One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A name given to the official language used in Hittite documents; = "Kanesian".
2A member of the Hittite people who used this language.
1930s; earliest use found in Edgar Sturtevant (1875–1952). From French Nésite (B. Hrozný 1929: see below) from Nesa, the name of an ancient Hittite city in Asia Minor + -ite, after Hittite našili language of Nesa, nešumnili language of those of Nesa.
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