>Very polemical and selective. In regard to <Morimarusa>, Faux merely repeats the material which agrees with his a-priori belief that the Cimbri were Celtic, and ignores the detailed morphology. Celtic has no feminine *mori:- 'sea', only the neuter *mori, and no trace of the perfect active participle in *-us-. Germanic languages preserve both. The only plausible way of explaining <Morimarusa> as Celtic is by assuming a Germanic substrate, as Streitberg does (IF 14:490-3, 1903). I find the Celtic stage unnecessary, as Philemon is early enough for unshifted Proto-Germanic, and */@r/ could easily have been rendered as /ar/ by Greeks in the 4th c. BCE.
> if Morimarusa = death sea is a celtic name
> why Cimbri is Germanic name
> Old Irish Cimbid = a prisoner/tribute, the cimbri = the thieves = brigands cf breton Kemer = to take/To get *proto celtic Kombero
> but IE Kimm = RimÂ
> and English Hem = edge