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The index of this book presents a list of Indo-European roots and a list of basic linguistic word forms of different languages, relevant to the history of the Slavic Aoristsystems with the annotated document collection of the Aorist forms and forms of the passive past participle tense in Old Church Slavonic. This chapter proposes a paradigmatic organization of the Proto-Slavic finite verb revealing development parallels with other Indo-European languages. It explains the study of the diachronic and synchronic conditioning of paradigmatic preferences of Proto-Slavic primary verbs. Designed as a reference book, the volume comprises a nearly complete attestation of OCS Aorists and past participles. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: basic linguistic word forms; Indo-european roots; old church slavonic; paradigmatic preferences; slavic aoristsystems

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