Names

  • OB Nippur Ura 01

Numbers

  • Q000039

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Details

  • Old Babylonian
  • Lexical
  • Thematic Word Lists

Sources

  3N-T0910e

  A 30274

  A 33516 + ?

IMG AfO 29/30, 024, CBS 04864

IMG AfO 29/30, 024, CBS 04869

IMG AfO 29/30, 027, CBS 07872

IMG AfO 29/30, 027, CBS 07970

IMG AfO 29/30, 028, CBS 10507

IMG AfO 29/30, 028, CBS 10784

IMG AfO 29/30, 033, N 5063

IMG AfO 29/30, 033, UM 29-16-469

IMG AfO 29/30, 034, N 5399

IMG AfO 29/30, 034, N 5527

IMG AfO 29/30, 034, N 5923

IMG AfO 29/30, 035, N 5933

IMG AfO 29/30, 037, UM 55-21-043

IMG AfO 29/30, 038, UM 55-21-044

IMG AfO 29/30, 038, UM 55-21-054

IMG AfO 29/30, 038, UM 55-21-055

  AfO 29/30, 041, A 30170

  AfO 29/30, 042, A 30182

  AfO 29/30, 042, IM 58397

  AfO 29/30, 042, IM 58398

  AfO 29/30, 042, IM 58399

IMG CBS 04815

IMG CBS 06386

IMG CBS 06548

IMG CBS 06549

IMG CBS 06574

IMG CBS 06599 + HS 1616 + HS 1844

IMG CBS 12515

IMG CBS 13619

  CBS 13675a

IMG CBS 14157

IMG CBS 15366

IMG CBS 19753

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.03

IMG EEN 030, N 5589

IMG EEN 038, UM 29-13-163

IMG EEN 061, CBS 06098

IMG EEN 256, CBS 06496

IMG EEN 261, CBS 10071

  EEN 293, A 30187

IMG EEN 293, CBS 12486

  EEN 293, IM 058599

IMG EEN 293, N 5260

IMG EEN 293, N 6766+

IMG EEN 294, N 4640

IMG EEN 294, N 4983

IMG EEN 294, N 5223

IMG EEN 294, UM 55-21-314+

IMG EEN 295, N 4947

IMG EEN 295, N 5881

IMG EEN 295, N 6207

IMG EEN 297, CBS 06593

IMG EEN 297, CBS 06594

IMG EEN 297, CBS 09847+

  EEN 297, Ist Ni 01865

IMG EEN 298, CBS 02260

IMG EEN 298, CBS 03857

IMG EEN 298, CBS 03935

IMG EEN 298, CBS 06552

IMG EEN 298, CBS 06974

IMG EEN 298, CBS 12666

IMG EEN 300, CBS 13519

IMG EEN 300, N 5456

IMG EEN 301, CBS 06117

IMG EEN 301, CBS 06370

IMG EEN 301, CBS 06403

IMG EEN 302, 06468

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06426

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06455

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06518

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06531

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06542

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06546

IMG EEN 302, CBS 06854

IMG EEN 303, CBS 06587

IMG EEN 303, CBS 06660

IMG EEN 303, N 5346+

IMG EEN 303, N 5847

IMG EEN 303, UM 29-16-294

IMG EEN 304, N 1540

IMG EEN 304, N 5143

IMG EEN 304, N 5720

IMG EEN 304, N 5735

IMG EEN 304, N 5880

IMG EEN 304, N 5919

IMG EEN 304, N 6104

IMG EEN 304, N 6121

IMG EEN 305, CBS 13525+

IMG EEN 305, N 4039

IMG EEN 305, N 5246

IMG EEN 305, N 5978

IMG EEN 306, CBS 10793

IMG EEN 306, CBS 12652

IMG EEN 306, CBS 12705

IMG EEN 306, CBS 12706

IMG EEN 306, N 5196

IMG EEN 306, N 5706

IMG EEN 307, CBS 19803

IMG EEN 307, N 5370

IMG EEN 307, N 5903

IMG EEN 307, N 6073

IMG EEN 307, N 6800

IMG EEN 307, UM 29-15-526

IMG EEN 308, CBS 07153

IMG EEN 308, N 5502

IMG EEN 308, N 6108

IMG EEN 308, UM 55-21-361

IMG EEN 309, N 4642

IMG EEN 309, N 5792

IMG EEN 310, N 5396

IMG EEN 310, N 5782+

IMG EEN 310, N 6158

IMG EEN 310, UM 29-13-075

IMG EEN 310, UM 29-15-314+

  EEN 311, 3N-T0911v

IMG EEN 311, CBS 12748

IMG EEN 311, N 5201

  EEN 312, 3N-T0911t

IMG EEN 312, N 0673

IMG EEN 314, CBS 06598

IMG EEN 314, N 5973

IMG EEN 314, N 6106

IMG EEN 315, CBS 06466

  EEN 315, Ist Ni 04931

  EEN 315, Ist Ni 05256

IMG EEN 315, N 6006

IMG EEN 316, CBS 13520

  EEN 316, Ist Ni 03615

IMG EEN 316, Ist Ni 03818

IMG EEN 316, N 6101

IMG EEN 316, N 6111

IMG EEN 316, N 6148

IMG EEN 316, N 6157

IMG EEN 316, N 6159

IMG EEN 317, N 3435

IMG EEN 317, N 4977

IMG EEN 317, N 5126

IMG EEN 317, N 5140+

IMG EEN 317, N 5186

IMG EEN 317, N 5552

IMG EEN 317, UM 29-13-999

IMG EEN 318, CBS 02263

IMG EEN 318, CBS 10259

IMG EEN 318, CBS 10344

IMG EEN 318, CBS 15418

IMG EEN 318, N 4062

IMG EEN 318, N 4597

IMG EEN 318, N 4634

IMG EEN 318, N 4683

IMG EEN 318, N 4973+

IMG EEN 319, N 4557

IMG EEN 319, N 4779

IMG EEN 319, N 4787

IMG EEN 319, N 4981

IMG EEN 319, N 5019

IMG EEN 319, N 5342

IMG EEN 319, N 5614

IMG EEN 319, N 5836

IMG EEN 319, UM 29-15-022

IMG EEN 319, UM 29-16-554

IMG EEN 320, N 5523

IMG EEN 320, N 5564

IMG EEN 320, N 6242

IMG EEN 320, UM 29-15-620

IMG EEN 320, UM 29-15-645

IMG EEN 320, UM 29-16-001

IMG EEN 321, CBS 06686

IMG EEN 321, CBS 06945

IMG EEN 321, CBS 07935

IMG EEN 321, CBS 08470

  EEN 321, Ist Ni 10003

IMG EEN 321, N 4990

IMG EEN 321, N 5936

IMG EEN 321, N 5960

IMG EEN 321, N 6201

  EEN 322, 3N-T0909c

  EEN 322. 3N-T0909e

  EEN 322, 3N-T0914cc

  EEN 322, 3N-T0920s

  EEN 322, 3N-T0921jj

  EEN 322, 3N-T0922o

  EEN 322, 3N-T0922z

IMG EEN 322, N 6140

IMG EEN 323, CBS 02235

IMG EEN 323, CBS 04823

IMG EEN 323, CBS 06578

IMG EEN 323, CBS 06808a

IMG EEN 324, CBS 07904+

IMG EEN 324, CBS 12655

IMG EEN 324, N 5736

IMG EEN 324, N 6171

IMG EEN 324, UM 29-15-343

IMG EEN 324, UM 29-16-539

IMG EEN 325, N 1564+

IMG EEN 325, N 3359

IMG EEN 325, N 4067

IMG EEN 325, N 4624

IMG EEN 325, N 4660

IMG EEN 325, N 4836

IMG EEN 325, N 4880

IMG EEN 325, N 4885

IMG EEN 325, N 5365

IMG EEN 325, N 5568

IMG EEN 325, N 5598

IMG EEN 325, N 5648

IMG EEN 326, UM 29-16-402

  EEN 329, Ist Ni 01829

IMG EEN 330, CBS 06399

IMG EEN 330, CBS 06585

IMG EEN 330, CBS 07998

IMG EEN 330, N 5229

IMG EEN 330, N 6970

IMG EEN 331, CBS 03944

IMG EEN 331, CBS 08062

IMG EEN 331, CBS 10767

IMG EEN 331, N 1479

IMG EEN 331, N 5108

IMG EEN 331, N 5283

  EEN 332, 3N-T0911u

IMG EEN 332, CBS 06536a

IMG EEN 332, N 4728

IMG EEN 332, N 5353

IMG EEN 332, N 5367

  HS 1629 + HS 1834 (+) HS 1665 ?

