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In Celtic mythology, Adsullata was a river goddess of the Continental Celts associated with the River Savus (Sava) in Noricum. This deity is known from a single inscription found at Saudörfel, Austria.
This theonym appears to be derived from Proto-Celtic *Ad-sūg-lat-ā. That derivation literally means (allative) "sucking liquid", which may have been a byword for the notion of "suck-giving liquid" The Romano-British form of this Proto-Celtic reconstruction would likely have been *Adsuglata.
- Patricia Turner and Charles Russel Coulter. Dictionary of ancient deities. Oxford University Press, 2000.
- Cf. * http://www.wales.ac.uk/documents/external/cawcs/PCl-MoE.pdf
- Cf. http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/dwew2/diachrony.pdf
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