Assyrian cuneiform U1227A MesZL 464 or U12450 MesZL 465.svg
𒉺 U+1227A, 𒉺
CUNEIFORM SIGN PA
𒉹
[U+12279]
Cuneiform 𒉻
[U+1227B]

TranslingualEdit

Cuneiform signEdit

𒉺 Sign Number
MZL 464
Deimel 295
HZL 174
Components
𒋰, 𒁹

ReferencesEdit

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

AkkadianEdit

Sign valuesEdit

Sign 𒉺
Sumerograms GIDRU, LUG₂, LU₉, PA, SIG₃, UGULA, ḪENDUR
Phonetic values pa, ḫad/ḫat/ḫaṭ

Etymology 1Edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian 𒉺 (g̃idru, sceptre).

LogogramEdit

𒉺 (GIDRU)

  1. Sumerogram of ḫaṭṭum (sceptre)

Etymology 2Edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian 𒉺 (pa, branch; wing; top).

LogogramEdit

𒉺 (PA)

  1. Sumerogram of arum (branch)
  2. Sumerogram of kappum (wing)
  3. Sumerogram of waklum (overseer)

Etymology 3Edit

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian 𒉺 (sig₃, sag₃ /sag/, to strike)

LogogramEdit

𒉺 (SIG₃)

  1. Sumerogram of maḫāṣum (to strike)

SumerianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Alternative forms of
/g̃idru/
𒄑𒉺 (g̃ešg̃idru)

NounEdit

𒉺 (g̃idru)

  1. sceptre
  2. measuring stick

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

𒉺 (pa)

  1. branch, stick
  2. wing, feathers
  3. top

Etymology 3Edit

VerbEdit

𒉺 (sig₃, sag₃ /sag/)

  1. to beat upon, strike, fell
  2. to make tremble, quake

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • 𒉺 (g̃idru)” in ePSD2
  • 𒉺 (pa)” in ePSD2
  • 𒉺 (sag)” in ePSD2