  HS 1631

  HS 1646

  HS 1647

  HS 1657

  HS 1662

  HS 1699

  HS 1701

  HS 1734

  HS 1744

  HS 1745 + HS 1797 + HS 2630 + HS 2902

  HS 1759

  HS 1798

  HS 1806

IMG HS 1823 (+)

  HS 1827

  HS 1841

IMG HS 1845 + N 2210 + N 6202

  HS 2860

  IM 058624

  IM 058626

  IM 058630

  IM 058729

  Ist Ni 04615

  Ist Ni 04929

  Ist Ni 05386

IMG N 1680

IMG N 3661

IMG N 4570

IMG N 4677

IMG N 4837

IMG N 4917

IMG N 4953

  N 5032

IMG N 5039 + N 5059

IMG N 5133

IMG N 5139

IMG N 5209

IMG N 5216

IMG N 5276

  N 5345

IMG N 5392

IMG N 5452

IMG N 5563

IMG N 5698

IMG N 5703 (+) N 5705

IMG N 5724

IMG N 5747

IMG N 5762

IMG N 5797

IMG N 5808

IMG N 6009

IMG N 6051

IMG N 6066 + Ist Ni 02305

IMG N 6092

IMG N 6095

IMG N 6102

IMG N 6254

IMG N 6257

IMG N 6602

IMG N 7097

IMG N 7249

  OIC 23, 116, 12N-516

  OIC 23, 117, 12N-562

IMG PBS 05, 123

IMG PBS 11/1, 030 + 063 +

IMG PBS 11/1, 034

IMG PBS 11/1, 043

IMG PBS 11/1, p.86 and pl. 37

IMG PBS 11/2, 053

IMG PBS 11/2, 067

IMG PBS 11/2, p. 173, CBS 04601

IMG PBS 11/2, p. 174, CBS 06674

IMG PBS 11/3, 007

IMG PBS 11/3, 035

IMG PBS 11/3, 043

IMG PBS 11/3, p. 276, CBS 06682

IMG PBS 11/3, p. 277, CBS 14156

IMG SLFN 72, 3N-T906,236

IMG SLFN 73, 3N-T905,211

IMG SLT 023 + 166

IMG SLT 062

IMG SLT 068

IMG SLT 074

IMG SLT 075 + 139

IMG SLT 087

IMG SLT 116

IMG SLT 119

IMG SLT 126

IMG SLT 127

IMG SLT 128

IMG SLT 129

IMG SLT 130

IMG SLT 131

IMG SLT 132 + 165s + 159 (+) 165b + c + d + e

IMG SLT 133

IMG SLT 134

IMG SLT 135

IMG SLT 136

IMG SLT 137

IMG SLT 138

IMG SLT 140

IMG SLT 141

IMG SLT 142

IMG SLT 144

IMG SLT 145

IMG SLT 146 + 160

IMG SLT 149

IMG SLT 151

IMG SLT 152

IMG SLT 153

  SLT 155

IMG SLT 156

IMG SLT 157

IMG SLT 158

IMG SLT 161

IMG SLT 162

IMG SLT 163

IMG SLT 164

IMG SLT 167

IMG SLT 168

IMG SLT 169

IMG SLT 170

IMG SLT 171

IMG SLT 172

IMG SLT 173

IMG SLT 174

IMG SLT 175

IMG SLT 176

IMG SLT 177

IMG SLT 180

IMG SLT 181

IMG SLT 182

IMG SLT 194 (+)

IMG SLT 198

IMG SLT 204

IMG SLT 208

IMG SLT 224

IMG SLT 232

IMG SLT 244

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04807 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04811 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04812 +

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04820 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04824 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04825 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04832 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04833 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04837 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04838 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04839 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04853 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04854 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04856 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04865 (unpub. dup.)

IMG SLT p. 014, CBS 04876 (unpub. dup.)

  SP 519 pl.74 MMMM

IMG TIM 10, 130

IMG UM 29-13-074

IMG UM 29-15-977 + UM 29-16-586

IMG UM 29-16-013

IMG UM 29-16-552

IMG UM 29-16-584

IMG UM 55-21-387 + ?

IMG UM 55-21-409

Parallels

  ABAW 143, 153

  ABAW 143, 154

  ABAW 143, 155

  ABAW 143, 158

  ABAW 143, 161

  ABAW 143, 162

  ABAW 143, 163

  ABAW 143, 166

  ABAW 143, 232

  AO 05401

IMG AUCT 5, 186

  AUCT 5, 213

IMG AUWE 23, 174

IMG AUWE 23, 176

  Anonymous 447996

  Anonymous 519800

IMG Ashm 1923-0402

IMG Ashm 1923-0417

IMG Ashm 1932-0526n

  BIN 02, 050

  BIN 02, 054

  BIN 02, 065

IMG BRM 4, 29 + 30

  BRM 4, 31

IMG CM 22, pl. 36-37

IMG CT 44, 43

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.01

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.02

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.03

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.04

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.05

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.06

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.07

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.08

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.09

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.10

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.11

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.12

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.13

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.14

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.15

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.16

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.17

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.18

IMG CUSAS 12, 3.1.19

  EEN 282 BM 016653

IMG EEN 282 BM 080790

  EEN 284 YBC 12048

  EEN 287 NBC 08048

  EEN 287 NBC 08063

  EEN 287 StLouis 243

  EEN 287 StLouis 244

IMG EEN 290, LB 0998

IMG EEN 389, NCBT 01891

  EEN 394 NCBT 01918

  EEN 279-81 VAT 06588

IMG EEN 268-269, KM 89542

IMG EEN 287-288

  FLP 1168

  HSAO 9, 59, 1

  Isin-Išān IV, 110 IB 1701

  JCS 08, 146, Patterson 13

IMG LoC 004

IMG MG 2005.006.0011

  MMUM 35433

IMG MVN 13, 622

IMG MVN 13, 631

  OBTI 290

IMG OECT 15, 174

IMG Rochester 248

IMG SC 1, 022

IMG SC 2, 014

IMG SC-UCLA 31719_15

IMG TCVC 776

IMG TCVC 782

IMG TIM 10, 001

IMG TIM 10, 007

IMG TIM 10, 016

IMG TIM 10, 018

IMG TIM 10, 028

IMG TIM 10, 046

IMG TIM 10, 056

IMG TIM 10, 083

IMG TIM 10, 086

IMG TIM 10, 089

IMG TIM 10, 110

IMG TIM 10, 139

IMG TIM 10, 148

IMG TIM 10, 154

IMG UET 6, 0677 + 0678 + UET 7, 0087 + 0091

IMG UET 6, 0828

IMG UET 6, 0829

IMG UET 6, 0830

IMG UET 6, 0831

IMG UET 6, 0832

IMG UET 6, 0835

IMG UET 6, 0860

  Ura 03

  Ura 04

  Ura 06

  Ura 07a

  Ura 07b

  X.3.319

IMG YBC 01991

IMG YBC 06702

IMG YBC 06717

IMG YBC 08936

IMG YBC 09907

IMG www hag 04

OB Nippur Ura 01

11ŋeštaškarin

boxwood

22ŋešesi

ebony

33ŋešnu₁₁

white sandalwood

44ŋešḫa-lu-ub₂1

Prunus mahaleb

55ŋeššag₄-kal

type of willow

66ŋeš-kin₂

birch

6a6aŋeš-kin₂ babbar

silver birch

6b6bŋeš-kin₂ giggi

black birch

77ŋeš giggi

"black tree"

88ŋešŋeštin

grape vine

99ŋešŋeštin-kir₄

bramble

1010ŋešŋeštin-ka₅-a

"fox grape" (medicinal)

1111ŋešŋeštin-GAM-ma

vine stock or tendril

1212ŋešpeš₃

fig tree

1313ŋešḫašḫur

apple tree

1414ŋešḫašḫur kur-ra2

quince tree

1515ŋešše-dug₃

type of tree

1616ŋešše-nu

chaste tree

1717ŋešše-še

type of tree

1818ŋeššinig3

tamarisk

1919ŋeššinig dili

single tamarisk

2020ŋeššinig kur-ra

"mountain tamarisk"

