SMALL LEXICON OF GALLIC COMMON NAMES

PREAMBLE

 

This small lexicon is not exhaustive, nor scholarly, nor doctrinal. It is not destined to scholars, but to give back service to all person of good faith wanting to know a little better her Gallic roots without pretension.

Introduction.

Some elementary rules of linguistics: unnecessary to know that the Gallic: - didn't use accents, - didn't differentiate the following letters - C / K / Q (Cernunnos = Kernunnos, ekuos = equos). - E / H (Esus = Hesus) or H = wet I, (arvernha = arvernia, braha = braïa) - G pronounces itself G: Genos = guenos - S / Z (brings in two vowels) - U / V (Vercingétorix = Uercingetorix, that pronounces himself Werkinguétorix " because " u " is pronounced " who " in the beginning and in the middle of word, sometimes oone in final). -  know that letters Y (= I) and W (= V). - doesn't exist THERE, but engraved pronounces himself like U/V/W that is to say Woo - so the same word, depending on whether it is written in Greek, runes, Latin or present alphabet, takes some very disconcerting shapes for the neophyte. So lygys = Lvgvs and is pronounced Loogooss

Well of the Gallic, as the Druids, aristocrats, diplomats and tradesmen knew some foreign languages more or less as the Greek or the Latin. Foreign words exist in some very previous Gallic texts before the Roman conquest.

Every tribe or nation, sometimes same every village, has particularisms to speak. So according to the place and even the time, the P sometimes turns and vice versa into C/K/Q, the D and the T, the K and the G make in the same way, etc. Under the Roman empire, a Latin rather deformed is used by the majority of the Gallic. But, concurrently, the local Gallic dialects subsist. This is how one recovers the Gallic texts written phonetically in Latin or in Greek. Our forebears didn't seem obsessed by spelling, the less that we can say!

It seems that it is necessary to admit that Gallic was far to be homogeneous in all Gaul, and that it was more a spoken language than written.

It often exists several spellings for one same word, without counting distortions owed to the local dialect influence. In same way, several words could describe the same concept.

Writing conventions. - Verbs are all given to the infinitive. Pronounce them “oh” as by an “oh” long noted - words used adjectival how solely are followed of the abbreviation - (Adj.) - The V letter was pronounced Who, rather than V by our Forebears. However as most between are accustomed us to write " Uercingetorlx " -, Vercingetorix " -, Ueleda ", Veleda ". Etc., the notation follows this modern habit, but exercise you to a right pronunciation

Composed words are formed by concatenation as following under

Esus + nertos  gives Esus’ force

Lugu Esus + genos born of Lugus

Belo + gnatos = Belenos ‘ son

 

Bibliography and sources

The memory of Teuta Arverni; (Arverne Nation)

"Celtes et gaulois, la langue" de Ricolfis (Editions du CNDP)

"La langue gauloise" Pierre-Yves LAMBERT (Edition Errance)

"Dictionnaire de mythologie celte" de J P Persigout (Edition du Rocher)

"Les Celtes, les Dieux oubliés" Marcel Brasseur (Edition Terre de Brume)

"Les Druides" de F Le Roux et C J Guyonvarc'h (Edition Ouest France).

"Gallic Wars"  Julius Caesar.

A

Aballacos: orchard                 

Abalna: apple tree

Aballarios: Juggler with apples       

Abiutos: mature (Adj)

Abuedo: to move away

Acarios: key

Acos: angle

Acmos: powerful

Acros: sharp, pointed

Actetos: delegate

Acto: danger

Actos: exploit

Adago: to force

Adaltos: disciple

Adastos: appropriate, legal

Adherto: sacrifice

Adhertos: offering

Addalio: pious, worshipper,

Adgenia: temperament

Adgenios: noble,

Adgatia: philosophy, though

Adgnatios: philosopher

Adgnatos: reasoning

Adnamo: renown, reputation,

Adranda: class (social)

Adrigon: tie

Aduerto: to fight

Aduertos: adversary

Aeduos: ardent

Aedos/Aedis: fire

Acredos: heedful

Aeris: vigil, waiting

Aes: old, aged

Aesacos: adult

Aestos: big, great, motor

Aestio: crown

Agios: driver

Agran(i)o: pupil

Agron: battle

Ala: stone

Alisia: cliff (Also Falisia)

Alauda: lark

Albos: white

Altros: master

Ambactos: lieutenant, second

Ambes: stream, river,

Ambactos: courtier, client, messenger,

Ambignatos: representative, ambassador,

Anamon: soul, mind,

Anatio: breath.

