The Linear B word pa-pa-ro
Word pa-pa-ro
pa pa ro
Transliteration paparo
Meaning barbarian, not from pylos
Notes/Remarks The etymology of this word is uncertain

The word itself has many meanings in Greek. 'Barbarian' refers to an uncivilized or boor person. It can also be a foreigner, either from a different tribe or a different nation. In Linear B, it is possibly indicating the existence of a sense of identity distinguishing the people of Pylos from those of other regions.

Other words that might be of interest
ra-ke-da-mi-ni-jo ‘lakedaimonian, spartan’, to-ro-ja ‘trojan woman’, o-ko-me-ne-u ‘ethnonym’, o-du-ru-wi-jo ‘ethnonym, from o-du-ru-we’, e-wi-te-wi-jo ‘ethnonym’, ke-i-jo ‘ethnonym’, a-ra-si-jo ‘ethnonym, from alashiya’, ku-pi-ri-jo ‘ethnonym, from cyprus, cypriote’, ai-ku-pi-ti-jo ‘ethnonym, egyptian’, za-ku-si-jo ‘ethnonym, zakynthian’, ra-ti-jo ‘ethnonym’, i-ja-wo-ne ‘ethnonym, Ionians’, a-i-ti-jo-qo ‘ethnonym, Ethiopian’, mi-sa-ra-jo ‘ethnonym, egyptian’