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Proverbs: collection 11 -- a composite transliteration
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5 - é kicib-ba mu-un-X
6 - tìl-la lul-la hul na-an-gu-ul-en
7 - ga-àm ha-la-zu mu-un-jál
8 - ú de5-de5-ga kalag-ga-cè
9 - sig9-ga bar-rim4-ma mu-un-na-tuc
10 - X HA RA NE lib-ba téc-ba
11 - inim-zu ùkùr hul-a-gin7 é-a hu-mu-e-da-an-tìl
12 - já-a-gen6-nam cem-bí líl-e
13 - li9 bar-cèj-e hé-gu7-e
14 - gala-a ce-ka-ni ha-ba-an-da-su-su
15 - bar-rim4-ma ha-ba-e-jen
16 -
17 - X X X kar-kar X X X
18 - SU -e-ce
19 - RI
20 - UC
21 - A RI
22 - -dé
23 - X-a
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1 - na-an-ni libir-ra mu-un-kal
2 - é (d)en-líl-lá ì-dù nu-un-til
3 - bàd nibru(ki) ì-dù KA CE
4 - si-mu-ur-ru(ki) ì-dab5 gú-bi nu--gíd cag4 hul
5 - ur5 na-an-ni cag4 sig-ga kur-cè ba-ra-an-de6
6 - ga-gíd mu-da-ku5-ru
7 - cu-bi ba edin X X MU
8 - gíd-bi mu-da-ab-X
9 - bí-in-dug4 nu-mu-un-gen6
10 - ab-bé ab-da-ab-gur
11 - in dúb-dúb-bu-ra in mu-un-na-an-jál
12 - giri17 ur5 giri17 mu-un-na-ur5-e
13 - al-tum4-me na-ab-bé-e
14 - dijir hu-mu-dar-dar-e-e-ce
15 - ugula á jic já-já nu-zu saj sàg-ge nu-já-já
16 - a-ca4 jic-gi-a nam-mu-nú-dè-en
17 - péc-jic-gi-ke4 ì-gu7-e-en
23 - X
24 - X-me-en
25 - en-nu-ùj
26 - (X) ba-ra-gíd
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1 - X
2 -
3 - ú cáh
4 - níj gu
5 - igi ba-da-an-X
6 - si nu-e-da-íl-i
7 - a-na-ac-àm si íl-i-dè-en
8 - ì-du-dè-en
9 - sukud-gin7 X X
10 - nu-X X íl-i X X
11 - ab-íl X X
12 - X X X X A TI
13 - X X-cè pa4-úgúr-cè dug4-ga
14 - X MUNUS nu-DI
15 - gir ab-ba saj ní-ba sal-sal
16 - íd-da-ta lú-ju10 hé-gu7-gu7
17 - péc ki ba-ba-al-ba-al
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1 - X X X X cec-za X (X)
2 - X (X)
3 - X MU
4 - gal-la-àm
5 - me-ju10 me gal-la-àm
6 - cag4-bi zìg-ga ugula nam-me
7 - sipad engar nam-me
8 - saj jidru-ka ì hé-en-dé
9 - cag4 jic-ta dílím a-ba-àm
10 - é-gal ní-bi-cè gam-e-dam
11 - sig-sig a-ga-dè(kì)-cè ì-gi4-in
12 - a-ga-dè(kì)-a a-na-àm ì-ak mác-ji6 zid-da
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1 - cu gi4-gi4 níj-gig (d)nin-urta-kam
2 - gu5-li-ju10 sag9-ga hé-àm-me-àm hul-me DU-àm
3 - sag9-ga-zu kar sag9-ga-gin7 kar-ra hé-em-ús
4 - hul-zu a-ji6-a-ji6 íd-da-gin7 iri-ni-cè ha-ba-gi4
5 - a-da ab-tuc kur-cag4 igi du8
6 - ní-bi-cè igi nu-du8
7 - a-da-ab-e níj im-ba nu-zu
8 - kur-cag4-ge
9 - tìl-la tìl-la
10 - en-gin7 tìl-la
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1 - X
2 - X
3 - X
4 -
5 -
6 -
7 -
8 - lul
9 -
10 - dam-gàrà
11 - tab-ba X
12 - kud-kud-a gi-gur ba-ab-dab5
13 - inim-ma-ni-ra al-sàg-e
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1 - GAN
2 - AB ZA
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1 - X-ba
2 - X-cè
3 - -e
4 - X
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1 - X X
2 - ama-ju10
3 - ùr an-nú é an-tìl-la
4 - al-zalag-e-ce
5 - inim dùg-ga re
6 - 60 gur bí-X (X)
7 - ur5 nu-luh-ha X (X) níj (d)utu ur5 ak
8 - X (X)
9 - sag9-ga-e na-
10 - hul na-an-X
11 - hul na-
12 - MU
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1 - dub-sar-me-en mu ní-za nu-zu
2 - igi ní-za sàg-ga
3 - cag4 ki áj níj é dù-dù-ù-dam
4 - cag4 hul gig níj é gul-gul-lu-dam
5 - sag9-a-za ma-la-ga-ni
6 - im-ma-da-ab-ci-de5-ge4-e-ce
7 - ezem-ma-kam dam na-an-tuku-tuku-un-e-ce
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1 - X MU
2 - gi4-gi4 X X
3 - cag4-bi ab-sèdx(A.MUCA.DI)-dè-en
4 - dub-sar sag9-ga-me-en
5 - saj ki-bi ma-an-jál
6 - dul nam-cag4-tam-cè X-ju10 ga-ab-ci-de6
7 - X X X-bi mu-zu
8 - è-a X AC
5 - the storehouse .
