They are, from south to north, Osci, Aurunci, Hernici, Marruci, Falisci; with these were no doubt associated the original inhabitants of Aricia and of Sidici -num, of Vescia among the Aurunci, and of Labici close to Hernican territory.
478 sqq.; Sarrazin, "De Sozomeni historia num integra sit," in the Commentationes philologae jenenses, i.
3 The Finns came to apply to the upper gods the term Yumala which originally denoted the living sky; the Samoyedes made the same use of Num, and the Mongols of Tengri.
Of the kings who apparently belonged to a Parthian dynasty, several bearing the name Cammascires are known to us from coins dated 8i and 71 B.C. One of these is designated by Lucian (Macrobu, I 6) king of the Parthians; while the coinage of another, Orodes, displays Aramaic script (Allotte de la Fuye, Rev. num., 4me srie, t.
6, 7, where the same prohibition is extended to all the priests); the distinction between " holy " and " most holy " things (Num: xviii.
Final n, if originally it stood between two vowels, drops away (bo, b 0 n u m; vi, v i n u m), but not when it answers to mn (thus do nu in makes do, but dom num don; sonum makes so, but somnum son).
In spite of her own statement in the epilogue to her fables: "Marie ai num, si suis de 1 Cotton MS. Domit.
A loop of plati num wire passed under these tubes serves to suspend the vessel from the balance arm.