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TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

๐’Œ“ Cuneiform sign UD

  • Borger (2003): 596
  • Borger (1981):
  • HZL: 316
phonetic values
  • Sumerian: UD
  • Akkadian: ud, ut, uแนญ, แธฅiลก, par, per, tam, u4
  • Hittite:
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ReferencesEdit

Wikipedia

  • R. Borger, Assyrisch-Babylonische Zeichenliste, 2nd ed., Neukirchen-Vluyn (1981)
  • R. Borger, Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon, Mรผnster (2003).
  • Chr. Rรผster, E. Neu, Hethitisches Zeichenlexikon (HZL), Wiesbaden (1989)

AkkadianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *ล›amลก-.

NounEdit

๐’Œ“ โ€Ž(ลกamลกu) [UD]

  1. sun
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Semitic *yawm-.

NounEdit

๐’Œ“ โ€Ž(ลซmu) [UD, Uโ‚„]

  1. day

ReferencesEdit


SumerianEdit

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๐’Œ“

NounEdit

๐’Œ“ โ€Ž(UD)

  1. day
    • ~C17th BCE, The Flood story, Segment D, lines 1-6:
      im-hul-im-hul tum9si-si-ig du3-a-bi tec2-bi i3-sug2-ge-ec
      a-ma-ru ugu kab dug4-ga ba-an-da-ab-ur3-e
      ud 7-am3 ji6 7-am3
      a-ma-ru kalam-ma ba-ur3-ra-ta
      jicma2 gur4-gur4 a gal-la im-hul tuku4-tuku4-a-ta
      dutu i-im-ma-ra-e3 an ki-a ud ja2-ja2
      After the flood had swept over the land, and waves and windstorms had rocked the huge boat for seven days and seven nights, Utu the sun god came out, illuminating heaven and earth.
  2. heat
  3. a fever
  4. summer
  5. sun
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