Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the by Martha T. Roth

By Martha T. Roth

Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity thirteen, Q edited via Martha T Roth xxiv + 332p (Oriental Institute, 1982)

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ME well-being of his city, its walls, (and) gates nukkusu which were slaughtered at the gates KAH 2 99:5 (Shalm. III); YOS 7 143:4, cf. ibid. edu babu A ld babu A ld ordered that this gate should open toward and passim in NB Nippur texts; inaba-ab DINGIR We-er-tim (var. omits DINGIR) AOB 1 8 No. 2 ii 10 (Ilusuma); ba-ab (var. ME AKA 8 r. 1 (Adn. ; the sunrise, facing east OIP 2 145:14, cf. KAsu peti ana siiti ibid. ); ana uime sate ina KA-su-nu azqup kidinnu I set up forever the kidinnu-symbol at their (the istu sippi ali el sa KA Ea-sarruadi sippi ali saple sa KA dIdiglat from the edge of the Upper City at the DN Gate to the edge of the inhabitants' of Assur) city gate Borger Esarh.

249 r. 6 (NB); ina KA-tid (in mng. NI for bdb ekalli); cf. babanu, sa 30 6,15 BE IGI 7 B[E s] f ACT No. 813 i 7, baband,babu A in rab babi, babu A in sa bab and passim in this phrase in ACT, see index p. 470. ekalli, babu A in ga babi, babu A in sa muhhi The three meanings of babtu have been babi, gagi in 6a bab gagi. a is used for mng. 1 as well as mng. 2, and a semantic relationship between mng. 2 and mng. 3 can well be suggested leading from "outstanding delivery" in administrative relations and "outstanding payment" in private (mng.

10); E kari KA ma-la-hu (for rent) BE 9 54:1 (NB). city gate) TuM 2-3 42:3 (NB), cf. SAR ana nis ilim PN iddinu they sent PN to the Garden garrisons) so that no one could leave (the Gate to take the oath PBS 7 7:20 (OB), for country GN) Lie Sar. 219; KA-ma ki aptu nakra the city quarter Bab Kiri in NB texts, see mng. GAL ki'am lizkuru ki useri[bu] I opened the gate, let in the enemy KAR 71 r. 21; ina ba-ba-at ali ina CT 29 42:12, cf. MAH ... itma CT 2 46:15; they agreed ina KA dUTU labirutim CT 4 47a:15, cf.

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