Disputatio:Linguae Austroasiaticae

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Austronesius, -a, -um ~ Austronesianus, -a, -um?[fontem recensere]

On this question, see our discussion elsewhere. The point here is that the -ianus suffix seems more readily acceptable to modern ears than what Iustinus says is the classically echt one: -ius. Vide: "Probaverunt philologi linguas austroasiaticas linguis austronesianis cognatas esse, unde postulent superfamiliam "Austrica" designatam." IacobusAmor 17:17, 8 Decembris 2007 (UTC)

Wait, where and when did we have this discussion? I guess that accords with the classical Peloponesius and Proconnesius, but I don't remember declaring this. --Iustinus 10:28, 26 Iunii 2011 (UTC)
If this discussion is to run now, it might make more sense to move it to Disputatio:Linguae Austronesiae.
On the classification issue embedded in Iacobus's comment, see meanwhile Linguae Austricae. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 09:21, 26 Iunii 2011 (UTC)