> > But "laged" in E is
> > not such a trivial case: The palatalised "g" there, which has no
> > place in "lacad", could tip the scales in favour of "lagat" with its
> > by-forms "laiget, loiget".
> OK, but I seem to be reading the very same "laged" in H. (yours of 18
> April) or is that already restored text from E?
Sorry, I overlooked that. I'll have to check what ZCP has when I get
to the department again tomorrow.