1 - tukul mu-ni nu-pàd-da su-ni ì-pàd-da
2 - iri(ki) mu hu-mu-kúr-kúr mu-ju10 hu-mu-gen6-na
3 - (d)nin-kilim ní dijir-ra nu-zu
4 - jic-cub ús-sa ama-zu húl-la
5 - kac4 tuku-ma dijir-zu húl-la
6 - te8(mušen) ka lú-kam ba-an-kur9
7 - nim kur9-ra-àm ka-zu ba-nim-àm
8 - jidru gud ha-pa-gaz á-si udu ha-pa-cúm
9 - ki saj-ki nu-jál-ta lú nu-díb e-ne sukkal-a
10 - cag4 jidru-kam ì hé-en-dé
11 - lú dijir-ra-a-ni nu-mu-un-kal-kal lú-bi ki nu-tùm
12 - ibila-a-ni a nu-dé AN saj X X-ke4
13 - ha-ma-da-gub-bé X X X
14 - ér gémé-kam U8
15 - dumu gémé-kam dam
16 - ambar-a-ni má
17 - gú ambar-a-ni
18 - X X BU IGI X
19 - X X X X
21 - dam nu-jar-ra tu-ku-a-ju10-ne
23 - u4-ma é nu-tuku é dé-a X X
24 - útúl tu-KA cu bar jál sahar nu-ci-X níj-gig (d)utu-kam
25 - nitah du-du níj pàd-da
26 - munus du-du níj
27 - lú huj ce sa-ra ha-bí-ib-gi4
29 - é-gal tir-ra-àm
30 - lugal ur-mah-e (d)nun-gal sa-uc-gal juruc-e gam-gam
31 - é-ta è sila-ta kur9-ra gémé nin-a-ni-ta jicbun-ni bí-in-jar
32 - ce nu-jál cu iri(ki)-kam
33 - gi nu-jál nam-ùkùr nam-úkúr3úrùkùrùr2 dirig-ga
34 - hu-su ga-me-en acgab-e-ne
35 - zi (d)en-ki-a ú zà-le ázlág-e-ne
36 - ku6 al-cej6-já ha-ra-ab-sed6-sed6-dè
37 - jìrì-pax(PAD)-rá de5-de5-ga
38 - X X nam-ba-DU jé6-e X X-húl-le-e
The battle-club does not find out his name, it just finds his flesh.
The city may change its name, but let my name stand!
The mongoose does not know fear of god.
Accept your lot and make your mother happy! Run fast and make your god happy!
An eagle (?) enters a man's mouth.
When a fly enters, your mouth will buzz .
Let the ox be struck with a stick and let the sheep be given the whip. Where there is no toughness, no one can go about their business, not even a plenipotentiary.
If oil is poured into the inside of a sceptre .
If a man does not treasure his god, that man will not be buried. His heir will not provide him with water libations .
a slave girl's tears spouse is a slave girl's child. boat his marsh his marsh
In marrying (?) a malicious husband .
Disease that afflicts the heart a man.
The wild beasts (?) have no houses; .
A tureen released (?) not dust : it is an abomination to Utu.
When a man walks about, he finds something. When a woman walks about, she loses something.
You really to the hireling selling roasted grain.
A slave wafting smoke.
The palace is a forest. The king, the lion, subdues men with a huge net like Nungal.
When the mistress left the house and the slave girl came in from the street, away from her mistress the slave girl set up her own banquet.
Where there is no grain, this is a sign of vengeance turned toward a city. Where there are no reeds, it is the worst of all poverty.
'I bow over your thighs' is what the leather-workers say. 'I swear by Enki that it will take no time at all' is what the fullers say.
When the fish is too hot, let him cool it down for you and pick out the bones for you. go , I happy .