6-7 - As long as you live you should not increase evil by lying; for if you do, to succumb will be your lot.
8-9 - To collect firewood is a job for the strong man. The weak man sits waiting for him on dry land.
10-13 - ... Let an articulate man live in the house with you like a wicked poor man. Like my own affairs, antimony paste (?) is air: let fat be eaten in the mist.
14-15 - Although the lamentation priest's grain boat was sinking, he would be walking on dry land.
16-18 - Enki ...
19-23 - ... ...
1-5 - Nanni appreciated his old age. He built Enlil's temple but did not complete it. He built a wall around Nibru, but . He captured Simurrum, but did not suppress it. In misery he . Thus Nanni was brought to the nether world depressed at heart.
6-7 - ... its hands to the edge of the desert.
8 - When it stretches, it .
9-10 - He spoke but did not keep his word. He keeps speaking but shies away from his responsibilities.
11-12 - He who insults is insulted. He who sneers is sneered at.
13 - So says the slave girl: 'It has been carried away!'
14 - 'Let the master's god split it, then.'
15 - The overseer does not know how to assign the work and so cannot stop the trembling (?).
16 - Now, you should not sleep in the reedbeds.
17 - The rats of the reedbeds will eat you. ...
23-26 - ... guard reach out to you . ...
1 - ...
2 - ...
3 - ...
4-5 - ...
6-8 - You cannot butt me with your horns! Why are you butting? I am running away!
9-11 - Like a tall person not lifting lifting.
12-14 - ... Letting water flow into the dykes ...
15 - A fish of the sea, whose head is wider than its body.
16 - From the river, oh Inana, let my man eat.
17 - Rats dig the ground. ...
1-3 - ...
4-5 - 'My affairs are great affairs, my offices are great offices.'
6-7 - An exciteable man should not become an overseer. A shepherd should not become a farmer.
8 - Were you to pour oil onto the top of a sceptre.
9 - From within a tree, a spoon. Who is it?
10 - A palace will fall of its own accord.
11-12 - Oh whirlwind, I despatched you towards Agade. What did you accomplish in Agade? The dream was favourable! ...
1 - To take revenge is the prerogative of Ninurta.
2-3 - 'That my friend should be well is our wish, and that our enemies should be gone! May those friendly to you reach their goal as a ship does a friendly harbour!'
4 - 'May your enemy, like the flood waters of a river, return to his city.'
5-6 - Those who live near the water look into the mountains. They don't look in their own direction.
7-8 - Adapa knows no loss as he walks within the mountains.
9-10 - Living is living. But to live (?) like (?) a lord! ...
1-3 - ...
4-6 - ...
7-11 - ... merchant partner .
12-13 - The cripple (?) took a reed basket. For (?) his words a man beats him. ...
1-2 - ... ...
1-4 - ... ...
1-2 - ...
3-4 - Says the man lying on the roof to the man living in the house: 'It is too bright up here!'
5-6 - A distant (?) good word a cargo boat.
7-8 - Uncleared debts are something which makes debts to Utu.
9-12 - ... ...
1-2 - You're a scribe but you don't even know how to write your own name? Shame on you!
3 - A loving heart builds houses.
4 - A hating heart destroys houses.
5-6 - Her friend advises (?) her: 'It is for your own good.'
7 - Don't choose a wife during a festival! ...
1-2 - ...
3 - You cool down their hearts.
4-8 - I am a capable scribe. There will be a prominent place for me. I will bring my protection to the stewardship. ... ...