Articles

  • 1947. (Research Report) Bijdrage tot de studie van de zogenaamde Oudnoorse wo-praesentia. Pp. 161-3 in Handelingen van het XVIIe Vlaamse Filologencongres. Leuven.
  • 1948. Over de etymologie van Nederlands wouw 'reseda luteola'. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 26: 541-68.
  • 1948. (Research report) Un corollaire éventuel de la 'Verschärfung' dans les dialectes germaniques occidentaux. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 26: 342.
  • 1949. A West-Germanic reflex of the 'Verschärfung.' Language 25:182-9.
  • 1950. Etymologische nota over het woord gaver. Mededelingen van de Vereniging voor Naamkunde te Leuven 26: 27.
  • 1950. Laryngaaltheorie en Germaanse Verscherping. Handelingen van de Zuid-Nederlandse Maatschappij voor Taal- en Letterkunde en Geschiedenis 4: 61-75.
  • 1950. Reflexes de laryngales en arménien. Annuaire de l'Institut de Philologie et d'Histore Orientales et Slaves 10: 539-69. [=Mélanges Henri Grégoire 2. Brussels, 1950.]
  • 1950. (Research report) L'étymologie du terme germanique *ansuz 'dieu souverain.' Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 28: 1427.
  • 1951. Nerthus-Njord. Pp. 99-124 in Handelingen van de Zuid-Nederlandse Maatschappij voor Taal- en Letterkundeen Geschiedenis 5 (1950).
  • 1951. (Research Report) Germaans en Venetisch. Pp. 198-203 in Handelingen van het XIXe Vlaamse Filologencongres. Brussels.
  • 1951. (Research report) Isoglosses germano-illyriennes. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 29: 313-4.
  • 1952. À propos du guerrier de Capestrano. La Nouvelle Clio 3: 261-70.
  • 1952. Zum heutigen Stand der Laryngaltheorie. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 30: 444-71, 1041-50.
  • 1952. On the origin of Hittite h. Language 28: 444-6.
  • 1953. L'étymologie du terme germanique *ansuz 'dieu souverain.' Etudes Germaniques 8.29: 36-44.
  • 1953. À propos de la 2e édition de 'Gli antichi Italici' de M. G. Devoto", La Nouvelle Clio 4: 130-7.
  • 1953. Reflexes de laryngales en arménien: notes complémentaires. Annuaire de l'Institut de Philologie et d'Histore Orientales et Slaves 8: 669-71.
  • 1953. (Research report) Notes sur le vocabulaire religieux du germanique. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 31: 829.
  • 1954. Notes sur le vocabulaire religieux du germanique. I. Runique alu. La Nouvelle Clio 5: 40-55.
  • 1954. Notes critiques sur les concordances germano-celtiques. Ogam 6.34: 145-64.
  • 1954. La religion germanique primitive, reflet d'une structure sociale. Le Flambeau 4: 437-63.
  • 1954. À propos de la déesse Nerthus. Latomus 13: 167-200.
  • 1955. (Research report) Quelques notes a propos de l'énigmatique dieu scandinave, lóðurr. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 33: 483-94.
  • 1956. Veiovis = Vofiono-?. (Hommages à Max Niedermann, Collection). Latomus 23: 274-85.
  • 1956. L'origine mythique de l'homme. Les Cahiers du Libre Examen 16. 1: 48-54. [Reprinted in La Pensée et Les Hommes 4.]
  • 1956. (Research report) Les inscriptions des casques de Negau et les Germains des Alpes. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 34: 232-3.
  • 1956. (With J. Stengers.) Axel Svinhufvud, Capitaine de la Force Publique. Biographie Coloniale Belge 4: Col. 859-64.
  • 1954-6. Dutch radio-course, published in weekly installments by the Bulletin of the Belgian State Broadcasting system (Micro-Magazine).
  • 1957. Germanisch und Venetisch. Pp. 86-97 in Gedenkschrift Paul Kretschmer 2. Wien/Hollinek/Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • 1958. (Research report) Personennamen bei einigen Stämmen in Belgisch-Kongo, VI. Pp. 95-6 in Internationaler Kongress für Namenforschung, Programmheft. München.
