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Attestation: VA·31 (?ịạtuịṇị) (1)
Status: uncertain
Language: Celtic
Word Type: proper noun
Semantic Field: personal name

Grammatical Categories: gen. sg. masc.
Stem Class: o

Morphemic Analysis: i̯ant-u-u̯ind or i̯ant-u-ī̆n
Phonemic Analysis: /antuindī/ or /antuīnī/
Meaning: 'of Iatuinos'


See the inscription page on the very uncertain reading.

The form is interpreted as a dithematic personal name in the genitive by Maras 2023: 132 ("bianco o luminoso desiderio"); also possible (suggested, but rejected by Maras ibid.) is a monothematic name derived with the suffix -ī̆n- – arguably -īn- as in poininos, if used secondarily as e.g. in Lat. pecuīnus (Stefan Höfler p.c.).

Corinna Salomon