By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the college of Chicago, quantity thirteen, Q edited through Martha T Roth xxiv + 332p (Oriental Institute, 1982)
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Cf. DN beli [ddr]i§ lmi li-la-ab-bi-ir-ka Kraus in omen texts: bztu , s -lab-bar this AbB 1 106 :29 (all OB letters), Samas ... ); ina ddti Sandti ina Eanna lu-lab-bir-ka YOS 3 salmdt paleu -la[b-bar] the king will live to bir-ku-nu-Si attunu j4ii lu-bi-ra-nin-ni I, your respectful servant, shall keep you (divine ordinances) in force for a long time, you (in turn) grant me a long life KAR 38 r. ); andku ardu palihkunu lu-la- old age in a happy reign Leichty Izbu V 94; kussi nakri ul i-lab-bar the reign of the enemy will not last ACh Sin 33:44, cf.
18:90; Istar a palu zu-sal-ba-ru who prolongs his reign Borger Esarh. 73 § 47:5, cf. mu-sal-bi-rat palesu ibid. 77 § 49:4, cf. also ibid. 7 iv 3, also iddt dumqi a ... 68:12. BI ul-tab-bar this ibid. 2 ii 21; DN ... li-sal-bi-ru paliika may Nabfu extend your reign ABL 716:5 (NB); labar iime riqiti Sul-bur pale ABL 7 r. 13 (NA), cf. Sul-bur arrutisu Streck Asb. 224:17; ar- country will endure ACh Sin 35:45, cf. bitu S~ ul ul-tab-bar CT 38 10:26 (SB Alu), amelu i ul-tab-bar (var. ), and passim in omen texts; note ir-tam-mu ul-tab-ba-ru riiti u-ul-bi-ri-im ana u4 -mi-im reqiti prolong my kingship to far-off days VAB 4 66 ii 21 (Nabopolassar), cf.
87 r. 2; Jubat musukkanni ... adi kir: the seat of zappi hurdsi russi lit-bu-ds musukkannu-wood with its footstool coated with reddish gold ibid. 84 r. ), cf. (a bed of musukkannu-wood) [sa pasal]lu lit-bu-sat which is covered with gold Thompson Esarh. pl. ), also Streck Asb. 148 x 38, 300 iv 14 note m, cf. ). ] hurdsa i-lab-bi-sc ABL 1222 r. 20 (NB); I made a city wall ana [sihirtiu] u-la-ab-bi-is-su and provided it with a revetment all around AOB 1 34:9 (AsSur-belnisesu), cf. dura Sat[u] RN abima u-la-bi-is-su enahma ibid.
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago by Martha T. Roth