  • 1958. The organization of education in the Belgian Congo. Leverhulme International Conference on Teachers Education in Africa, Reports. Salisbury, S. Rhodesia. 6 mimeographed pages.
  • 1959. Théorie laryngale et germanique. Pp. 397-402 in Mélanges de Linguistique et de Philologie. Fernand Mossé en memoriam. Paris: Didier.
  • 1959. Le Centre Interfacultaire d'anthropologie et de linguistique africaines de l'Université Officielle du Congo Belge et du Ruanda-Urundi à Elisabethville. Orbis 13: 504-9.
  • 1959. Rapport sur les recherches linguistiques et ethnographiques au Congo Belge et au Ruanda-Urundi. Bulletin of the International Committee on Urgent Anthropological and Ethnographical Research 2: 103-9.
  • 1959. Procédés modernes de classement des données lexicales. Service de Documentation Technique de l'Union Minière du Hart-Katanga. Jadotville. 12 mimeographed pages.
  • 1960. Pour la promotion des études onomastiques en Afrique Centrale. Revue Internationale d'Onomastique 12: 40-1.
  • 1962. Les langues indo-européennes dans le milieu méditerranéen. Latomus 20 (1961, but published 1962): 806-16.
  • 1962. (Research report) Personennamen bei einigen Stämmen in Belgisch-Kongo. Pp. 615-21 in Sixth International Congress of Onomastic Sciences (Reports of the Congress, vol. 3). [= Studia Onomastica Monacensia 4.]
  • 1963. Cultural languages and contact vernaculars in the Republic of the Congo. Texas Studies in Literature and Language 4.4: 499-511. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 1-16.]
  • 1964. Diachronic development of structural patterns in the Germanic conjugation system. Pp. 870-80 in Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Linguistics, ed. by H.G. Lunt. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1964. Considérations sur la valeur des donnés lexicostatistiques. Pp. 29-36 in Communications et Rapports du Premeier Congrés International de Dialectologie Générale, Vol. 1. Louvain: Centre International de Dialectologie Générale.
  • 1964. L'anthroponymie vénète. Latomus 23: 788-92.
  • 1965. The laryngeal theory so far: A critical bibliographical study. Pp. 9-78 in Evidence for Laryngeals, ed. by W. Winter. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1966. The position of Venetic and Illyrian. Pp. 59-76 in Ancient Indo-European dialects, ed. by H. Birnbaum and J. Puhvel. Los Angeles: University of California Press.
  • 1966. Germanisch und Italisch im Lichte der deskriptiven Sprachbetrachtung. Orbis 15: 190-9.
  • 1967. Notes on the reflexes of IE /ms/ in Germanic. Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 45: 800-26.
  • 1967. On the origin of the Germanic class III of weak verbs. Pp. 83-92 in Beiträge zur Indogermanistik und Keltologie, Julius Pokorny zum 80. Geburtstag gewidmet, ed. by W. Meid. Innsbruck: Sprachwissenschaftliches Institut der Universität Innsbruck.
  • 1967. (Research report) Geographical differences in lexical usage in Swahili. Pp. 664-72 in Verhandlungen des zweiten internationalen Dialektologenkongresses, ed. by L. E. Schmidt. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag.
  • 1968. Lubumbashi Swahili. Journal of African Languages 7. 1:14-25. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 219-35.]
  • 1968. The Indo-European numeral for 'five' and Hittite panku- 'all.' Pp. 98-101 in Pratidnam. Indian, Iranian and Indo-European studies presented to F. B. J. Kuiper, ed. by J. C. Heesterman et al. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1968. The choice of official languages in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Pp. 295-312 in Language problems of developing nations, ed. by J. A. Fishman, C. A. Ferguson, and J. Das Gupta. New York: Wiley. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 17-37.]
  • 1969. Some comments on Voluspáa, stanzas 17-18. Pp. 265-90 in Old Norse Literature and Mythology. A Symposium, ed. by E. Polomé. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1969. Lee M. Hollander: a biographical sketch. Pp. 291-3 in Old Norse Literature and Mythology. A Symposium, ed. by E. Polomé. Austin: University of Texas Press.
  • 1969. Lee M. Hollander: a chronological bibliography. Pp. 294-317 in Old Norse Literature and Mythology. A Symposium, ed. by E. Polomé. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.
