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ᴹQ. lintyulussea adj. “having many poplars” (Category: Tree (other))

ᴹQ. lintyulussëa, adj. “having many poplars” (Category: Tree (other))

A word for “having many poplars” from The Etymologies of the 1930s, a combination of ᴹQ. lin- “many” and an adjectival form of ᴹQ. tyulusse “poplar-tree” (Ety/LI).

Conceptual Development: This word also appeared with the same meaning from the 1910s and 20s as ᴱQ. lintyulussea, lintutyulussea “having many poplars” (QL/53), lintu(tu)lussea (PME/53) and [nominative] lintyulussean (PE16/80). The possibly duplicated tu(tu) in the early form of this word seems to be an artifact of the prefix ᴱQ. li(n)-; compare to limpa(pa)lasse(a) “much roaring” based on ᴱQ. palasse “splashing” (QL/53).

Reference ✧ Ety/LI ✧ “having many poplars”


lin-¹ “many” ✧ Ety/LI
tyulusse “poplar-tree”
#-a “adjectival suffix”
ᴹ√TYUL “stand up (straight)” ✧ Ety/LI

ᴱQ. lintyulussea adj. “having many poplars” (Category: Tree (other))

See ᴹQ. lintyulussea for discussion.

References ✧ PE16/80; PME/53; QL/53




lintyulussean nominative ✧ PE16/80


li(n)- “many” ✧ QL/53 (lin-)
tyulusse “poplar” ✧ QL/53 (#tyulusse)
#-a “adjectival suffix” ✧ QL/53 (#-a)

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