Sumer

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See also: Sümer

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From the Akkadian [script needed] (Šumer), in Assyriology since the 1870s (French sumérien since 1872). Compare Shumer, Sumir.

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Sumer

  1. Earliest known civilization of the ancient Near East (4th to 3rd millennia BC), located in lower Mesopotamia.

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Czech[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

Dutch[edit]

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Sumer ?

  1. Sumer

Finnish[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

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French[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

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German[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

Italian[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

Norwegian[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

Polish[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer

Romanian[edit]

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Sumer n

  1. Sumer

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /sǔmeːr/
  • Hyphenation: Su‧mer

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Sùmēr m (Cyrillic spelling Су̀ме̄р)

  1. Sumer

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Swedish[edit]

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Sumer

  1. Sumer