  • 1969. The position of Swahili and other Bantu languages in Katanga. Texas Studies in Literature and Langage 11: 905-13. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 38-47.]
  • 1969. Das indogermanische Vokalsystem in neuer Sicht? Die Sprache 15.2: 175-87. [Reprinted in Robert Schmidt-Brandt, Die Entwicklungdes indo-germanischen Vokalsystems (2nd edition, Heidelberg: Julius Groos, 1973), pp. 167-79.]
  • 1970. Remarks on the problem of the Germanic 'Verschärfung.' Pp. 177-90 in Linguistique Contemporaine. Hommage à Eric Buyssens, ed. by Jean Diricks and Yvan Lebrun. Bruxelles: Editions de l'Instiut de Sociologie.
  • 1970. The position of Germanic among West-Indo-European languages. Pp. 49-56 in Actes du Xe Congrès International des Linguistes II. Bucarest: Editions de l'Acadmie de la République Socialiste de Roumanie.
  • 1970. Germanic and regional Indo-European (lexicography and culture). Pp. 55-72 in Indo-European and Indo-Europeans, ed. by G. Cardona, H. Hoenigswald, and A. Senn. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • 1970. The Indo-European component in Germanic religion. Pp. 55-82 in Myth and law among the Indo-Europeans, ed. by J. Puhvel. Berkeley/Los Angeles: University of California Press.
  • 1971. Multilingualism in an African urban centre: the Lubumbashi case. Pp. 364-75 in Language use and social change, ed. by W. H. Whiteley. London: Oxford University Press. [repr.in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 48-58.]
  • 1971. The Katanga (Lubumbashi) Swahili creole. Pp. 57-9 in Pidginization and creolization of languages, ed. by Dell Hymes. London/New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • 1972. Germanic and the other Indo-European languages. Pp. 43-69 in Toward a grammar of Proto-Germanic, ed. by Frans Van Coetsem and Herbert Kufner. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.
  • 1972. Reflexes of laryngeals in Indo-Iranian with special reference to the problem of the voiceless aspirates. Pp. 233-51 in Saga og Språk. Studies in Language and Literature, ed. by John Weinstock. Austin: Pemberton Press.
  • 1972. "Swahili", "Lingua franca." In Encyclopaedia Americana (latest edition).
  • 1973. Sociolinguistic problems in Tanzania and Zaire. Pp. 64-83 in Language systems in Africa, ed. by Sunday O. Anozie. New Paltz, NY: Conch Magazine Ltd. (= The Conch, Special Issue, Fall, 1972).
  • 1973. Wilfred H. Whiteley, 1924-1972. Research in African Literatures 4.2: 192-3.
  • 1974. Notes on the Germano-Baltic lexical correspondences. A critique of Cemodanov's isoglosses. Journal of Indo-European Studies 2: 101-16.
  • 1974. Approaches to Germanic mythology. Pp. 51-65 in Myth in Indo-European antiquity, ed. by Gerald J. Larson, C. Scott Littleton, and Jaan Puhvel. Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press.
  • 1975. Problems and techniques of a sociolinguistically oriented language survey: the case of the Tanzania survey. Pp. 31-50 in Language Surveys in Developing Nations. Papers and Reports on Sociolinguistic Surveys, ed. by S. Ohannessian, C. Ferguson, and E. Polom&ecute;. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 59-87.]
  • 1975. Old Norse religious terminology in Indo-European perspective. Pp. 654-65 in The Nordic languages and modern linguistics 2. 13, ed. by Karl-Hampus Dahlstedt. Umeå, Sweden: Kunglige Skytteanska Samfundets Handlingar. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 285-95.]
  • 1975. The reconstruction of the Proto-Bantu culture from the lexicon. In Working Papers in Linguistics 19, ed. by Robert Herbert. Columbus, OH: Department of Linguistics. [Reprinted in L'Expansion Bantoue - Actes du Colloque International du CNRS, Viviers (France), 4-16 avril 1977, ed. by Luc Bouquiaux. Paris, SELAF (1980), pp. 779-91.] [See also "The reconstruction of Proto-Bantu culture from the lexicon" (1980)]
  • 1975. Iets over Etymologische Woordenboeken. Pp. 243-9 in Festschrift for Professor Adolf van Loey, Spel van Zinnen, ed. by R. Jansen-Sieben and S. de Vriendt. Bruxelles: Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles.
