Zair (Nicholas A. S.)

15770.
Zair (Nicholas): Sound change in Proto-Celtic: laryngeals before *w.
In LingO 2007 (2007), pp. 261–268.
11993.
Zair (Nicholas): British *-āu̯-, *-āg- and the Celtic words for ‘sun’.
In Sprache 49/2 (2010–2011), pp. 194–216.
Appendix: Other Celtic words for ‘sun’ [OIr. súil].
10552.
Zair (Nicholas): Varia: I. OIr. cuae, MW keu, MB queu ‘hollow’.
In Ériu 61 (2011), pp. 165–168.
Supports a reconstruction < *kau̯i̯o-, vs. LEIA C-258.
14038.
Zair (Nicholas): Schrijver’s rules for British and Proto-Celtic *-ou̯- and *-uu̯- before a vowel.
In Laws and rules in Indo-European (2012), pp. 147–160.
15284.
Zair (Nicholas): A new environment for laryngeal loss in Proto-Celtic.
In Sound of Indo-European (2012), pp. 613–630.
11832.
Zair (Nicholas): The reflexes of the Proto-Indo-European laryngeals in Celtic.
BSIELL, 7. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2012. xvi + 346 pp.
Rev. by
Ranko Matasović, in ZCP 61 (2014), pp. 302-308.
14432.
Zair (Nicholas): Old Irish gniid ‘makes, does’, Middle Welsh gweinydaf ‘serve’, and i-presents.
In ZCP 62 (2015), pp. 213–222.
17167.
Zair (Nicholas): The shared features of Italic and Celtic.
In Indo-European linguistics [= HSK 41] (2017), pp. 2030–2037.