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Attestation: TI·38 (]??i:uosiu[) (1)
Status: probable
Language: prob. Celtic
Word Type: prob. proper noun
Semantic Field: prob. personal name
Grammatical Categories: indeterminable

Morphemic Analysis: u̯os-(i)i̯ or u̯os-(i)i̯-ūi̯ (?)
Phonemic Analysis: /os(i)ū/ or /oss(i)ūi̯/ (?)
Meaning: '(for) Uosiu' (?)


See the inscription page on the reading.

The incomplete sequence is most likely a personal name with base u̯os- and suffix -(i)i̯-; the last preserved letter upsilon could represent the on-stem nominative or, typologically more likely, the beginning of the o-stem dative ending -ūi̯.

Corinna Salomon