  • 1975. Linguistic borrowing. Pp. 2-14 in Working Papers, 1974 Conference, American Council of Teachers of Uncommonly Taught Asian Languages, ed. by Herman van Olphen. Austin, Texas: Center for Asian Studies.
  • 1976. A symposium on the verb in India, Part I. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 5.1: 195-201.
  • 1976. Die Stellung des Germanischen innerhalb der indogermanischen Sprachen. Kurzer Überblick über einige Probleme. Pp.10-19 in Akten des V. Internationalen Germanisten-Kongresses, Cambridge 1975, ed. by Forster and Hans-Gert Rolloff. Bern: Lang. (= Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik, A. 2, no. 2).
  • 1977. Approaches to the study of Vedic religion. Pp. 405-15 in Studies in descriptive and historical linguistics. Festschrift for W. P. Lehmann, ed. by Paul Hopper. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 1977. Le vocabulaire proto-bantu et ses implications culturelles. Pp. 181-201 in Paleontologia Linguistica, Atti del VI. Convegno Internazionale di Linguisti. Brescia, Paideia: Istituto Lombardo - Accademia di Scienze e Lettere.
  • 1978. The earliest attestations of Swahili. Indian Linguistics 39: 165-78. [= Professor P. Pandit memorial volume.]
  • 1978. A few thoughts about reconstructing Indo-European culture and religion. Journal of the Deprtment of English 14: 45-62 (University of Calcutta) [= Suniti Kumar Chatterji memorial number.] [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 296-315.]
  • 1978. Report. Working Group 4: Pidgins and creoles. Pp. 127-30 in Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Linguists, 1977, ed. by W. Dressler and W. Meid. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität.
  • 1979. Creolization theory and linguistic prehistory. Pp. 679-90 in Studies in Diachronic, Synchronic, and Typological Linguistics. Festschrift for Oswald Szemerényi, ed. by Bela Brogyanyi. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 237-48.]
  • 1979. Some aspects of the cult of the mother goddess in Western Europe. Pp. 193-208 in Vistas and vectors: Essays honoring the memory of Helmut Rehder, ed. by Lee Jennings and G. Schultz-Behrend. Austin, Texas: University of Texas, Department of Germanic Languages.
  • 1979. Tanzanian language policy and Swahili. Pp. 160-70 in National language planning and treatment, ed. by Richard Wood. [= Word 30.] [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 88-100.]
  • 1979. Foreword. Pp. IX-X in Topics in Pali historical phonology, by Indira Yashwant Junghare. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.
  • 1980. Swahili in Tanzania. Pp. 79-100 in Language in Tanzania, ed. by E. Polomé and P. C. Hill. London: Oxford University Press, for International African Institute. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 189-218.]
  • 1980. The languages of Tanzania. Pp. 1-25 in Language in Tanzania, ed. by E. Polomé and P. C. Hill. London: Oxford University Press, for International African Institute.
  • 1980. Tanzania 1970: A sociolinguistic perspective. Pp. 103-38 in Language in Tanzania, ed. by E. Polomé and P. C. Hill. London: Oxford University Press, for International African Institute. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 101-50.]
  • 1980. Creolization processes and diachronic linguistics. Pp. 185-202 in Theoretical orientations in creole studies, ed. by Albert Valdman and Arnold Highfield. New York: Academic Press.
  • 1980. Armenian and the Proto-Indo-European laryngeals. Pp. 17-34 in First International Conference on Armenian Linguistics: Proceedings, ed. by John A. Greppin. New York: Caravan Books.
  • 1980. Vedic speculation on the ultimate. Pp. 39-52 in Man and the Ultimate. A Symposium, ed. by E. Polom&eacute. Austin, Texas: Southwest Branch of the American Oriental Society.
  • 1980. The gods of the Indo-Europeans. The Mankind Quarterly 21. 2: 151-64.
  • 1980. Remarques sur quelques isoglosses germano-indo-aryennes. Folia Linguistica Historica 1: 109-16.
