ETCSLglossingSignSign name: SUD
Values: su3, sud, sug4

A šir-gida to Ninisina (Ninisina A) (c.4.22.1), line c4221.54
kugdnin-isin2-nasizkurmu-na-ab-be2a-ra-zumu-na-ab-be2
kugnin-isin2-nasizkur2dug4a-ra-zudug4
shiningNinisina (DN)prayerto saysupplicationto say
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Paragraph t4221.p6 (line(s) 52-60) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
That man calls a dream interpreter, wishing to have knowledge of the future. The man for whom the demonic illness has been too great utters pleas to holy Ninisina, utters prayers to her: "My lady, I come to do homage to you!" Then your incantation descends onto the man, and you will treat him like a youth who has a protective deity. Afterwards, when you have stretched out your finger over him, he will himself praise you fittingly and call upon your name favourably!
ePSD = The Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary

Sumerian scribe

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