Another opinion is that the word is a corruption of a similar-sounding but etymologically unrelated Etruscan word for priest.
Finally, there is also the possibility the name derives from an Etruscan word for "rocky", though any historical Etruscan rule of the island is disputed.
His name too is connected with the Etruscan word for doors and gates.
Its further etymology, as with that of most Etruscan words, remains unknown.
Clevsin and Camars are more comfortable in their Etruscan milieu as Etruscan words.
Speculum is Latin; the Etruscan word is malena or malstria.
There was, perhaps, an as yet unidentified native Etruscan word for the vase, which pre-empted the adoption of amphora.
The text contains thirty-four known Etruscan words and an equal number of previously unattested Etruscan words.
The word probably derives from an older Etruscan word.
The number of Etruscan words borrowed from the Greeks suggest extended contacts between the two peoples.