ETCSLglossingSignSign name: ONE.EŠE3 (EŠE3 and AŠ+U)
Values: eše3

A hymn to Nanše (Nanše A) (c.4.14.1), line c4141.2
niĝin6kiirikina-namme-bina-pad3-de3
niĝin6irimemepad3
Niĝin (SN)townto beessenceto find
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Paragraph t4141.p1 (line(s) 1-9) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
There is a city, there is a city whose powers are apparent. Niĝin is the city whose powers are apparent. The holy city is the city whose powers are apparent. The mountain rising from the water is the city whose powers are apparent. Its light rises over the secure temple; its fate is determined. There is perfection in the city; the rites of Mother Nanše are performed accordingly. Its lady, the child born in Eridug, Nanše, the lady of the precious divine powers, is now to return.
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