17991.
Weiss (Michael): An Italo-Celtic divinity and a common Sabellic sound change.
In ClAnt 36/2 (Oct. 2017), pp. 370–389.
Argues Lat. theonym Sēmō is connected to a Proto-Celtic *Segomū (> Gaul. Segomoni, Og. segamanas, OIr. (Nia) Segamon), positing a Proto-Italo-Celtic *seĝhomōn- ‘strong one,' ‘strongman’ (< PIE * √seĝh- ‘hold firmly,' etc.).

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