ETCSLglossingSignSignSignSign name: MAŠ.GU2.GAR3 (IDIGNA)
Values: dalla, idigna

The debate between Winter and Summer (c.5.3.3), line c533.267
za-elu2mar-zai3-me-en-na-gin7lu2ḫu-nuin-ga-me-en
zalu2ĝarza (ES: mar-za)melu2ḫu-nume
you (sg.)personriteto bepersonto be helplessto be
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Paragraph t533.p27 (line(s) 264-273) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Then Summer replied to Winter: "Winter, you should not be so self-important about your superior strength after you have explained the grounds for your bragging. I shall speak about your abode in the city which I shall ……. You seem like a man of office but you are an inept one. Your nets are for the oven-side, hearth and kiln. Like a herdsman or shepherd encumbered by sheep and lambs, helpless people run like sheep from oven-side to kiln, and from kiln to oven-side, in the face of you (?). In sunshine …… you reach decisions, but now in the city people chomp and chew because of you."
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