-gh/k- agent, -dh/t- object

It seems that there existed in whatever language all these words are from two suffixes, of participal nature?, a velar one -gh-/-k-, denoting agent, and a dental suffix -dh-/-t-, denoting object (corresponding to the PIE participle suffix *-tó-). *H-bh- “heat” *H-bh-gh/k- “someone heating” *H-bh-dh/t- “something heated” *H-p- “bind” *H-p-gh/k- “someone binding” *H-p-dh/t- “something bound” *H-r- “fix” *H-r-gh/k- “someone fixing” *H-r-dh/t- “something fixed” *H-w- “lead” *H-w-gh/k- “someone leading” *H-w-dh/t- “something led” *H-y-w- “live” *H-y-w-gh/k- “someone living” *H-y-w-dh/t- “something lived” *k-l- “owe” *k-l-gh/k- “someone owing” *k-l-dh/t- “something owed” *k-r- “enclose” *k-r-gh/k- “someone enclosing” *k-r-dh/t- “something enclosed” *y-w- “unite” *y-w-gh/k- “someone uniting” *y-w-dh/t- “something united” Back