ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GUR7
Values: guru7

A hymn to Inana as Ninegala (Inana D) (c.4.07.4), line c4074.114
ur2nitalam-zuddumu-zid-da-ke4kušumtag-tag-ge-da-zu-ne
ur2nitalamdumu-zidkušum4tag
rootspouseDumuzid (DN)noun part of multiword verbto touch
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Paragraph t4074.p18 (line(s) 109-115) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
When the servants let the flocks loose, and when cattle and sheep are returned to cow-pen and sheepfold, then, my lady, like the nameless poor, you wear only a single garment. The pearls of a prostitute are placed around your neck, and you are likely to snatch a man from the tavern. As you hasten to the embrace of your spouse Dumuzid, Inana, then the seven paranymphs share the bedchamber with you.
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