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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Nbn. 25:2, cf. SAR 8:56, GCCI 2 366:8, Nbn. 136:10. DUGUD, IDIM; kabdtu. dugud = bil-tum ka-bit-tum Hh. ) da-as-su GcN-an Izi Bogh. lum = alim = MIN Emesal Voc. II 22f. GUR]. SAR epu, ib-r[i.. ] ibnd salam ibridu cf. edu kabtu kabtu IDIM = ka-ab-tu Proto-Izi Akk. ; re-diml BAD = ki-d[i-in-nu], kab-tu Idu II 170f. )-tum A 1/2:26, cf. also MSL 9 133:507. a-li-im ALIM = kab-tu Idu II 375, also Lu Excerpt II 229, Igituh I 257, Sa Voc. K 29, Sb 1 46, Proto-Izi d 4. sa-ag SAG = kab-tu Idu I 113; sag (var.

Said of the eyebrows) ibid. 11; er'dn §gpiu kabba-ru the tendons of his legs are thick K6cher BAM 124 i 9, dupl. AAL kab-bar-ta qaliptu ... ina ITI Abi naksu the wood that you burn in the lower part of the kiln (should be) a thick, peeled poplar cut in the month of Abu Oppenheim Glass Introduction 10 and dupl. : Sdrat qaqqadi ka-ab-bar if he has a thick growth of hair on his head Kraus Texte 3b ii 61, also ibid. 2b r. ) and thick on his chin ibid. 12c iii 12; libbi kab-ba-ra-a piritti ftan[ni] fear has weakened my robust heart Lambert BWL qdt sammi sakin ...

Ka-bat-ti STC 2 pl. ] VAS 1 37 iii 31, kab-ta-ti Lie Sar. 374; linh kab-t[a-at]-ka KAR 58 r. , 8. kubbutu to extinguish a fire, 9. kutabbutu to be honored (passive to mng. 6), 10. kutabbutu ukbutu to underline (uncert. ), 11. the importance of, to make heavy; from OA, OB on; I ikbit-ikabbit-kabit,1/2, II, 1/2, 11/3 (perfect uktetebbit EA 29:23, 32), III, IV; wr. syll. g. TCL 3 148) and DUGUD; cf. , kabtitu, kibittu, kubdtu, *kubbuttu, kubbutu, kubtu, kubuttl, mukabbitu, nakbatu, takbittu. texts is reflected in that of libbu (rarely kardu) and kabattu in Akk.

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