halam [FORSAKE]

(107 instances)

halam [FORSAKE] (107x: ED IIIb, Lagash II, Old Babylonian) wr. ha-lam; gel-le-eĝ3 "(to be) bad, evil; to forsake, forget; to destroy" Akk. halāqu; lapātu; lemnu; mašû

[1] cuneiform HA.LAM ha-lam
[2] cuneiform |GI%GI|.LI.|NINDA₂×NE| gel-le-eĝ3 (ES)
+ -0 (73x/68%); -ma (30x/28%); -me (4x/4%).
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 (no date)
[1] 13 1 81
[2] 3

57 distinct forms attested; click to view forms table.

1. (to be) bad, evil (107x/100%)

~ LEX/Old Babylonian/unknown lu2 ha-lam-ma = ša le-mu-ut-tim OB Lu-Azlag A 36; [lu2] ha#-lam#-ma# = ša le#-mu#-tim lu2-azlag B and C Seg.1, 37.

2. to forsake, forget

3. to destroy

Akk. halāqu "to be lost; be(come) fugitive"; lapātu "to touch, take hold of"; lemnu "bad"; mašû "to forget; leave behind".

[1989] P. Michalowski, Lamentation over Sumer and Ur 70.

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