- Language: Paelignian
- Alternate names:
- Language code: doscp
- Language family:
- Dialect of: Oscan
- Number of speakers:
The Paeligni inhabited an area in the Abruzzi, east of Rome. There are very few inscriptions in Paelignian, an Osco-Umbrian language. The inscriptions of this extinct language are from 1st century BCE.
eite . uus . pritrome pacris puus . ecic lexe lifar . dida . uus . deti . hanustu . herentas
Translation: "Go forward into pleasure, you whom it pleases to have read this. May distinguished Venus give you riches."
- eite ('to go'; imperative, 2nd person singular)
- dida ('to give'; subjunctive, present)
- Baldi, Philip. The foundations of Latin. New York, 2002.