ṣuḫārtum

AkkadianEdit

Root
ṣ-ḫ-r
4 terms

EtymologyEdit

From 𒍪𒄩𒊒𒌝 (ṣuḫārum, male child) +‎ -𒌈 (-tum, feminine suffix).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ṣuḫārtum f (construct state ṣuḫārti, pronominal state ṣuḫārta, plural ṣuḫārātum)

  1. young woman, female child, adolescent
  2. female servant
    𒀀𒁲𒉌 𒍪𒄩𒅈𒋫𒅗 𒌑𒌌 𒀜𒊒𒁕𒀝𒄣
    a-di-ni ṣu-ḫa-ar-ta-ka u₂-ul aṭ-ru-da-ak-kum
    /adīni ṣuḫārtaka ul aṭrudakkum/
    I have/had not yet sent your female servant to you.

InflectionEdit

Declension
singular dual plural
Nominative ṣuḫārtum ṣuḫārtān ṣuḫārātum
Genitive ṣuḫārtim ṣuḫārtīn ṣuḫārātim
Accusative ṣuḫārtam ṣuḫārtīn ṣuḫārātim
Construct state ṣuḫārti
This table gives Old Babylonian inflection. Not all of the entries may be attested.

Alternative formsEdit

ṣuḫārtu (non-mimated form)

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