  • 1980. The reconstruction of Proto-Bantu culture from the lexicon. Pp. 779-91 in L'Expansion Bantoue- Actes du Colloque International du CNRS, Viviers (France), 4-16 avril 1977, ed. by Luc Bouquiaux. Paris: SELAF. [Slightly revised version of "The reconstruction of the Proto-Bantu culture from the lexicon" (1975).] [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 316-28.]
  • 1981. Indo-European verb morphology. An outline of some recent views with special regard to Old Indic. Pp. 851-61 in Ludwig Sternbach Felicitation Volume. Lucknow, India: Akhila Bharatiya Sanskrit Parishad. [Also in International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 9. 1:158-69.]
  • 1981. Language and dialect. An introduction, with special reference to South Asia. Pp. 1-7 in Language and dialect in South and Southeast Asia, ed. by Herman van Olphen. Austin, Texas: American Council of Teachers of Uncommonly Taught Asian Languages.
  • 1981. Lexical data and cultural contacts: A critique of the study of prehistoric isoglosses and borrowings. Pp. 505-13 in Logos Semantikos. III. Semantics, ed. by Wolf Dietrich and Horst Geckeler. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter/Madrid: Editorial Gredos. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 353-64.]
  • 1981. Can graphemic change cause phonemic change? Pp. 881-8 in Bono homini donum. Essays in historical linguistics in memory of J. Alexander Kerns, ed. by Yoël Arbeitman and Allan Bomhard. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 1982. Preface. Pp. VII-IX in The Indo-Europeans in the fourth and third millennia, ed. by E. Polomé. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Karoma.
  • 1982. Indo-European culture, with special attention to religion. Pp. 156-72 in The Indo-Europeans in the fourth and third millennia, ed. by E. Polomé. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Karoma.
  • 1982. Rural versus urban multilingualism in Tanzania: An outline. Pp. 167-81 in Rural and urban multilingualism, ed. by E. Polomé. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1982. Introduction. Pp. 5-6 in Rural and urban multilingualism, ed. by E. Polomé. The Hague: Mouton.
  • 1982. Sociolinguistically oriented language surveys: Reflections on the survey of language use and language teaching in Eastern Africa. Language in Society 11: 265-83. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 151-88.]
  • 1982. Creolization and language change. Pp. 126-36 in The social context of creolization, ed. by Ellen Woolford and William Washabaugh. Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma. [repr. in Language, Society, and Paleoculture (1982): 272-384.]
  • 1982. Balkan languages (Illyrian, Thracian and Daco Moesian). Pp. 866-88 in The Cambridge Ancient History, vol. 3: 1, 2nd. ed., ed. by John Boardman, I. E. S. Edwards, N. G. L. Hammond, E. Sollberger. London and New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • 1982. Author's postscript. Pp. 265-8 in Language, Society, and Paleoculture. Essays by Edgar C. Polomé, selected and introduced by Anwar S. Dil. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • 1982. Introduction. Pp. 3-15 in Homage to Georges Dumézil, ed. by E. Polomé. Washingtom, DC: The Institute for the Study of Man. [= Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph 3.]
  • 1982. Germanic as an archaic Indo-European language. Pp. 51-9 in Festschrift für Karl Schneider, ed. by Kurt R. Jankowsky and Ernst S. Dick. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • 1982. Vedic Cosmogonies and their Indo-European background: Apropos of Jean Varenne's 'Cosmogonies Védiques.' The Mankind Quarterly 23: 61-9.
  • 1982. Sociolingvistieski orientirovannoe obsledovanie (analizdejatel'nosti Komissii po izueniju roli jazykov I ix prepodavanija v Vostonoj Afrike). Voprosy jazykoznanija 1982. 4: 109-20.
  • 1983. Bilingualism and language change as reflected by some of the oldest texts in Indo-European dialects. NOWELE 1: 9-30.
  • 1983. Celto-Germanic isoglosses (revisited). The Journal of Indo-European Studies 11: 281-98.
  • 1983. The dialectal position of Germanic within West Indo-European. Pp. 733-42 in Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Linguists, ed. by S. Hattori and K. Inoue. Tokyo: Comit International Permanent des Linguistes.
  • 1983. The etymological dictionary of Dutch: an analysis of the work of Jan de Vries. Pp. 217-28 in Das etymologische Wörterbuch. Fragen der Konzeption und Gestaltung, ed. by A. Bammesberger. Regensburg: Friedrich Pustet.