2121ŋeššar₉-ša₄-bid₃

type of tree

2222ŋešmes šar₉-ša₄-bid₃

... mes tree

2323ŋešlam

terebinth

2424ŋešeš₂₂4

almond tree

2525ŋešu₃-suḫ₅

pine tree

25a25aŋešu₃-suḫ₅ tur

pine sapling

25b25bŋešu₃-suḫ₅ pa kud

cut pine bough

25c25cŋešu₃-suḫ₅ a de₂-a

irrigated pine tree

2626ŋešše u₃-suḫ₅

pine cone

2727ŋešpa u₃-suḫ₅

pine bough

27a27aŋešan u₃-suḫ₅

crown of pine tree

2828ŋešbir-GAM-mes-E

pine tree bud

2929ŋeššim-gig

an aromatic tree

3030ŋeššennur

plum tree

30a30aŋeššennur kur-ra

"mountain plum tree"

3131ŋešlam-gal

terebinth (Pistacia terebinthus)

3232ŋešlam-tur5

"small terebinth" (Pistacia lentiscus)

3333ŋešal-la-nu-um6

hazelnut

3434ŋešildag₂

black poplar

3535ŋešildag₂ kur

mountain black poplar

3636ŋešildag₂ bur-ra7

black poplar sapling

3737ŋešildag₂ šita₃-na

black poplar at the water channel

3838ŋeškur-ra

"mountain tree"

3939ŋeš-ab-ba8

a thorny tree

4040ŋeš-ab-ba me-luḫ-ḫa

"a thorny tree from Meluhha"

4141ŋešŋi₆-par₄9

a fruit tree

4242ŋešma-nu10

willow

4343ŋešma-nu šu ak11

stripped willow

4444ŋešma-nu gibil₂ ak

willow used as firewood

44a44aŋešma-nu kal-la

"rare willow"

4545ŋešnu-ur₂-ma

pomegranate tree

4646ŋešKID-da

twig

4747ŋešKID-da

twig

4848ŋešKID-da zil-la₂

stripped twig

4949ŋešmes

type of tree

5050ŋešmes ma₂-gan-na

"mes tree from Magan"

5151ŋešmes me-luḫ-ḫa

"mes tree from Meluhha"

51a51aŋešmes al₂12

... mes tree

51b51bŋešmes-TU

a type of mes tree

51c51cŋešmes ki ŋar-ra

"established (planted?) mes tree"

51d51dŋešmes ḫa-lu-ub₂ ḫar-ra-an-na

"mes tree (which is like) the 'ḫalub tree of the road'"

51e51eŋešmes giggi

"black mes-tree"

5252ŋešeren

cedar

52a52aŋešmud₂ eren13

sap of the cedar

52b52bŋešpa eren

cedar bough

52c52cŋešUDU-ḪI-A

"flock tree"

52d52dŋešasalₓ(A.TU.GABA.SIG.GAR)

poplar (P. euphratica)

5353ŋeššu-ur₂-min₃

cypress

5454ŋešza-ba-lum

species of juniper

5555ŋeše-la-ma-kum

type of tree

5656ŋešgi-ri₂-num₂14

type of tree with berries

5757ŋešgi-rim

type of tree with berries

5858ŋešzi-ir-dum

olive tree

5959ŋešur-nu-um

species of cedar

6060ŋešti-a-ru-um15

white cedar

6161ŋešri₂-a-num₂

type of tree

6262ŋešur-zi-num₂

sycamore

6363ŋešmi-ri₂--ŋar-ra

type of tree

6464ŋešisimu₃mu₂

offshoot

64a64aŋeš gibil

offshoot

6565ŋešŋešnimbar

date palm

6666ŋešŋešnimbar suḫušₓ(TUR)

date palm offshoot

6767ŋešŋešnimbar kur-ra

"mountain date palm"

6868ŋešŋešnimbar dilmun-na

"Dilmun date palm"

6969ŋešŋešnimbar al-dar-ra

split date palm

7070ŋešŋešnimbar al-kud-da16

pruned date palm

7171ŋešŋešnimbar al-šab17

pruned date palm

7272ŋešŋešnimbar gun₂-na

date palm of (= yielding) a talent (of dates)

7373ŋešŋešnimbar lu₂-tumu

"false or criminal date palm"

7474ŋešŋešnimbar lipiš bur₁₂-ra

date palm with heart removed

7575ŋešŋešnimbar al-kum-ma₃

crushed date palm

75a75aŋešŋešnimbar kum₂-ma

"hot date palm"

7676ŋešŋešnimbar izi gu₇-a

date palm consumed by fire

7777ŋešŋešnimbar eḫ gu₇-a

date palm eaten by insects

77a77aŋešŋešnimbar gig-[ḫab₂?]18

diseased date palm

7878ŋešŋešnimbar al-ug₅-ga

dead date palm

78a78aŋešŋešnimbar al-gaz-za

destroyed palm tree

7979ŋešŋešnimbar al-uš₂-a

dead date palm

8080ŋešŋešnimbar sig₇-sig₇ al-šeŋ₆-ŋa₂19

cooked green (dates of a) date palm

8181ŋeššag₄ ŋešnimbar

heart of palm

8282ŋešsuḫur ŋešnimbar

date palm crown

8383ŋešama ŋešnimbar

date palm root

8484ŋešKU ŋeškiri₆ ŋešnimbar

... of a date palm garden

8585ŋešKU ŋeškiri₆ x x ŋešnimbar

... of a ... date palm garden

85a85aŋešan-na zag? ŋešnimbar

palm tree's ... spadix

8686ŋešpa ŋešnimbar

date palm frond

8787ŋešpa kud ŋešnimbar

cut date palm frond

8888ŋešdala₂ ŋešnimbar

date palm spine

8989ŋešmud ŋešnimbar

stump of date palm frond

9090ŋešze₂-na ŋešnimbar

midrib of date palm frond

9191ŋešsu₁₁ ŋešnimbar

date palm fiber

9292ŋešsu₁₁ GA₂-na ŋešnimbar

... date palm fiber

9393ŋešsu₁₁ gu-la ŋešnimbar

large date palm fiber

9494ŋeštubaₓ(TUG₂) ŋešnimbar20

harness for climbing date palm

9595ŋešpe-el-la₂ ŋešnimbar

deficient date palm

9696ŋešu₃-luḫ ŋešnimbar

date palm offshoot

9797ŋešŋa₂-li ŋešnimbar

date palm . . .

9898ŋešan-na ŋešnimbar

date palm spadix

9999ŋeški-ta ŋešnimbar

basket for date palm (dates)

99a99aŋeški-ta zu₂-lum degₓ(RI)-degₓ(RI)-ga ŋešnimbar

basket for collecting dates from the date palm

100100ŋešniŋ₂-ki-luḫ-ḫa ŋešnimbar

broom of date palm (frond)

101101ŋešniŋ₂-x ŋešnimbar

(...) of/from date palm

102102ŋešpeš ŋešnimbar21

young date palm frond

103103ŋešpeš-mur₇ ŋešnimbar22

(cut) date palm frond midrib with leaflets

104104ŋešpeš-banda₃-zi ŋešnimbar23

transplanted date palm offshoot

105105ŋešasal₂24

poplar (P. euphratica)

106106ŋešasal₂ kur

"mountain poplar"

107107ŋešasal₂ dug₃25

"good poplar"

108108ŋešNE asal₂26

poplar ...

109109ŋešnumun asal₂

poplar seed

110110ŋešil-ur₂

type of tree

111111ŋešad₂27

boxthorn

112112ŋeškišig

false carob

113113ŋeškišig-ḫar

... kiši tree

114114ŋeškišig-ḫar kur-ra

"mountain ... kiši tree"

115115ŋešsa-ma-na₂

white sandalwood

116116ŋešsa-ma-zum

white sandalwood

117117ŋešpeš₇-kal

type of tree

118118ŋešŠU.KAL

type of tree

119119ŋeššu-dib-ba

type of tree

120120ŋešŠU.KAL

type of tree

121121ŋeššušin

licorice

122122ŋešši-iq-dum

almond

123123ŋešzar-si

type of plant

124124ŋešmu-TUM-da

...

124a124aŋešzi₂-ir-dum

olive tree

125125ŋešgi-zu₂-lum-ma

type of mullein

126126ŋešbu-zu₂-num₂-ma

mullein

127127ŋešdili-bu-um

Oriental plane tree

128128ŋešan-ta

type of plant

129129ŋešḫuš

type of plant

130130ŋešmaš

type of plant

131131ŋešmaš-gurum

type of plant

132132ŋešguru₅-28

tree trunk or branch

133133ŋešsaŋ-keš₂29

...

134134ŋešsi saŋ-keš₂

...

135135ŋeši-ri₉-na

type of root

136136ŋeša-ri₉-na

type of root

137137ŋešgilim an-na

upper foliage (of a plant/tree)

138138ŋešgilim abzu

underground foliage = root system

139139ŋešu₃-luḫ

sapling

140140ŋešpa

tree branch

141141ŋešpa kud

cut tree branch

141a141aŋešbuniŋ

wooden trough or bucket

142142ŋešas₄-lum

measuring rod

142a142aŋešx-gu₂?

