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Attestation: TI·35 (]osik[/]?uka[) (1)
Status: probable
Language: unknown
Word Type: undeterminable

Grammatical Categories: indeterminable

Morphemic Analysis:
Phonemic Analysis:
Meaning: unknown


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The fragmentary sequence is typologically most likely to represent the remains of a personal name (individual name or patronym); the sequence °uka° is common in Celtic onomastics, in names with bases ending in °uk- (e.g. leu̯k-) and names derived with suffix -uk-.

Corinna Salomon