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I-na-'-is) (the diviner) chews cedarwood kima kalbi i-nab(var. nam)-bu- u l sa kima sahi inamzuzu be it one who barks like a dog BBR No. 11 iii 7. or one who squeals like a pig AfO 14 146:104 (bit meiri). na')au see ndau. ; (mng. ); I i'iA - ina'iS, II; cf. ni'gu. b) 1/3: 4umma kalbi isegdma ina siiqi it-ta-na-bu-h[u] if dogs become rabid and bark incessantly in the street CT 38 49:15 MB, SB; (SB Alu). Sa pana ma'da i-ni-'-i-Su inanna ul i'-i-is much, did she who formerly used to .... not .... now c) II: summa kalbatu ina bdabni d-namba-ha (var.
ME-ma BHT pi. 4:15; RN BAL-ma ibid. pl. 17 r. 21; ummdn Misir ina paniu BAL-4 ibid. pl. 18 r. edu nabalkutu 2c it-ta-bal-kit nabalkutu 3d ABL 1386:6, ina pa-ni-h-nu it-ta-bal-ki-ti ABL 520 r. 8. c) to change sides, to change allegiance, to change mood (also with pi as subject) 1' to change sides (in a dance): warki §a humusim hubbi it-ta-na-ab-la-ka-tu after (the performance of) the wrestler(s), the dancers (dance a dance in which they) keep changing sides RA 35 3 r. ). 2' to change allegiance: matum di kalusa kima 1 awelim ana serija ib-ba-la-ka-t[u] the entire population sides with me as one man ARM 1 29:24 and (same phrase) ibid.
A) in OA: annakam Sa'ilatim bari'itim u etemmi nu Sa'alma ASSur us-ta-na-ad-kakaspam tara'am napaStaka taziar here we ask the dream interpreters, the diviners, and the spirits of the dead, and ASiur .... you, you love money, but you disregard your own life TCL 4 5:7; AsSur u ASSuritum us-ta-na-du-ka umma sunuma lamnatim ina libbiSu etawu A§§ur and ABsuritu repeatedly .... you, saying: He speaks evil in his heart cerning you TCL 17 71:9. TCL 20 93:18, cf. ASsur uS-ta-na-ad-ka BIN 6 cf. ibid.
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago . by Martha T. Roth