trutiknos

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Attestation: PG·1.2 (]eknati : truti?ṇi / ]nitu : lokan : koisịs / ]utiknos), PG·1.4 (ateknati : trut / ikni : karnitu / artuaś : koisis : t / ṛụṭịknos :) (2)
Language: Cisalpine Gaulish
Word Type: proper noun
Semantic Field: patronymic

Grammatical Categories:

Case: nom.
Number: sg.
Gender: masc.
Stem Class: o

Morphemic Analysis: drut-ikn-os Attention, needs to be checked!
Phonemic Analysis: drutiknos
Cognates: Gaul. drūtos
Meaning: "son of Drutos"

Commentary

  Sg. Pl.
Nom. trutiknos
Gen. trutikni
Dat.
Acc.
Instr.
Abl.
Loc.
Voc.

Patronymic of Drutos*, probably from *drū-to- meaning strong, exuberant + patronym. -ikno-, in the Latin traduction DRVTI F. (see druti, Lejeune 1971: 33, 51, 65 fn. 227, DLG: 151, GPN: 446-7; cf. trutikni, Lejeune 1971: 33, fn. 80, 51, Evans 1972: 181). See also Matasović 2009: 106, 201, McCone 1996: 6, NIL: 139ff., 144-145, Schrijver 1991: 329, IEW: 215, 216, 217, 375, Stüber 2005: 52, CCCG: 64, VKG: 245, Sims-Williams 2003: 48, 157, Delamarre 2007: 90, 186, 220, KGP: 52

Bibliography

CCCG Henry Lewis, Holger Pedersen, A Concise Comparative Celtic Grammar, 3rd edition with the supplement of 1961 by Henry Lewis, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 1989 [reprint of 1974].
Delamarre 2007 Xavier Delamarre, Noms de personnes celtiques dans l'épigraphie classique. Nomina Celtica Antiqua Selecta Inscriptionum, Paris: Errance 2007.
DLG Xavier Delamarre, Dictionnaire de la langue gauloise. Une approche linguistique du vieux-celtique continental, 2nd, revised edition, Paris: Errance 2003.
Evans 1972 David Ellis Evans, "A Comparison of the Formation of Some Continental and Early Insular Celtic Personal Names", Études Celtiques 13 (1972-1973), 171-193.
GPN David Ellis Evans, Gaulish Personal Names. A Study of Continental Celtic Formations., Oxford: Clarendon Press 1967.
IEW Julius Pokorny, Indogermanisches etymologisches Wörterbuch, Bern: Francke 1959.
KGP Karl Horst Schmidt, "Die Komposition in gallischen Personennamen", Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie 26 (1957), 33–301.
Lejeune 1971 Michel Lejeune, Lepontica, Paris: Société d'Édition "Les Belles Lettres" 1971. (reprint of the article "Documents gaulois et para-gaulois de Cisalpine", Études Celtiques 12/2, 1970-1, pp. 357-500)
Matasović 2009 Ranko Matasović, Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Celtic [= Leiden Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Series 9], Leiden - Boston: Brill 2009.
McCone 1996 Kim McCone, Towards a relative chronology of ancient and medieval Celtic sound change, Maynooth: St. Patrick’s College, The Dept. of Old Irish 1996.
NIL Dagmar S. Wodtko, Britta Irslinger, Carolin Schneider, Nomina im Indogermanischen Lexikon [= Indogermanische Bibliothek. Zweite Reihe: Wörterbücher], Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter 2008.
Schrijver 1991 Peter Schrijver, The reflexes of the Proto-Indo-European laryngeals in Latin, Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi 1991.
Sims-Williams 2003 Patrick Sims-Williams, The Celtic inscriptions of Britain. phonology and chronology, c. 400-1200 [= Publications of the Philological Society 37], Oxford, Boston: Blackwell 2003.
Stüber 2005 Karin Stüber, Schmied und Frau. Studien zur gallischen Epigraphik und Onomastik [= Archaeolingua, Series minor 19], Budapest: Archaeolingua Alapítvány 2005.
VKG Holger Pedersen, Vergleichende Grammatik der keltischen Sprachen, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 1913. (2 volumes)

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