  • 1983. Lambert ten Kate's significance for the history of the Dutch language. Tijdschrift voor Nederlands en Afrikaans 1. 2: 2-14.
  • 1983. (with André R. Polomé and Ali Abdullah) Language and religion in Tanzania. A. Christianity. Orbis 30: 42-67.
  • 1983. Netherlandic contributions to the debate on language change: from Lambert ten Kate to Josef Vercoullie. Pp. 163-73 in Language Change, ed. by Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • 1983. The linguistic situation in the western provinces of the Roman Empire. Pp. 509-53 in Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt. Geschichte und Kultur Roms im Spiegel der neueren Forschung, ed. by H. Temporini and W. Haase. 29. 2 [Prinzipat.] Berlin and New York: W. De Gruyter.
  • 1983. The present state of Proto-Indo-European studies (Report on a workgroup). Pp. 1359-69 in Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Linguists, ed. by S. Hattori and K. Inoue. Tokyo: Comité International Permanent des Linguistes.
  • 1983. The problem of etymological dictionaries: the case of German. The Journal of Indo-European Studies 11: 45-58.
  • 1983. The Slavic gods and the Indo-European heritage. Pp. 545-55 in Festschrift für Nikola R. Pribic, ed. by Josip Matesi and Edwin Wedel. Neuried: Hieronymus Verlag.
  • 1983. Vedic religion and its Indo-European background. Pp. 108-16 in Dayananda commemoration volume, ed. by Swami Satya Prakash Saravasti. Ajmer, India: Parop Rarini Sabha.
  • 1984. Can graphemic change cause phonemic change? Kiswahili (Journal of the Institute of Swahili Research) 50: 12-7.
  • 1984. The Indo-European heritage in Germanic religion: the sovereign gods. Pp. 401-11 in Athlon. Satura Grammatica in honorem Francisci R. Adrados, 1, ed. by A.Bernabé, L. A. de Cuenca, E. Gangutia, J. López Facal. Madrid: Editorial Gredos.
  • 1984. Introduction. P. 6 in Essays in Memory of Karl Kerényi, ed. by E. Polomé. Washingtom, DC: The Institute for the Study of Man. [= Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph 4.]
  • 1984. Karl Kerényi: a biographical sketch. Pp. 7-8 in Essays in Memory of Karl Kerényi, ed. by E. Polomé. Washingtom, DC: The Institute for the Study of Man. [= Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph 4.]
  • 1984. Preface and main publications of Karl Kerényi. Pp. 4-5 in Essays in Memory of Karl Kerényi, ed. by E. Polomé. Washingtom, DC: The Institute for the Study of Man. [= Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph 4.]
  • 1984. Some thoughts on the methodology of comparative religion with special focus on Indo-European. Pp. 9-27 in Essays in Memory of Karl Kerényi, ed. by E. Polomé. Washingtom, DC: The Institute for the Study of Man. [= Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph 4.]
  • 1984. (Guest Editor.) Soviet anthropology and archaeology. A journal of translations 23. 2, 87 pp. (Devoted to I. N. Diakonovs papers "On the original home of the speakers of Indo-European".)
  • 1984. Standardization of Swahili and the modernization of the Swahili vocabulary. Pp. 53-77 in Language reform: history and future, ed. by Claude Hagège and Istvan Fodor. Hamburg: H. Buske.
  • 1985. Etymology and function of Vedic gods. Pp. 376-85 in Studi linguistici e filologici per Carlo Alberto Mastrelli, ed. by Maria Teresa Ademollo Gagliano et al. Pisa: Pacini.
  • 1985. How archaic is Old Indic?. Pp. 671-83 in Studia Linguistica Diachronica et Synchronica, ed. by U. Pieper and G. Stickel. Berlin / New York / Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1985. Methodological approaches to the ethno- and glottogenesis of the Germanic people. Pp. 45-70 in Glotto- und ethnogenetische Aspekte europischer Sprachen, ed. by P. Sture Ureland. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.
  • 1985. Seventeenth-century Dutch and the impact of immigration from the south: a sociolinguistic profile. NOWELE 6: 71-80.