...

143143ŋešLAGAB×A-da

...

144144ŋešdib-dib

waterclock

145145ŋešu₅

wooden leaf for a wax tablet

145a145aŋeš-gan

pestle

145b145bŋeškal-la-bi

...

145c145cŋeš[...]-bi

...

145d145dŋešGU₇

...

146146ŋešdḫa-ia₃

wooden scribal tool

147147ŋešdub-dim₂

a wooden tool used for fashioning tablets

148148ŋeššumun-gi₄30

type of wooden tool

149149ŋešti-bala31

sign board

150150ŋeššudum-ma

a calculating device

151151ŋeštun₃

wooden case

152152ŋešba

cutting tool

152a152aŋešba zu₂

cutting tool made of flint

153153ŋešba amar

tool for (butchering) calves

154154ŋešba še

tool for cutting barley

155155ŋešba šab

tool for trimming, cutting or scraping

155a155aŋešba gur

... cutting tool

155b155bŋešba pa

tool for cutting branches

156156ŋešḪUB₂

...

157157ŋešna-ru₂-a

wooden stele

158158ŋeššibir šu-du₇

appropriate staff

159159ŋešniŋ₂-na mud₂

censer for blood

160160ŋešgu-za

chair

161161ŋešgu-za sag₁₀

good quality chair

162162ŋešgu-za gid₂-da

chaise longue

163163ŋešgu-za sir₃-da

sedan chair

163a163aŋešgu-za munus-e-ne

womens' chair

164164ŋešgu-za ma₂-laḫ₅

sailor's chair

165165ŋešgu-za ŋeš-kiŋ₂-ti

workshop chair

166166ŋešgu-za niŋ₂-ba

gift chair

167167ŋešgu-za niŋ₂-šu

owned chair

168168ŋešgu-za ŋešgigir

chariot seat

169169ŋešgu-za anše

saddle

170170ŋešgu-za kaskal

portable chair

171171ŋešgu-za ŋarza₂

cultic chair

172172ŋešgu-za nam-lugal-la

royal chair, throne

173173ŋešgu-za nam-en-na

chair of lordship

174174ŋešgu-za nam-nin-a

chair of ladyship

175175ŋešgu-za šag₄ ḫul₂-la

chair of happiness

176176ŋešgu-za šu-SAR-e du₃-a

chair upholstered with palm fibers

177177ŋešgu-za ka-dug₃-e du₃-a32

chair upholstered with (leather) coverings

178178ŋešgu-za šaḫ [šum]-ma

chair for slaughtering pigs

179179ŋešgu-za ma₂-gan-na

Magan(-style) chair

180180ŋešgu-za me-luḫ-ḫa

Meluhha(-style) chair

181181ŋešgu-za ma₂-laḫ₄33

sailor's chair

182182ŋešgu-za aratta34

Aratta(-style) chair

183183ŋešgu-za nita

man's chair

184184ŋešgu-za munus

woman's chair

185185ŋešgu-za ukkin-na

assembly chair

186186ŋešgu-za lukur

chair for the lukur priestess

186a186aŋešgu-za gidim?

ghost's chair

187187ŋešgu-za ki uš₂35

chair where one dies

188188ŋešgu-za silim-ma

chair of good health

189189ŋešgu-za ŋeštaškarin

boxwood chair

190190ŋešgu-za ŋešesi

ebony chair

191191ŋešgu-za ŋeššag₄-kal

willow chair

192192ŋešgu-za ŋešmes

mes wood chair

193193ŋešgu-za ŋešmes ma₂-ganki

chair of Magan mes wood

194194ŋešgu-za ŋešmes me-[luḫ-ḫaki]

chair of Meluhha mes wood

195195ŋešgu-za gar₃-ba

chair with knobs

196196ŋešgu-za gar₃-ba kug-babbar ŋar-ra

chair with knobs overlaid in silver

196a196aŋešgu-za gar₃-ba kug-sig₁₇ ŋar-ra

chair with knobs overlaid in gold

197197ŋešgu-za gar₃-ba zabar ŋar-ra

chair with knobs overlaid in bronze

198198ŋešgu-za gar₃-ba kuš ŋar-ra

chair with knobs covered in leather

199199ŋešBAD [gu-za]

leg of a chair

200200[ŋešsaŋ gu-za]

back of a chair

201201[ŋeš-dal gu-za]

crossbar of a chair

202202[ŋeši-zi gu-za]

side of a chair

203203[ŋešumbin gu-za]

foot of a chair

204204ŋeššu₂-a

stool

205205ŋeššu₂-a du₁₀-sa

bath stool

206206ŋeššu₂-a nagar

carpenter's stool

207207ŋeššu₂-a bur-gul

lapidary's stool

208208ŋeššu₂-a tibira

sculptor's stool

209209ŋeššu₂-a kaskal-la

portable stool

210210ŋeššu₂-a niŋ₂-gu-la36

stool of majesty

211211ŋešŋir₃-gub

footstool

212212ŋešŋir₃-gub dlama

Lamassu's footstool

213213ŋešŋir₃-gub zu₂ am?-si?

ivory footstool

214214ŋeš-nud

bed

215215ŋeš-nud--nud

bedstead

216216ŋeš-nud ki-nud

bed for bedroom

217217ŋeš-nud gu₂ zig₃-ga

bed with high headboard

218218[ŋeš-nud umbin]

bed with feet

219219[ŋeš-nud umbin gud]

bed with bovine feet

220220ŋeš-nud šag₄-tuku

bed with mattress

221221ŋeš-nud šag₄-tuku siki ga-rig₂ ak

bed with a mattress of carded wool

222222ŋeš-nud ur₄-ma37

(...) bed

223223ŋešzag an-dul₃ nud

bed-side screen

224224ŋešbar-si nud

bed canopy

225225ŋešBAD [nud]

bed leg

226226ŋešsaŋ [nud]

head of bed

227227ŋeš-dal [nud]

crossbar of a bed

228228ŋeši-[zi nud]

bed board

229229[ŋešumbin nud]

bed foot

230230ŋešdilim₂-gal

wooden bowl

231231ŋešdilim₂

wooden spoon

232232ŋešdilim₂-<ban₃>-da

wooden dish

233233ŋešma-al-tum

type of bowl

234234ŋešbanšur

table, tray

235235ŋešdilim₂ banšur

table spoon

236236ŋešumbin banšur

table foot

237237ŋešbanšur-zag-gu-la

shrine table

238238ŋešbanšur zag-ŋar-ra

sanctuary table

239239ŋeška-kara₄(KAD₄)

an elaborate table

240240ŋeška-kara₄ zu₂ am-si sig₉-ga

an elaborate table inlaid in ivory

241241ŋešmaš-tak-da

a wooden object

242242ŋešemeraḫ

jug

243243ŋešemeraḫ x-x ga38

jug for milk

244244ŋešemeraḫ TI

(...) jug

245245ŋešmuru₅-za-nu-um

wooden object

246246ŋeškun₄

stairs or ladder

247247ŋeškun₄ bad₃-da

staircase or ladder of a city wall

248248ŋeškun₄ me nu-KU

stairs that do not ... the MEs

249249[...]

(...)

250250ŋešu₃ [kun₄]

stair tread or ladder rung

251251ŋešsuku₅ [kun₄]

stringer of stairs or ladder

252252ŋešbugin

wooden trough or bucket

253253ŋešbugin tur

small wooden trough

254254ŋeš[bugin] ZU-bar-ra

(...) wooden trough

255255ŋešnaŋa₃

mortar

256256ŋešnaŋa₃ še

mortar for barley

257257ŋešnaŋa₃ še-ŋeš-i₃

mortar for sesame

258258ŋešnaŋa₃ esir e₃-a

bitumen-lined mortar

259259ŋeštukul naŋa₃-si₃-gaz

type of pestle

260260ŋeš-gan-na

pestle

261261ŋešgiraḫ(ŠU.DIM₂)

type of boat plank

261a261a[ŋešme-te] šidim

a tool appropriate for a builder

262262ŋešeme-sig

wooden plank

263263ŋešmi-ri₂-za

boat pole

264264ŋešmi-ri₂-za zag gi₄-a39

boat plank with hooks or rings

265265ŋešma₂

boat

266266ŋešma₂-gur40

ship

267267ŋešma₂ x-ga?

