Res: [tied] Re: Germanic folk
From: Joao S. Lopes
Etruscan name of Dionysos was Fufluns, that seems to be from Italic origin, *Poplo:nos. Etruscan theonyms with endings in -s seem to be Italic: Nethuns, Sethlans, Velchans, Turms, etc. Poplo:nos, "People-God" resembles *LeudHyonos (cf. Umbrian Vofionu) and Gaulish Teutates.
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De: Abdullah Konushevci <akonushevci@...>
Enviadas: Quinta-feira, 7 de Junho de 2007 22:12:34
Assunto: [tied] Re: Germanic folk
--- In cybalist@... s.com, Piotr Gasiorowski <gpiotr@...> wrote:
> On 2007-06-07 22:37, Rick McCallister wrote:
> > Any possible link to Latin populus? i.e. if it is a
> > reduplication < *pol-, *pul- or even *pOlp-?
> I don't think so. Lat. populus (arch. poplus) looks like a Sabellic
> (cf. Umbr. poplos), so it may well be PIE *kWekWlos, which would
> the /o/ (Sabellic *kWe- > *kWo- > po-). The meaning would have evolved
> from 'wheel, circle' to 'something that surrounds, a ring of people'
> 'assembly, multitude', as in Greek, where <kuklos> may mean such things.
But, dominant view is that Latin populus is of Etruscan origin. (AHD,
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