By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity 21, Z edited through Martha T Roth xv + 170p (Oriental Institute, 1961)
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Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the college of Chicago, quantity 21, Z edited via Martha T Roth xv + 170p (Oriental Institute, 1961)
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To give the name of a person) - a) to declare, to make a declaration: sa'almamman la ta-za-k&-ar do not make any declaration if anybody asks you (lit. ); mar arri a ana 8arriti zak-ru ina kakki [imaqqutl the king's son, who has been designated for the kingship, will fall in battle CT 39 29:31 (SB Alu), cf. mar sarri 8a ana sarriti zak-ru kussa isabbat Thompson Rep. 271:7, and cf. ibid. r. 10, also 270:12 and r. 7; zer sangutiu ana manzaz Ehursagkurkurra ana daris tasqu-ra you (the gods) have declared his descendants to remain in the (named) temple forever as high priests AKA 31 i 27 (Tigl.
A) in OA: you said, "The garments which you have been sending me are not good" mannum za-ak-ru-um sa inabitika wasbunima illakuma mahrisu subati 4-nu-hu-ni which man who belongs to your household and travels (for you would permit that) I cheat on the garments in his presence ? ] had a boy here (postscript on the case of a letter dealing with business matters) BIN 6 10 case 5; 52 mas'inu a za-ka-re 6 GIfN KU. ) BABBAR Rsmina worth six and a fourth shekels of silver (beside magsnu 8a sinnivatim line 56) OIP 27 55:53, cf.
Edu zakfi zakf shining and clean as nard Maqlu I 26, cf. [dUTU] za-ka-at za-ki ibid. 238:6; lubbib lu-uz-ku KAR 228 r. 8, asarkunu ljbib kima dUTU za-ak-ki ibid. 208); for the i8att itammi i-za-ku-u ... ) of barley, the incantation (and) become pure - I see zaklctu mng. 2, and assum se'im ... za-adrew water, I drank, I spoke the incantation, ku u ana pasdrim qati asakkan TCL 17 2:28, I became pure KAR 134 r. 3f. (NA); [x x] and see Landsberger, MSL 1 p. 173; for a Sum. ab (var. ib) after cleaning the will become cleared through Marduk Scholl- barley, lay it out on the shelves (see hattu meyer No.