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Definition of Attested

Attest
Attest At*test", n. Witness; testimony; attestation. [R.] The attest of eyes and ears. --Shak.

Meaning of Attested from wikipedia

- integrity of a computing device such as a server needed for trusted computing Attested language Testimony This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with...
- In linguistics, attested languages are languages (living or dead) that have been do****ented and for which the evidence (attestation) has survived to the...
- there were a number of different gods and goddesses. Germanic deities are attested from numerous sources, including works of literature, various chronicles...
- postulated and unattested once-spoken ancestral language from which a number of attested languages are believed to have descended by evolution, forming a language...
- preceded by "he who" or "she who" (dhū or dhāt). Attested in archaeological and/or epigraphic evidence Attested in al-Kalbi's Book of Idols Hoyland 2002, p...
- ****o is a salutation or greeting in the English language. It is first attested in writing from 1826. ****o, with that spelling, was used in publications...
- from the Prose Edda list Nafnaþulur, and are not attested elsewhere, while other names are well attested throughout the sources of Norse mythology. List...
- Skaði was worshipped in Old Norse religion. Furthermore, various well-attested deities, such as Odin and Thor, are descendants of the jötnar. This supports...
- Eggcorn False cognate Fossilization (linguistics) Polarity item Words not attested or very rare in English usage. Jocular or facetious coinages as intentional...
- Indo-European cognates outside the Germanic group, too. The noun Yuletide is first attested from around 1475. The word is conjectured in an explicitly pre-Christian...