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The millennial persistence of Indo-European and Eurasiatic pronouns and the origin of nominals

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Abstract

In further defense of the Proto-Sapiens antiquity of global kinship etymologies, we illustrate the long-lasting survival of personal pronouns first in the Indo-European family, then in the Eurasiatic macrofamily of languages. We then put forward a conjecture about how the category of 1st and 2nd person pronouns might have originated.

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