The Phrygian word ΙΑΝΑΤΕΡΑ
i a n a t e r a
Transliteration ianatera
Meaning husband’s brother’s wife
See also Greek: ἐνάτηρ ‘husband’s brother’s wife’
Greek: εἰνατέρες ‘husband’s brother’s wife’
Proto-Indo-European: *i̯énǝter- ‘husband’s brother’s wife’

Other words that might be of interest
ΑΝΑΡ ‘man, husband’, ΚΝΑΙΚΑ ‘woman’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΕ ‘brother’, ΖΕΜΕΛΩΣ ‘man, human being’, ΠΑΤΗΡ ‘father’, ΓΕΛΑΡΟΣ ‘sister in law’, ΟΡΟΥΑΝ ‘guardian, warden, father’, ΠΕΝΘΕΡΩ ‘father in law’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΑΙΣ ‘brother’, ΟΥΕΛΑ- ‘family, relatives’, ΟΡΟΥΕΝΑΝ ‘father’, ΒΟΝΟΚ- ‘woman, wife’, ΖΕΙΡΑ ‘hand, children, living’, ΕΡΟΚΑ ‘progeny, family’, ΚΟΡΟΑΝ ‘girl’, ↑ΙΡΑJ ‘living, children’