(...) boat

268268ŋešma₂ x

(...) boat

269269ŋešma₂-u₅

ceremonial boat

270270ŋešma₂-da-la₂41

raft

271271ŋešma₂ šu-ḪAg

fishing boat

272272ŋešma₂ peš-peš

thick boat

273273ŋešma₂ šu gi₄

(...) boat

273a273aŋešma₂ X-LAGAB

(...) boat

274274ŋešma₂ ma₂-ri

Mari (-type) boat

275275ŋešma₂ su-a

sunken boat

276276ŋešma₂ dim dug₄-ga42

moored boat

277277ŋešma₂ NE

(...) boat

278278ŋešma₂ du₈43

caulked boat

279279ŋešma₂ ŋeš₂ gur

60 gur capacity boat

280280ŋešma₂ ninnu gur

50 gur capacity boat

281281ŋešma₂ nimin gur

40 gur capacity boat

282282ŋešma₂ ušu₃ gur

30 gur capacity boat

283283ŋešma₂ niš gur

20 gur capacity boat

284284ŋešma₂ 15 gur

15 gur capacity boat

285285ŋešma₂ u gur

10 gur capacity baot

286286ŋešma₂ ia₂ gur

5 gur capacity boat

287287ŋešma₂ tur

small boat

288288ŋešma₂-an-na

An's boat

289289ŋešma₂--te

boat: the throne (Enlil's boat)

290290ŋešma₂-gur₈ dnin-lil₂

Ninlil's ship

291291ŋešma₂-gur₈ dda-mu

Damu's ship

292292ŋešma₂-kar-nun-ta-e₃-a

boat which leaves from the princely dock (Ninurta's boat)

293293ŋešma₂-duraḫ-abzu

boat: ibex of the Abzu (Enki's boat)

294294ŋešma₂-nu-ri44

boat of light (Su'en's boat)

294a294aŋešma₂-nu-ri ban₃-da

junior boat of light (Ningal's barge)

294b294bŋešma₂ UD nu-ri

boat of light

295295ŋešma₂-gur₈-nu-ub-zu45

ship none can know

296296ŋešma₂ dilmun-na

Dilmun (-type) boat

297297ŋešu₃ ma₂

boat plank

298298ŋeše₂-ma₂

boat cabin

299299ŋešsi ma₂

boat prow

300300ŋešanše ma₂

boat donkey

301301ŋešdim ma₂

boat mast

302302ŋešdib ma₂

boat board

303303ŋešsaŋ ma₂

boat bow

304304ŋešu₅ zi-pa-aḫ ma₂46

boat (...)

305305ŋešegir ma₂

boat stern

306306ŋešpeš-eš₃ ma₂47

part of a boat

307307ŋešma₂-addir

ferryboat

307a307a[ŋeš]ma₂ lugal

royal boat

308308ŋešma₂-du₃

part of a boat

309309ŋešzag ma₂-du₃

side of madu

310310ŋešŋir₂ ma₂-du₃

point of madu

310a310aŋešpeš ma₂-du₃

body of madu

311311ŋešuš₂ ma₂-du₃

base of madu

312312ŋeštargul

mooring pole

313313ŋešan-ta targul

top of mooring pole

314314ŋešzi-gan

rudder

315315ŋešdilim₂ zi-gan

rudder blade

316316ŋešsig zi-gan

rudder bottom

317317ŋešan-ti-bal

sign board

318318ŋešzi-in-ḫur

(...)

319319ŋešgag

peg

320320ŋešir

wooden ring

321321ŋešeškiri₂

nose rope

322322ŋešgag eškiri₂

peg for a nose rope

323323ŋeššibir

crozier

324324ŋešgag šibir

tip of crozier

325325ŋeškab-bar

goad

326326ŋešgigir

chariot

327327ŋeše₂ gigir

chariot box

328328ŋeše₂ usan₃ gigir

chariot whip box

329329ŋešSUM-KI-A gigir

chariot (...)

330330ŋeškun gigir

back side of chariot

331331ŋešGUL gigir48

type of chariot

331a331aŋešX ki-en-du [gigir?]

chariot (...)

332332ŋešsaḫar-gi₄ gigir

chariot dust-guard

333333ŋešsu-din gigir

Chariot bat (part of pole or yoke)

334334ŋešsu-lum-mar gigir

chariot tether

335335ŋešsaŋ-kul gigir

chariot bolt (side pole?)

336336ŋešsaŋ-dur₂ gigir

chariot bench

337337ŋešŋir₃-gub gigir

chariot footboard

338338ŋešmud gigir49

chariot socket

339339ŋešgag mud gigir

peg for chariot socket

340340ŋeššudul gigir

chariot yoke

341341ŋešgag šudul gigir

peg for chariot yoke

342342ŋešumbin gigir

chariot wheel

343343ŋešgag umbin gigir

peg for chariot wheel

344344ŋešsi gigir

chariot horn

345345ŋešgaba gigir

chariot breastwork

346346ŋešgaba-ŋal₂ gigir

chariot breastwork

347347ŋešusan₃

whip

348348ŋešusan₃

whip handle

349349ŋešeme usan₃

whip lash

350350ŋešama usan₃50

whip lash

351351ŋešgag-sal₄51

cart

352352ŋešza-ra gag-sal₄

cart pole pivot

353353ŋešumbin gag-sal₄

cart wheel

353a353a[ŋeš...] gag-sal₄

cart (...)

354354ŋeškišib₃-du₃ ŋar

(...) vehicle

355355ŋeškišib₃-du₃ bar

outer ...

356356ŋeškišib₃-du₃ šag₄-ga

inner ...

357357ŋešmar-gid₂-da

wagon

357a357aŋešmar-gid₂-[da-...]

(...) wagon

358358ŋešgu-za mar-gid₂-da

wagon seat

359359ŋešza-ra mar-gid₂-da

wagon pivot

360360ŋešgag za-ra mar-gid₂-da

peg for wagon pivot

361361ŋešKA-kul mar-gid₂-da

wagon bolt (side pole?)

362362ŋešsaŋ-dur₂ mar-gid₂-da

wagon bench

363363ŋešŋir₃-gub mar-gid₂-da

wagon footboard

364364ŋešmud mar-gid₂-da

wagon socket

365365ŋešgag mud mar-gid₂-da

peg for wagon socket

366366ŋeššudul₄ mar-gid₂-da

wagon yoke

367367ŋešgag šudul₄ mar-gid₂-da

peg for wagon yoke

368368ŋešumbin mar-gid₂-da

wagon wheel

369369ŋešgag umbin mar-gid₂-da

peg for wagon wheel

370370ŋešu₄-sakar mar-gid₂-da

wagon wheel segment

371371ŋešgag u₄-sakar mar-gid₂-da

peg for (joining) wagon wheel segment

372372ŋešnam-ḫa-ru-um mar-gid₂-da

container for wagon

373373ŋešen₃-dur mar-gid₂-da

navel of wagon

374374ŋešig

door

375375ŋešig gal

big door

376376ŋešig i₃

oiled door

377377ŋešig i₃ šeš₂

oiled door

378378ŋešig li52

panel of writing board

379379ŋešig dib

board door

380380ŋešig suḫ₄

mat door

380a380aŋešig pa-paḫ

reception room door

380b380bŋešig ba-šag₄-ga

(...) door

381381ŋešig maš-tab-ba

double door

382382ŋešig u₃-ma

victory door

383383ŋešig ul-la

door with rosettes

384384ŋešig ze₂-na

door made of date palm midribs

385385ŋešig mi-ri₂-za

plank door

386386ŋešig kan₄ tilla₂

door which is a gate to the street

387387ŋešig kan₄ e₂-gal-la

door which is a gate to the palace

388388ŋešsuku₅ ig

door pole

389389ŋešu₃ ig

door planking

390390ŋešu₄-sakar ig

crescent-shaped object of the door

391391ŋešbar-da₃ ig

crossbar of the door

392392ŋešdun₃-la₂ ig53

lower pivot of the door

393393ŋešir ig

door peg

394394ŋešsuḫub₄ ig

door bolt

394a394aŋešŠU.DI

bolt

394b394bŋeššu-ga

bolt

395395ŋešnu-kuš₂-u₃

door pivot

396396ŋešnu-kuš₂-u₃ an-na

upper door pivot

397397ŋešnu-kuš₂-u₃ ki-ta

lower door pivot

398398ŋešsaŋ-kul

bolt

399399ŋešsaŋ-kul nim-ma

upper bolt

400400ŋešeš₂ saŋ-kul

rope of the bolt

401401ŋešsaŋ-kul la₂

hung bolt

402402ŋešsi-ŋar

bolt

403403ŋešgag si-ŋar

peg of the bolt

404404ŋešsi-ŋar gu₂-e₃-a54

bolt (i.e., clasp?) of a garment

405405ŋešmud

door handle

406406ŋešgag mud

peg of the door handle

407407ŋeššerim(TAG)

