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akaumtse

Cite this page as:"akaumtse". In A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts (CEToM). Created and maintained by Melanie Malzahn, Martin Braun, Hannes A. Fellner, and Bernhard Koller. https://cetom.univie.ac.at/?F_B_akaumtse (accessed 21 Feb. 2024).
 
Meaning:Personal name or title
Word class:noun
Language:TB
Lexeme variants:akaumtse
 
Number:singular
Case:genitive
Gender:masculine

Paradigm

sg pl du
nom akau
voc
acc
gen akaumtse
loc
comit
inst
abl
perl
all
caus

Lexeme family

Commentary

Status unclear, could be either a name or a title, cf. Ching and Ogihara 2013: 112. Akau is agglomerated to the name kunacaṃttre in kunacaṃttrakau, and maybe in kleṅkarako. Ching and Ogihara 2013 suggest a comparison with the title Okou* found in THT 4001 b3, but state at the end that "it is has not been etablished yet whether akau combined with the personal names quoted above is an element their names, an affixed honorific title or an actual position."

Occurrences

akaumtse

1PK DA M 507.37 and .36 a9akaumtseretkene yasiś
2PK DA M 507.37 and .36 a18akaumtsemā wsāwa
3PK DA M 507.37 and .36 a33akaum(ts)eṣewi(sa) – ·e –
4PK DA M 507.37 and .36 a70ālttse «ai»tstsa aittsi puttewaṃnteakaumtseyośaś tsäa71ṅkana wasa
5PK DA M 507.37 and .36 a101a101me • ceakaumt«s»eṣewisa werwy(e) e·s· ///

Bibliography

Ching and Ogihara 2013

Ching, Chao-jung, and Hirotoshi Ogihara. 2013. “A Tocharian B sale contract on a wooden tablet.” Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 5: 101–27.