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Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity nine, L edited via Martha T Roth xx + 259p (Oriental Institute, 1973)

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To clothe oneself, to provide for one's own clothing (litbusu): itti ramanisumail-taba-as-si he (the hired man) provides for his clothing out of his own means CT 6 40a:12, cf. itti dgiribu il-ta-ba-as he will clothe himself at the expense of his employer CT 6 41a: 9, also itti dgirisuma il-ta-ba-as-si CT 8 Esarh. 91 §61:9; Egarrasa puluhtu [lit]-bu-su bung 24; Nergal ... halip salummati 9a litbu-su namrirri BMS 46:15, cf. Sin, the luminary of heaven and earth sa lit-bu- d nam. rirri Unger Bel-harran-beli-ussur 6; Istar ...

6, AfO 5 92:43 (Adn. I), Weidner Tn. 16 No. 7:61, 20 No. 10:29, also 55 No. 60:11 (Assur-r~s-isi I), AfO 18 344:46, 353:91, AfO 19 143:37 (Tigl. I), Scheil Tn. II r. 61; for other refs. see andhu A mng. 3a. b) together with other diseases: li'bu la(see li'bu) ba-su (var. la--sa) urgule 7. sulburu to prolong, to keep going: u make firm isdi kusslSu kinni sul-bi-ri paldc the foundation of his throne, prolong his STT 138:20, var. from Kdcher BAM 338:21, for cf. lamastu ladupls. see Walker, BiOr 26 77, pa-su akhdzu KScher BAM 338 r.

I), cf. (in broken context) KAH 2 67:3 (Tigl. I); obscure: ana -. ). made VAB 4 60 ii 5 (Nabopolassar). For KAH 2 84:46 and 66 see lamu v. mng. 2. H. Lewy, Or. NS 18 139; Seidmann, MAOG 9/3 18 n. 4. ; 1. to beg humbly, to exhibit utmost humility (in gestures), to pray contritely (always with appu), 2. ), 3. 8ulbunu to act humbly; from OB on; I ilbin ilabbin, II, III; wr. syll. GAL. gA. ; ga-al GAL = la-ba-nu Idu II 52. ta : un-ni-ni u la-ban ap-pi OECT 6 pl. 25 Rm. ab. , see OECT 6 p. 9, cf. ne kir 4 su (var.

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