Anco: the Death (in Britton Ankoun)

Ancnaunos: violent

Andos: to listen, to hear,

Andabata: blinded fighting gladiator

Andecauos: illustrates, well-known

Andepennis: anvil

Anialos: desert

Anipei: face

Andeoavos: very valiant

Anmatis: unfavorable, ominous, negative

Anmen: name, title,

Anmenactos: the ceremony of the name

Anmenia: the patience

Ansa: bridle, shackle,

Antenna: trap

Antumnos: chtonian world, underground world,hells,

Antobio: the confidence

Antobtos: confident

Anuedos: ignoramus

Apa: water (also acua)

Apetis: artful, shrewd

Arduos: steep

Areanos: scout (soldier)

Aregallia: bravery, courage,

Areoaros: defender

Aremedtos: esteem

Aremerto: defense, protection,

Aremertos/Aremerio: precaution

Aremorica: side of sea (as britton Aremorica)

Aresta: religious faith

Areteros: last

Arestamen: arrest

Argantolamios: generous

Argenton: silver

Argos: brilliant

Ariomos: ploughman

Arios: free man

Aritisia: slate

Aro: to cultivate, to plough,

Artica: tillage

Artina: razor

Artos: bear (animal)

Aruos: aggressor, attacker,

Asia:  barley

Atebiuto: to revive

Atecon: time

Atectos: ambassador

Ategenio: reputation, renown,

Atemillos: ruin, destruction,

Ateneudos: lawyer

Atepo: result, answer, riposte,

Ater: father ( God Dis Pater)

Aterecto: regret

Aterego: to reform

Aterrogo: to restore, to re-establish, to reform,

Atesmertos: (Adj) farsighted, supplier. Cf Atesmerta, the deva,

Atino: oven

Atrebatis: inhabitant; owner (cf Atrebate tribe)

Atredia: imitation

Atrecto: resurrection

Atria: home, hearth,

Aucto: authority

Audos: happy

Audeido: breeze,

Avela: air stream

Aventos: wind

Avis: will

Auson: gold

Autato: isolation, solitude (Cf autism)

Auto: terror

Autos: terrifying

B

Baccacalaris: young man, bachelor, young graduate,

Baccos: boy, kid,

Baga: revolt

Bagaudis: rebel; outlaw Bagos (cf revolts of Bagaudes)

Baginos : Beech (bot)

Balca: boars nest   either building in pisé

Balio: whiteness, paleness,

Balma: the “balme”, cave, underground cave.

Balua: shelter under rock

Raita: swamp

Banalto: broom

Banb: wild pork, boar

Ban Drui: woman-Druid; banshee

Banna: horn, tip, mountainous-horn (French mount “Banne d’Ordanche”)

Bannos: forbidden, defense, taboo (on the moral or religious plan)

Banuos: domestic pork

Barago: bread

Bardos: Bard

Barica/barca: boat, skiff, craft,

Barna: opinion, though,

Barranos: taken away, quick-tempered

Barto: wood, thicket,

Bassos: small, low

Bata: fight

Batto: to fight

Becos: bee

Becco: beak (of bird)

Bedo: hole, pit,

Beilis: knocked (tool)

Beimen: stroke

Beitacos: welcoming

Beitatos: meal

Beiton: food

Belenos: sparkling, brilliant (cf God Belenos)

Belisama: very brilliant, immaculate

Belsa: prairie

Belua: spark

Bena: woman

Benna: basket, wagon,

Bero: javelin

Berreton: birth

Betua: birch (botanic)

Bibros: beaver

Bilio: big tree

Bio: wood (material)

Bitu: the world

Bledanis: soli-lunar year, year of the calendar of Coligny,

Bo: cow, beef (bo-vinda = white cow)

Boduos: winner,

Bogios: breaker

Boruos: boiling victorious cf the devos := > and French towns: la Bourboule or Bourbon

Braca / Braha: trousers, brays

Bran: raven

Brater: brother

Bratercatis: fraternity

Brato/bretu: judgement, sentence, verdict,

Bratuseidon /Bratusedon: Gallic traditional courthouse.

Brecto: dream

Brectos: charm, spell,

Brestos: impetuous

Breto: arbitration

Bretos: judge, referee,

Bric(ci)os: rainbow-coloured, multicoloured,

Brictom: spell, charm,

Briga: mountain

Brigantia: nobility, cf Deva Brigantia

Brigo: prestige, military value,

Briuos: quick, impetuous

Broca: skewer (jewel)

Brogetos: peasant

Brogilo: forest

Brogio: country, border,

Brogis: region, territory,

Brogos: countryside

Brucos/Brucaria: heather

Bucco: goat

Burda: club

Bugillo: verbascum thapsum (botanic)

Buxos: the boxtree

C/K/Q

Caballos: horse

Cacto: strength

Caddo: dignity

Cadros: sinewy, valiant

Caiton: forest

Caliacos: rooster, cock (also Gal(l)iacos)

Calos: stone

Cammano: path

Camato: influence

Cambuta: crook, stick of shepherd,

Camo: to can, domination,

Camox: chamois

Camulos: servant, valet,

Candidos: brilliant, white

Caniena: origin

Canis: law, rule,

Canena: onion

Cantalon: circle of stone (Cf French mount Cantal) also funeral monument

Cantio: song, hymn, invocation,

Canto: hundred

Cantos: ring

Captos: slave, captive,

Carantia: friendship

Carantos: friend

Carno: altar, offer, sacrifice,

Carnix: Gallic trumpet, but also horn.

