ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LUL
Values: ka5, lib, lu5, lub, lul, nar, paḫ, šatam

A tigi to Enki for Ur-Ninurta (Ur-Ninurta B) (c.2.5.6.2), line c2562.A.2
den-kiĝeštug2daĝalmas-sumaḫda-nun-na-ke4-ne
en-kiĝeštug2daĝalmas-sumaḫa-nun-na
Enki (DN)earto be wideleaderto be majesticAnuna (DN)
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Lord of complex divine powers, who establishes umderstanding, whose intentions are unfathomable, who knows everything! Enki, of broad wisdom, august ruler of the Anuna, wise one who casts spells, who provides words, who attends to decisions, who clarifies verdicts, who dispenses advice from dawn to dusk! Enki, lord of all true words, I will praise you. Your father, An the king, the lord who caused human seed to come forth and who placed all mankind on the earth, has laid upon you the guarding of the divine powers of heaven and earth, and has elevated you to be their prince. An, king of the gods, has instructed you to keep open the holy mouths of the Tigris and Euphrates, to fill them with splendour, to make the dense clouds release plentiful water and make them rain all over the fields, to make Ezina lift her head in the furrows, to make vegetation …… in the desert, and to make orchards and gardens ripe with syrup and vines grow as tall as forests.
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