Testen (David Douglas)

2658.
Testen (D.): Palatalization and the Irish ā-stem.
In ZCP 41 (1986), pp. 272–279.
Argues that the declension of the oblique cases of the OIr. ā-stems can be derived regularly from Indo-European with the intervention of the analogical spread to the nominal inflection of an extended stem in *-osiā- based on the forms here postulated for the accusative, genitive and dative of the 3rd sg. fem. demonstrative pronoun.
17572.
Beals (Katharine) (ed.), Cooke (Gina) (ed.), Kathman (David) (ed.), McCullough (Karl-Erik) (ed.), Testen (David) (ed.): CLS 29: proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 1993. Volume I: the main session / compiled and edited by Katharine Beals, Gina Cooke, David Kathman, Sotaro Kita, Karl-Erik McCullough, David Testen.
Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 1993. 499 pp.
1414.
Testen (David): Stem-final *-kk- in Celtic terms for ‘pig’.
In Ériu 50 (1999), pp. 161–164.
Proposes etymologies for *mokku- > Ir. mucc, and *sukko- > W hwch (cf. Ir. socc ‘ploughshare, snout’).