#431226

Anonymous
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That's not entirely true. See Czech kráva, Slovak krava and Kashubian karwa. Or Czech mléko, Slovak mlieko and Kashubian mlékò.

All these words show signs of lengthening (and yes, Kashubian, even if it appears to have no long consonants does have long consonants).

You are correct. I forgot to mention that Czecho-Slovak behaves dually in this feature.

For example, they say grad/hrad, but robota (hence Robot) instead of rabota and rozumet rather than razumeti:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Proto-Slavic/orzum%C4%9Bti

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/robota#Czech