Huehnergard Vocabulary (Chapters 16-20)

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to pass along, pass by, advance, elapse; to pass through, across; to exceed, transgress; to avoid
etēqum
to fear, be afraid; to worship, respect, revere
palāhum
to open
petûm
to escort, conduct, lead, guide; to drive (animals, ships, wagons), follow; to lay claim to; to move along
redûm
to weight out (silver, etc.), pay
šaqālum
to trust
takālum
to arise, rise up, stand up; to occur, happen, appear on the scene; to set out
tebûm
work or service performed, usually on a field or garden, for the state (king) by someone holding the land in tenure from the state
ilkum
kingship; dominion; majesty
šarrūtum
direction, instruction, order, command, commission; extispicy
têrtum
rear, back (part, side; of a building, person, animal); estate, inheritance; circumstances (of a legal case)
warkatum
second; other, another; different
šanûm
to detain, delay, keep in custody; to prevent, hinder (someone, something); to refrain; to withhold, hold back
kalûm
trans. to loosen, untie, remove, stripe; to free, ransom, redeem; to end; intrans. to break camp; to withdraw, go away, disperse
paṭārum
arm; side, flank; bank (of a river, canal), shore, edge; half, first half
ahum
cheek; side, vicinity, nearby region
lētum
responsibility, obligation, duty; (see book for more idiomatic meanings
pīhatum
hand; possibility
rittum
royal decree; (specific) royal regulation
ṣimdatum
purchase; price; article purchases
šīmum
now, hereby, herewith
anumma (no image)
now
inanna (no image)
behind, in back of
warki (no image)
if
šumma
to claim, lay claim to; to contest, bring suit (against someone: acc)
baqārum
to be(come) heavy, fat; to be(come) important, honored; to be(come) difficult, paintful
kabātum
to choose, select
nasāqum
to pierce, break through, into
palāšum
to replace, give back
riābum
to give, bestow
šarākum
to erect, set up; to plant (a garden), prepare (a garden, field) for planting
zaqāpum
physician
asûm
property, assets, valuables, goods
makkūrum
dependent, poor person, serf, commoner
muškēnum
would; (skin) disease, carbuncle
simmum
what is established, fixed, decreed (by the gods), fate, destiny; a euphemism for death
šīmtum
bride-price
terhatum
share (of an inheritance) inheritance
zīttum
equally, to the same extent, each one; everywhere
mithāriš
to ask, request (something: acc.; from one someone: acc. or itti), desire, wish
erēšum
to loosen, release, set fee, dissolve; to sell; to explain, clarify; to report, reveal (a dream)
pašārum
to love, care for
râmum
to declare, mention; to speak, address; to name, invoke
zakārum
moveable property, valuables, goods; stock, what's on hand
bašītum
arm; side, edge; strength; goal, purpose
idum
sheep, ram
immerum
sealed document
kanīkum
market place; business activity; rate; purchase price
mahīrum
trading agent; assistant; apprentice
šamallûm
merchant, trader
tamkārum
month; new moon
warhum
according to, as much as, as large as, to the same amount/degree as
mala
to pull, draw, drag, tow, haul, covey; to bbear; to stretch; to pull, tear out, off; to measure, survey (a field)
šadādum
to heap up, pile up, store; to pour
šapākum
crown, tiara
agûm
sister
ahātum
heir, (oldest) son
aplum
part of the temple area, in which the naditum women lived
gagûm
(male) donkey
imērum
fallow, bare land; a woman dedicated to a god and not permitted to have children
nadītum
foot-soldier, attendant
rēdûm
overseer; governor, prefect
šāpirum
slavery; position of slave
wardūtum