ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: A.EDIN.LAL
Values: ummud

Enki and Ninḫursaĝa (c.1.1.1), line c111.58
pu2asis-a-nipu2adug3-gana-nam
pu2asispu2adug3me
(water) holewaterto be bitter(water) holewaterto be goodto be
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Paragraph t111.p14 (line(s) 55-62) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The waters rose up from it into her great basins. Her city drank water aplenty from them. Dilmun drank water aplenty from them. Her pools of salt water indeed became pools of fresh water. Her fields, glebe and furrows indeed produced grain for her. Her city indeed became an emporium on the quay for the Land. Dilmun indeed became an emporium on the quay for the Land. At that moment, on that day, and under that sun, so it indeed happened.
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