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T7W GfR (YOS IV 91, gir Gir-suKI qir ? -gir-a-bi (MDP XIV 6 rev. 0 TAR tar dar Su-mu-tar (D' R) Ti-ri-tar 12. A KA ka Contrary to Ungnad, MAS p. 9, and von Soden, AS p. 32, Only in Ka-zal-luKI A-da-ka-al-su-[umr? ), original texts have GaKI za-luK (MO). The only possibility in late Sargonic is Ka-za-bum (P~ VIII 158 AO 5657; Fish, CST p. 182 No. 8) compared with the GN Kazabu of later date PUx pux bux KA-su-su compared with Pu-su-su (both MAD I) KA-zi-a compared with Pu- zi-a (B §x) Cf. also bel Cf.
Dentals: DA = da, ta, ta (TA Di- - de, te4, *te TE = *de4, te, *$e 4 (DE TI = di, ti, ti DU = du, tu, t i-na-da-an, ad-da, Da-pum /Tabun/ only in Ta-ta, MAD I) A-ga-d--um (and A-ga-ti-um, both in HSS X), is-de ip-te-u (and Ip-ti-um), te-ir-ri-is only in I-de-de, HSS X 205) a-ti /adf/, Ip-ti-um, Ip-ti-ru-um is-du-tu, Du-gul-tum (and Tu-gul-tim), li-ip-du-ur. DU8 . KI A) c. edu GI = *gi, KI = gi, ki4, qi4 ki, qi -30wa-ar-gi 4 -um (and wa-ar-ki-um), u-sa-amgi 4 -it (copy), mi-gi4-tim (copy) Ma-an-ki-im-lu-us (GML, doubtful), wa-arki-um (and wa-ar-gi -um), is-ki-nu- (and is-gi-ni), KU = gu5, ku, qu GU = gu, kus, qu i-ki-is ru-ku-ma-um, is-ku-nu (and is-gu-un), i-li-ku (and i-la-gu), -dam-ku, Ku-ti-im (RTC 118, and Gu-ti-um, passim) -Gu-la, is-gu-un (and is-ku-nu), i-la-gu (and i-li-ku), Gu-ti-um (and Ku-ti-im), li-il-gu-da (GV only in Gu-da-mi- umK, HSS X 14, GU.
Also Kraus in Scritti in onore di Giuseppe Furlani I (1957) 103-8. edu -'3etc. /Tiram-ill/. Written /Ilsu-qurad/, Ur III, and Tur-am-1-l1, double consonants (consoindicate not do double consonants which nantal quantity), but a hiatus, pause (open juncture) are shown in the following examples: Ku-ru-ub-bi-la-ag beside Ku-ru-umb-i-la-ag beside Sar-ru-um-i-l /Kurub-Ilag/, Sar-ru-um-mi-1-l1 -ai/, I I-sar-ra-bi beside I-sar-a-bi Nu /Sarrum-ill/, i-DIIR beside Nu-h-DINGIR /N-ilum/, A-bu-um-mi-LUGAL beside A-pum-i-sar /Abumisar/, Ma-at-ti-1-l beside Ma-at--li- /Mat-ill/, En-nu-um-mi-l3 beside En-num-i-li /Ennum-ill/, etc.