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𒍑 U+12351, 𒍑
CUNEIFORM SIGN USH
𒍐
[U+12350]
Cuneiform 𒍒
[U+12352]

Contents

TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

𒍑 Cuneiform sign USH

  • Borger (2003): 381
  • Borger (1981):
  • HZL: 132
phonetic values
  • Sumerian: UŠ
  • Akkadian: uš, ús
  • Hittite:
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ReferencesEdit

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

AkkadianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Semitic *ðikar-(man; male; phallus).

NounEdit

𒍑 ‎(zikaru) [NITA]

  1. man
  2. male

Etymology 2Edit

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NounEdit

𒍑 ‎(išaru) [GÌŠ]

  1. penis

ReferencesEdit


SumerianEdit

NounEdit

𒍑 ‎(ĝeš) [GEŠ3]

  1. male
  2. penis
    • Enki and the world order: t.1.1.3, lines 250-254:
      ki-bi-ta igi-ni ĝar-ra-[ta]
      a-a den-ki id2buranun-na nam-mi-in-/il2\-a-ta
      gud du7-du7-gin7 u3-na mu-un-na-gub
      ĝiš3 im-zi-zi dub3 im-nir-/re\
      id2idigna a zal-le im-ma-/an\-[si]
      After he had turned his gaze from there, after Father Enki had lifted his eyes across the Euphrates, he stood up full of lust like a rampant bull, lifted his penis, ejaculated and filled the Tigris with flowing water.