ETCSLglossingSignSign name: PAP
Values: kur2, pa4, pap

The lament for Sumer and Urim (c.2.2.3), line c223.I.486
udki-en-gi-raba-e-zal-lakur-reḫe2-eb-zal
UDKI-EN-GI-RABA-E-ZAL-LAKUR-REḫE2-EB-ZAL
udki-en-gizalkurzal
stormSumer (GN)to pass(mountain) landto pass
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Paragraph t223.p60 (line(s) 483-492) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
O bitter storm, retreat, O storm, storm return to your home. O storm that destroys cities, retreat, O storm, storm return to your home. O storm that destroys houses, retreat, O storm, storm return to your home. Indeed the storm that blew on Sumer, blew also on the foreign lands. Indeed the storm that blew on the land, blew on the foreign lands. It has blown on Tidnum, it has blown on the foreign lands. It has blown on Gutium, it has blown on the foreign lands. It has blown on Anšan, it has blown on the foreign lands. It levelled Anšan like a blowing evil wind. Famine has overwhelmed the evildoer; those people will have to submit.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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