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Attestation: BG·34 (ụitili) (1)
Language: Celtic
Word Type: proper noun
Semantic Field: personal name

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

Morphemic Analysis: u̯īt-il(l)(-(i)i̯) or u̯id-il(l)(-(i)i̯)
Phonemic Analysis: /ītil(l)(i)ī/ or /i/īdil(l)(i)ī/
Meaning: 'of Uitilios'


Masculine personal name in the genitive; the attestation of a nominative uitilios suggests a i̯o-stem, but here u̯itil(l)os is equally likely as the underlying name. See uitilios on the base (which may in fact not be the same in the two names).

Corinna Salomon