04.26.19  Index to Table 1, Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages





Etruscan_Phrases
Indo-European Table 1, Index

by Mel Copeland
(from a work published in 1981)


This Index facilitates navigation through Table 1. Since Table 1 will grow as the Etruscan vocabulary expands based upon new findings, we have prepared this Index, making it easier to cross reference individual words to their Table 1 entry. To view the most current word list with their locations see Etruscan Phrases etruscan_glossaryA.xlsx.

Names of family, mother, father, etc. & numbers; "a" through "brutosy"
Table1.html
Part 2 - ca through ceto (CETV)
Table 1A
Part 3 - Chaina through evalta (E8ALTA or E  8ALTA)
Table 1A.1
Part 4 - fac through itis, iton
Table 1A.2
Part 5 - la through meva (ME8A) Table 1B
Part 6 - mi through piviato (PI8IATV) Table 1.B.1
Part 7 - plano through reva (RE8A) Table 1C
Part 8 - ri through semenies Table 1.C.1
Part 9 - senata through suvera (SV8ERA) Table 1D
Part 10 - ta, te, ti, tu  through tuto Table 1E
Part 11 - ok (VK) through vra (8RA) Table 1F,G






04.26.19 

 

 

Indo-European Table
Alphabetical Index Parts 1-11
(http://www.maravot.com/Indo-European_Table.html)
Mel Copeland

This index has two purposes: The first purpose is to assist in navigating through our “Indo-European Table” that include Akkadian, Hurrian, Urartian, Georgian, Baltic-Latvian and Finnish-Uralic, besides select Indo-European Languages: Sanskrit, Avestan, Persian, Belarusian, Croatian, Polish, Romanian, Greek, Armenian, Albanian, Latin, Irish, Scots-Gaelic, Welsh, Italian, French, Etruscan and English.  Readers should note how this quite unusual group produces an unexpected Concordance.  The other purpose of this Index is to assist in analyzing the Etruscan words produced in our Etruscan GlossaryA and incorporated in the Indo-European Table. We were curious to see through the Table how Indo-European languages related to the Etruscan Language.
Different colors used relate to the concordance/relationships of the various languages provided in the Indo-European Table. Words colored Red tend to relate to those that are similar to Latin; Blue to words similar to Sanskrit/Persian. Green colors tend to refer to Celtic/Germanic forms and Orange to Baltic/Slavic forms. What is most apparent in this table is the surprising concordance between Latin and Etruscan. This is a work in progress.

Contents

Page

Etruscan

Latin/Cognate

Abandon, to Desist, Sketch

10-42

tesena, TESeNE,

desino-nere-ni,

Abduct, Ravish, to Take, Seize

7-52

rav (RAF), rava, (RAVA), RAFeN,

rapio, rapere, rapui, raptum

Able, Possible,

7-19

pos (PVS), posa (PVSA), pose (PVSE),

possum, posse, potui, to be able,

Able, to be Capable

7-37

quisi,

queo, quire, quivi, and quii, quitum, to be able

About, Towards

3-140

erce

erga

Above, to Surpass, Upper,

9-69

super (SVPER), supro (SVPRV)

supra

Abrade, to Scrape Off

1-93

aprato (APRaTV),

abrado -radare

Abundance, Power, Wealth

6-70

op (VP)

Ops-Opis, opem, opis, ope,

Accelerate, Make Quick

3-21

CILeR, CILeRII, (Name?) CILeReS,

celero-are

Accompany

3-58

komite (KVMITE)

comito-are

Achaea

4-88

ikihi,

Achaia or Achaia-ae

Achaea

1-29

Achie, (A↓IE), acie? IKIHII?

Achaia or Achaia-ae

Achilles

1-36

Achle (AKLE), Achl, Achvle

Achillis-is

Achloser, name of Briseis

1-37

Achlusr (ACHLVSoR)

(Achloser, Greek name)

Adopt, To

1-115

asa, ase,

ascio-scire,

Adorn, Equip, 

6-76

orn (VRN)

orno-are

Adorn, Decorate

10-26

tecum (TECVM),

decoro-are,

Adult

7-23

pove, puve (PV8E),

pubes and puber-eris,

Aegis, Shield

3-111

egis

aegis-idis (Gk. αἰγίς, aigis, "goatskin," shield)

Aegis, Shield

1-43

AEKiS,

aegis-idis (Gk. αἰγίς, aigis, "goatskin," shield)

