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By Douglas B. Miller

Students of Akkadian will locate this convenient selection of uncomplicated details to be the right spouse via their years of analysis. even though this instruction manual isn't really a substitute for a standard reference works, it summarizes all of the easy source fabrics wanted for the learn of Akkadian. incorporated are the next: miscellaneous is helping, paradigms of nouns and verbs, a word list of vital right nouns, an index of logograms, an indication record with entire signal values, and lots more and plenty extra.

What is new during this revised and elevated edition:

— An elevated checklist of universal abbreviations
— an intensive bibliography of significant reference works in ten different types, together with websites
— half One: extra and extra thorough lists, together with dialect details for conjunctions, prepositions, and particles
— half : extra nominal and verbal paradigms
— half 3: word list extended and up-to-date, content material completely documented and cross-referenced
— half 4: extended record of logograms
— half 5: entire record of photo indicators as present in Borger s Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon, tagged by way of his new numbering approach, and cross-referenced to the Deimel method; signal details aligned with MZL for logographic values and with MZL and Das akkadische Syllabar for syllabic values; image signal pictures now integrated with the checklist of determinatives; new indexes
— Can now be used along all significant grammars of Akkadian
— A extra beautiful format
— All facts checked opposed to the newest released reference works

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Verb, If only . . Bogh l . . l . . were it that . . or that . . , Why! (expressing doubt, disbelief); indeed, verily; thus (introducing or continuing direct speech); this means (introducing an explanatory remark)—OAkk, OA, OB, Mari, MB, Bogh, Ug, MA, SB, NA, NB (interj) now, please (or the like)—OB (interr) Why? —Am, WSem. —OAkk on (interr and adv) (immatima, immatimê, NA, NB matime) (in questions) at any time, ever; (in pos. ) never; (in the past) always, whenever; (in the future) forever, at any time—OA, OB on; log.

Minsu 82. minu 83. mīnu 84. miššam 85. miššum 86. mu 87. muk 88. mūnu 89. nisbat 90. nuk 91. šumma 92. šummaman 93. tukumma 94. tuša(ma) 95. ūʾa 96. ul 97. ūl(a) 98. ula 99. ulaman 100. uli 101. ulla 102. ulla/u/û 103. ullalla 104. ulnu 105. umma 106. uzum Part One: Helps (interr) What is it that? —Am; WSem. word (interr and rel. ) (mīnum, minû, mīna, mīnam, mīni, mīnim, mīnumma, mīnamma, mīnammi, mīnimma, mīnimmi, min) What? Why? What for? For what reason? (w/ina) With what? (immīnê) By what means?

Mannim mīnim acc. mannam mīnam dat. šuāšim, šâši/um šuāšim, šâti, šiāšim šunūšim šināšim? C. 2. Verbal Paradigms A. The Sound Verb A1. The Sound Verb: G-stem Durative a-u a lexical parāsum ṣabātum 3cs* iparras iṣabbat 2ms taparras taṣabbat 2fs taparrasī taṣabbatī 1cs aparras aṣabbat 3mp 3fp 2cp 1cp i paqādum ipaqqid tapaqqid tapaqqidī apaqqid u rapādum irappud tarappud tarappudī arappud Subj parāsum iparrasu taparrasu taparrasī aparrasu Ventive parāsum iparrasam taparrasam taparrasīm aparrasam iparrasū iparrasā taparrasā niparras iṣabbatū iṣabbatā taṣabbatā niṣabbat ipaqqidū ipaqqidā tapaqqidā nipaqqid irappudū irappudā tarappudā nirappud iparrasū iparrasā taparrasā niparrasu iparrasūnim iparrasānim taparrasānim niparrasam Perfect 3cs* 2ms 2fs 1cs iptaras taptaras taptarsī aptaras iṣṣabat taṣṣabat taṣṣabtī aṣṣabat iptaqid taptaqid taptaqdī aptaqid irtapud tartapud tartapdī artapud iptarsu taptarsu taptarsī aptarsu iptarsam taptarsam taptarsīm aptarsam 3mp 3fp 2cp 1cp iptarsū iptarsā taptarsā niptaras iṣṣabtū iṣṣabtā taṣṣabtā niṣṣabat iptaqdū iptaqdā taptaqdā niptaqid irtapdū irtapdā tartapdā nirtapud iptarsū iptarsā taptarsā niptarsu iptarsūnim iptarsānim taptarsānim niptarsam Preterite 3cs* 2ms 2fs 1cs iprus taprus taprusī aprus iṣbat taṣbat taṣbatī aṣbat ipqid tapqid tapqidī apqid irpud tarpud tarpudī arpud iprusu taprusu taprusī aprusu iprusam taprusam taprusīm aprusam 3mp 3fp 2cp 1cp iprusū iprusā taprusā niprus iṣbatū iṣbatā taṣbatā niṣbat ipqidū ipqidā tapqidā nipqid irpudū irpudā tarpudā nirpud iprusū iprusā taprusā niprusu iprusūnim iprusānim taprusānim niprusam * In OB poetry (rarely), in N/LB (occasionally), and in Assyrian (generally) there is a separate 3fs form that is identical to the 2ms form.

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