Re: [tied] ais

From: Miguel Carrasquer
Message: 16299
Date: 2002-10-16

On Wed, 16 Oct 2002 04:39:21 EDT, erobert52@... wrote:

>In a message dated 12/10/02 13:51:08 GMT Daylight Time,
>tgpedersen@... writes:
>> > That doesn't mean I think there's a nasal present in Etr. ais. In
>> fact I
>> > don't think there is. Unlike acila > ancilla, ais always gets
>> borrowed
>> > into Italic LL as ais- or es-.
>> >
>> > Ed.
>> Examples? I thought 'ais' was known in Latin only as a gloss?
>I meant the following borrowings:
>Umbrian esono- "divine, sacred, sacrifice"
>Oscan aisusis "sacrifices"
>Marrucian aisos "god"
>Paelignian aisis "god", and
>Voscian esaristrom "sacrifice".
>(Miguel Carrasquer Vidal, quoted in Rick Mc Callister's "Etruscan Glossary").

Certainly a secondary source. I don't recall right now where this list of words
comes from.

Miguel Carrasquer Vidal