Only Slovaks will1.

От истый, далее от праслав. формы, от которой в числе прочего произошли: др.-русск. исто «капитал», укр. ïсти́й, íстний «истинный, настоящий», ст.-слав. истъ, истовъ «истинный, сущий», болг. ист «тот же самый», исто «также», сербохорв. и̏сти̑ «тот же самый», и̏сто̑ «точно так же», словенск. ȋsti «тот же самый», чешск. jistý «подлинный, верный, определенный, надежный», др.-польск. ist, isty.

Slovene, Russian, Bulgarian, Polish, Slovak, Czech… And only Slovaks will notice somethin that obvious? ;D

I would like to see that acceptance2, as well as when was it proclaimed obsolete3, since for me it makes more sense than something I see as a mythomanical proclamation by some theorists.

Building theory on root wich does not exist in any Slavic language (сер in meaning same) does nont have sence at all. Theory is Šafarik's it became obsolete as soon as he died, none of other Historians accepted, they were just cited sometimes in schoolbooks, for example in seminary books for history of SOC. Šafarik was Slovak historian from XIX century.


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