Linear B DI
Linear B Syllabogram *07, DI
Unicode: 𐀇 𐀇

DI- Sign Groups

di-da-ka-re KN
di-da-ma-o PY hapax
anthroponym di-de-ro KN
di-do-si, di-do-to, do-se, do-so-si, do-ke, do-ke-ko-o-ke-ne, o-do-ke KN, MY, PY
di-du-me KN hapax
anthroponym di-du-mo (dative) KN, MY
toponym di-ka-ta (implied), (allative) di-ka-ta-de, (ethnic) di-ka-ta-jo KN
anthroponym di-ka-ta-ro KN
anthroponym di-ki-nu-wo KN hapax
anthroponym (di)-ko-na-ro PY
di-ko-to Kn hapax
di-no-zo TH
anthroponym di-nu-wa-ta PY hapax
di-pa, (dual) di-pa-e KN, PY
di-pi-ja KN hapax
di-pi-si-je-wi-jo PY hapax
di-pi-si-jo, di-pi-si-jo-i PY
di-pte-ra, di-pte-ra3 PY
di-pte-ra-po-ro KN, PY
di-qa-ra[ KN hapax
di-qo PY
anthroponym di-ra KN hapax
di-ra-po-ro PY hapax
anthroponym di-ra-qo KN hapax
anthroponym di-ra-wo-no PY hapax
di-ri-mi-jo PY hapax
toponym di-ro KN
anthroponym di-so KN hapax
anthroponym di-ta-ka-so KN
theonym di-u-ja, di-wi-ja KN, PY
anthroponym di-u-ja-wo TH
di-u-jo PY hapax
anthroponym di-wa-jo KN hapax
theonym di-we, (genitive) di-wo KN, PY
anthroponym di-we-se-ja MY hapax
anthroponym di-we-so KN hapax
anthroponym di-wi-ja-ta PY hapax
anthroponym di-wi-ja-wo, di-u-ja-wo KN, PY, TH
di-wi-je-ja KN
di-wi-je-u, (dative) di-wi-je-we PY
toponym di-wi-jo, di-wi-jo-de KN, PY
di-wi-jo-jo KN hapax
di-wi-pa-ra KN hapax
theonym di-wo (genitive), (dative) di-we KN, PY
di-wo-a-ne[ KN hapax
theonym di-wo-nu-so, (genitive) di-wo-nu-so-jo PY, KH
di-wo-pu-ka-ta KN hapax
anthroponym di-za-so KN
anthroponym di-zo Kn
anthroponym di-*65-pa-ta KN hapax

Phonetic Greek

δε, cf. di-pa
δι, cf. di-wo-nu-so
δις, cf. ti-ri-po-di-ko

DI as an Adjunct

Adjunct to MUL

Adjunct to *155VAS




Bernabé & Luján 2008: di-pa


Bernabé & Luján 2008: di-pa


Chadwick & Ventris 1973: abbreviation of di-pte-ra?


Bernabé, Alberto and Eugenio R. Luján, 2008 A Companion to Linear B: Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World vol. I (ed. Yves Duhoux and Anna Morpurgo Davies) "Mycenaean Technology"

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

2 Responses to DI

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  2. See also AndrĂ¡s Zeke’s hypothesis on a Cretan hieroglyph which may also represent the phonetic value “DI”: Hiero *11

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