setupk

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Attestation: MI·6 (setupk) (1)
Language: Celtic
Word Type: proper noun
Semantic Field: personal name
Grammatical Categories: indeterminable

Morphemic Analysis: set-u-b(o)g-
Phonemic Analysis: /setubg/
Meaning: abbreviation

Commentary

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The sequence is generally considered to be an abbreviation of the twice-attested compound name setupokios (Rhŷs 1913: 45, Whatmough 1933 no. 335, Lejeune 1971: 51, 70, Tibiletti Bruno 1978: 148, Tibiletti Bruno 1981: 185 f., no. 30, RIG E-6, Solinas 1994: 364, no. 100, Motta 2000: 214, Morandi 2004: 612, no. 135), though the ending of the stem class of the intended name can of course have been different (e.g. setubogi̯ā).

Corinna Salomon

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