𒀴 U+12034, 𒀴
Cuneiform 𒀵

Translingual edit

Cuneiform sign edit

𒀴 Sign Number
MZL 18
Deimel 50
HZL 16

Derived signs edit

References edit

English Wikipedia has an article on:
  • R. Borger, Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon (MZL), Münster (2003)
  • A. Deimel, Šumerisches Lexikon (Deimel), Rome (1947)
  • Chr. Rüster, E. Neu, Hethitisches Zeichenlexikon (HZL), Wiesbaden (1989)

Akkadian edit

Sign values edit

Sign 𒀴
Sumerograms ARAD, IR₃, NITAḪ₂, NITA₂
Phonetic values er₃/ir₃

Etymology edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian 𒀴 (arad, male servant).

Logogram edit

𒀴 (ARAD, IR₃)

  1. Sumerogram of wardum (male slave)

Alternative forms edit

𒀵 (ARAD₂)

Sumerian edit

Glyph origin edit

This sign represents the evolution of what was originally a drawing of male genitals. See also 𒊩.

Etymology 1 edit

Noun edit

𒀴 (ir₃, arad /arad/)

  1. Alternative form of 𒀵 (arad₂ /⁠arad⁠/)

Etymology 2 edit

Noun edit

𒀴 (nita₂ /nita/)

  1. Alternative form of 𒍑 (nita, male)

References edit

  • 𒀴 (arad)” in ePSD2
  • Jagersma, Bram (2010) A Descriptive Grammar of Sumerian[1] (doctoral thesis), page 17