Weiss (Michael)

Weiss (Michael): Interesting i-stems in Irish.
In Multi nominis grammaticus [Fs. Nussbaum] (2013), pp. 340–356.
Cooper (Adam I.) (ed.), Rau (Jeremy) (ed.), Weiss (Michael) (ed.): Multi nominis grammaticus: studies in classical and Indo-European linguistics in honor of Alan J. Nussbaum, on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday / edited by Adam I. Cooper, Jeremy Rau and Michael Weiss.
Ann Arbor, MI: Beech Stave Press, 2013. xi + 366 pp.
Nussbaum (Alan J.) (hon.)
Weiss (Michael): The paradigm of the word for ‘house, home’ in Old Irish and related issues.
In IF 122 (2017), pp. 61–82.
Weiss (Michael): An Italo-Celtic divinity and a common Sabellic sound change.
In ClAnt 36/2 (Oct., 2017), pp. 370–389.
Argues Lat. theonym Sēmō is connected to a Proto-Celtic *Segomū (> Gaul. Segomoni, Og. segamanas, OIr. (Nia) Segamon), positing a Proto-Italo-Celtic *seĝhomōn- ‘strong one,' ‘strongman’ (< PIE * √seĝh- ‘hold firmly,' etc.).
Weiss (Michael): King: some observations on an East-West archaism.
In Usque ad radices [Fs. Olsen] (2017), pp. 793–800.
OIr. , rígain.
Weiss (Michael): On the prehistory of Latin iūs.
In The comparative mythology today 1 (2018), pp. 1–17.
§5. Discusses the etymological correspondence between Lat. iūs and OIr. uisse.
Weiss (Michael): Veneti or Venetes? Observations on a widespread Indo-European tribal name.
In Fs. Lubotsky (2018), pp. 349–357.
Contains an excursus on t-stems forming agentives, represented in Ir. by cing, fili, etc.
Weiss (Michael): Limited Latin Grassmann’s Law: do we need it?
In Fs. Vine (2018), pp. 438–447.
Includes discussion of OIr. verb tráigid, arguing its attested forms result from the paradigmatic conflation of two distinct verbs, weak denominative tráigid (< *trāgı̄-ti)) and strong *traigid (< *treg-i-ti).