Announcements

  • The Zotero library underlying the CEToM bibliography is now public and can be viewed here.
  • We would like to thank Prof. Dr. Thomas Oberlies and Pratik Rumde from the Seminar für Indologie und Tibetologie of the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen for providing our project with scans of the nachlass of Wilhelm Siegling. The nachlass includes letters to and from Siegling throughout his career that are of great importance to the history of the field of Tocharian studies. This material will be published on CEToM, accompanied by transcriptions of the letters, in the course of 2024.

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atit

Cite this page as:"atit". 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_atit (accessed 22 Feb. 2024).
 
Meaning:“~ past, bygone”
Word class:adjective
Language:TB
Equivalent in other languages:Skt. BHS atīta-
Lexeme variants:atit
 
Number:singular; plural
Case:nominative; accusative
Gender:masculine; feminine

Paradigm

sg.m sg.f pl.m pl.f du.m du.f
nom atit atit atit atit
voc
acc atit atit atit atit
gen
loc
comit
inst
abl
perl
all
caus

Lexeme family

Commentary

Adams 2013a: 9.

Occurrences

atit

1THT 183 a3/// r weśeña pästatittākaṃ tumeṃ vikalpa a4
2THT 189 a4atitpratyutpaṃ pelaiknentameṃ /// a5

Bibliography

Adams 2013a

Adams, Douglas Q. 2013a. A dictionary of Tocharian B. Revised and greatly enlarged. 2nd ed. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi.