By Gregorio Del Olmo Lete, G Del Olmo Lete, J Sanmartmn, Gregorio Delolmo Lete, Joaquin Sanmartin, W G E Watson, Wilfred Watson
Because the mid-twentieth century Ugaritic reviews has witnessed an important elevate of edited texts. clearly, yet scattered in several courses, even as large advances were made in epigraphy, grammatical research and lexicography. the present dictionary is an up-to-date and significantly augmented English variation – ready by way of W.G.E. Watson – of G. Del Olmo Lete and J. Sanmart?n, Diccionario de l. a. lengua ugaritica. It systematically brings jointly all insights received thus far, and offers solutions to various latest lexical difficulties via making use of new thoughts of lexicographical research, and whilst drawing from conclusions reached in different branches of Semitic philology. The paintings is an entire stock of phrases (morphemes) and meanings, affixes and correct names of Ugarit as studied up to now. With isolexemes, complete bibliographical references and translations in context. a real, glossy and fundamental key to realizing Ugarit.
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Hitt. ) up(pa)- '(her)schicken'; > OAss. ubadinnum, Matouš ArOr 47 1979 38: 'Menschengruppe einheimischer Personen, die auf einem Gemeingut arbeiten'; cf. AHw 1423: upatinnu. Cf. Márquez Ilku 280 n. 717; cf. Güterbock Oriens 10 1957 360; Rainey JNES 24 1965 18 n. 24; Heltzer RCAU 67ff; IOKU 23 ff; JNSL 9 1982 71ff; BAfO 19 1982 112ff; UF 19 1987 446 n. 1; diff: Gray ZAW 64 1952 51-55: 'perpetual grant', Arab. îabadī; cf. Renfroe AULS 77). ¶ Forms: sg. ubdy, pi. ubdym, cstr. ubdy. 103:1; cf. mrynm, In.
Pentiuc, West Semitic Vocabulary in the Akkadian Texts from Emar, Winona Lake 2001. )a/i/u i (I) intern adv. " (Hb. ; Akk. ai, AHw 23; CAD A/1 220; Ebla cf. PN a-(DN), Fronzaroli ARES 1 12; cf. Krebernik PET 70. Cf. iy cf. Gibson CML 142; Loewenstamm IEJ 15 1965 128 n. : Albright, BASOR 94 1944 31; Mustafa AcOrHun 29 1975 103; Badre etc. ', Arab. iy, Akk. /; Driver CML 133; Rin AE 44, 198: neg. particle 'no(t)', Ph. y Akk. ai, ê). ¶ Forms: i. 14 IV 38; in bkn ctx. 5 IV 6-7. i (II) interj. " (Hb.
16 I 44; cf. 360:3; cf. in bkn ctx. 218:2. Unc. ctx. 11:8. 2. 64:2. 24:13. Cf. adn (II), adnfrn, adnnîm, adnsdq, adt, iladn, mradn. adn (II) PN (Sem. Cf. Grøndahl PTU 50, 89f; Berger W O 5 1969/70 276; Rainey Or 56 1987 393). Cf. ïdn (IV). 418]:7. idn n. m. ) (Arab. Pidn, Lane 42f; Dietrich - Loretz - Sanmartín UF 6 1974 472; cf. De Moor JNES 24 1965; Verreet UF 18 1986 378; diff: Dietrich - Loretz UF 16 1984 354: Terrnin', Akk. adānu, (î)edānir, cf. Renfroe AULS 78). ¶ Forms: sg. idn. 15:5. 20 udn (I) - adr(I) u d n (I) n.