  • 1985. The study of religion in the context of language and culture: a prospect for coming decades, with focus on Germanic and Indo-European. The Mankind Quarterly 26: 5-18.
  • 1985. Swahili in the Shaba region of Zaire. Pp. 47-55 in Swahili language and society, ed. by J. Mawand D. Parkin. Wien: Institut für Africanistik und Ægyptologie der Universität Wien. [= Beiträge zur Afrikanistik 23.]
  • 1985. Two etymological notes. 1. Gothic alew. 2. The Germanic divine name Nehalennia. Pp. 309-23 in Sprachwissenschaftliche Forschungen. Festschrift für Johann Knobloch, ed. by Herman M. lberg and Gernot Schmidt. Innsbruck. [= Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 23.]
  • 1985. Words of American origin in Dutch. Tijdschrift voor Nederlands en Afrikaans 1. 2: 42-8.
  • 1985. Germanic religion and the Indo-European heritage. The Mankind Quarterly 26: 27-55.
  • 1986. A critical examination of Germano-Indo-Aryan isoglosses and their significance for the reconstruction of Indo-European culture. Pp. 280-90 in Proceedings of the Fourth World Sanskrit Conference, Weimar 1979 (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des Alten Orients 18), ed. by W. Morgenroth. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag.
  • 1986. Aspects of language contact in Africa. Pp. 388-98 in The Fergusonian impact, ed. by Joshua A. Fishman et al. Berlin / New York / Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 1986. The background of Germanic cosmogonic myths. Pp. 471-90 in Germanic dialects: Linguistic and philological investigations, ed. by Bela Brogyanyi and Thomas Krümmelbein. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 38.]
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  • 1986. Papers by Japanese Indo-Europeanists: an introductory note. Journal of Indo-European Studies 14: 193-4.
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  • 1986-1987. Articles in Encyclopedia of religions, ed. by Mircea Eliade. New York: Macmillan: a. "Freyja", 5: 438-9. b. "Freyr", 5: 439-41. c. "Germanic religion", 5: 520-36. d. "Heimdall", 6: 250-1. e. "Loki", 9: 17-9. f. "Njorthr", 10: 459-60. g. "Odinn", 11: 56-8. h. "Tyr", 15: 108-9. i. "Thórr", 14: 490-3.
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  • 1987. Dutch words of Indonesian origin. Pp. 545-52 in A world of language. Papers presented to Professor S. A. Wurm on his 65th birthday (Pacific Linguistics C-100), ed. by D. Laycock - W. Winter. Canberra: Australian National University.
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  • 1987. Communities with 'Undeveloped' Languages. Pp. 749-54 in Soziolinguistik/ Sociolinguistics. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • 1987. Recent Developments in the Laryngeal Theory. Journal of Indo-European Studies 15: 2159-167.
  • 1987. Initial PIE *gwh- in Germanic. Pp. 303-313 in Festschrift for Henry Hoenigswald. On the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday, ed. by George Cardona & Norman H. Zide. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
  • 1988. Sprachzustände in den westlichen Provinzen des römischen Kaiserreichs. Sociolinguistica 2: 52-72.
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  • 1988. Sir William Jones and the Position of Germanic. Journal of Indo-European Studies 16: 209-32.
  • 1988. Are there traces of laryngeals in Germanic? Pp. 383-414 in Die Laryngealtheorie und die Rekonstruktion des indogermanischen Laut- und Formensystems, ed. by A. Bammesberger. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.
  • 1989. Draupadi and her Dumézilian Interpretation. Journal of Indo-European Studies 17: 99-111.
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  • 1991. The Names of the Runes. Pp. 421-38 in Old English Runes and their Continental Background, ed. by A. Bammersberger. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.
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  • 1992. Quellenkritische Bemerkungen zu antiken Nachrichten über die germanische Religion. Pp. 399-412 in Germanische Religionsgeschichte: Quellen und Quellenprobleme. Berlin: W. de Gruyter.
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  • 1994. Isoglosses and the Reconstruction of the Indo-European Dialectal Split. Journal of Indo-European Studies 22: 289-305.
  • 1994. Indo-European Studies since the Neogrammarians. Pp. 295-314 in Früh-, Mittle-, Spätindogermanisch. Wiesbaden: L. Reichert. [= Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft, Zürich 1992.]
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