Squares: stone

Carros: chariot

Caruos: deer

Casamos: escort

Casnis: hare

Cassanos: oak. Cassani Ialon (gives French village Chasseneil = Glade of oaks )

Casto: trick

Caternos: soldier,

Cater: fortification

Caterua: strip army, opposition to the warrior, troop,

Catho: to hate,

Cattos: cat

Catu: fight

Catubarros: helmet

Catumagos: battle fields

Catuiros: war

Caturix: " fighting King" Nickname of a Gallic rix

Catuvolcos: " fighting wolf  " Nickname of an Eburon (gallic) Rix who fought Caesar

Caua: barn-owl, screech owl

Cauannos: horn-owl

Cauaros: giant

Cauos: cave

Cauna: sport, physical exercise,

Cautos: wise man, sage

Celactos: tactical

Celios/celia: adj.confident.

Celios: (name). Mate,

Cellos/kellos  adj .Mysterious, discreet

Cello/Kello: (verb) to hit, (name) striking cf Devos Sukellos = the striking God

K/Celtos: noble (Adj.), shelter, coat (substantive)

Celtillos: very noble, name of the Arverne Druid Rix, Vercingetorix’s father.

Cemis: summit, top,

Ceno: to be born

Cenos: lineage

Centos /Cintos: principal, first, next,

Cerda: job, art, handicraft, manual work,

Cerdos: craftsman

K/Cernunnos: Gallic Devos, probably pre-indo European, his name means the " beautiful gored "

Ceruesia: beer, the french" cervoise ",

Cica: meat

Cingeto: to walk

Cingetos: walker; war, soldier

Cingetorix: warriors chief

Cios: drizzle, fog,

Cintugnatos: eldest

Ciuis: liberty

Cladios/Gladios: short sword, sword,

Cladma: cemetery, necropolis.

Clappa: stone

Clevos: audition, hearing, praise,

Cloca: bell

Clocannos: skull

Cloutos: famous

Cnabetios: shorn, bald.

Coelecos: soothsayer

Coelios: soothsayer

coelon: innards, stomach,

Coetos: spectators,

Coimos/a: pleasant

Coisis: zealous

Colanos: knife

Colgos: sting

Colino: holly (botany)

Coinos: one-eyed

Comagios: help, helper, clerk,

Comaitios: brother of foster

Comarbios: successor

Comarlia: advice, opinion,

Comartios: friend, mate,

Comaruedo: experience, restraint,

Combartos: deputy, lieutenant,

Comberos: confluence

Combitios: mate

Combogios: mate of weapon

Combutis: friendship,

Cometos: community

Comiongis: fleet,

Comluno: to submit

Commedo: to govern

Commedo: equality, declaration (public)

Commios: equal

Commoleto: acclamation

Comonios: kindness, good action,

Comnepos: cousin

Comnertos: robust

Comnexos: neighbour

Comrato: gathering, contract, agreement,

Comrunos: secret

Comruto: emotion

Comtectos: company

Comteno: religious college

Comuergo: contest

Comueria: the Justice

Concoriaros: to counsel

Condatis: association

Condatio: assembly

Condecta: society

Condectos: partner

Condos: intelligent

Coneito: heroism

Coneto: glory

Congello: treats, contract, agreement.

Congruos: rival

Connacos: reasonable, prudent

Connedos: guard

Consenos: harmonious

Consuanetos: conqueror

Contuto: protection

Conuenos: ally, parent,

K/Corma/Curmi: beer

Corbos: raven (bird)

Corionos: military chief

Coros: wheel

Corracos: coracle (light craft)

Coslo: hazelnut

Coslos: hazel tree, hazel,

Cottos: glorious

Couira: honesty

Couiros: honest, faithful, sincere

Couitos: the conscience

Cramo: to Burn

Craxantos: toad

Credaros: religious

Credimacos: adept, believer,

Credion: heart, center,

Credios: cruel

Credma: religion

Credmo: belief

Creed: to believe

Creeds: body

Credra: relics

Cremto: fear

Crotta: harp

Crottarios: harpist

Crudios: barbarian

Crudio: rigor

Crudios: bloody

Cruos: blood

Crupella: breastplate (in metal)

Crupellatios: crupellarius (armoured fighter)

Cubos: victorious

Cuda: in leather

Cudis: skin

Cuerta: bramble

Cula: hiding place

Cularos: canyon (géo)

