By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the college of Chicago, quantity thirteen, Q edited through Martha T Roth xxiv + 332p (Oriental Institute, 1982)
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46 and ZA 52 110 n. 38, Nougayrol, Syria 33 159 n. 3. ), cf. ibid. ) see labaru. Landsberger, MAOG 4 306 and n. 5; Romer Konigshymnen p. 271. ; tendon of the neck, neck; OB, MA, SB; wr. syll. (la-a-ba-ni necks (of my soldiers) AKA 53 iii 45, Tigl. GTf. sa. AKA 53 iii 45 (Tigl. I). c) neck: ki kunukki ina li-ba-ni-ka taktar argu you put it like a seal around your neck bal = la-ba-nu Hh. [gu] = [la-ba-nu] = [jer]-'-a-nu ki4adi Hg. sa. dah = la-ba-nu Nabnitu Ebeling Parfiimrez. pl. ) 7, see Or. NS 22 33 E 194ff.
26 (Kedorlaomer text). VAB 4 72 i 51, The stem labsu is attested as a finite verb note the elaboration: only in Gilg. P. iii 26 (perhaps to be emended papdha DN ... sippusu sigarusu u giskanak kiZu hjurdsai4-a-al-bi-iS ibid. ); erene dannuti hurasa i4-a-al-bi-is-ma ana sulul ... uSatris ibid. ; paissr takne ... hurdsa namri 4-Sa-al-bi-is ibid. ), cf. (said of a table) esmard ebbu iz-albi KAV 171:7 and 25 (Sin-Aar-iskun); mus ui-ga-al-bi-iS-ma hbuSd ert ... tiri kaspi ebbi ... ), cf. muBhude sdriri zi-Sal-big ibid.
Iii 38, and passim in this text and dupl. BI DU1 0 -ab KAR 178 i 25, dupl. ). gig. , see lamastu lex. section. a) 256:12 (Shalm. III), cf. enima bitu i u-salba-ru-ma ennahu AOB 1 124 iv 38, cf. ibid. 136 r. 16 (Shalm. I), 70 r. 11, 72:33, 78 r. 6, AfO 5 92:43 (Adn. I), Weidner Tn. 16 No. 7:61, 20 No. 10:29, also 55 No. 60:11 (Assur-res-isi I), AfO 18 344:46, 353:91, AfO 19 143:37 (Tigl. I), Scheil Tn. II r. 61; for other refs. see andhu A mng. 3a. in enumerations of evil demons: lamatu la-ba-su ahhazu ASKT p.