ETCSLglossingSignSignSign name: SAL.KU (MUNUS.KU)
Values: nin9

The lament for Urim (c.2.2.2), line c222.K.237
nin-gal-emušenni2te-a-gin7uru2-niba-ra-e3
nin-galmušenni2teiri (ES: uru2)e3
Ningal (DN)birdfear(someness)to approachtownto go out or in
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Paragraph t222.p41 (line(s) 230-240) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The Land's judgment disappeared -- the people groan. The Land's counsel was swallowed by a swamp -- the people groan. The mother absconded before her child's eyes -- the people groan. The father turned away from his child -- the people groan. In the city the wife was abandoned, the child was abandoned, possessions were scattered about. The black-headed people were carried off from their strongholds. Its queen like a bird in fright departed from her city. Ningal like a bird in fright departed from her city. All the treasures accumulated in the Land were defiled. In all the storehouses abounding in the Land fires were kindled. In its ponds Gibil, the purifier, relentlessly did his work.
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