Wiktionary:Requested entries (Etruscan)

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  • *ac, make, do
  • acil, act, thing made
  • *Acale, June (cf. Roman gloss Aclus)
  • ais, eis, god
  • aisiu, aisna, eisna, divine
  • al, give, offer
  • alpan or alpnu, gift or willingly
  • alφaza, little offering (declined form: alφaz-e)
  • alumnaθ, sacred society (declined form: alumnaθ-e; cf. Latin alumnus 'foster child, student' < alere 'to nourish')
  • am, to be (present ma < am-a 'is', past am-e 'was', perfect ama-ce 'has been').
  • apa, father
  • apana, paternal
  • apcar, accountant (< Latin abacarius 'one who uses an abacus')
  • aθre, building(?)
  • ati, mother
  • atiu, dear mother, mommy (diminutive of ati)
  • avil, year (pl. avil-xva, declined forms: avil-s, avilxva-l)
  • capra, urn(?)
  • *capu, eagle (cf. Roman gloss capys)
  • cealx, 30
  • cela, room (cf. Latin cella)
  • *Celi, September (cf. Roman gloss Celius)
  • cezpalx, 80
  • *cezφ, eight (cf. Roman gloss Xosfer = 'October', ie. eighth month of Etrusco-Roman calendar)
  • ci, three
  • clan > clen, son
  • cleva, offering
  • Creice, Greek (< Doric Greek Graikos, hence also Latin Graecus)
  • culiχna, cup
  • cupe, cup
  • flere, divinity
  • hinθiu, below
  • hinθial, ghost, shade, spirit (literally "(he/she) from below")
  • husiu, child (pl. husiu-r)
  • *hutalx, 40
  • huθ, four (cf. Greek gloss Yttenia = Tetrapolis)
  • lauχum, king(?) (conjectural, based on Roman glosses)
  • lautun, family
  • leu, lion
  • lucair, to rule(?) (according to Larissa Bonfante)
  • malena, mirror
  • maχ, five
  • maθ, honey(?) (according to Larissa Bonfante)
  • meχ, state
  • methlum, people
  • *neiθ, lake (declined form: neit-is)
  • nene, nurse
  • neri, water(?) (according to Larissa Bonfante)
  • *nurpalx, 90
  • nurφ, nine
  • papa, grandfather
  • puia, wife (< Doric Greek *opuiā 'bride' < ὀπυίω 'to marry, to wed')
  • Rumaχ, Roman
  • ruva, brother
  • sacni, sanctuary
  • sempalx, 70
  • semφ, seven
  • sex, daughter
  • spur, city, town (declined form: spur-a)
  • spurana, civic, of the city
  • suθi, tomb
  • śa, six
  • śar, 10
  • tesiam > tesim, sacrifice
  • *tesiamθ > tesinθ, butcher
  • teta, grandmother
  • *θapuna > θafna, cup
  • θaura, bull (declined form: θaur-e)
  • θi, water
  • θina, cup
  • θu, θun, one
  • θunz, once
  • tiur, moon
  • tul, stone
  • tur, to give
  • tura, gift, offering
  • turza, little offering
  • tuθina, the people
  • ulpaia, jug
  • *un, libation (declined forms: un-e, un-a; cf. also the goddess Uni)
  • usil, dusk, evening
  • uslane, at dusk, at evening
  • vinum, wine
  • zal, two
  • zanena, cup
  • zaθrum, 20
  • zeri, rite
  • ziva, the dead