Proto-Brythonic edit

  A user has added this entry to requests for verification(+) with the reason: “Seems to merely be a Latin transcription of a Proto-Brythonic name.”
If it cannot be verified that this term meets our attestation criteria, it will be deleted. Feel free to edit this entry as normal, but do not remove {{rfv}} until the request has been resolved.

Etymology edit

From *arθ (bear), from Proto-Celtic *artos + *gnọw (knowledge), from Proto-Celtic *gnāwos.

Proper noun edit

Artognou m[1]

  1. a male given name [500-599 CE]

Descendants edit

  • Late Brythonic: *Arθgnọw

References edit

  1. ^ Morris, C. (1999), “Tintagel 1998”, in Council for British Archaeology South West, 2, pages 6-9: “PATERN[--] COLI AVI FICIT ARTOGNOU COL[I] FICIT”

Further reading edit