Cumba: valley

Cunos: dog

Curtia: round shield

Curtis: pouch

Csesca: reed

D

Dacron: tears

Dagenio: decency

Dago: good, goodness (Forename of this one today known as Vercingétorix, in the same way, our forebears change easily of name during their life)

Dagolitos: very devout / very good

Dallos: blind

Damns: material, matter, materials,

Damnicos: the material

Damoi: military escort

Damos: deer

Danacos: technician, gifted,

Danios: braves

Dano: work, the destiny, the talent, the faculty,

Danos: administrator

Danotalos: generous

Darbo: mole (animal)

Darios: tumult

Datio: meeting

Degnos: worthy

Delgarios: partisan

Delgio: tax

Delgio: verb to suppress, to abolish,

Delgis: fibula, staple (jewel)

Delgiton: debt, tribute,

Delua: painting, portrait, sculpture, statue, representation,.

Deluos: sculptor, painter,

Dentis: tooth

Depro: to eat

Derca: the view

Derco: eye

Derdrio: persistence

Dervos: oak

Dervato: test

Deva: goddess

Devocaro: piety

Devocaros: devout

Devonos: divine

Devos: God (Great being)

Dexos: cleverness, dexterity,

Dexsiuos: the South

Diablintos: untiring

Diacos: future

Dicantio: recitation, declamation,

Dicantos: capable

Diconos: sufficient

Dies: yesterday

Digallia: vengeance

Dilego: to destroy

Dilicos: skilful

Dillos: faithful

Dimedo: to despise

Doiros: dangerous

Donnos: brown

Dordo: whisper (Cf  French river Dordogne)

Dorma: the crowd

Dornacos: pugilist

Dornato: fight

Doro: door (cf English door)

Dosedio: to alleviate

Douais: tool

Draucos: athlete

Drecma: the face

Drecto: drawing

Drepso: bramble

Dringmarion: ladder (tool)

Dromen: the back

Drommen: crest (mountain)

Druidos: druid, learned,

Druidiactos: druidic

Drugnato: abuse

Drugos: bad

Drunemeton: wood, forest of oaks,

Druta: she-lover

Drutos: lover, madman,

Druvocalo: the malediction

Dubis: black (French river Doubs)

Dubron: stream

Duco: to drive, to vote,

Ducto: election

Dugis: work

Duisto: the couple

Dula: flower, creature, emanation,

Dulios: the desire

Dulon: domain, element,

Dumios: thick, massif

Dumnos: deep, immense (the world)

Dunato: the civilization

Dunatis: guard of a citadel

Dunon: palace, walled city,

Durno: fist

Duro: steel

Duron: market, forum,

Dusios: ominous spirit, demon,

E

Eburo: the yew (botany) Eburi Ialon = the glade of yews (French town Ebreuil

Ecno: to devour

Ecritomaros: terrible

Ectratos: exceptional (cf extra)

Ectros: strange

Edenno: the ivy

Eisca: fishing (action)

Eiscos: fish

Elanis: doe

Elatio: the instant

Elcos: bad

Elio: suit

Ellio: the pace

Elto: poplar

Eluios: swan

Emon: twin

Enapos: face

Enguina: nail

Epa: mare

Epalo: colt (animal)

Epatha: cavalry

Epatos: horseman   

Eporedio: to gallop

Eporedia: the messenger, the rider, the horsewoman,

Epos/ekos/ekuos: horse

Eria: west

Erios: far

Eror: eagle

Ersos: the coachman

Esugenos: son of Esus

Esus: Major Gallic Devos.

Eula: the Science

Eulacos: educated, learned

Eunis: just

Excailo: to deliver, to divorce,

Exceltos: franc, free,

Excingorigiatos: king / chief of expeditions

Excito: agility

Exollios: destructive

Exomnos: audacious

Exorgo: to pardon, to save,

Extrogarios: interpreter

Exuertos: regular

F

Fiduena:  living in forest

Frogna: the nose, the nostril (Cf in French to scowl)

G

To pronounce as in given

Gabala: captures, jail, conquest,

Gabalo: pincers

Gabella: sheaf

Gabo: to keep; to capture,

Gabra: goat

Gabrina: Little goat

Gabretos: goatherd

Gaesos: courageous, valiant

Gaesorios: weapon smith

Gaibo: to relate, to joke,

Gala: wind, the kiss, steam, the bowl, the stone, the storm,

Galar: mourning, illness, misfortune,

Galbanios: golden (Adj)

Galio: cheerful (Adj)

Galiuos: pretty

Gallia: courage, strength

Gallica: shoe

Galo: pebble

Galuato: call

Garra: leg, bend of the knee,

Garuos: rough

Gatalis: courtesan

Gatos: radius

Gebar: icing

Gegda: goose

Geistlatos: fiancé

Geneta: girl

Genetio: sex, race, kind,

Genios: born (Adj)

