gag [NAIL] (N)

696 instances

gag [NAIL] N (696x) Early Dynastic IIIa, Early Dynastic IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Old Babylonian, Middle Assyrian, Middle Babylonian, Neo-Assyrian, Neo-Babylonian, Hellenistic, Uncertain, unknown wr. Ε‹eΕ‘gag; gag; urudgag; gugag; ga; gaggu; gagzabar; ka-akgag; gigag "nail, peg, point, stud; arrowhead; a part of the rib"

[1] 𒄑𒆕 Ε‹eΕ‘ gag
[2] 𒆕 gag
[3] 𒍏𒆕 urud gag
[4] 𒄖𒆕 gu gag
[5] π’‚΅ ga
[6] 𒆕𒄖 gag gu
[7] π’†•π’Œ“π’…—π’‡ gag zabar
[8] 𒅗𒀝𒆕 ka-akgag
[9] 𒄀𒆕 gi gag
+ --ga=g.a (1x/0%).
PC ED IIIa ED IIIb Ebla OAkk Lag II Ur III OB Post-OB (unknown)
[1] 1 40 8 64 148 82 4
[2] 2 50 21 10 74 48 44
[3] 1 19 12 39 8 6 1
[4] 6
[5] 4
[6] 1
[7] 1
[8] 1
[9] 1

29 distinct forms attested; click to view forms table.

Attested in the following periods:

Early Dynastic IIIa (9x/1%)

Early Dynastic IIIb (91x/13%)

Old Akkadian (48x/7%)

Lagash II (22x/3%)

Ur III (177x/25%)

Old Babylonian (210x/30%)

Middle Assyrian (5x/1%)

Middle Babylonian (64x/9%)

Neo-Assyrian (48x/7%)

Neo-Babylonian (13x/2%)

Hellenistic (4x/1%)

Uncertain (2x/0%)

unknown (3x/0%)

Senses:

Akk. sikkatu; Ε«αΉ£u.

Pronunciation Data

Bases with phonetic glosses:

gugag; gaggu; ka-akgag.

Continuation graphemes:

-ga=g.a.

Lexical Attestations:

Phrase Data

Bibliography

[2012] P. Paoletti, BPOA 10, 157.

[2010] Schrakamp, Krieger und Waffen 101-110.

[2008] M. Civil, ED Practical Vocabulary A 16.

[2008] P. Steinkeller, Studies Sigrist 190 n15

[1987] P. Steinkeller, AOS 68 92-93.

[1968] M. Civil, JAOS 88 10-13.

Word ID: o0027641; Citation URL: http://oracc.org/epsd2/o0027641; version 2.4 (built 2021-06-21)