π’Œ“

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Assyrian cuneiform U12313 MesZL 596.svg
𒌓 U+12313, 𒌓
CUNEIFORM SIGN UD
← 𒌒
[U+12312]
Cuneiform 𒌔 β†’
[U+12314]

Translingual[edit]

Cuneiform sign[edit]

π’Œ“ Sign Number
MZL 596
Deimel 381
HZL 316

Derived signs[edit]

References[edit]

  • R. Borger, Mesopotamisches Zeichenlexikon (MZL), MΓΌnster (2003)
  • A. Deimel, Ε umerisches Lexikon (Deimel), Rome (1947)
  • Chr. RΓΌster, E. Neu, Hethitisches Zeichenlexikon (HZL), Wiesbaden (1989)

Akkadian[edit]

Sign values[edit]

Sign π’Œ“
Sumerograms BABBAR, UD, UTU, Uβ‚„
Phonetic values liαΈ«, par, pir, tam, ud/ut/uαΉ­, αΈ«iΕ‘

Etymology 1[edit]

Orthographic borrowing from Sumerian π’Œ“ (ud, β€œsun, day”).

Logogram[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (Uβ‚„, UD, UTU)

  1. Sumerogram for Ε‘amΕ‘um (β€œsun”)
  2. Sumerogram for Ε«mum (β€œday”)

Etymology 2[edit]

From the first sign of π’Œ“π’Ί (e₃ /ed/, β€œto go out”).

Logogram[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (UD)

  1. (Middle Babylonian, personal names) Sumerogram of waαΉ£Γ»m (β€œto go out”)

Sumerian[edit]

Alternative forms of
/babbar/
π’Œ“π’Œ“ (babbarβ‚‚, bar₆-bar₆)

Etymology 1[edit]

Verb[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (babbar)

  1. to be white

See also[edit]

Colors in Sumerian Β· 𒍨 (zibβ‚‚ /zib/) (layout Β· text)
     π’Œ“ (babbar)           π’ˆͺ (giggi)
             π’‹œ (suβ‚„ /su/), 𒁱 (daraβ‚„ /dara/)              π’‹œ (suβ‚„ /su/), 𒁱 (daraβ‚„ /dara/)              π’…Š (sig₇ /sig/)
                          π’…Š (sig₇ /sig/)             
                                       𒍝𒆳 (za-gin₃ /zagin/)
                          π’„­π’ˆ¨π’• (αΈ«e-me-da /αΈ«emeda/)             

Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (uβ‚„, ud, utu /ud/)

  1. sun
  2. day
    • ~C17th BCE, The Flood story, Segment D, lines 1-6:
      π’…Žπ’…†π’Œ¨π’…Žπ’…†π’Œ¨π’…Žπ’‹›π’‹›π’……π’†•π’€€π’‰π’Œ¨π’‰π’‰Œπ’» π’„€π’Œ
      π’€€π’ˆ π’Š’π’Œ‹π’…—π’†π’…—π’‚΅π’€π’€­π’•π’€Šπ’ƒ‘π’‚Š
      π’Œ“π’Œπ’€€π’€­π’ˆͺπ’…“π’€€π’€­
      π’€€π’ˆ π’Š’π’Œ¦π’ˆ π’€π’ƒ‘π’Šπ’‹«
      π’„‘π’ˆ£π’†Έπ’†Έπ’€€π’ƒ²π’†·π’…Žπ’…†π’Œ¨π’…†π’Œ¨π’‡§π’‡§π’€€π’‹«
      π’€­π’Œ“π’„Ώπ’…Žπ’ˆ π’Šπ’Œ“π’Ίπ’€­π’† π’€€π’Œ“π’‚·π’‚·
      im-αΈ«ul-im-αΈ«ul tum₉si-si-ig du₃-a-bi teΕ‘β‚‚-bi i₃-sugβ‚‚-ge-eΕ‘
      a-ma-ru ugu kab dugβ‚„-ga ba-an-da-ab-ur₃-e
      ud imin-am₃ gΜƒi₆ imin-am₃
      a-ma-ru kalam-ma ba-ur₃-ra-ta
      g̃iőma₂ gur₄-gur₄ a gal-la im-ḫul tuku₄-tuku₄-a-ta
      dutu i-im-ma-ra-e₃ an ki-a ud gΜƒaβ‚‚-gΜƒaβ‚‚
      After the flood had swept over the land, and waves and windstorms had rocked the huge boat for seven days and seven nights, Utu the sun god came out, illuminating heaven and earth.
  3. heat
  4. a fever
  5. summer
Derived terms[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (utu /Utu/)

  1. Alternative form of π’€­π’Œ“ (dutu /Utu/)

Etymology 3[edit]

Alternative forms of
/zalag/
π’‚Ÿ (zalagβ‚‚)
π’ˆœ (zalag₃)

Verb[edit]

π’Œ“ β€’ (zalag)

  1. to be pure
  2. to be bright, shine

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • β€œπ’Œ“ (babbar)” in ePSD2
  • β€œπ’Œ“ (ud)” in ePSD2
  • β€œπ’Œ“ (Utu)” in ePSD2
  • β€œπ’Œ“ (zalag)” in ePSD2

Further reading[edit]

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