ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: ŠE.ḪU.TUR (UZ.TUR)
Values: bibad

Enlil and Sud (c.1.2.2), line c122.1.A.17
dsud3-eden-lil2-raa2nam-tur-ra-tainimmu-na-ni-ib-gi4-gi4
sud3en-lil2a2nam-turinimgi4
Sud (DN)Enlil (DN)armsmallnesswordto return
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Paragraph t122.p2 (line(s) 9-26) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
At that time Enlil had not yet been given a wife in the E-kur; Ninlil's name was not yet famous in the Ki-ur. After travelling through Sumer and to the ends of the universe, he ……; in his search throughout the Land, Enlil, the Great Mountain, stopped at Ereš. As he looked around there, he found the woman of his choice. He approached her and, overflowing with joy, engaged her in conversation: "I will make you perfect in a queen's dress; after standing in the street, you will be ……. How impressed I am by your beauty, even if you are a shameless person!" In her youthful inexperience Sud answered Enlil: "If I want to stand proudly at our gate, who dares to give me a bad reputation? What are your intentions? Why have you come here? …… from my sight!" Others (?) had already tried to deceive ……, and made her (?) angry. Enlil …… answered Sud, …… standing closer to her: "Come, I want to speak to you! I will have a talk with you about your becoming my wife. Kiss me, my lady of most beautiful eyes -- the matter rests in your hands." But the words had barely left his mouth when, right in front of him, she went into the house.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

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