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Proverbs: collection 19 -- a composite transliteration
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1 - hur-saj gíg-ju10 im-babbar ba-an-mú
2 - ama-ju10 tir-ta mu-ci-in-gi4-in
3 - cu dab5-ba-ju10 ma-an-cúm
4 - (d)nin-kilim níj háb-ba (X) gu7-gu7-ju10
5 - dug ì-nun-na-cè nu-mu-da-an-lá
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1 - cáh niga ab-cum-ù-dè níj ì-gu7-a-ju10 ga-ab-sug6-e-ce
2 - zé-eh tur-re cu al-gud-gu4-ud-dè
3 - sag9-ga-ac jé6-e nu-gu7-e-ce
4 - en-gin7 saj-gin7 tìl
5 - saj-gin7 en-gin7 tìl
6 - é gul-gul-e kug ì-gul-e
7 - é gul-e kug-sig17 ì-gul-e
8 - dam gam-àm am ug5-ga-àm
9 - gam-àm arad ug5-ga-àm
10 - ga-gíd mu-ra-ab-kud
11 - cu-bi bar edin-na mu-da-DU
12 - -cè a-na-ak
13 - hé-en-zu
14 - -àm
15 - X X
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1 - (d)en-líl-le a-na-àm in-ak in-bul-bul
2 - cukur in-sig10 su mu-ni-ib-te-te
3 - (d)utu bar-ra hé-en-ni-cú ní-zu cu nu-zu-a kur9-ni-ib
4 - jic-cub ús-sa ama-zu húl-la
5 - kac4 dug4-ga-ab dijir-zu húl-la
6 - igi íl-la-za dam tuku-ba-ni-ib
7 - (d)inana-ke4 dam úr kúm-ma ha-ra-an-nú-e
8 - dumu á tál-tál-la ha-ra-an-ba-e
9 - ki níj sag9-ga ha-ra-ab-kíj-kíj-e
10 - ú dam-da ú ama-da
11 - (d)ézíná-(d)kù-sù é-a hé-me-da-an-tìl
12 - ummud zi lú-kam e-sír igi lú-kam
13 - dam dim4-ma lú-kam dumu-nitah jissu lú-kam
14 - dumu-munus saj cu jar lú-kam é-gi4-a gal5-lá lú-kam
15 - mussa-tur UC X X X
16 - súc ì-udu
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1 - GA X
2 - kuc X
3 - u5(mušen)
4 - lum-lum
5 - um(mušen) al-sah6 gu-du-bi àm-kar
6 - um(mušen)-gin7
7 - um(mušen)
8 - mucen
10 - MU
11 - HAR-da mul-an ku6-da engur-ra
12 - é-ta è sila-ta kur9-ra gémé nin-a-ni jicbum-ma-ni bí-in-tuc
13 - an-ba pa nu-um-è mu-ni-ib-gu-ul-gu-ul
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15 - ga-an-zé-e-ce
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1 - X
2 - kug-zu
3 - gal-an-zu a-rá
4 - is-háb ki-bìd-da (X)
5 - cu-ni bìd-da ba-ni-in-gíd
6 - kug X
7 - X
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1 - X
2 - íd mah ki-mah-(X)
3 - an-úr an-cag4-ga ninda cag4-gal-la-ni-cè bí-in-tur
4 - cu kalam-ma-ni-ta ce ba-an-da-tur
5 - AN dumu-munus dijir-da hé-e
6 - ninda-ni níj-ussu-zug4 X hé-a
7 - nu-mu-un-cú-cú
8 - ninda pad-pax(PAD)-rá cúm-sikil zíl-lá ninda é-dub-ba-a
9 - dabin a-cag4-ga súc-àm
10 - X X
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1 - téc-e hé-íl-íl za-e lag-ga hé-dúr
2 - (X) al éd-dè
3 - X (X) al X éd-dè
4 - -ni-in-sá
5 - tuku-a
6 - nu-SU-a
7 - X (X) X-e
8 - íb-SU-SU-e
9 - UR umma(ki)
10 - KI X
11 - AB X X (X) íl UR curuppag(ki)-ka
12 - gu7 ù-bí-ib-bé ba-an-dab5-bé-ec
13 - zé-zé an-zé
14 - AN KU UG ba-ab-gu7
15 - sipad cu-nim-ma engar cu-nim-ma
16 - juruc-e ud tur-ra-na-ka dam ba-tuku-tuku-ú-a
17 - a-ba-a mu-da-ab-sá-e
18 - te-a-ni
19 - X X X
1 - X
2 - X X
3 - X X X
4 - DI
5 - -gu7-e
6 - -bi
1-5 - My black mountain has sprouted white gypsum. My mother sent to me a man from the forest, who has given me paralysed hands. My mongoose, which used to eat strong-smelling food, can no longer stretch its neck even towards a jar of ghee. ...
1 - When a fattened pig is about to be slaughtered, one says: 'Let me replace what I eat.'
2-3 - As the piglet snuffles around, it says: 'I can no longer take pleasure in eating.'
4-5 - Build like a lord -- live like a slave! Build like a slave -- live like a lord!
6-7 - He who destroys houses destroys silver. He who destroys a house destroys gold.
8-9 - The lord's wife kneels, the slave girl dies. The lord kneels, the slave dies.
10-12 - ... its hands at the edge of the desert ...
13-15 - you should know ... ...
1-2 - What did Enlil make? Chaff! The lance struck. It went into the flesh.
3 - When the sun is setting outside so that you cannot even recognise the hand in front of you, go inside!
4-5 - Accept your lot and make your mother happy! Run fast and make your god happy!
6 - Marry the wife of your choice.
7-9 - May Inana make a hot-limbed wife lie with you! May she bestow upon you broad-shouldered sons! May she find for you a place of happiness!
10-11 - A plant as sweet as a husband, a plant as sweet as a mother: may Ezina-Kusu dwell in your home.
12-14 - A man's waterskin is his life. A man's sandals are his eyes. A man's wife is his supervisor (?). A man's son is his protective shade. A man's daughter is his eager servant (?). A man's daughter-in-law is his policeman.
15 - A daughter's fianc .
16 - Fatty meat is good and so is fatty mutton. ...
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3-4 - ...
5 - The bird flees, running away from its own behind.
6 - Like an bird .
7 - The bird .
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11 - ...
12 - When the mistress left the house and the slave girl entered from the street, away from her mistress the slave girl set up her own banquet.
13 - The litter was not apparent to the slave girl. To her mistress it just kept increasing.
14-15 - As a slave girl, I have no authority over my mistress. So let me pull at my husband's hair. ...
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2-3 - The clever one . The wise one .
4-5 - A fool who was overwhelmed by his backside stuck his hand up his backside.
6-7 - ... ...
1 - ...
2 - A great river is a grave.
3-4 - From the horizon to the very heart of the heavens, the bread is too little for his great stomach! The grain from every hand in his Land is too little for him!
5-7 - Let be . Let his bread be foul food; no man should eat it.
8 - Morsels of bread and tasty onions are the food of the school (?).
9 - In the fields, coarse flour is meat fat.
10 - ... ...
1 - You should lift it all together, but put it down in pieces.
2-4 - hoe going out . hoe going out straight .
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6-8 - ...
9-11 - Umma ... Curuppag .
12-14 - they seized him . ...
15-17 - The early working shepherd, the early working farmer, the young man who got married while he was young: who compares to them?
18-19 - ... ...
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