sud [DISTANT] (/sudr/)

(488 instances)

sud [DISTANT] (488x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. sud; su3-ud "(to be) distant; (to be) remote, long-lasting; (to be) profound" Akk. nesû; rêqu

See a sud[spread], šu sud[extend the hand].

[1] cuneiform SUD sud
[2] cuneiform SUD.UD su3-ud
+ -0 (282x/58%); -ra2 (148x/30%); -da (30x/6%); -de3 (20x/4%); -re6 (4x/1%); -ra (3x/1%); -ru (1x/0%).
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[1] 3 12 266
[2] 107

171 distinct forms attested; click to view forms table.

1. (to be) distant (488x/100%)

~ LEX/Old Babylonian/Nippur niĝ2-lu2-ur14 su3-ud Nigga 143. ELA/Old Akkadian/Nippur 1(aš@c) bur an-sud [...] OSP 2, 051 6. ELA/Ur III/Umma ki-su7 gu-la a-ša3-la2-mah-še3 ma2 gid2-da sud? MVN 05, 040 4.

See: a sud; bala ud sud; gar sud; niĝlu'ur sud; siki sud; sum sud.

2. (to be) remote, long-lasting

3. (to be) profound

Akk. nesû "to be distant"; rêqu "to be distant, go far off".

[1985] M. Civil, Melanges Birot 78.

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