A Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic by Gregorio Del Olmo Lete, G Del Olmo Lete, J Sanmartmn,

By Gregorio Del Olmo Lete, G Del Olmo Lete, J Sanmartmn, Gregorio Delolmo Lete, Joaquin Sanmartin, W G E Watson, Wilfred Watson

Because the mid-twentieth century Ugaritic reports has witnessed a huge elevate of edited texts. evidently, yet scattered in different guides, whilst large advances were made in epigraphy, grammatical research and lexicography. the present dictionary is an up to date and significantly augmented English version – ready by way of W.G.E. Watson – of G. Del Olmo Lete and J. Sanmart?n, Diccionario de l. a. lengua ugaritica. It systematically brings jointly all insights received to date, and offers solutions to varied present lexical difficulties by means of utilizing new options of lexicographical research, and whilst drawing from conclusions reached in different branches of Semitic philology. The paintings is an entire stock of phrases (morphemes) and meanings, affixes and correct names of Ugarit as studied to date. With isolexemes, complete bibliographical references and translations in context. a real, smooth and fundamental key to knowing Ugarit.

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Udn (I). adn (I) n. m. 1) "lord, master"; 2) "noble father" (Hb. , Pun. dn, DNWSI 15-17; Amor. cf. ; Grøndahl PTU 89f. Cf. ; Bordreuil Caquot Syria 57 1980 366; Loretz UF 12 1980 287-292; Adonis 25ff; Smith BC 1 150 n. 58, 289 n. I; ¶ syll. adōn-/, Sivan GAGI 195; Huehnergard UVST 104; cf. Van Soldt BiOr 46 1988 650. ¶ Forms: sg. adn\ suff. adny, adnk, adnkm, adnhm. 1. 2 I 17 and par. 1 IV 17; cf. in bkn ctx. 124:1 (cf. Del Olmo CR 313; Van der Toorn BiOr 48 1991 60; for other attributions cf. Pardee UF 15 1983 132f; cf.

Udn (I). adn (I) n. m. 1) "lord, master"; 2) "noble father" (Hb. , Pun. dn, DNWSI 15-17; Amor. cf. ; Grøndahl PTU 89f. Cf. ; Bordreuil Caquot Syria 57 1980 366; Loretz UF 12 1980 287-292; Adonis 25ff; Smith BC 1 150 n. 58, 289 n. I; ¶ syll. adōn-/, Sivan GAGI 195; Huehnergard UVST 104; cf. Van Soldt BiOr 46 1988 650. ¶ Forms: sg. adn\ suff. adny, adnk, adnkm, adnhm. 1. 2 I 17 and par. 1 IV 17; cf. in bkn ctx. 124:1 (cf. Del Olmo CR 313; Van der Toorn BiOr 48 1991 60; for other attributions cf. Pardee UF 15 1983 132f; cf.

Forms: G prefc. tad, inf. ad. G. 26:20 (diff: Cunchillos TOu 2 319 n. 14: 'rembourser / payer'). Cf. ud. ad n. m. "father" (childish onomatopeia; cf. Sum. ad (-da), Deimel SAG 9; Amor. ad/, Huffmon APNMT 156; Buccellati Amorites 206; cf. Grøndahl PTU 88f; Ebla cf. DU-, Krebernik PET 7 1 ; Fales EDA 422; Sanmartín AuOr 9 1991 170. On its connection with adn cf. Virolleaud Syria 14 1933 144; Sanmartín UF 9 1977 269 n. : urn, syll. Ug. cf. PNN a-du-ú, PRU 6 85:7; 91:4; cf. Sivan GAG1 195. ¶ Forms: sg.

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