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Language: Raetic
Word type: proper noun

Case: pertinentive
Number: singular

Morphemic analysis: perkusi-a-le
Meaning: unknown

Attestation: SZ-22.1 (perkusiale/like iiuịị) (1)


While the pertinentive suffix -le is unproblematic, it is not clear whether 1. the a is part of the base perkusia or of the suffix -ale, and whether 2. it is an entire word or should be segmented further. An interpretation as a personal name (or theonym) is, however, likely.