ETCSLglossingSignSign name: DUgunu (SUḪUŠ)
Values: suḫuš

Ninurta's exploits: a šir-sud (?) to Ninurta (c.1.6.2), line c162.301
dutusilim-mamu-na-an-dug4
utusilimdug4
Utu (DN)to be healthyto say
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Paragraph t162.p22 (line(s) 300-309) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
In the mountains, the day came to an end. The sun bade it farewell. The lord …… his belt and mace in water, he washed the blood from his clothes, the hero wiped his brow, he made a victory-chant over the dead body. When he had brought the Asag which he had slain to the condition of a ship wrecked by a tidal wave, the gods of the Land came to him. Like exhausted wild asses they prostrated themselves before him, and for this lord, because of his proud conduct, for Ninurta, the son of Enlil, they clapped their hands in greeting. The Šar-ur addressed these flattering words { aloud to its master } { (1 ms. has instead:) to Lord Ninurta }:
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