Geno: to generate, to know,

Gentos: the creation

Geratos: scar

Gerdia: weaver

Gestis: taboo

Giamos: snow

Giamon: the winter

Gilaros: laurel

Glanio/glanum: purity

Glanis: the jewel, the diamond, the glass,

Glanna: the strand, the side (French river Glane)

Glannos: pure, elegant

Glano: to purify

Glareto: clarity

Glaros: clear

Glaston: blueberry

Glastos: blue

Glesa: clay

Gienno: to glean, to collect,

Gnata: girl

Gnatos: son

Gnato: use, custom,

Gnimenos: author

Gnoto: ceremony

Goba/Gerboia: (Gerbovia) forge

Gobos/Gobanos: blacksmith

Gobanitio: the blacksmith's art

Gobbo: beak, mouth,

Gonetos: killer

Gonna: skin of beast

Gorsedd: druidic assembly

Gortia: bush

Gornitos: farmer

Gorton: enclosure

Gortorios: gardener

Grannon: grain

Grannos: brilliant, incandescent; sometimes bearded? Gallic Devos. One sometimes finds Belenos grannos

Gratio: welcome

Carves: gravel, the strike, rubbles,

Gravo: to write, to engrave,

Gravo: letter, the writing,

Gregos: herd

Grennos: the beard

Grenos: funny

Grensanos: sand

Critos: shout

Gruton: gravel

Guedia: prayer

Guelos: coal (of wood)

Gulbia: gouge, chisel,

Guso: to choose

Gustos: dangerous

Gustos: choice

Gutos: magic invocation

Gutuater: invoker priest,  

I / J

Pronounces as in india

Iaccetos: healer

Iantucaros: ardent, young

Ialos: reclaimed earth, glade. Find again deformed in euil, Chasseneuil = Cassani Ialos = Glade of oak; ebreuil = eburi iali = Glade of yews

Iavga: gorse

Iectis: the language, the speech,

Iegis: ice

Iesto: cascade

Ieuros: worker

Inollios: security

Inregon: gift

Insepo: the word

lorcos: roebuck

Iotos/Jotos: youth

I/Jovincos: young

Isarno: iron

Iselo: to humiliate

Iselos: low, lowered

Itos: the thirst, the cereal,

Iualacos: shout of victory

Iudna: weapon

Iudnacos: martial, war

Iudno: to arm

Iugon: the yoke

Iuos: the yew

Iuppo/Iuppicelos: the juniper

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L

Labara: the speech

Labaron: the emblem in " X " desecrated by the mercenary collaborators of the Roman imperialism.

Labrarios: speaker

Labrios: talkative

Lado: the mission

Lagina: blade (of sword)

Lagiô: to decrease

Laibos: the left

Laidos: poem, the lay,

Llama: hand

Lameto: enterprise

Lamis: axe, blade,

Lancia: spear

Landa: the moor, the country,

Lanon: the sanctuary

Lapsa: the flame

Laros: soil

Latea: marsh

Latis/lation: the day

Latro: leather

Laugos: price, balance,

Lauisa: slate

Loca: the tomb

Laurio: thyme

Lautos: rich

Lautron: bath

Lecto: destruction

Lego: place

Leiga: spoon

Legis: physician

Leitos: gray (color)

Lemos: voice, sound, also the elm (tree)

Lena: the veil

Lepagos: wizard

Leuca: mile (metrology)

Leuceto: lightning (storm)

Leucetos: thunderbolt

Liga: gem, precious stone,

Lingo: the dance

Linion: the linen,

Liros: the stream

Litis: the cult

Liuo: to paint, to dye,

Liuos: coulor

Locarna: light

Locarnos: lamp

Loccos: lake, (loch!)

Lomana: strap

Longa: ship

Longis: the navigation

Lorga: mark, trace, print,

Losto: tail

Loudo: (V) to prevent

Loudo: (n) obstacle

Luernos: fox. Name of a famous Arverne rix, that regned on 52 teutas.

Louio: rudder

Luamos: pilot

Luato: speed

Lubion: herb, grass

Lubogorton: garden (flowers), park

Lucna: gleam

Luco: to shine

Lucoto: mouse

Lucta: cargo, freight,

Luctos: troop, people,

Ludo: the lead

Lugo: to illuminate

Lugos: light (cf God Lugus)

Luno: the expense, tallow,

Lupsacos: market garden

Lupso: plant, vegetable,

Lurategos: breastplate

Luto: mud

Luton: anger

Lutos: ardour

Lutuis: powder, ash,

Luxo: burn

M

Momoros: " the swan ". Name of one of founders of the city of Lugdunum, Lyon,  France

Macios: mason

Maditos: useful

Magedio: to conquer

Magedo: to defeat

Magio: to fight

Magos: wool, village, fields,

Mailos: bald

Maistis: crow

Manicos: “torque”, necklace

Manos: eminent

Mantis: size

Mapo: young man;

