i-je-re-u

cf. i-je-ro
cf. i-je-re-ja (see also di-wi-je-ja, di-wi-je-u; e-ro-pa-ke-ja, e-ro-pa-ke-u; te-pe-ja, te-pe-u)
cf. ki-e-u

𐀂𐀋𐀩𐀄

Definitions

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: priest, cf. ἱερεύς (Iliad I, 62+)

Variants

i-e-re-u

𐀂𐀁𐀩𐀄

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: variant spelling of i-je-re-u

i-je-re-wo

𐀂𐀋𐀩𐀺

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: genitive singular of i-je-re-u

i-je-re-wi-jo

𐀂𐀋𐀩𐀹𐀍

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: anthroponym or neuter adjective describing a vessel, cf. ἱερήιον

Context

we-te-re-u is i-je-re-u "pa-ro a3-ti-jo-qe" in the PY Eo series.
we-te-re-u is i-je-re-u "pa-ro da-mo" in the PY Ep series.

Associated Commodities

GRA: PY Eo

References

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

One Response to i-je-re-u

  1. i-je-re-wi-jo on KN K 875 appears with qa-si-re-wi-ja which is identified as an adjective of qa-si-re-u. I’m not sure if others have done research to point this out – there’s so many publications to still read! – but it seems very unlikely to me that qa-si-re-wi-ja would be an adjective from qa-si-re-u without i-je-re-wi-jo also being an adjective from i-je-re-u. I wonder what Aura Jorro has said on the topic.

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