ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: GAD.TAK4.SI (AKKIL and GAD.KID2.SI)
Values: akkil

Proverbs: collection 2 + 6 (c.6.1.02), line c6102.A.2.69.120
ĝa2-nuunugkiga-rašsar-gin7zu2ga-am3-gaz-e-en-de3-en
ĝenunugga-rašzu2gaz
to goUnug (SN)leektoothto strike (dead)
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Paragraph t6102.p73 (line(s) 119-126) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The fox said to his wife: "Come! Let us crush Unug between our teeth like a leek; let us strap Kulaba on our feet like sandals!" Before they had yet come within a distance of 600 uš from the city, the dogs began to howl from the city. -- "Geme-Tummal! Geme-Tummal! Come with me to your place! Wicked things are howling at us from the city!"
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