ETCSLglossingSignSign name: TUR
Values: ban3, banda3, di4, dumu, tur

Inana and Bilulu: an ulila to Inana (c.1.4.4), line c144.83
dumu-niĝir2-ĝir2-elu2dili-am3
dumuĝir2-ĝir2-relu2dili
childĜirĝire (PN)personsingle
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Paragraph t144.p11 (line(s) 81-89) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Then the son of old woman Bilulu, matriarch and her own mistress, -- Ĝirĝire, a man on his own, fit for prospering and a knowledgeable man -- was filling pen and fold with his captured cattle, and was stacking his stacks and piles of grain. He quickly left scattered his victims struck down with the mace. Širru of the haunted desert, no one's child and no one's friend, sat before him and held converse with him.
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