By Gregorio Olmo Lete, Joaquin Sanmartin, W G E Watson
As with all dictionary of a newly stumbled on lifeless language, the purpose of this Dictionary of the Ugaritic alphabetic texts is to point the degree reached in its lexical description and to function a reference paintings for extra learn. during this connection, the most interpretative critiques were incorporated, considering the fact that to a wide quantity Ugaritic lexicography is still doubtful. additionally the main suitable comparative Semitic fabric has been supplied which will corroborate the lexical offerings followed through the authors and support readers to ensure their very own. the recent fabric found on the grounds that 1992 and lately released has additionally been integrated, in addition to the entire own and topographical names as within the earlier variants.
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By, ảbk, ảbh, ảbn. 16 I 3, cf. ibid. ln. 24:19–20, cf. ln. 24:27, cf. ln. 82:9 (// bk, unc. ctx. Del Olmo AuOr 29 2011 247); bd ảṯt ảb ṣrry a woman’s dirge (will be), oh father, the heights, 16 I 5 and par. (alt. “ghost, spirit [of dead]”), cf. Hb. ʔwb < /ʔāb/, ʔšt ʔwb, HALOT 20; Arab. : “to return, come back [at night]”; and Hitt. : “Opfergrube”; for the var. opinions cf. ; Margalit UF 16 1984 159 n. 16:11 (cf. /š-m-ḫ/; diff. Cunchillos TOu/2 299 n. 18: “que Mère se réjouisse (à cause) de Père”, prep.
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Brʕy GN m. (< ủbrʕ(y), TN). ¶ Forms: sg. /du. ủbrʕym. 50:2. ỉbrd PN (Sem. ). : cf. 77) rev. 9; cf. ỉwrd. 424:23. ỉb/wrḏr PN (Hurr. : cf. LUGAL, cf. PRU 3 p. 76) obv. 4, rev. 8, 14. 678:3. ảbrḫṭ PN; cf. ỉwrḫṭ. ỉbrkḏ PN. 21:7. ỉbrkyṯ PN (Hurr. Gröndahl PTU 205, 224, 238; Laroche GLH 147; Dietrich-Mayer UF 28 1996 186; Watson LSU 154). 264:10. ảbrm PN (Sem. 25):8. 433:4. ỉbrm PN (Hurr. ). Dietrich-Loretz OLZ 62 1967 535; Gröndahl PTU 87, 182: /ʔab=rm/); Watson LSU 154: Hurr. 43):4. 607:20. ỉb/wrmḏ PN (Hurr.