By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the college of Chicago, quantity nine, L edited by means of Martha T Roth xx + 259p (Oriental Institute, 1973)
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Streck Asb. 308 e 3, cf. (in broken context) ibid. c) in metaphoric use - 1' applied to gods: 214:10; [iltabbi]s maski lab-bi-im-ma irappud ina same rimdku ina erseti lab-ba-ku(var. -ka) s[era] he will clothe himself with the skin of in the heavens I am a wild ox, on earth I am a lion and will roam over the steppe Gilg. a lion Cagni Erra I 107; dIr-ni-ni-i-tum la-abVII iii 48; aggu la-bu sa itakkalu dumuq Szr[i] bu nadru libbaki liniha Irninitum, raging (see aggu usage b) Lambert BWL 74:50 (The- lion, may your heart find calm STC 2 pl.
473:8, cf. kuzipp~ -sa-bi-su (= ultabbissu) 66:9, also BBR No. MU 4-su ABL 1454 r. 2, lubusti tu-lab-ba-gi ABL 1013 r. ) birme kite 4-lab-bi-su I gave him a linen garment with multicolored trimmings Winckler Sar. pl. SIG -lab-bid-ma I provided the naked with clothing Borger Esarh. 25:27, cf. mu 4-su you put goat hair on it (the figurine of a dog) Or. NS 36 1:16; sahar% gubbd ki lubdri li-la-ab-bi-su-ma may he (Sin) cover him with leprosy as with an (all- [. ] -lab-ba-su-us ibid. 110 Fragm. A 2; lubultu birme u-lab-bi-su-ma I gave him a garment with multicolored trimmings (and a golden chain, golden rings) Streck Asb.
B) with words for royal rule: titbi libbi tiibi Seri ardku fme u la-bar pale ana bil sar. ; 1. to last, to endure, 2. litab= buru to last, 3. lubburu to last a long time, to live to an old age, 4. lubburu to prolong, to make last a long time, 5. lutabburu to last long, to live long, to endure, 6. sulburu to live long, to last, 7. sulburu to prolong, to keep going; from OAkk. on; I ilbir ilabbir, 1/3, II, 11/2, III; written syll. and ABL 792:3, cf. ABL 520:3, and passim, cf. la-ba-ripale ana dirikti surkam grant me a firm throne, a long reign TIL (in mng.