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1. to be or become new, fresh, 2. udduSu to renew, 3. utedduSu to renew oneself; from OA, OB on; I idis, 1/2, 1/3, II, 11/2, II/3 passim in mng. 2a; wr. syll. and GIBIL; cf. , cf. gumma Sin MAN ikludma ittiSu ittentu sI sI i-dir if the moon reaches the sun and walks side by side with him (explanation:) horn meets horn 1. : tediqu Sipa aj iddima e-de-Sq li-dis let his garment have no crease and be always new Gilg. XI 246 and 255; ema ITI ina i-te- ana pansa ed-ra-at (var. ) from you (Sin) when you renew yourself every the front is ....

Esp. , 262, 285 n. 120; ad mng. 4: Meissner BAW 1 45 n. 1; ad mng. 2c-e: Cardascia Archives des Muras 73f. izuzzu OB*; MDP 22 128:9; ina e-bu-ri issid idda at the time of the harvest he will reap and thresh MDP 23 278:7, cf. ibid. 281:9. 4. ) against me CT 36 4 ii 11 (OB, Asduni-erim); hurdsa ... inanna hamutta ina libbi EBUR anni lu ina Dumizi lu ina Abi Acbilam send me the gold quickly, now, within this summer, either in the month Tammuz or in the month Ab EA 4:38 (MB), cf. ibid. a 5 ITI ultu ITI MN *ebuirf (fem.

Cf. ZA 43 63:207. fi-r[u] a) said of doors and gates - 1' edelu: dalta ina paniSu e-te-di-li §unu hurrate ina libbi dalte uptalligu he locked himself up away from him, (but) they bored holes in the door KAR 143 r. ); emurguma sabitu e-te-dil [dalassa] baba e-tedil-ma e-te-dil [sickkiri] ... mind tamuri [Sa te-di-li dalatki] bibki te-di-l[i te-di-li sikku]ri when the tavern-keeper saw him (Gilgames) she locked her door, she locked her gate, she shot the bolts - what did you see that you have locked your door, locked your gate, shot the bolts ?

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