List of words: A–Z

  • A
    • abāru (Verb) "to accuse; to surround; to denounce (a person)"
    • ana (Preposition) "to, for, in order to"
    • awīlam (Noun form) Masculine Singular Accusative of awīlu "man"
    • awīlim (Noun form) Masculine Singular Genitive of awīlu "man"
    • awīlu (Noun) Masculine "man; social class of men"
    • awīlum (Noun form) Masculine Singular Nominative of awīlu "man"
  • B
    • buru (Noun) "measurement for area; land area"
  • D
    • dâku (Verb) "to kill; to beat, strike; to fight (each other)"
  • E
    • eli (Preposition) "against, on; more than"
    • elīšu (Preposition form) of eli "against" + -šu "his"
    • entim (Noun form) Feminine Singular Genitive of entu "high priestess"
    • entu (Noun) Feminine "high priestess; woman; a class of women"
    • entum (Noun form) Feminine Singular Nominative of entu "high priestess"
  • I
    • iddâk (N-Stem Durative Verb form) 3rd Person Common Singular of dâku "to kill"
    • iddīma (G-Stem Preterite Verb form) 3rd Person Common Singular of nâdu "to lay down" + -ma "and"
    • ilkam (Noun form) Masculine Singular Accusative of ilku "state service"
    • ilkim (Noun form) Masculine Singular Genitive of ilku "state service"
    • ilku (Noun) Masculine "state service; duty; work done for the state in exchange for land"
    • ilkum (Noun form) Masculine Singular Nominative of ilku "state service"
    • ina (Preposition) "in, on, onto"
  • K
    • kânu (Verb) "to be firm; to provide proof; to convict; to establish"
    • kišpī (Noun form) Masculine Plural Genitive–Accusative of kišpū "sorcery"
    • kišpū (Noun) Masculine Plural Nominative "sorcery, witchcraft; evil; spell"
    • kur (Noun form) Singular of kurru "measurement of capacity"
    • kurrī (Noun form) Plural Genitive–Accusative of kur "measurement of capacity"
    • kurru (Noun) "measurement of capacity; unit of capacity;"
  • L
    • (negation Particle) "not, no, nor; (negation)"
    • libbi (Noun form) Masculine of libbu "heart"
    • libbiša (Noun form) Masculine Singular of libbu "heart"
    • libbu (Noun) Masculine "heart, desire; mind; midst"
    • libbū (Noun form) Masculine Plural Nominative of libbu "heart"
  • M
    • -ma (enclitic Particle) "and; but; (used to stress single words)"
    • manā (Noun form) of manû "mina (c. 480 grams / 1 pound)"
    • manû (Noun) "mina (c. 480 grams / 1 pound); unit of measurement for weight"
    • mubbiršu (Verb form) Singular Nominative of mubbiru "accuser" + -šu "his"
    • mubbiru (Verb form) Singular Nominative of abāru "to accuse"
    • mušaru (Noun) "measurement for surface area; land surface area"
    • muškēnam (Noun form) Masculine Singular Accusative of muškēnu "commoner"
    • muškēnim (Noun form) Masculine Singular Genitive of muškēnu "commoner"
    • muškēnu (Noun) Masculine "commoner; worker; poor man"
    • muškēnum (Noun form) Masculine Singular Nominative of muškēnu "commoner"
  • N
    • nadītu (Noun) Feminine "temple priestess; childless woman; a class of women"
    • nadītum (Noun form) Feminine Singular Nominative of nadītu "temple priestess"
    • nâdu (Verb) "to lay down, throw down; neglect"
    • nērtam (Noun form) Singular Accusative of nērtu "murder"
    • nērtu (Noun) Singular Nominative "murder; killing"
  • Š
    • -šu (possessive suffix Pronoun) 3rd Person Masculine Singular Genitive–Accusative "his; him"
    • ša (relative Particle) "(introduces relative clause or epithet); who, whom; s/he who"
    • šiqlu (Noun) "shekel (1/60 mina); measurement for weight"
    • šugītam (Noun form) Feminine Singular Accusative of šugītu "priestess"
    • šugītim (Noun form) Feminine Singular Genitive of šugītu "priestess"
    • šugītu (Noun) Feminine Singular Nominative "priestess; a class of women"
    • šugītum (Noun form) Feminine Singular Nominative of šugītu "priestess"
    • šumma (conditional Particle) "if; whether"
  • S
    • sekretim (Noun form) Feminine Singular Genitive of sekretu "cloistered woman"
    • sekretu (Noun) Feminine "cloistered woman; priestess; a class of women"
    • sekretum (Noun form) Feminine Singular Nominative of sekretu "cloistered woman"
  • U

Citation

Dedović, B. "A to Z - eHammurabi." OMNIKA Foundation, 30 Jan. 2024, ehlaw.org/dictionary/atoz. [Accessed 17 Jun. 2024]

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Dedović, B. (2024, January 30). A to Z - eHammurabi. OMNIKA Foundation. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/atoz

APA 7

Dedović, Boban. "A to Z - eHammurabi." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Created January 30, 2024. Modified January 30, 2024. Accessed June 17, 2024. https://ehlaw.org/dictionary/atoz.

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Bibliography

Huehnergard, John. A Grammar of Akkadian (Third Edition). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2011.

HAG3

Lauffenburger, Olivier. "AAF Assyrian Dictionary." France: Association Assyrophile de France. Accessed August 28, 2023. https://www.assyrianlanguages.org. [Visit]

AAF

OMNIKA Foundation Contributors. "OMNIKA: Digital Mythology Library & Search Engine." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation, accessed November 14, 2023. https://omnika.org. [Visit]

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PsyLng

Richardson, Mervyn E.J. A Comprehensive Grammar to Hammurabi's Stele. Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2014.

CGHS

Richardson, Mervyn E.J. Hammurabi's Laws: Text, Translation and Glossary. New York, NY: T & T Clark International, 2004.

RHL

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