Aeneas, Greek Hero

3-128

Enai

Aeneas (Gk. Αινείας, Aineías)

Aesacus, son of Priam and Arisbe

1-44

AECAI,

 

Aethra, Mother of Theseus

6-79

Orthea (VRʘEA)

Gk. Αἴθρα

After, From, Out of, of, by

1-25

ap?,

apud, at, ex, from,  a, ab, abs, away from,

After, Then, Later

7-36

puia (PFIA), puia (PVIA),

diende; It. poi, Fr. puis, then,

Aequi, Celtic People of Central Italy

1-45

AECIH

Aequi-orum,

Age, Epoch

1-48

age, (AbE), ages, (AbES),

aetas-atis, age

Age, Era, Epoch

1-127

afetus (AVETVS),

aevitas-atis,=aetas-atis

Agememnon

1-38

Achmemnon (AMEMNVN)

Agamemnonem, Αγαμέμνονα, Agamémnona

Agnatio,  Male, Related by Males,

1-39

Acnas

agnatio-onis;

Agrarian Land

1-32

aker, akro (AKRV), akrare, akrara

ager, agri,  terra-ae

Agnas, related by males

1-39

Acnas

agnatio-onis

Agreeable,  Please,  

7-1

plak,

placeo-ere-ui and Itus, um, itum

Aim, See, to Look

11-45

vis (8IS), vises (8ISES), visio (8ISIV),

visio, visere- look, visio-onis, seeing, Fr. viser

Air, to Dry

1-100

are

areo-ere

Air

1-51

airon, (AIRVN)?

aer, aeris, the lower air,

Ajax, Trojan Hero

3-115

Eifas, AIFAS

Aiax-acis, Gk. Αϊάς, Aïás, Ajax

Ajax, Trojan Hero

1-50

Aifas (AIFAS),

Ajax

Alba, Oldest Latin Town

1-67

Alp, Alpan,

Alba-ae

Alcesti, Wife of Admetus

1-60

ALCeSTI

Alcesti; Gk. Αλτσέτι, Altséti

Alexander, Trojan Hero (aka Paris)

3-119

Elintre, ELCINTRE, (ELA↓SNTRE) (EL↓SVNTRE)

Alexander-dri (Gk. Αλέξανδρος, Aléxandros)

Aliea, Pre ale, before River Alia?

7-25

PRE ALE,

Alia-ae,  river in Latium,

Alien

1-61

aleni,

alieno-are, to transfer to another,

Alisa, Name

1-64

Alisa,

 

Allow, Let, to, Milk

5-31

leis,?

licet, licere, lecuit or licitum, lac, lactis, milk,

Allure, to Allure

5-8

Lacth, lakthar,

lacto-are

Alone,  Sun

9-37

sol, (SVL), sola, sula , solo (SVLV), solos, (SVLvS),

sol, solis, sun, solus-a-um, alone,

Aloes, Bitterness

1-66

alose (ALVSE),

aloe-es

Altar

1-94

ar

ara,

Amphiaraus? Greek Seer

1-71

Amphiare;

Gk. Amphiaraüs

Amphiaraus? Greek Seer

4-64

Hamphiar (HAMΦIAR)

Gk. Amphiaraüs

Amber

4-58

glas,

glaesum-[glesum]-i

Ana, Name?

1-73

Ana, Anas,

Anna-ae [f], sister of Dido

Ancus,  Name

1-75

Anca, Anchas,

Ancus-i

And, Also

3-153

et, ETH, (EΘ)

et

And, and Also, and Indeed

4-120

itek

itaque

Anger

1-26

ac, ak, et, ETH (EΘ)

ac, atque, et

Angry, To Grow Angry 

4-111

ir, ire, iri,

ira-ae,

Aninies, Name, River Anio?

1-79

Aninies,

Anienus, name, of the river Anio

Anio, River Anio

1-77

Ania, Aniia

Anio-enis;  It. Anio

Talon, Ankle

10-48

THALIO (ΘALIV)

talio-onis,

Another, of Another

1-63

alis,

alis, alid, old form of alius -a- aliud

Anterior, to go before, Excel,

1-82

anta, anter, anto (ANTV), antor (ANTVR),

anto -ire -

Antler, Bough, Copper

7-45

ram, ramas, ramo, ramor, ramoer (RAMVER),

ramus-i, bough; It. rame, copper

Any, Some

2-45

cei,

quae, any, some, qui, who

Any, Some, Whatever Kind,

3-82

kuelk (KFELK),

 Qualisqumque; It. qualque; whatever kind

Anyone, Anything

3-19

cilba, cilva (CILFA)

quilibet, quaelibet, quodibet

Aph, Goddess

1-47

AF, Aph (AΦ)

