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Attestation: BG·41.7 (mauila:uitekioiṣ:̣ẹṭ[) (1)
Language: Celtic
Word Type: proper noun

Grammatical Categories: nom. sg. fem.
Stem Class: ā

Morphemic Analysis: mau-il-ā
Phonemic Analysis: mail(l)ā
Meaning: 'Mauila'


Probably a feminine ā-stem individual name derived with a diminutive suffix -il(l)- from the base *magus 'servant', 'slave' *magu-il(l)ā > *magil(l)ā, with the Gaulish sound change *g > .