Maponos: earth divinity, gnome,

Maro: big, great

Marcasios: swamp

Marcisia: cavalry

Marcotegis: stable

Marcos: grapevine

Maredagos: magnificent

Maruarios: executioner

Marunata: funeral song

Matanto: forgiveness, grace, amnesty,

Mataris: javelin

Mater: mother

Mat(i)rona: The Great Mother. Name of a Gallic Deva

Matos: good (adj)

Mation: stick

Dulled: auspicious, favourable, positive

Meblo: Treason

Medios: middle (in abstract mos, Mos - acos = to the middle of waters)

Medo: to admire, to appreciate, to consider, to declare, to judge, to respect,

Medo: mead

Medto: respect

Medtos: soberness

Meduos: drunkenness

Meina: mine, underground,

Meg(os): milk  serum

Melis: honey

Melitorios: miller

Mello: hill

Mellos: mistake

Menio vow, wish, desire,

Menmen: mind

Meno: to think, to want, to go up,

Mensos: lunar month

Mentio: the thought, the reflection,

Mento: project

Mesalca: blackbird

Mestos: acorn

Metha: crop

Methca: drunkenness

Metho: to trust

Metios: harvester

Milos: animal

Undermines: distinction, price, the appetite, the underground,

Minacos: ore

Moccos: pork

Moetios: gentleness

Moinos: treasure

Molo: praise, the millstone,

Molos: the mass

Monga: mane, hairdressing,

Monia: peat, moss (plant); the pond

Mor/mori: the nightmare, the sea,

Moricambo: gulf, creek, bay.

Moricatos: naumachia (naval fight)

Moritasgos: sailor

Reprimands: siren (mythology)

Morimagos: low coast

Morimaros: the tide

Morinos: sailor

Moripenna: rocky coast

Moritego: to sail

Moruio: ant

Moso: trouble

Motrigon: ring

Mucanon: chimney

Muccogarra: ham

Muco: smoke

Mudos: appreciable

Multo: sheep

Muria: vase

Muto: sensation

N

Namo: to hate

Namos: enemy

Nantu: river

Nanto: valley

Napto: the progeny, the posterity,

Naseo: to attach, to bind,

Natris: snake

Nauma: hunger

Navson: boat

Neblos/nieblos/niolos cloud, fog,

Neco: to kill

Neha: naiad, river divinity

Neibo: energy

Neitos: hero

Nemes: the sky

Nemeton: sacred, dedicated, also the holy wood, the sanctuary, the temple, Cf Nemetona, war deva,. Augusto Nemetum, old name of the city of Clermont Ferrand = Glade dedicated to Augustus. Before, she was called Nemessos.

Nepos: Neptis nephew: niece

Nerto / Nertos: strength

Nerta: beauty

Nervos: vigorous

Neun: nine

Nimnicos: poisoned

Ninatis: nettle

Nitiobrogos: native, indigenous,

Nouientos: modern

Novios: new,

Nox/nocs: the night

O

Obarris: author, pride, morgue,

Octonox: the week (" eight nights ")

Ocios: fast

Oecos: host

Ogis: virgin (Adj)

Oiba: beauty

Oinantios: identity

Oineteros: marvelous

Oineto: marvel, unit,

Oino: wine, foam,

Oitos: wow

Olacos: drunkard

Ollamos: Learned

Ollanio: hazelnut

Ollanios: hazel tree

Ollioaccetos: mistletoe

Ollos: totality

Oloudios: supreme master

Omios: bronze, copper,

Omnos: the fear

Omno: to terrify

Onna: ash tree, river,

Opos: abundance

Opulos: maple, plane tree,

Orbos: inheritance

Orcios: the assassin

Orcnis: murder

Ordo: the mallet, the hammer,

Orgo: to kill, to murder,

Orgetos: killer

Osbarna: ankle

Osbio: member (anat.)

Oticos: the master of house

Ovica: the sheep

Oviom: egg

Ovitarios: shepherd

P

Padis: pine

Palia: rock

Parios: caldron

Parra: defensive wall

Parricon: park

Parro: grazing

Patos: the notable

Peila: intelligence

Peaica: glebe

Pello: to move away

pennanto: decision

Penno: head

Perpennos: obstinate, headstrong

Perta: hedge, grove,

Petraria: mace

Petro: four (number)

