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Attestation: TI·29 (]ạniui:p?[/]ḳionei:p[/]????[) (1)
Language: prob. Celtic
Word Type: proper noun

Grammatical Categories: dat. sg. animate

Morphemic Analysis: °k-(i)i̯-onei̯ or °k-(i)i̯-on-ei̯
Phonemic Analysis: °/k(k)/g(i)onei̯/
Meaning: 'for °kiu' or 'for °kionis'


Remains of a personal name in the dative. The most likely analysis is an on-stem name °k(i)i̯ū (e.g. Tibiletti Bruno 1997: 1015, Motta 2000: 202 f.), but Rhŷs 1913: 22 notes that it could theorectically be an i-stem °k(i)i̯onis (cf. on pala-stelae sunalei for an i-stem and mationa[ and mako[ for potential derivations from on-stems).

Corinna Salomon