πŒ…πŒ„πŒ“πŒ„πŒ”

Umbrian edit

Etymology edit

A plurale tantum. From Proto-Italic *weronsΒ mΒ pl, a word characteristic of Osco-Umbrian, attested also as Oscan [Term?]. Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *hβ‚‚wer- (β€œcover, protection”).

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Noun edit

πŒ…πŒ„πŒ“πŒ„πŒ” β€’ (veres)Β mΒ pl (early Iguvine) (ablative)

  1. gate

Attested forms edit

References edit

  • De Vaan, Michiel (2008) β€œO. veru”, in Etymological Dictionary of Latin and the other Italic Languages (Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series; 7), Leiden, Boston: Brill, β†’ISBN, page 668
  • Buck, Carl Darling (1904) β€œuerir”, in A Grammar of Oscan and Umbrian: With a Collection of Inscriptions and a Glossary, page 351
  • Ancillotti, Augusto, Cerri, Romolo (2015) β€œuereir”, in Vocabolario dell'umbro delle tavole di Gubbio [Vocabulary of Umbrian and of the Iguvine Tables] (in Italian), page 56