The Indogermanisches (etymologisches) Wörterbuch ("Indo-European (etymological) Dictionary") is a comprehensive codification of whole Proto-Indo-European Adamic tongue by the two Austrian-German comparative linguists and Indo-European experts such as Julius Pokorny and Gerhard Köbler, that was published at the turn of the 20th and 21th century. This whole work aims to provide an overview of the Indo-European grammatical and lexical knowledge accumulated until the turn of the 20th and 21th century, but with only stray comments on the structure of individual forms. There exists no more dictionary of whole Proto-Indo-European language, so it is still the only viable implementation. Included optional laryngeal forms featuring uncertain H# phonemes are serving as demonstration of futility of searching for non-existent languages thought to be earlier than Proto-Indo-European language.

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