 

Aph, Goddess

1-86

 Aph (AΦ)

 

Apis, Egyptian ox-god

1-88

Apis,

 

Apollo

1-90

APvLO (APLV), APVLV

Apollo-inis

Applaud, To Strike

7-3

plato (PLATV), plotin, plutin (PLVTIN),

plaudo [plodo], plaudere, plausi, plausum

Approve, to Merit

1-91

aprob (APRV8),

approbo-are

Apron, Priest’s Apron?

5-52

lumas (LYMAS)

Limus-i

Apronai, Woman’s Name

1-92

Apronai,

 

Arbitrator, Judge, Witness,

1-96

arberture (AR8ERTVRE),

arbiter-tri,

Arch, Curve, Bend

1-98

arcas, arce, arces, arcia, arcia, arcis, arcio , etc.

arcuo-are,

Ares, Greek god of War, Mars

1-103

Ares, Aris,

Ares-is, Gk. Άρης, Áris

Argos

1-99

arco, (ARCV), arcos, (ARCVS),

Argos and Argi-orum; Gk. Άργος

Argument, War, Polemic

7-7

Polomk (PVLVMiK), POLOMiKU  (PVLVMiKF)

Gk. πολεμική, polemikí, argumentative,

Ariphmus, Name?, Arithmos?

1-104

Ariphmo (ARIΦMV),

Gk. ἀριθμός, a defininte number

Arising, Breaking Forth

3-68

korato (KVRATV)

coortus-us,

Aritisi, Name?

1-105

Aritisi,

 

Arm, to Fit Out

1-107

armone, (ARMVNE),

armo-are

Arms, Weapons

1-106

armai,

arma-orum

Army, Soldier, Light Infantry,

4-18

tiro (TIRV)

tiro-onis,

Arno, River Arno

1-108

Arn, arna, arnoi (ARNVI), arnois, (ARNVIS)

Arnus-i,

Arnth, Name

1-109

Arnth, (ARNΘ),

 

Arrange, to Put Together, Strophe

9-61

strogla, (STRVbLA), strophgla, strophglas

struo, struere; stropha-ae, trick, artifice

Arrive, Come Through

6-143

pevenes (PE8eNeS),

pervenio venire-veni-ventum,

Arrow, Dart, Feather

6-167

pina, pinab, pinas, pine, pines, pini, pinie,

pinna-ae, feather

Arrow, Crop, Reap

8-60

segeta, segetes

seges-etis, crop, sageta, arrow

Artemis, Virgin goddess of the Hunt

1-113

Artume,  Artumes, Artumis

Diana, Gk. Αρτέμη, Artémi

Ashes, to Burn

3-24

cina, cinas, cine, cini, cino,(CINV), cinos, (CINVS)

cinis-eris, ashes (It. cenere, Fr. cendre)

Asia

1-116

Asi, Asia, Asie,

Asia-ae

Asius, Brother of Hecuba of Troy

1-118

aso (ASV),

 

Ask, Demand

3-144

erok (ERVK),

erogo-are

Ask and Obtain, Pay Out

7-20

posc (PVSC), prok,proco, prokis (PRVKIS),

posco, poscere, poposci; proco-are, to ask,

Ask, Bewail, to Lament, to,

2-55

cere, ceren, ceres, ceres, ceri, ceris, raca, racar,

queror, queri, questo;  Arm.  rek’, inquire,

Assemble, Come Together,

3-81

cu (CF), cua (CFA), cue (CFE), cue (CFE)

coeo, ire

At, In Respect of, From, Since, By

1-24

a

a

Athena?

6-96

palas,

Pallas-adis and ados, Athena,

Athens, of Athens

1-124

Athinem (AΘINEM),

Athenae-arum

Aurelius, Name?

