ETCSLglossingSignSign name: IDIM
Values: idim

A hymn to Inana (Inana C) (c.4.07.3), line c4073.12
murša4-a-nida-nun-nagidili-gin7saĝmu-da-ab-sag3-sag3-ge-ne
murša4a-nun-nagidilisaĝsag3
growlverb part of multiword verbAnuna (DN)reedsingleheadto beat
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Paragraph t4073.p2 (line(s) 11-17) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
At her loud cries, the gods of the Land become scared. Her roaring makes the Anuna gods tremble like a solitary reed. At her rumbling, they hide all together. Without Inana great An makes no decisions, and Enlil determines no destinies. Who opposes the mistress who raises her head and is supreme over the mountains? Wherever she ……, cities become ruin mounds and haunted places, and shrines become waste land. When her wrath makes people tremble, the burning sensation and the distress she causes are like an ulu demon ensnaring a man.
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