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PN EA 17:19 (let. of Tusratta). [GAM] = [Su-kurrum], da-i-mu (var. KAK = ID-'-i-mu, ub-ri = Su-kur-ru, ID-'-u-mu) Diri II 159ff. da-i-mu = Su-kur-ru An VIII 60, also Malku III 21. b) in MA: if somebody enters a man's house and kills somebody, [ana bel bite] dai-ka-nu-te [iddunu] they will hand over the murderers to the owner of the house KAV 1 i 100 (Ass. Code § 10). c) in NB: d-ic-ut LT da-i-ka-ni-e Sa mar Babili ... enna add 2 LU Hindar ... ; judgeship; NA*; cf. ddnu. Sangissu lihSuhma [...
La a-da-gal for four months has the king been gone (from the palace), how should I not be distressed that I cannot see the king continually? ABL 80 r. 8, cf. ibid. ), and see MAD 3 109 for names of this type; see, for the type DN-lidgul, Stamm Namengebung 166, for DN-kena-dugul ibid. 173, for Dagil-ili(ili) ibid. 250, and for La-ddgilili ibid. 250 (NA); note Ru-uq-da-ga-al-DINGIR God-Sees-Far MDP 28 414:4, 7 and edge. 2' without object: du-gul ibri matu ki iba[S]i look down, my friend, how does the land appear?
69. The etymology of daddaru supports the indication in the historical texts that it refers to some type of thorny plant. , the sequence in which the Uruanna passage appears (both in lex. section), and the use of the word in the literary texts shows that it refers to a bad tasting (note the Sum. correspondence in Hg. and AJSL 28, in lex. section) or ill smelling plant. It is not known gu-kin HI X KIN = da-a[d-me] Ea V 100, also A V/2:122 and Sb I 36, for var. gu-kin, see MSL 5 191; gu-kin LABAGXKIN = ki-Sd-tum, da-ad(var.