π’†œπ’€Έ

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Hittite[edit]

π’†œπ’€Έ

Etymology[edit]

Cognate with Lycian [script needed] β€Ž(tbiplαΊ½, β€œtwice (?)”), [script needed] β€Ž(trpplαΊ½, β€œthrice (?)”). According to Kloekhorst, from Proto-Indo-European *pel-: compare Ancient Greek Ξ΄αΏΟ€Ξ»ΟŒΟ‚ β€Ž(diplΓ³s, β€œdouble”), Latin dΕ«plus β€Ž(β€œdouble”), Old High German zwifalt β€Ž(β€œtwice”).

Noun[edit]

π’†œπ’€Έ β€Ž(KASKAL-aΕ‘)

  1. road, path, trail, route
  2. (figuratively) way, behaviour
  3. campaign, military expedition
  4. journey, trip, mission
  5. caravan, transport
  6. occasion, occurrence, time

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Usage notes[edit]

The syllabic value of nominal stem was pal(Ε‘)-. Rarely, the dative/locative singular is found written without the Sumerogram: 𒁄𒅆 β€Ž(pal-Ε‘i), π’„π’ŠΊ β€Ž(pal-Ε‘e).

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References[edit]

  • Alwin Kloekhorst (2008), Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon, Leiden, Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, page 719