π’‚—

Assyrian cuneiform U12097 MesZL 164.svg
π’‚— U+12097, 𒂗
CUNEIFORM SIGN EN
← π’‚–
[U+12096]
Cuneiform π’‚˜ β†’
[U+12098]

TranslingualEdit

Glyph originEdit

Β 
Cuneiform sign "EN", for "Lord" or "Master": evolution from the pictograph of a throne circa 3000 BCE, followed by simplification and rotation down to circa 600 BCE.[1]

Cuneiform signEdit

π’‚— Sign Number
MZL 164
Deimel 99
HZL 40

Derived signsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ β€œSite officiel du musΓ©e du Louvre”, in (please provide the title of the work)β€Ž[1], (please provide a date or year)
Β 
English Wikipedia has an article on:
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  • R. Borger, Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon (MZL), MΓΌnster (2003)
  • A. Deimel, Ε umerisches Lexikon (Deimel), Rome (1947)
  • Chr. RΓΌster, E. Neu, Hethitisches Zeichenlexikon (HZL), Wiesbaden (1989)

AkkadianEdit

Sign valuesEdit

Sign π’‚—
Sumerograms EN
PhoneticΒ values en

Etymology 1Edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian π’‚— (en, β€œlord”).

LogogramEdit

π’‚— β€’ (EN)

  1. Sumerogram of bΔ“lum (β€œlord, owner”)
  2. Sumerogram of Δ“num (β€œlord”)

Etymology 2Edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian π’‚— (en /enna/, β€œuntil”)

LogogramEdit

π’‚— β€’ (EN)

  1. Sumerogram of adi (β€œuntil”)

SumerianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

ConjunctionEdit

π’‚— β€’ (en /enna/)

  1. Alternative spelling of π’‚—π’ˆΎ (en-na /enna/, β€œuntil”)

Etymology 2Edit

β€œlord”
Emegir
π’‚— (en)
Emesal

NounEdit

π’‚— β€’ (en)

  1. lord
Related termsEdit
DescendantsEdit
  • β†’ Akkadian: π’‚— (Δ“num)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • β€œπ’‚— (en)” in ePSD2