Petrugenacos: rectangle

Petrumentalo: crossroads

Pettia: piece

Picos: the tip, small,

Pictos: ferocious cf picte tribe

Pincio: chaffinch

Plants: the clan

Pobano: kitchen

Porios: active

Prenantia: trade

Prenios: the tradesman

Presto: bush

Preta: clay

Pretia: pottery

Primis: worm

Primo: meander

Prutio: prudence

R

Ram: the ram

Ramedon: the road

Rummy: oar, shovel,

Randa: fate

Ratanios/ratanhos: small, petty, of little importance

Ratis: fern

Reburnos: hemp

Reburros: hairy, long-haired

Rectos: direct, right

Redios: free

Redo: to ride, to run, to browse,

Regana: queen

Regidunon: palace

Region: royalty

Rego: to direct

Regon: gibbet

R(h)eda: car with 4 horses

Retos: runner

Reutro: to attack, to invade,

Riatro: torrent

Rigisenon: kingdom

Rigomaglos: prince

Rigos: royal

Ringo: to unleash himself, to attack,

Ringtos: furious

Riton: passage, ford; cf Ritonas, devas of passages, fords or bridges

Rix: king (elected, he reigns, represents, but doesn't govern)

Robudio: alarm

Rocca: rock

Romen: prodigy

Roto: the season, the wheel,

Roudios: the ruin

Rosmerta: Deva, = the Great supplier  Goddess

Rudna: fur

Rudos: red

Runos: mystery, secret, (Runes alphabet)

Rusca: peel; hive

S

 

Sacros: sacred, holy

Sago: to look for

Sagos: the researcher

Sagilos: researcher

Salar: trout(fish)

Saleno: salt

Salicos: the willow

Saimo: salmon

Samaicis: heifer

Samalis: resemblance

Samo: firmness

Samos: Summer

Sanis: story, narration,

Sapo: soap

Sapos: resin

Sappos: fir

Satio: swarm

Saulo: the sun

Sauo: honour

Scammos: light (adj.)

Scatos: shade

Scobies: the elder (tree)

Scopo: to sweep

Weans: whip

Sebo: to honour

Sechten: seven

Sedacos: pacific

Sedos: quiet (Adj), the peace (n)

Seduarios: the herald

Seducatis: pacifier

Segamos: the champion

Segios: winner

Seglos: liberal

Sego: victory

Segomos: victorious

Segusios: hunting dog

Seibto: the magic

Selato: seedtimes

Selga: game, hunt,

Selgos: hunter

Selos: the descendant

Selto: the look

Selua: the property

Sembros: the clover

Sena: priestess

Senacatis: the antique

Senacos: the elder

Senister: the ancestor plural Senamoi: forebears

Senatos: the senate

Senicommenio: the tradition

Semno: music

Seno: to play (music)

Seno: the prosperity

Senos: old

Senoto: the magician

Sentacos: mate (of journey)

Senton: the path

Sepo: the beyond

Serco: the physical love

Sertos: attack, assault,

Sesca: the reed

Sescos: rush; dry, arid (Adj)

Sestamo: the resistance

Setlon: Cycle of 30 years

Siltos: seed

Singis: slender

Sira, star, sometimes also sirona

Sirona: Venus

Sireto: nostalgia

Siretos: eternity

Sireula: astronomy

Sisto: to persevere

Siatta: stem

Slemno: jump (name)

Slugos: army

Slugotegos: military camp

Smerios: attentive

Smeros: merit

Snadmo: nod

Snata: analysis

Soldos: unshakable

Soldurios: bodyguard

Somnos: the sleep

Sonnocingos: solar year

Sparos: wood spear

Spetes: the hawthorn

Spina: thorn

Spruto: stream

Serono: perfume

Stagnon: the tin

Stator: woodworker, carpenter, the sculptor (on wood)

Statos: standing

Stertos: rushes, steep

Stolos: column, beam, or armed in march

Stolutegon: the rear keeps

Streto: fine, tax

Swelis: the sport

Svesor/Svisor: sister

Suero: to mock

Sueta: victorious

Suado: to seduce

Suareto: the game

Suaria: the independence

Suarios: the liberty

Suarto: liberation

Suartos: emancipated

Sucatos: quarrelsome, aggressive

Suletos: curious

Sukko: pork; snout

Sus: pig

Sua/Sutegis: pigsty

Sutos: fruit

T

Tala: boldness, plate of metal, sheet metal,

Talamasca: magic mask

Talo: shield

Talomaros: daring

Talo: forehead, facade,

Tanarios: crowbar

Tanos: audacious, thin

Taranautos: the storm

Taranis: the thunder (cf the God) adj.: thunderous

Tavrina: heifer

Tarvos/Tavros/Tascos: bull

Tavra, the cow,

Tatis: Dad, father,

Taucia: silence

Taxea: the bacon

Tebo: to frighten

Tecta: arrival, arrived

Tectano: itinerary

Tectis: quality

Tecto: roof

Tectos: the messenger

Tega: support, sustains, protection

Tegis: roof, cover, house,

Telamon: frond

Temello: obscurity

Temis: dark

Tenedos: fire, the stake,

Tentos: rope

Tepes: heat

Teutacos: popular

Teuta: tribe, nation,

Teutanos: chief of tribe (U/V pronounces separated )

