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5 The evident and frequent fluctuation within the minor inflectional paradigm may testify to an early presence of some disintegrative tendencies which, having subsequently spread, led eventually to a demise of the etymological stem type distinctions in individual Germanic languages. The aim of the present study is to determine the extent and pattern of dissemination of the productive inflectional endings among nouns whose stems originally terminated in *-i-. The analysis seeks to trace down and compare the peculiarities and tendencies displayed by the two investigated languages, including those with respect to which the two evince a discrepant pattern, with a view to capturing even minor and seemingly insignificant differences.
Further note that Go. twa < quasi-PIE dueh2 and ba < *bh-eh2 have an ending that must, too, have arisen in unstressed position. 24 Guus Kroonen As a result, the feminine accusative singular þá from alleged PNWGm. *þƗ(n) becomes the only remaining piece of evidence. The evidential value of this form, however, is challenged by material that is offered by Modern Faroese, as I shall try to demonstrate. In Faroese, the paradigms of the demonstratives have been simplified to some extent, though not nearly as much as in the other Scandinavian languages.