type of loom

408408ŋešTAG.TUG₂

type of loom

409409ŋeškur-ra55

type of loom

410410ŋešnu-ra

type of loom

411411ŋešil₂-il₂

lever

412412ŋešbar-bar

shuttle

413413ŋeštug₂-tug₂

type of loom

414414ŋešniŋ₂-zu

stick for weaving

415415ŋešniŋ₂-gi-na

cloth beam

416416ŋešniŋ₂-menbulug₂(BULUG&BULUG)

that of the two needles, part of a loom

417417ŋeša₂-šu-du₇ tug₂-ga

equipment for (making) textile

418418ŋešga-rig₂

comb

419419ŋešga-rig₂ siki

hair comb

420420ŋešga-rig₂ saŋ-du

head comb

421421ŋešga-rig₂ pa mušen

comb made of bird feathers

421a421aŋešga-rig₂ e₂-pa-na

set of two combs

422422ŋešbalak

spindle

423423ŋeše₂ balak

box for the spindle

424424ŋešsaŋ balak

whorl of the spindle

424a424aŋešBAR? balak

(...) of the spindle

425425ŋešme-te balak

part of a spindle

426426ŋešellag

ball

427427ŋeš-ellag

a tool

428428ŋešellag

ball

429429ŋešmudla(BU)

pole

430430ŋešmadla(BU)

pole

431431ŋešmalla

a container, maybe a mortar

432432ŋešgazinbu(BU)

pole

433433ŋešsaḫar-gid₂56

agricultural tool

434434ŋeš-bu

rim

435435ŋeš-bu gima-an-sim

sieve's rim

435a435aŋeškim₃ mes

dark willow

436436ŋeš-rin₂

scales

437437ŋeš-rin₂ lub-lub-bi57

part of the scales

438438ŋeš-rin₂ gun

scales of one gun (60 pound) capacity

439439ŋeš-rin₂ ma-na

scales of (one) mina (1 pound) capacity

440440ŋeše₂ rin₂

box for scales

441441ŋešdilim₂ rin₂

balance pan

442442ŋešapin

plow

443443ŋešapin šu

manual plow

444444ŋešapin šu-du₇

fully equipped plow

445445ŋešapin šu-nu-du₇

plow which is not fully equipped

446446ŋešapin tug₂-sig₁₈58

breaking plow

447447ŋešapin saŋ e₃

plow which takes the precedence

448448ŋešapin gud limmu la₂

plow with four harnessed oxen

449449ŋešsaŋ apin

front of the plow

450450ŋešeme apin59

plow's share

451451ŋeška-šu₂ apin

part of the plow

452452ŋeššu-saŋ apin

compressor of the plow

452a452aŋešigi-ŋal₂ apin

part of the plow

453453ŋešniŋ₂-kud apin

plow's share

454454ŋešniŋ₂-ŋeštug apin

earring of the plow

455455ŋešsal-la apin

part of plow connecting team and yoke

456456ŋešgag sal-la apin

peg of the plow's part connecting the team and the yoke

457457ŋešnig apin

plow part

458458ŋešgag nig apin

peg of the plow part

459459ŋeššudul apin

yoke of the plow

460460ŋešgag šudul apin

peg of the yoke of the plow

460a460aŋešmuš apin

snake of the plow

460b460bŋešgag muš apin

nail of the snake of the plow

461461ŋešda apin

side board of the plow

461a461aŋeša₂ apin

plow's arm

462462ŋešgan apin

(...) of the plow

463463ŋešli apin

board of the plow

464464ŋešninda₂ apin

seed-funnel of the plow

465465ŋeša₂ gud apin

part of the plow attached to the side of the ox

466466ŋešan-za-am apin

vessel of the plow

467467ŋešgag sa la₂

peg secured by a rope

468468ŋešgana₂-ur₃

harrow

469469ŋešgana₂-ur₃ sar-ra

garden harrow

470470ŋešgana₂-ur₃ zu₂ gal-gal-la

large-toothed harrow

471471ŋešsa gana₂-ur₃

rope of the harrow

472472ŋešu₅ gana₂-ur₃

attachment to a harrow

473473ŋešsaŋ gana₂-ur₃

front of the harrow

474474ŋešda-an-ga

part of a plow

475475ŋešsuḫur60

goadstick

476476ŋešsuḫur gud

goadstick for an oxen

477477ŋešal

hoe

478478ŋešal zu₂

toothed hoe

479479ŋešal-šub

metal implement

480480ŋešal zu₂ min

two-toothed hoe

481481ŋešal zu₂ eš₅

three-toothed hoe

482482ŋešal zu₂ limmu

four-toothed hoe

483483ŋešu₃-šub

brick mold

484484ŋešu₃-šub ab-ba

mold for windows

485485ŋešu₃-šub šeg₁₂

brick-mold

486486ŋešu₃-šub šeg₁₂ al-ur₅-ra

mold for kiln-baked brick

487487ŋešgag du₆ ba-al-la₂

stick used for digging in tells

488488ŋešgag šum₂ ba-al-la₂

stick for uprooting bulbous vegetables

489489ŋešgag šum₂ sal-la

stick for spreading out bulbous vegetables

490490ŋešgag šum₂ šir-dili

stick for uprooting single-bulb garlic

491491ŋešzi-ri₂-gum

irrigation device

492492ŋešgu₂ zi-ri₂-gum

'neck' of the irrigation device

493493ŋešnam-nu-tar-re

irrigation device

494494ŋešI.LU

irrigation device?

495495ŋešI.DIB

irrigation device?

496496ŋeštukul

weapon

497497ŋeštukul šu

hand weapon

498498ŋeštukul ur₂-ra61

weapon carried in the belt

499499ŋeštukul kun

weapon with a tail (?)

500500ŋešmitum

a divine weapon

501501ŋeštukul gaz

slaughtering weapon

501a501aŋeštukul maḫ

great weapon

502502ŋešsaŋ tukul

front part of a weapon

503503ŋeša-ga tukul

rear part of a weapon

504504ŋešmi-tum

mace

505505ŋešmi-tum saŋ ninnu

fifty-headed mace

506506ŋešudug₂

mace

507507ŋešudug₂ saŋ ninnu

fifty-headed mace

508508ŋešdur₂

bottom board

509509ŋešdur₂ pisaŋ

basket's bottom board

510510ŋešdur₂ ab-ba

window's lower board

511511ŋešdur₂ šeg₁₂

board for making a brick

512512ŋešdur₂ šeg₁₂ al-ur₅-ra

board for making a kiln-fired brick

513513ŋešdur₂-bi -ŋar62

implement for weaving; shed stick

514514ŋešbar-bi -ŋar63

implement for weaving; leash rod

515515ŋešlid₂-ga

measuring vat

516516ŋešba-ri₂-ga

measuring container of 1 bariga capacity

517517ŋešba-an

measuring container

518518ŋešba-an ia₂ sila₃

measuring container of five liters

519519ŋešniŋ₂ min sila₃

measuring container of two liters

520520ŋeš diš sila₃

measuring container of one liter

521521ŋeš 1/2(diš) sila₃

measuring container of half liter

522522ŋeš šušana sila₃

measuring container of one-third liter

523523ŋeš šanabi sila₃

measuring container of two-thirds liter

524524ŋeš u giŋ₄

measuring container of ten shekels

525525ŋeš ia₂ giŋ₄

measuring container of five shekels

525a525aŋeš eš₅ giŋ₄

measuring container of three shekels

525b525bŋeš min giŋ₄

measuring container of two shekels

526526ŋeš diš giŋ₄

measuring container of one shekel

527527ŋešsa

net

528528ŋešsa gal

big net

529529ŋešsa sig

fine-meshed net

530530ŋešsa-ur₃-ra

a drag net

531531ŋešsa ŋeš-gi

net for use in the thicket

532532[ŋešsa-šu]--gal

type of net

533533[ŋešsa]-ḫir64

a net used to carry grain

534534[ŋešsa]-du₃

type of net

535535[ŋešsa] NI

type of net

536536ŋešḫar-mušen-na

bird snare

537537ŋešŋidru ḫar-mušen-na

stick of a bird snare

538538ŋešgur₂ ḫar-mušen-na

loop of a bird snare

539539ŋešellaŋ₂-du

trap

540540ŋešellaŋ₂-du tur-ra

small trap

541541ŋeššul ka-tar-ra

awe inspiring young man

541a541aŋeššul ḪI×AŠ₂ tur-ra

small (...) young man

542542ŋeššu-DU

...

