ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: U.GA (UTU2)
Values: utaḫ

The Flood story (c.1.7.4), line c174.A.3
dnin-tur5-raniĝ2-dim2-dim2-ma-ĝu10sig10-sig10-bi-aga-ba-ni-ib-gi4-gi4
DIĝIR-NIN-TUR5-RANIĝ2-DIM2-DIM2-MA-ĝU10SIG10-SIG10-BI-AGA-BA-NI-IB-GI4-GI4
nin-tur5niĝ2-dim2-masig10gi4
Nintur (DN)creatureto placeto return
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Paragraph t174.p1 (line(s) 1-10) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
…… sets up ……." I will …… the perishing of my mankind; for Nintur, I will stop the annihilation of my creatures, and I will return the people from their dwelling grounds. Let them build many cities so that I can refresh myself in their shade. Let them lay the bricks of many cities in pure places, let them establish places of divination in pure places, and when the fire-quenching …… is arranged, the divine rites and exalted powers are perfected and the earth is irrigated, I will establish well-being there."
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