a-mo

cf. (-ta, -te) pe-ne-we-ta

Definitions

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: wheel, cf. ἃρματα 'chariot'

Variants

a-mo-si

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: dative plural of a-mo

Iliad IV.365:
"[...] ὑπέρθυμον Διομήδεα, ἑσταότ᾽ἔν θ᾽ἵπποισι καὶ ἅρμασι κολλητοισι [...]"
[...] Diomedes high of heart, as he stood his horse and jointed chariot [...]

a-mo-ta

Duhoux 2008 (KN So): "this word could point to the wheels together with their axle. Its etymological meaning (from the root used in ἀραρίσκω, 'fit') must have been 'set of assembled parts'." See more on p. 275

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: nominative plural of a-mo

a-mo-te

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: nominative dual of a-mo

References

Chadwick, John and Michael Ventris, 1973 Documents in Mycenaean Greek

Duhoux, Yves, 2008 A Companion to Linear B: Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World (ed. Yves Duhoux and Anna Morpurgo Davies) “Mycenaean Anthology”

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