543543ŋešigi-ŋal₂

sign, signal

544544ŋešligima(IGI.TUR.TUR)

shoot

545545ŋešligima(IGI.TUR.TUR)

shoot

546546ŋešligima(IGI.TUR.TUR)

shoot

547547ŋešdala₂(IGI.NI)

thorn

547a547aŋešdala₂(IGI.NI)

thorn

548548ŋeššukur

lance

549549ŋešza-am-ru-tum

lance

550550ŋeššu-nir

emblem, standard

551551ŋešgid₂-da

spear

551a551aŋešlugud₂-da

short wooden object

552552ŋešillar65

composite bow

552a552aŋešillar šu lugal

composite bow for the hand of a king

553553ŋešillar šub66

composite bow for felling birds

554554ŋešillar e-ba-an

double composite bow

554a554aŋešillar NUN dili

single ... composite bow

554b554bŋešillar DUs DU-a

(...) composite bow

554c554cŋešLAGAB illar

(...) of the composite bow

555555ŋešpana

bow

556556ŋeše₂-pana

quiver

557557ŋešgag-pan67

arrow tip or arrow

558558ŋešgag-si-sa₂

arrow

559559ŋešgag si

three-tip arrow

560560ŋeš-ad

trap

561561ŋešsa-ad

type of trap or net

562562ŋešlib-bi-da

ax

563563ŋešḫa-bu-da

hoe

564564ŋešigi-ŋal₂

a wooden object

565565ŋešgiŋ₄

ax

566566ŋeštun₃-sal

light hoe

567567ŋešaga

type of axe

568568ŋešaga-DUN₃g-ma

type of ax

569569ŋešaga-silig-ga

type of ax

570570ŋešaga a₂--ŋar

type of ax

571571ŋeškuš₃-e-[dim₂]

type of tool

572572ŋešKID a₂-ŋar

(...) of the axe

573573ŋešKID tukul maḫ

(...) of the great weapon

574574ŋešgi₂-dim

fork

575575ŋešgi₂-dim tur

small fork

576576ŋeš[u₄-sakar]

half wheel

577577ŋešgag [u₄-sakar]

peg of half wheel

578578ŋešni₃-sakar

agricultural tool

579579ŋešni₃-sakar burudₓ(U)-burudₓ(U)

perforated agricultural tool

580580ŋešmar

shovel

581581ŋešmar-šu

spade

582582ŋešmar ninda

trowel for bread

583583ŋešmar ninda sag₁₀

trowel for quality bread

584584ŋešmar ninda sur-ra

trowel for a half bread

585585ŋešmar im-ma

shovel for clay

586586ŋešmar-še-bad

winnowing shovel

587587ŋešmar še DU₃68

shovel for (...) grain

588588ŋešmar zabar

wooden shovel with a bronze blade

589589ŋešŠID mar

shovel's (...)

590590ŋešeme mar

shovel's blade

591591ŋeškul mar

shovel's wooden handle

592592ŋešsugin(BAD)

rotten wood

593593ŋešsugin(BAD)

rotten wood

594594ŋešsugin(BAD)

old wood

595595ŋešdag-si

wooden hook

596596ŋešdag-si e-ba-na

pair of saddle hooks

597597ŋešbalaŋ

kettledrum

598598ŋešbalaŋ-di

type of instrument

599599ŋešx-balaŋ

type of instrument

600600ŋeša₂-la₂

giant drum

601601ŋešal-ŋar

a type of drum

602602ŋešal-ŋar-sur₉

drumstick

603603ŋešsa-bi₂-tum

stringed musical instrument

604604ŋešmi-ri₂-tum69

stringed musical instrument

605605ŋešur-za-ba-bi₂-<tum>

stringed musical instrument

606606ŋešur-gu-la

musical instrument

607607ŋešḫar-ḫar

musical instrument

608608ŋešNIG₂-kinkin

(...)

609609ŋešAN [...] ŋal₂?

(...)

609a609aŋešdim₃ mar-[šu]

pole of a sledge

609b609bŋešdim₃-lu₂ma₂-[gur₈]

type of instrument

610610ŋešza₃-mi₂

lyre

611611ŋeškul za₃-mi₂

lyre's wooden handle

612612ŋešdub za₃-mi₂

sound board of the lyre

613613ŋeštigidla

string instrument

614614ŋeštigidla kaskal-la

traveling string instrument

615615ŋeštigidla sa eš₅

3 stringed instrument

616616ŋeštigidla elam-ma

string instrument from Elam

617617ŋeš-gu₃-di

musical instrument

618618ŋešdu₃-a

musical instrument

619619ŋeššu-kar₂70

musical instrument

620620ŋeššu

wooden handle

621621ŋešebir

vessel-stand

622622ŋešebir a

stand for water vessels

623623ŋešebir kaš

stand for beer vessels

624624ŋešga-an-nu-um

rack for vessels

625625ŋešga-an-nu-um a

rack for water vessels

626626ŋešga-an-nu-um ga

rack for milk vessels

627627ŋešga-an-nu-um kaš

rack for beer vessels

627a627aŋešebir dug imin-bi

stand for seven jars

628628ŋešebir gub

standing vessel-stand

629629ŋešzabar gub

stand for drinking vessels

630630ŋešma₂-gaz71

wooden slaughtering bench

631631ŋešma₂-gaz burudₓ(U)-burudₓ(U)72

perforated wooden slaughtering bench

632632ŋešin-nu-šu-gur₁₀-a

wooden chopper

633633ŋeš-pap-ḫal-la

a type of trap

634634ŋešgud-si-dili

battering ram

635635ŋešzu₂ gud-si-dili

battering ram's tooth

636636ŋešeme gud-si-dili

battering ram's tongue

637637ŋešmurgu gud-si-dili

battering ram's shoulder

638638ŋešŋešpu₂ gud-si-dili

battering ram's rim

639639ŋešze₂-na

a weapon employed during sieges

640640ŋešze₂-na maḫ

a large siege weapon

641641ŋešur₂ TUG₂

(...) wooden beam

642642ŋeš-ur₂ eš₅

tripod

643643ŋeš-ur₂ limmu

four-footed stand

644644ŋeš-ur₂ tal₂-la

stand with spread legs

645645ŋešŋisal

rudder

646646ŋešŋisal šu

rudder operated by the hand

647647ŋešŋisal ŋiri₃73

foot rudder

648648ŋeškab

wooden crook or haft

649649ŋeškab ŋir₂

haft of a dagger

649a649a[ŋeškab ŋir₂] šu-i

haft of a barber's razor

649b649b[ŋeškab ŋir₂ ad]-KID

haft of a weaver's knife

650650ŋeškab KIN-gur₄74

haft of a lancet

651651ŋeškab niŋ₂-u₂bur₂75

haft of a tool for cutting bur grass

651a651a[ŋeškab ŋir₂] muḫaldim

haft of the cook's knife

652652ŋešŋišgal

station

653653ŋešḫalba₅

bucket

654654ŋeštir ug₅-ga

dead forest

655655ŋešpa gibil ug₅-ga

dead new branch

655a655aŋešpa kud ug₅-ga

dead cut tree branch

656656ŋešninda₂

wooden seed-funnel

657657ŋešninda₂76

wooden measuring vessel

658658ŋešEN ninda₂

(...) of a wooden measuring vessel

(3 lines missing)
662662[ŋeš]ŋir₃-re

(...)

663663ŋeškur

log

664664ŋeš-kur

a type of mountain tree

665665ŋeškur

kindling wood

666666ŋešesi77

ebony

667667ŋešKAL78

type of stick

668668ŋešKAL79

type of pole or stick

669669[ŋešURI]

(...)

670670[ŋešURI]

(...)

671671[ŋešURI]

(...)

(1 line missing)
673673ŋešgi-dub

wooden stylus

674674ŋeškiri₃ gud

oxen's nose-rope

675675ŋešLUM-LUM anše

equid's nose-rope

676676ŋešdeḫi₃80

camel thorn

677677ŋešdeḫi₃

camel thorn

678678ŋešdeḫi₃

camel thorn

679679ŋešdeḫi₃ kur

camel thorn of the mountain

680680ŋešraba81

restraining device

681681ŋeš-giri₁₉

type of staff

682682ŋeškun-sigₓ(UMBIN)

bristle

683683ŋešniŋ₂-sigₓ(UMBIN)82

wooden comb

684684ŋeššaŋan-la₂

apprentice merchant

685685ŋešu₃ nu-ku?

sleepless

686686ŋeš[x]

(...)

