ETCSLglossingSignSign name: LU
Values: lu, lug, nu12, udu

The debate between Winter and Summer (c.5.3.3), line c533.292
dezina2-eki-sikilsag9-ga-gin7ni2pae3bi2-ak
ezina2ki-sikilsag9ni2pae3ak
Ezina (DN)young womanto be goodselfbranchto go out or into do
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Paragraph t533.p30 (line(s) 288-296) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
Like a great bull Winter raised his head to speak: "Father Enlil, you gave me control of irrigation; you brought plentiful water. I made one meadow adjacent to another and I heaped high the granaries. The grain became thick in the furrows. Ezina came forth in splendour like a beautiful maiden. Summer, a bragging field-administrator who does not know the extent of the field, …… my thighs grown tired from toil. …… tribute has been produced for the king's palace. Winter admires the heart of your …… in words."
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