By Martha T. Roth
The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary used to be conceived to supply greater than lexical details by myself, greater than a one-to-one an identical among Akkadian and English phrases. via proposing every one observe 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 sector from the Mediterranean Sea within the west to the Zagros Mountains within the east. The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary has develop into a useful resource for the research of the civilisations of the traditional close to East, their political and cultural historical past, their achievements within the sciences of drugs, astronomy, arithmetic, and linguistics, and never least the undying great thing about their poetry.
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U§. MAH dAni u Antum RAcc. MAH (NB). ; (a tree); Nuzi*; Hurr. word. ). Lacheman apud Starr Nuzi 1 535 (listed as name of a tree). galpurhu see galburhu. ; (mng. ); Ur III*; Akk. lw. in Sum. du one g. ig-Kizilyay-Salonen Puzrig-Daganlamb .... um one suckling g. lamb ibid. ). ; (a preparation of cereals); Nuzi; Hurr. word; wr. gal-te-ni-wa-al HSS 9 44:7, GAR-al-ti-ni-wa HSS 13 122:19. narkabtaimu la mahri ga-lit-ta(var. -turn) irkab he mounted the terrifying chariot (drawn by) the irresistible storm-demons En.
7:12 (SB wisdom); URU A-5ur-na-8ih(! LA Assur-Drives- (Bezold Glossar 97b); see guls gallulu see *gullulu adj. ; chief singer of dirges (in a temple); from OB on; Sum. ; wr. syll. MAH; cf. galauss , kali. RA [lu] 1U. DINGIR. TA. BA [lu] dLUGAL. AMA. mah = u-hu (var. zu ... ) greatness OECT 6 pi. 3228 r. 6f. ME§ u ana gal-te- ni-wa (barley) for the oxen and for g. HSS 13 72:7 (translit. KU. MAH Anunitum PBS 7 101:18, 107:16, LIH 91:5 and r. 5 (all letters), cf. MAH CT 4 12a:24, also CT 4 15c:13, YOS 5 163:18, VAS 13 80 r.
6 MAD 1 No. 241:5), Hussey Sumerian Tablets 1 18 viii 2', RTC 95 r. Damu, the chief kinda-barTCL 15 pl. , also ibid. 28:66f. The evidence (from vocabularies and literary texts) shows that in the Sumerian period five types of specialized craftsmen (male and female) shared among them the functions (private quarters) SAKI 130 ix 13, Gudea Cyl. kinda(wr. vRI) dNu. kam DN of the harem ber 136a ii 11 f. , translit. only); Ga-la-bi TCL 5 6039 vi 24 (Ur III); Gal-la-bi ibid. I Camb. 325:5, and passim in NB; cf.