ETCSLglossingSignSign name: AK (AG)
Values: ag, ak, ša5

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.C.46
a-še-er-zugig-gadnannamu-luer2-reen3-še3mu-un-kuš2-u3
a-nir (ES: a-še-er)gignannalu2 (ES: mu-lu)er2en3-še3kuš2
lamentto be illNanna (DN)persontearhow longto be tired
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Paragraph t222.p8 (line(s) 39-46) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
O city, the lament is bitter, the lament made for you. Your lament is bitter, O city, the lament made for you. In his righteous destroyed city its lament is bitter. In his righteous destroyed Urim, the lament is bitter, the lament made for you. Your lament is bitter, O city, the lament made for you. In his destroyed Urim its lament is bitter. How long will your bitter lament grieve your lord who weeps? How long will your bitter lament grieve Nanna who weeps?
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