ETCSLglossingSignSign name: DIM2 (GIM)
Values: dim2, ge18, gen7, gim, gin7, šidim

The lament for Sumer and Urim (c.2.2.3), line c223.C.125
nitalam-a-nidnam-ra-atmunussag9-ga-aer2in-še8-še8-e
nitalamnam-ra-atmunussag9er2šeš2
spouseNamrat (DN)womanto be goodtearto weep
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Paragraph t223.p18 (line(s) 123-132) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Kazallu, the city of teeming multitudes, was cast into confusion. Numušda took an unfamiliar path away from the city, his beloved dwelling. His wife Namrat, the beautiful lady, was lamenting bitterly." Alas, the destroyed city, my destroyed house," she cried bitterly. Its river bed was empty, no water flowed. Like a river cursed by Enki its opening channel was dammed up. On the fields fine grains grew no more, people had nothing to eat. The orchards were scorched like an oven, its open country was scattered. The four-legged wild animals did not run about. The four-legged creatures of Šakkan could find no rest.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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