Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the by Martha T. Roth

By Martha T. Roth

Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity nine, L edited by means of Martha T Roth xx + 259p (Oriental Institute, 1973)

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Gum-[ma] turns into 1. for him Labat tannima assassu u,-lab-bi-siU (the enemy) stripped me of my garment and clothed his wife (with it) PSBA 17 pl. la ha. ta AA su TDP 144:46; summa ... un : lu-sd-al-bi-is-su SBH 76 No. 43 r. mu4 : subdta u-lab-ba-[as] Ai. VI iii 20. mu4 : subdssu il-lab-bi' she will dress herself in the garment (provided by) him Hh. I 362. , to Tablet XLV). ). ; 1. to put on clothing, 2. to clothe oneself, to provide for one's own clothing (litbusu), 3. to provide somebody with clothing, to cover a person with a garment, to clothe a (magic) figurine (litbuWu, lubbusu, sulbuku), 4.

Fitted out; NA, NB; cf. The name "brick maker" fits a kind of labdsu. wasp that makes its nest of (dried) mud. ; like a lion; SB; cf. MES 8a PN nassanni six fitted-out labbu s. ) men whom PN brought ADD 696:1, cf. MES ibid. 5, also (grand total) 14 lab-ba-si-te ibid. r. 3; bit PN LU la-ab-ba-sa anger of my heart I set in motion the mighty armies of Asur, and, raging like a lion, set VAS 15 43:5 (NB). It is uncertain whether the ref. from the out to conquer those lands Winckler Sar. pl. 31:40, cf.

6, kala la-bis put the garments on, the servants of my lord had nothing to clothe themselves in ARM 2 ibid. , cf. , cf. u-[la-bi-su]-nu-ti istu il-ta-ab-8u ina till&ga lab-sd-tu AAA 22 46 iii 2, also ibid. ibid. 28; sarrumlulumtam il-ta-ba-as the king 44 ii 19, and passim in this text. BA il 5-ta-ba-as ARM 10 91 r. 4; lubdsa ga-a-ti be clothed in awesomeness VAS 10 li-il-ta-bi-[is] BE 17 34:36 (MB); al-tab-bis-ma 214 r. KAM lab-4U clad TUG sdma in everyday dress AMT 2,5:3, la-bis namurrat Bollenriicher Nergal p.

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