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Language: Raetic
Word type: proper noun

Number: singular

Meaning: 'Tite'

Attestation: BZ-11 (ṭịte) (1)


Attested only once, isolated and somewhat dubious. The reading is supported by the possible comparison with the Etruscan PN tite. The name, however, could not be common inheritance, as it is a loan name from Latin – it would have to be expected to have found its way into Raetic secondarily as well.