By Martha T. Roth
The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary used to be conceived to supply greater than lexical details on my own, greater than a one-to-one an identical among Akkadian and English phrases. by way of proposing every one be aware in a significant context, frequently with an entire and idiomatic translation, it recreates the cultural milieu and hence in lots of methods assumes the functionality of an encyclopedia. Its resource fabric levels in time from the 3rd millennium BC to the 1st century advert, and in geographic quarter from the Mediterranean Sea within the west to the Zagros Mountains within the east. The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary has turn into a useful resource for the examine of the civilisations of the traditional close to East, their political and cultural historical past, their achievements within the sciences of medication, astronomy, arithmetic, and linguistics, and never least the undying fantastic thing about their poetry.
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16; Summa inaMURUB 4 Eer imittiubdni kakku akinma if there is a "weapon-mark" in the middle of the right "back" of the "finger" (of the lung) CT 31 20 r. 15, also BRM 4 12:42, CT d) of parts of the exta - 1' in the dual: umma martum . qd-ab-la-a-a nasha if the middle of the gall bladder is "torn out" YOS 10 31 v 22, vi 19, of. ibid. iii 2, 51, iv 20; Summa naplastum qd-ab-la-apaSta ibid. 17:65; [kak] imittim ... palla ibid. ); note ina MURUB 4 -iii KAR (= ekim) (with explana- [q]d-ab-la-u umma MURUB 4 tion) KAR ekemu e[teru ...
806 r. 13, cf. (in broken context) ADD 868:1, 897:13, MURUB 4 URUDU ADD 868:5. 5. nid qabli (a mode of tuning): see nidu mng. 7. ] x ili a ina qab-lim u ta-ha-zi dapni iz[zazzu] [.. ] of the gods who aggressively takes a stand in warfare BA 10/1 98 No. ; [.. tukul mu. gA : [. ] ir-td a ina qab-lim Ad mng. 2a-3': Oppenheim, Or. ; Landsberger Brief n. 145. gen. 8482:12f. ; (a piece of apparel covering the hips or to wear around the waist); wr. syll. and §a MURUB 4 ; RS, MA, NB. TUiG ~d MURUB 4 [..
D-dA-mu] = qd-ab-lum An VIII 27; ld-d-mu = qab-lu (between synonyms for tdhazu and Malku III 5; ap-luh-tum = qab-lum CT 18 10 iii 50; dir-dir-ru, id-dS-mu, a-na-an-tu, tu-qu-un-tu, telu-u, d4-ga-gu, d-gu-gu, sah-mal-tu, ip-pi-ru, a-dam-mu-u, tam-ha-ru, ka--u-Ju, a-li-tu, gd-ga- 11 (NB), TUG Sd MURUB 4 qab-lu ibid. Camb. 321:13, AfO 17 274:43 (MA Nbk. 183:7, harem edicts). made of precious metal: 4R 24 No. AEN u Mi iddikkum (Itar) gave you battle and combat LIH 60 i 17 (= CT 21 40, Hammurapi); [dMu.
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of University of Chicago by Martha T. Roth