Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of attest.
  • adjective Proven; shown to be true with evidence
  • adjective Supported with testimony
  • adjective Certified as good, correct, or pure
  • adjective linguistics Of words or languages, proven to have existed by records.

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  • adjective established as genuine

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Likewise, in almost all uses of the word attested, Etruscan Rasna is declined **as a noun** and is **not** behaving as an adjective which remains undeclined according to known Etruscan grammar.

    Contradictions with authors' accounts of Etruscan word Rasna

  • One particular word, slicaχem, at the end of line 4 can be a headache for us decrypters because it's an unnerving hapax ie. a word attested only once in all known texts of a language.

    The Etruscan verb root slic- in TLE 131

  • One particular word, slicaχem, at the end of line 4 can be a headache for us decrypters because it's an unnerving hapax ie. a word attested only once in all known texts of a language.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This analysis is more optimal since if we think of this as a game of cards, two attested words and a dis legomenon i.e. a word attested only twice beats two hapaxes any day.

    Voodoo linguistics in Etruscology: the imaginary word 'naceme'

  • This analysis is more optimal since if we think of this as a game of cards, two attested words and a dis legomenon i.e. a word attested only twice beats two hapaxes any day.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I've found the name attested as Apaiatrus [TLE 122], Apiatrus [TLE 122] and Apatrual [TLE 136], all in the genitive, but the common "earliest" form I give for this entry, Apiatru, is a subjective guess.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • I've found the name attested as Apaiatrus [TLE 122], Apiatrus [TLE 122] and Apatrual [TLE 136], all in the genitive, but the common "earliest" form I give for this entry, Apiatru, is a subjective guess.

    Ammendments to Etruscan Dictionary Draft 003

  • This remote, and perhaps imaginary, danger was averted by the submission of the Sultan of Egypt, the honors of the prayer and the coin attested at Cairo the supremacy of Timur; and a rare gift of a giraffe, or camelopard, and nine ostriches, represented at

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 07

  • This remote, and perhaps imaginary, danger was averted by the submission of the sultan of Egypt: the honors of the prayer and the coin attested at Cairo the supremacy of Timour; and a rare gift of a _giraffe_, or camelopard, and nine ostriches, represented at Samarcand the tribute of the African world.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 6

  • This remote, and perhaps imaginary, danger was averted by the submission of the sultan of Egypt: the honors of the prayer and the coin attested at Cairo the supremacy of Timour; and a rare gift of a _giraffe_, or camelopard, and nine ostriches, represented at Samarcand the tribute of the African world.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 6

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