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By Douglas B. Miller
Students of Akkadian will locate this useful selection of simple details to be the appropriate significant other via their years of research. notwithstanding this instruction manual isn't a substitute for a standard reference works, it summarizes the entire easy source fabrics wanted for the examine of Akkadian. integrated are the subsequent: miscellaneous is helping, paradigms of nouns and verbs, a thesaurus of significant right nouns, an index of logograms, an indication checklist with whole signal values, and lots more and plenty extra.
What is new during this revised and improved edition:
— An improved checklist of universal abbreviations
— a radical bibliography of significant reference works in ten different types, together with websites
— half One: extra and extra thorough lists, together with dialect details for conjunctions, prepositions, and particles
— half : extra nominal and verbal paradigms
— half 3: word list accelerated and up-to-date, content material completely documented and cross-referenced
— half 4: accelerated checklist of logograms
— half 5: entire checklist of image indicators as present in Borger s Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon, tagged through his new numbering method, and cross-referenced to the Deimel procedure; signal details aligned with MZL for logographic values and with MZL and Das akkadische Syllabar for syllabic values; photograph signal photographs now incorporated with the checklist of determinatives; new indexes
— Can now be used along all significant grammars of Akkadian
— A extra appealing format
— All info checked opposed to the most recent released reference works
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OA, OB, SB, NA. 23. alla (interj) (al) but, rather—NB 24. allû/a/ê (interr) (illû) Is it not? Is it not that? Am certainly; furthermore—WSem. word; often followed by -mi, -me 25. amma (interj) Lo! Behold! )—OA 26. ammā (see umma) 27. ammāmin (interj) Would that, If only—OA 28. —MB, SB 29. ammīni (interr) Why? (< ana + mīnu)—OAkk on; log. na 30. amur (interj. Look! )—Ug, Am, Bogh, NB. 31. —OB, Nuzi 32. anna/i/û (interj) yes, certainly—OB, Mari, Shemshara, Am, SB 33. )—lex 34. anummē (interj) (anummamē) here is, here are—Bogh, Ug 35.
Qadu/i 65. qannu/i 66. qudmu 67. ṣabat 68. ṣēriš 69. ṣēru 70. šalānu(-) 71. šaplān(u) 72. šaplu 73. šuḫ 74. šumi 75. šumma Part One: Helps before (time); in front of—OA, OB on. before; from; in front of; in regard to; because of—SB, NA, NB, LB; log. la-igi in, among; from; belonging to; like; instead of; according to—OAkk on; log. meš with; in front of; under the responsibility of; in the direction of (< maḫru)—OAkk on; log. igi to the same amount, as large as; as much as nec. to—OA, OB on (meḫertu) in front of; opposite; in likeness of; level with—OA, OB, SB; log.
MB; Sum. lw Part One: Helps 52. inimma/u 53. innu 54. îš 55. ya 56. yāyaya 57. yānu 58. yānū 59. yānummiš 60. yau-yau 61. yû 62. kī 63. kīmaʾ 64. lā/la 65. lū/lu 66. lumā 67. luman 68. lūman 69. lūmē 70. mā 71. magana 72. mamīnu 73. maʾna 74. manan 75. mani 76. mannu 77. mati 78. matima 79. mêš 80. ; (< ayyiš)—NB (see ay) (particle) aye, aye (expressing acceptance of an order)— Am; Egyptian word (yaʾnu/a; Bogh yānummâ; NB also yāni, yaʾan; MB freq. yānumma/i; NB also yānuʾamma) (neg. particle) (There) is/are not (negating nouns); Ug yānummā .