By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the college of Chicago, quantity thirteen, Q edited by way of Martha T Roth xxiv + 332p (Oriental Institute, 1982)
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37:5, cf. ibid. ), note: ina nurika namri lula-ab-bi-ir tallakka ibid. 232 ii 10, lu-lab-bi-ir manzaza ibid. ); [i]na mahri kunu qerbudunu atalluku lu-la-ab-bi-ir ana ddrdti may I live on forever walking to and fro in them (the streets of Babylon) before you (the gods) ibid. 196 No. 29:7; RN liblut lu-la-ab-bi-ir zanin Esagila May-Nebuchadnezzar -Live -May-the -Caretaker-of- EsagilaLast (name of a palace) ibid. 120 iii 28; the survival of Mitanni KBo 1 3 r. 22, parallel ibid. 1 r. 75 (treaty), cf.
DLa-ba-tu = 14-tar 9a lallarate CT 24 41:83 (list of gods), of. ] CT 25 17 ii 22. ), cf. la-ba-tu In-nin-na PBS 1/1 2:54; sipiZtu Syria 33 18 ii 3. lab(var. la)-bi-is ta: dannin you will become as strong as a lion labbu A lababu B. la-ab-bat Igigi mukanniSat ili Sabsiti the famous one, the lioness among the Igigi, who subdues the angry gods STC 2 pl. 77:31, see Ebeling Handerhebung 132, cf. *; cf. gisimmar. a, gil. libis. Craig ABRT 2 16:15, [.. : taigap hXepe p~opato first entry) Hh. ; gis. libis.
19 (NB kudurru). cf. matima ana la-bar imi BBSt. No. 2:9 (MB), and passim in kudurrus; ahratas nie la-ba-ris(var. -ri-is) ume until future generations, in days to come En. el. e) referring to the past: ahritis mi la-baVII 133; la-ba-risime ina mil kissati temensu ri-is bitim in the course of time when this la enesi askuppat pili rabbdti asurr~uu uas: temple has been standing a long time AAA 19 Kira I set up big slabs of limestone around 105 iii 12 (Samsi-Adad I); la-ba-ri iume temenSa its foundation walls so that in the course of enisma as time passed, its foundation became time its foundation should not become weak OIP 2 128:43, parallel ibid.
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago by Martha T. Roth