Q. strong-past grammar.

Examples (strong-past)
āne [← anta-] ✧ PE17/147.0107
avante ← auta- ✧ PE17/063.2804
oänte ← auta ✧ PE17/148.2614
oante [← auta-¹] ✧ PE22/164.1608
anwe ← auta- ✧ WJ/366.1207
oantë “went away (to another place)” ← auta- ✧ WJ/366.2203
oantë ← auta- ✧ WJ/366.3003
aune “*was not” [← ava-¹] ✧ VT49/13.2305
keante [← caita-] ✧ PE22/157.2306
keante [← caita-] ✧ VT48/12.4101
enge “*was” [← ëa-] ✧ VT43/38.1701
enge ← ea ✧ VT49/29.0111
fāne- ← fanta- ✧ PE17/180.0302
hrinse ← hríza (present) ✧ PE17/168.2002
?hrisse ← hríza (present) ✧ PE17/168.2003
hrinte ← hrisya (aorist) ✧ PE17/168.1709
hunte ← húta- ✧ PE17/149.1813
mennē- ← menta- ✧ PE17/093.2501
menē- ← menta- ✧ PE17/093.2901
nanke [← nahta-¹] ✧ PE22/157.2703
orne ← ora (aorist) ✧ VT41/13.3706
talante ← talta (present) ✧ PE17/186.2101
tente “pointed” [← tenta-] ✧ VT49/23.0311
tenante “*directed toward” ← tenta ✧ VT49/23.0607
virne ← virya- ✧ PE17/189.1207
yóre [← yor-] ✧ PE17/043.1905
aunen ← ava- 1st-sg ✧ VT49/13.2907

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ᴹQ. strong-past grammar.

Examples (strong-past)
óle “grew, finished growing, grew up, became” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/116.1317
alle [← ola-] ✧ PE22/116.3409
atalante “down-fell” [← atalta-] ✧ LR/056.3101
kenne ← kenya ✧ PE22/115.1305
koine ← koita- ✧ PE22/103.2303
ehtelle ← ehtelu- ✧ PE22/103.1703
ehtelle ← ehtelu ✧ PE22/117.0411
farne ← farya- ✧ Ety/PHAR.012
farne/farinye ← farya- ✧ EtyAC/PHAR.040
hamme “sat” [← hamu-] ✧ PE22/117.0604
sinte ← ista- ✧ Ety/IS.006
sinte “knew” ← ista ✧ PE22/115.1010
kelle ← kelu ✧ PE22/117.0410
lanne “heard” ← hlasta- ✧ PE22/103.2903
hlasse ← hlasta- ✧ PE22/103.3005
hlanne ← hlasta- ✧ PE22/103.3006
lasse ← lasta- ✧ PE22/103.4210
lanne ← lasta- ✧ PE22/103.4211
lasse ← lasta ✧ PE22/115.1309
laune ← lauta ✧ PE22/103.2310
lende “went, departed” ← lenna ✧ Ety/LED.007
lende “went” [← lenna-] ✧ LR/047.1003
lende “came” [← lenna-] ✧ LR/056.2903
lende “went” [← lenna-] ✧ LR/056.3104
lende “has gone” [← lenna-] ✧ LR/072.1204
lende “went” [← lenna-] ✧ SD/310.2703
lūve [← lumna-] ✧ EtyAC/DUB.017
nahante [← nahta-] ✧ PE22/115.1606
nusse ← nusta ✧ PE22/103.3012
óne ← onta- ✧ Ety/ONO.010
rontē “rose” ← orta ✧ PE22/115.1005
oronte “rose” ← orta ✧ PE22/115.1107
síre ← sirya ✧ PE22/115.1310
**sulumpe [← sulpa-] ✧ PE22/115.1501
talante ← talta ✧ PE22/115.0905
tange “twanged” ← tanga ✧ PE22/103.0505
tolle “stood” [← tolu-] ✧ PE22/117.0602
ulle ← ulya- ✧ Ety/ULU.009
ulle “poured” [← ulya-] ✧ PE22/112.2311
vanne ← vanya- ✧ Ety/WAN.013
vinte ← vinta- ✧ Ety/WIN.032
ville ← vilin (aorist 1st-sg) ✧ Ety/WIL.041
talantie “He is fallen” [← talta-] stative ✧ LR/072.1201
launen “abounded to me, I had lots of ...” ← lauta with-1st-sg-object ✧ PE22/103.2404

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