ETCSLglossingSignSign name: KA
Values: du11, dug4, ga14, giri17, gu3, inim, ka, kir4, pi4, su11, šudx, zu2, zuḫ

The lament for Unug (c.2.2.5), line c225.A.A.11
da-ru-rudsuenden-ki-bime-dim2-biba-an-ak-eš-a
a-ru-rusuenen-kime-dim2ak
Aruru (DN)Suen (DN)Enki (DN)articulationto do
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Paragraph t225.p3 (line(s) 9-14) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
When together An and Enlil had created it, that one resembled ……. When Ninlil had given it features, that one was fit for ……. When together Aruru, Suen and Enki had fashioned its limbs, that one turned pitch black, as at night, halfway through the watch, ……. All the great gods paled at its immensity and …… was brought about. Like a great wild bull which bellows mightily, that one filled the world with its roar.
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

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