ὁδεία | οἶα | ὀχή |
o-da-i.ja | ὁδεία | traveling
o-da-a2 | ὁδεία | traveling
Pylos (Scribes 1, 2, 21, 24)
o-da-i.ja typically begins sentences on the pe-mo tablets and is followed by anthroponyms, to indicate traveling supplicants. Cf. wo-de-wi-ja “that for which a merchant travels”.
o-ka | ὀχή (oke) | anything that bears or carries, *a riding
Pylos (Scribes 1, 11, 32)
Cf. ὄχησις “a bearing, a carrying” from passive “a driving, a riding, a sailing”. ku-ru-me-no-jo , o-ka “a riding of a wheel (chariot)” [PY An 654].