|ETCSLtranslation : t.188.8.131.52|
1-3. Hero, mightiest of the Anuna gods, who comes forth from the E-kur! Ninurta, Lord Nunamnir created you like a great storm ......, he commanded you to achieve triumphs for him.
5-11. For you Nintur has opened wide her creative hands; she has breast-fed you from her sweet breasts; she has fed you with the milk of vigour. As if you were a spectacular wild bull, she has made your figure strong (?), she has made your limbs massive. She has fitted you out with ...... appearance, awesome radiance and heroism. Your mother, Nintur, held you by the right wrist as she led you before your father in E-kur, the august shrine. Then she said: "Decide a great fate for the son who is your avenger!"
13-15. Enlil looked at him with joy and decided his fate: "Uta-ulu, may your name be exalted throughout the extent of heaven and earth. Your awesome radiance will make all the great gods tremble with fear."
16. 2nd barsud.
17-23. "Your roaring and commands make all the foreign countries submit. Your frightening look makes all enemies tremble! Uta-ulu, when like all the evil winds you rise to ...... like Gibil, the lord of ......, the hero;
25-26. ......, make ...... hostile to him bow down for Lipit-Ectar, the son of Enlil!
27. Jicgijal of the sa-gida.
42. May the shepherd, the expert, most wise in leading, guide the people for you!
44. Great hero, when for prince Lipit-Ectar you reduce to heaps the rebellious lands which are insubordinate to him, may ......!
45. Jicgijal of the sa-jara.
46-49. Lord, mighty flood which tears out the roots of the enemy! Ninurta, mighty flood which tears out the roots of the enemy, may you put a weapon into the mighty hands of prince Lipit-Ectar which will snap his enemies in two as if they were reeds!
50. Its uru.
51. An adab of Ninurta.
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