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See also: -utur

UmbrianEdit

NounEdit

utur

  1. Alternative form of πŒ–πŒ•πŒ–πŒ“ (utur, β€œwater”)

ReferencesEdit

  • Fortson, Benjamin W. (2010) Indo-European Language and Culture: An Introduction, second edition, Oxford: Blackwell, page 281, All the PIE nominal stem-classes are preserved in Italic, including even traces of the archaic r/n-stems (Β§6.31), as in Lat. femur 'thigh', stem femin-, and Umbrian utur 'water', stem un- (< *utn-).
  • James Clackson, Indo-European Linguistics: An Introduction, page 34: 'water' ... Umbrian utur