Teutatès/Teutatis: Devos, mean Father of the people, of the Nation,

Teutios: Teutos citizen: nation, tribe, homeland,

Tigernos: prince

Tigos: chief

Toto: to take vengeance

Togo: protective

Tomen: hillock, tumulus,

Tomos: cheese

Tonceto: luck

Toncia: success

Tonco: to predestine

Tonda: wave

Tonna: ton, barrel,

Torato: discipline

Toratos: harvest

Torcos/Turko: boar

Torracos: fertile

Touitios: magistrate

Toutos: lawn

Tractos: beach (sand)

Tragacoi: infantry

Trago: to walk

Tragula: the track

Treagos: trident

Trebo: to live / to cultivate / to exploit

Treco: ruse; stratagem

Trenos: quarrelsome

Treviros: virile (cf Trévire tribe)

Trigenacos: triangle

Trodma: the sadness, the boredom,

Trogna: nose, the face,

Trogo: to translate

Truganos: poor

Truganto: the poverty

Trugo: mercy

Trugocaro: the judicial grace

Trugos: gladiator

Tudo: to hit

Tuo: to protect

U/W/W/Y

Pronounces woo in the beginning of the word and oone in finale

Vacos: curve, emptiness,

Vactos: worse

Vacto: clamour

Vailannos: seagull, pigeon,

Vailo: to howl

Vallon: the fence, the ditch,

Vamo: gulf

Vannos: lapwing, but also swallow in certain regions

Varano: fountain

Varina: group, party

Varos: defender

Vassos: vassal

Vates: soothsayer, Vate,

Vatos: prophecy, poetry,

Veco: to travel or to fight

Vecta: cart

Vectis: journey

Vectos: traveller, interpreter,

Veda: wisdom, to know, appearance,

Vedio: the knowledge

Vedno: to take care of, to testify,

Vedo: to know, to guide, to take,

Vedos: wise man (Adj), sage

Veduos: widower

Vegato: texture

Vegtos: cloths

Veico: to charm

Veillis: feast

Velca: the clairvoyant

Calve: poet

Velios: valorous

Vellos: better

Velos: traitor

Velto: the return,  

Veltos: uncultivated, wild

Vindesa: dace, ablet, (fish)

Venta: market, fair, transaction,

Verangnatos: extraordinary

Verbrouo: eyebrow

Vercantio: the teaching

Vercingetorix: word-to-word " High elected warrior " chief for the time of a war

Vergaros: responsible

Verianos: innocent

Veris: the hospitality

Veriugon: union

Verna/Vernos: alder  

Verno: target

Veros: real

Versedon: throne,

Versed: to preside

Versta: rain

Verstaboggos: the rainbow

Vertacos: precious

Vertera: rampart

Vertis: the act

Vertos: miracle

Veso: joy,

Vesantenos: the Spring

Vesta: invitation

Veuer: squirrel

Vecos: village (cf vicus in Latin: French village Volvic (this one with well known mineral water) = Uelcos Vicos = wolf’s village)

Vibia: medlar-tree

Victa: fury

Victos: loser

Vidios: wild, barbarian

Vidon: tree

Vidluia: witch

Vigenta: marjoram

Vindos/a: white, beautiful, luminous ==> (Devos Vintur(os)) >Ventoux mount in France

Vindabra: ghost, apparition,

Vimpi (Wimpi): beautiful

Viria: bracelet

Viriona: the truth

Virios: male

Viros: the man (masculine)

Virtos: virtue

Visumaros: clover

Ulacos: owl

Ulatis: government, domination, protectorate,

Ulatos: the governor, the administrator,

Uelcos: wolf; avenger

Ullido: banquet

Vobera: source, spring

Vocanos: famous

Vocantos: perfect; oracle

Vocatio: word

Vocieios: north

Vocelos: attentive

Vocontios: distinguished

Vogaeson: javelin

Vogemos: Fall

Voglenno: to study, to learn,

Vogiantios: student, learner,

Volatos: modest

Volotaus: wealth

Voleo: to bathe oneself; to adore

Volegion: bed

Volicos: loose  

Voltos: hair

Vomento: hope

Vopreno: reward

Vospa/Vopsa: wasp

Voredos: horse

Vosistamo: guarantee, insurance,

Vosris: dawn

Vostatos: strong

Vosugos: researcher

Votepo: shelter; the flight

Ucteros: very high

Uracon: bucket

Uradios: root

Uredma: instinct

Uros: green (colour)

Uros/x: aurochs

Usca: bush

Utarnia: childbirth

Utepo: asylum

Uxellos/ia: superior, excelling

Uxero: in the evening

Uxellos: high

Uxellimos: most high, excellent

Uxisamos: supreme

Uxopeila: the ambition

Uxopeilos: ambitious

NOVELS SUMMARY