ᴹQ. pn. “Moon”

ᴹQ. , pn. “Moon”

A name for the moon in linguistic notes from 1930s (PE21/38, 41), perhaps a derivative of the root ᴹ√NDŪ “go down”, though this root usually applied to the Sun. Its dual form Nunt referred to both the sun and moon (PE21/38).

References ✧ PE21/38, 41




Nullo ablative ✧ PE21/38
Núlo ablative ✧ PE21/38
Nua accusative ✧ PE21/38
Nút accusative dual ✧ PE21/38
Núta allative ✧ PE21/38
Nuen dative ✧ PE21/38
dative dual ✧ PE21/38
Nuo genitive ✧ PE21/38
Núnen instrumental ✧ PE21/38
Númet instrumental dual ✧ PE21/38
Nusse locative ✧ PE21/38
nominative ✧ PE21/38
Nunt nominative dual ✧ PE21/38
Núlin nominative plural ✧ PE21/38
Núva possessive ✧ PE21/38
Núnon similative ✧ PE21/38