A Theological Study of Old-Babylonian Personal Names, Vol. 2 by Alpin Wendell Bowes

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V ' <1> I-au-ur-E-e (UET V, 114:r22> _ A A ltanah-Sin "He h•• becoa. tired, 0 Sin" d (1) I-ta-na-aCh- ElN-ZU A _ A "My counsel is with Sin" . ) <2> V, 389:5) CIlt-ti-dEN-ZU-ai-il-ki (JliI. V,. a1 3> ·~Th. l-ai1ku - (Wi! <1> It-ti-dUTU-ai-il-ku (JliI. V, 312:r7) A ... urea-Sin . d ll <1> I-tu-re-ea- EN-ZU (Riftin, SVJAD, 22:r25> , . uJl-Enlil d e ~ (1) Ki:'tua- EN-LICL] (Yi!. V, 561:ii 13> "Praise Kubur" !

UET V, 143:r18) -< 310 tlEa is Illy protective spirit" , , (1) E-a-la-[m]a-si (UET V, 636:18) Ea-mali)~ , tlEa is the counselor tl (1) E-a-aa-lik (UET V, 557:r18) Ea-Iftasslu'" tlEa is the expert" , (1) E-a-aas-su (UET V, Ea-JIlub,allit J 523~9) tlEa is the life-giver" , , (1) E-a-mu-ba-li-1t (UET V, 219:4) "0 Ea, he is called by the god tl Ea-nab1-ili , , , (1) E-a-ne-bi-i-li Ea-naJ,ir , (~V, 354:r12) tlEa is the protector" (1) E-a-na-sir (Yi!. I. I. (1) E-a-ri~im-i-li

D . " ~14:4) (6) I-ri-ba-am- d EN-ZU (UET V, 518:5> (7) I-ri-ba-am-XXX (UET V, 697:16> Eridug-liwwir "May Eridu shine brightly" (1) NUN-KI-li-wi-ir (UET V, 200:6) Eri~ti-ili liThe desired one o£ the god" v " (l)·E-ri-ia-ti-i-li (UET V, 160:r23> v Eristi-Kudurru "The desired one o£ Kudurru" v d ' (1). ta my creator II , (1) Ir-ra-ba-ni (Yi!. V, 357:4) '"Erra is the one who spares" Erra-gamil , (1) Ir-ra-ga-mil (UET V, 418:r10) , (2) Ir-ra-ga-mi-el CUET V, 111:12> " , (3) Ir-ra-ga-mi-1'l CUET·- V, 197:r4) o ,;;~.

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