By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity thirteen, Q edited via Martha T Roth xxiv + 332p (Oriental Institute, 1982)
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1057:7; ina lumu PN sirku ... NAM it-tan-ma-ru as soon as the oblate PN is found in the tavern house KAR 407 ii 12 (incipit); DIS ina gadali bit iii kima issiiriIGI(var. DU s summa summa ina bit ameli birsu if a birsu-phenomenon is sighted in a man's house CT 38 27:1, cf. sadris i-ta-namar ibid. 29:45; [summa ... ] is seen KAR 300:5; katarru ina muhhi igari ... it-ta-mar lichen was seen on the wall ABL 367 r. ) the house of PN ADD 105 r. 2; mannu sa ina panisu in-na-mar-u-ni ABL 1050 r. 3 (NA), cf.
Edu am ru A 2i amaru A 2i Kiuchler Beitr. pl. : its baked) mass and do not worry if it (looks like) paritu-stone Iraq 3 89:11, cf. tax(TAG)-am-mar-i ibid. 90:36 (MB glass text), 3 84:6f. (NB). 2' referring to fields, gardens, etc. (OB only): eqlam ni-mu-ur-ma we have inspected the field UCP 9 343 No. 19:15, cf. TCL 7 18:13, VAS 16 93:35, also eqlam a-ta-ma-ar UET 5 13:26; kirdm sa PN a-mu-ur TCL 18 86:40, also tam-mar-ma ZA 36 194 r. ); res hurdsi anasSi u minu sa batquni a-mar I shall count the amount of gold and check what is missing (and send an exact report to the king) ABL 476 r.
H) to examine a person, to keep an eye on a person: a-mur beltikunu sa izzaz ina pan5 kunu have a look at your lady when she is in front of you EA 1:28 (let. from Egypt); but if my brother gives me a wife such as I want ileqqiinimmame a-am-ma-ru-me they will bring (her) here and I will have a look (at her) EA 27:18; I showed her to PN k i-ta-mar-li ih[tadu] when he looked her over he was adu [Sa] a-mu-ru-u-ni Thompson Rep. 188:10; tira am-mar aSappara I shall make another observation and send a report ABL 687 r.
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago by Martha T. Roth