ETCSLglossingSignSign name: URU×GA (ŠAKIR3)
Values: šakir3

A šir-gida to Ninisina (Ninisina A) (c.4.22.1), line c4221.76
ĝišigniĝin3-ĝar-ra-ke4šuus2-u3-de3UMkira-ra-de3
igniĝin3-ĝaršuus2UMkira
doorNiĝin-ĝar (TN)handto be adjacentUMplaceto beat
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Paragraph t4221.p8 (line(s) 74-82) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
To create offspring for thousands of young women, to make things in order like a potter, to cut the umbilical cord, to determine destinies, to place a hand on the door of the Niĝin-ĝar (a part of Ninisina's temple at Isin), ……, to let the human child scream loud and long after it is received in the embrace, to turn its belly downwards and to turn it upside down, to …… the office of Mistress, to treat it quickly, to wash …… -- after she has made all these great divine powers appear gloriously, and my lady has spoken praise …… in addition, Ninisina praises herself fittingly:
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