π’€­π’†—

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Akkadian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian π’€­π’†— (dlammar /lammar/)

Logogram[edit]

π’€­π’†— β€’ (dLAMMA)

  1. Sumerogram of lamassum (β€œa lamassu protective spirit”)

Sumerian[edit]

Signs in this term
π’€­ π’†—

Etymology[edit]

From π’€­ (d, determinative for deities) +‎ π’†— (lammar, β€œtutelary deity”).

Noun[edit]

π’€­π’†— β€’ (dlammar, dlamaβ‚‚, dlamma /lammar/)

  1. a lammar deity, a lamassu (a female tutelary deity, good genie, guardian spirit, corresponding to the Akkadian lamassum)
    Coordinate term: (male counterpart) π’€­π’†˜ (dalad /alad/)

References[edit]

  • β€œπ’€­π’†— (lammar)” in ePSD2