1-101

arelis,

Aurelius-a-um

Aurora, Sunrise, Dawn,

6-77

OROAS (VRVAS),

aurora-ae

Atijerius, Etruscan Ancestor

1-125

Atiieri, Atiieria, Atiierie, Atiierier, Atiierio

Atys + gero-onis, a carrier

Avoid, Severe, Name, Severus, Avert

9-70

suvera (SV8ERA), Svera or suera, (SFERA),

severus-a-um,

Avert, Grave, Suvera (Name),

9-16

SeVERA (SeFERA), SV8ERA,

severus-a-um, grave, serious,

Avoid, To

3-110

Efiti, ifetsum, (IFETSvM

vitare

Avoid, To

4-95

ifetsum, (IFETSvM,

evito-are

Avona, Name

1-134

avona (A8VNA), avonas (A8VNAS), avones

 

Awl, Shoemaker’s Awl, Sulla, Name

9-67

sula (SFLA)

subula-ae, a shoemakers awl; Rom. sula

Bacchus

4-76

Heun (HEFN),

Eaus or Euhan,

Bacchus, Name of Dionysus

3-106

euan (EFAN), eun (EFN),

Euan

Bacchante

3-105

euai, or efai, EFAI, euais, or efis, EFIS

Euias or Euhias-adis

Bacchante

3-103

efia, euia (EFIA, euais, or efais, EFAIS

Euias or Euhias-adis

Back, Older, Behind,

7-21

post (PVST), poste, posti, poster (PVSTER)

post [older poste], postea, posterus [poster]-

Bad, Evil, Crime, to Strike

7-40

ra (RA), rae,

rea-ae, f. reus-i , to repel, ward off,

Bad, Evil

5-57

maf, meva (ME8A), male, malo, malus (MALvS),

malus-a-um, Fr. mauvais, bad méfier, mistrust,

Badly

6-114

peis, peio, peiu (PEIV)

peior-us, peius,

ball, Pellet, Swelling

6-63

ofe (VFE)

offa-ae,

Bandage, Band, Bundle

6-149

Phasei? (ΦASEI)

fascia-ae,

Banquet, Holiday, Feast,

4-29

fet,

festus-a-um

Barley

6-75

ork (VRK)

hordeum-i, (Fr. orge, barley)

Barque, Boat, ship

6-33

nave (NAVE), nafe (NAFE), naflis, berca

navis-is, ship, navalis-e, naval, barca, barque

Bat, Club, Stick, Cudgel, Staff

3-32

clab, clav (CLA8),

clava-ae

Be, to

9-25

sim, sum, (SVM), sume, sunt

sim, I am, sum, to be, sumus, 1st.pl. sunt, 2nd.pl.

Be, to, I Am

3-147

Es, est, esta, este, sum, sim, sunt

sum, esse, fui>

Bear, to  Carry,

4-26

fer, fere, fersom, fersum (FERSVM),

fero, ferre,

Beat, to Strike

1-141

batyn, BATYN

battuo [batuo]-are,

Because

3-10

cia,

quia,

Because

2-46

ceia,

quia,

Become, to, Value

4-32

fi, fia

fio, fieri, factus sum,

Before, in Front of

7-24

pre,

prae, adv. pro, prep.

Before

1-81

ant, anta,

ante, adv.; antea, before, foremerly

Before, to go before, Excel, Anterior

1-82

anta, anter, anto (ANTV), antor (ANTVR),

anto -ire -

Beg, to Pray

7-26

prec, prek, prece, precer, PRII?

precor-ari, to beg, priere, supplication

Beginning, Origin, Birth

6-78

ors (VRS), orsum (VRSvM), orsum (VRSVM),

orsus-um

Behind, Back, Older,

7-21

post (PVST), poste, posti, poster (PVSTER)

post [older poste], postea, posterus [poster]-

Behind, Reject, Throw Back,

8-3

rica?

reicio-icere-ieci-iectum

Behold!

3-95a

ec, ek

en! ecce

Behold!

3-125

en

en (sometimes em!)

Bejeweled, to Moan

2-13

Kamito (KAMITV)

gemmatus-a-um; gemitus-us, a sigh

Beloved, Dear

2-26

Kare, Karen, KARO (KARV), kareto (KARETV)

carus-a-um,

Bellow, to Groan

6-9

Mocum (MVCUM)

mugio-ire

Bend, to Arch, Curve

1-98

arcas, arce, arces, arcia, arcia, arcis, arcio , etc.

arcuo-are,

Bend, to Change, Flexible

4-43

flics,

flecto, flectere, flexi, flexum

Betray

10-82

trati,

trado [transdo] -dere-didi -ditum

Bewail, to Lament, to, Ask

2-55

cere, ceren, ceres, ceres, ceri, ceris, raca, racar,

queror, queri, questo;  Arm.  rek’, inquire,

Bile , Gall,

4-20

fels, feli,