ETCSLglossingSignSign name: GA2×TAK4 (DAN3 and GA2×KID2)
Values: dan3

A hymn to Nisaba (Nisaba A) (c.4.16.1), line c4161.1.55
guru7-du6guru7-maš-aguru7gu2gurḫe2-me-en
GUR7-LAGARGUNU (DU6)GUR7-MAš-AGUR7GU2GURḫE2-ME-EN
guru7-du6guru7-mašguru7gu2gurme
type of grain heaptype of grain heap(grain) heapneckto turnto be
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Paragraph t4161.p7 (line(s) 51-55) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
"O Nisaba, good woman, fair woman, woman born { in the mountains } { (1 ms. has instead:) by the mountains }! Nisaba, may you be the butter in the cattle-pen, may you be the cream in the sheepfold, may you be keeper of the seal in the treasury, may you be a good steward in the palace, may you be a heaper up of grain among the grain piles and in the grain stores!"
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