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Language: Raetic
Word type: proper noun

Case: nominative
Number: singular

Morphemic analysis: kaθiave
Meaning: 'Kaθiave'

Attestation: SZ-8.1 (kaθiave) (1)


A Raetic individual name in -e, attested only once. A base kat- (probably Celtic) is well attested in the onomastic material of Central and Western Transpadania (Untermann 1960: 289), as is a suffix -iave (Untermann 1961 I: 124 ff, II: 126). See Schumacher 1998: 94 f. Cp. piθiave.