LINEAR A A-DU and DA-I

A-DU and DA-I

From LLR 06: An Introduction to Minoan Linear A – the LINCOM webshop                         lincom-shop.eu › … › LLR 06: An Introduction to Minoan Linear A                                       ……RA (the Madonna of the Luwians) or to DA.MA.TE (the Earth Mother or Demeter). …………………..not convinced                                                                                                                 ———————————————————————————————————————————-From John G. YOUNGER, 10b. Transaction Words http://people.ku.edu/~jyounger/LinearA/#10

A-DU = “assessment”?:                                                                                                                  DA-I = “total”?:…………………indicates in some way a completed action (like a perfect of A-DU), could DA-I be a completed transaction *

linear A DA-I (dai):”then” (Richard Wallance https://linearbknossosmycenae.com/2017/02/05/6-more-minoan-linear-a-putative-proto-greek-or-proto-mycenaean-words-da-di-but-are-they-proto-greek-at-all/ ) ,or

FLOURISHING OF THE MINOAN GREEK STATE IN THE LINEAR A …

about the Greekness of Linear B (15th-13th centuries BCE) while earlier Cretan ….. It is natural that technical terms of accountancy and of articles of commerce such as pots should have been borrowed. The further ….. 1 da-i 50, so da-i ‘total‘,   

  • Particle

    *de ~ *do or *-de ~ *-do[1]

    Emphatic or contrastive particleandbut[2]

  • Postpositive demonstrative particletowards[
  • Ancient Greek: δή (dḗ)δαί (daí)

Hmm? ! …………I’m proposing for linear A DA-I, Dai: “it is,Give“,                                                          (as the word was at the finish of an accounting 2+2 dai 4 ;2+2 it is?give 4);                         In Romanian DA:”give” dai:(you) “give”

The Nostratic Macrofamily: A Study in Distant Linguistic Relationship

Allan R. Bomhard, ‎John C. Kerns – 1994 – ‎Language Arts & Disciplines

Proto—Nostratic *t’uw—/*t’ow— ‘to give, to put, to place’: A. Proto—IndoEuropean (*t’ow—C— >) *t’0’— ‘to give, to put, … to make, to prepare’, 931; Pokorny 19592223—226 *do- 2 *da-, *do-u— 2 *dau— : *du— ‘to give‘; Walde 1927—1932.

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