πŒ€πŒ‹πŒšπŒ–

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Umbrian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Italic *alΞ²os, from Proto-Indo-European *hβ‚‚Γ©lbΚ°os (β€œwhite”). Cognates include Latin albus, Ancient Greek αΌ€Ξ»Ο†ΟŒΟ‚ (alphΓ³s, β€œwhiteness, white leprosy”), Hittite π’€ π’‰Ίπ’€Έ (alpas, β€œcloud”) and Middle Welsh elbid (β€œworld”).

Adjective[edit]

πŒ€πŒ‹πŒšπŒ– (alfu)

  1. white