πŒ•πŒ„πŒ•πŒ–

LeponticEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Celtic *dāti, from Proto-Indo-European *dΓ©h₃t, from *deh₃- (β€œto give”). Cognate with Celtiberian tatuz and Gaulish dede.

VerbEdit

πŒ•πŒ„πŒ•πŒ– β€’ (tetu) (3rd person singular preterite)

  1. to give
    • COΒ·48:
      πŒ–πŒ…πŒ€πŒŒπŒπŒŠπŒπŒ†πŒ‰πŒ” ⁝ πŒπŒ‹πŒ‰πŒ€πŒ‹πŒ„πŒˆπŒ– ⁝ πŒ–πŒ…πŒ‹πŒ•πŒ‰πŒ€πŒ–πŒ‰πŒπŒπŒπŒ” ⁝ πŒ€πŒ“πŒ‰πŒ–πŒπŒπŒ„πŒπŒπŒ” ⁝ πŒ”πŒ‰πŒ•πŒ„πŒ‘ ⁝ πŒ•πŒ„πŒ•πŒ–
      uvamokozis plialeΞΈu uvltiauiopos ariuonepos siteΕ› tetu
      Uvamokozis PlialeΞΈu dedicated the seats (?) to the Uvltiauioi and the Ariuones.

ReferencesEdit

  • tetu at Lexicon Leponticum