By Martha T. Roth

ISBN-10: 0918986095

ISBN-13: 9780918986092

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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Sir = da-ad-du (between sole and "middle part") Hh. XI 131. dadmi s. pl. tantum; the inhabited world (settlements and inhabitants); from OB on; oblique case dadmi (OB, rarely SB) and dadm8, note da-ad-ma BBSt. No. , e. , Lie Sar. , e. , VAS 10 215:23 (OB), Schollmeyer No. 16 i 32. Lie Sar. 334; GN u ... ), cf. URV GN adi naphar da-dd-me- u kima til abubi u'abbit ibid. ), cf. ibid. 24 i 17; mddte da-ad-me-S4 ina 1A Izi assarap I burned down many of his settlements STT 43:51 (Shalm. ); mueribat mihirti da-dd-me abul kari (I called) the quay gate "It-Brings-in-theProducts-of-all-Inhabited-Regions" OIP 2 place it stood on) Borger Esarh.

DIN; cf. dalu B. 126 xxviii 15 (Rimusi); atka i ta-i-il-Sa hasten toward her! VAS 10 214 vi 35 (OB Agusaja); allikam da-i6-ka I came to you (to fight you) RA 46 94:9 (OB Epic of Zu), cf. allika x-x-ka STT 1 21:47, and allika ad-i§-[ka] ibid. 19:47 (SB Epic of Zu). ; one who performs the threshing of barley; OB*; cf. ddu. 338; before LU. u Hh. ] Ai. IV i 69. and Borger Esarh. 106 iii 18. teans, those who returned reported as follows ABL 424:7, cf. ABL 444 r. se. a) referring to persons: see Hh. II, in lex.

3:15 (Adn. ); ba'ulati (var. e) da-dd-me nakiri u sabi~ hurlSni la kanuti (var. paz ruti) ... kulme u aqqullati parzilli uga( uZs niti I had men (prisoners) from enemy regions and (captured) unmanageable mountaineers wield mattocks and pickaxes of iron RT 15 149:3, var. from dupl. OIP 2 126 a 3f. ); epi klullat da-dd-me (Assur) who 2* katim grows old ZA 5 79:28; eli da-dd-me i-di-lu [... ] (the Seven) locked (the gates) upon the cf. settlements Bab. 12 pl. 7:18 (SB Etana), Si-bi-ta ba-bu ud-du-lu e-lu da-ap-nim (emend to da-ad-mi) ibid.

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