- Language: Vestinian
- Alternate names:
- Language code: doscv
- Language family:
- Dialect of: Oscan
- Number of speakers:
Vestinian is the name given to the extinct Osco-Umbrian language spoken by Vestini, who lived on the eastern side of Italy near the Picenes and the Marrucini.
The following text sample is from an inscription from 3rd century BCE.
t . uetio duno didet herclo iouio brat data
Translation: "Titus Vetius gave (this as) a gift to Hercules Jouius. Gratefully given."
Verb: didet ('to give'; active, past)
- Baldi, Philip. The foundations of Latin. New York, 2002.