687687ŋešx

(...)

688688ŋešur₂

wooden beam

689689ŋeš-dub

board for a wax tablet

690690ŋeš-šu

manacles

691691ŋeš-gu₂

neckstock

692692ŋešan-ti-bal gu₇-a

used up, consumed wooden sign

693693ŋešdur

balk

694694ŋešdur si

balk with a bulge

695695ŋešdur piš-piš

(...) balk

696696ŋešalam

wooden statue

697697ŋešaz

wooden bear figurine

698698ŋešpiriŋ

wooden lion figurine

699699ŋešnemur₂

wooden leopard figurine

700700ŋešur

wooden dog figurine

701701ŋešza-na

doll

702702ŋeše₂ za-na

doll house

703703ŋešnam-ra

booty

704704ŋešša-u₁₈-ša

lance

705705ŋešar-gibil₂83

half door

706706ŋeš šu-niŋin₂-na

(the list of) trees and wooden objects in their totality

707707dnisaba za₃-mi₂

Praise be to Nisaba

1N. Miller and A. Gadotti, "The KHALUB-tree in Mesopotamia: Myth or Reality?" in FS G. Hillman (2009).

2see Postgate, BSA 3 130f.

3for the identification, see discussion of Powell BSA 6 106f.

4Steinkeller Mesopotamian Civilizations 4: 59-60; Postgate RLA 9 634.

5Postgate RLA 9 634.

6See Sturm AoF 35.

7Sources universally give bur, not bur₂ as in later versions. The Akkadian translations niplu, ziqpu, šitlu occur in later versions.

8See the discussion of Heimpel ZA 77: 57.

9See Postgate BSA 3 119f.

10Powell BSA 6 102f.

11Sallaberger apud Attinger ZA 95: 250-251 doubts that the verb can mean "to strip bark" as suggested by the Akkadian qalāpu, but his argument is unconvincing.

12The variant il would seem to preclude the reading alan, "statue".

13Reading BAD as mud₂ ("blood," i.e., "sap") is uncertain; see CAD šupuhru.

14Powell BSA 3 149f. for this and the following line.

15Postgate BSA 6 182 doubts "white cedar," and suggests another species of juniper, or fir.

16Volk RlA 10 287.

17Volk RlA 10 287.

18The translations mar-ru, "bitter", and iṣ-ku-ra-ri/as-qu-la-lu are given in later ur₅-ra.

19Cf. later ur₅-ra which inserts u₄-hi-in after ŋešnimbar, and for the process, Landsberger p. 53.

20See Volk RlA 10: 287.

21See Landsberger Date Palm 34 for distinction between peš (still growing frond) and pa (full-grown and drying frond)

22Landsberger Date Palm 27 and 29. Landsberger uses the word "spine" here because of mur₇, but he doesn't mean spine in the sense that it is used for the sharp lower leaflets of the frond, for which see l. 88 above.

23See Volk RlA 10: 286.

24See the note to 52d.

25according to Wilcox, BSA 6 8, there are only three other poplars besides P. euphratica that may have been in ancient Western Asia. If our lines 106f. are different species of poplar, they should be two of those three (P. alba, P. nigra, P. tremula).

26Later ur₅-ra tradition understands this entry as a type of tree.

27For the signs in 111f., see Veldhuis EEN 170; for the translations, see the discussion in CAD s.v. eddetu.

28For a substantive /guruš/, see Attinger ELS 521f.. This entry is translated with several Akkadian translations (kuṣimu, "bent stick", kisittu "branches," and (a)šarmadu, "medicinal plant) in later ur₅-ra.

29This corresponds to later {ŋeš}saŋ-guru₅-uš.

30This term occurs in Silver and Copper 54.

31This is an allograph of an-ti-bal (entry 317); see MSL 5 152:24f.

32The Middle Babylonian source CBS 4598 (PBS 12, 17; P229277) has {kuš}ka-du₃-a

33also in 164; here because of Magan and Meluhha in preceding lines?

34CAD s.v. arattû translates "excellent." Although the Akk. is only attested from SB on, the Sum. possibly had that meaning already in OB, since Aratta was not an actual place (like Magan and Meluhha above), but only a far-away land known from Sum. literature.

35the contrast between ki uš2 and silim in the next line suggests that a contrast death/health is intended. In the later Ura tradition, ki uš2 becomes ki us2 (2 occurrences, in Ura 4:78 and 91), and silim-ma of the following line becomes IM-ma-la2 (Ura 4:90).

36The term niŋ₂-gu-la also has an administrative meaning (excess?) corresponding to Akk. niggulû: (OBTR 141 (P 123076), Amherst 106 (P 100945), MVN 19 117 (P 120205), also Šulgi X 124 (= majesty).

37Ur4-ma is reinterpreted as urim{ki}-ma in later tradition.

38Compare the more extensive sections featuring emerah in Emar 6/4 544: 99'f., Hh 4 209f.

39Cf. {ŋeš}u₃ {ŋeš}har-ra keš₂-keš₂-ra₂-zu-u₃ "your planks fastened with rings", Klein, Studies Artzi 102:16.

40The variance of gur with the typical gur8, which is encountered later in the text, is difficult to explain.

41See Civil Wilcke FS 81-82.

42See Attinger ELS 464-465.

43See Kutscher ASJ 5: 62.

44See Cohen, Cultic Calendars 231-232.

45A boat of Enlil in later ur5-ra tradition.

46Is /zipah/ a unit of length here (syllabic occurences rare)?

47Variant peš-eš₂

48See M. Guichard, NABU 1994.31.

49For mud on vehicles, see P. Steinkeller, Ir 52 22.

50Phonetic variant of the previous line.

51van de Mieroop Crafts in the Early Isin Period (1987) 143 translates this term as a chariot or cart.

52See Parpola JNES 42: 2.

53Translated with Akkadian pisannu, "door socket."

54Compare Nabnitu G 87 (MSL 16: 128).

55Note also {ŋeš}kur4-ra = is,i kura Emar 6/4 72 246' (Emar) and {ŋeš}ku-ra (Ugarit).

56Akkadian argugu; see Veldhuis EEN 121-122.

57This term is mentioned by Civil FI 150.

58See Civil FI 76-77.

59Civil, FI 77

60See Civil Biggs FS 30.

61Compare the expanded expression tukul...ur2-ra...la2 that occurs in Dumuzi's Dream 125 and Inana's Descent 292. Two sources have ur3 (compare Inana and Ebih 20).

62The entry is translated kiskirru elû ("upper board") in Nabnitu 25 (K 2039 = P394154); see also the entries {ŋeš}dur₂ an-ta (upper board) and {ŋeš}dur₂ ki-ta (lower board) in Emar (P271911) and Ugarit that seem to replace lines 513-514 of the present text. Once the vertical loom was introduced the shed stick became the "upper stick." See CUSAS 3, 635 (among parts of a loom) and the discussion by Waetzoldt CUSAS 6, 411.

63For {ŋeš}bar-bi eš₂-ŋar see CUSAS 3, 635 (among parts of a loom) and the discussion by Waetzoldt CUSAS 6, 411.

64See Cavigneaux and al-Rawi ZA 85: 34.

65Civil JCS 52: n. 20 suggests that the illar was a composite bow. See also Groneberg RA 81: 115-124, 82: 71-73.

66Compare the context of Ningublaga A 29.

67See Civil JCS 55: 52.

68Perhaps read henbur?

69See Civil ARES 4: 100, who translates "Mari drum."

70See Veldhuis, EEN 187, who notes that it may also be the general word for tool.

71Veldhuis, EEN 188

721997 Niek Veldhuis, EEN 188

73Ura 4 416 reads {ŋeš}ŋisal anše (rather than ŋiri₃; see K 02016a+ = P289805). Context seems to require a reading ŋiri₃ here. It is assumed that the line was misread somewhere in its history of transmission.

74Compare the bulug-KIN-gur4 of OB Ur5-ra Nippur division 2 551.

75Compare the niŋ2-{u2}bur2{zabar} of OB Ur5-ra Nippur division 2 561.

76na-man-du and su-u2-tum in Hh B II 104.

77Emar 6/4 503'

78Emar 6/4 504'

79Emar 6/4 505'

80See Molina and Such-Gutierrez JNES 63: 12. Note translations in Emar version as discussed by Veldhuis EEN 108-109.

81See Civil Hallo FS: 74.

82See Veldhuis JAOS 120: 391.

83The word is related to Akkadian arkabinnu; see Emar version.