouns in this category, while in Slavic it was a result of the introduction of certain desinences from the u-stems.
Balto-Slavic accentual mobility by Thomas Olander