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PART 1: University Edition 1 (960 Pages). Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary And History. (Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, ... Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew)

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Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. A massive dictionary of 960 pages, previously published in 4 volumes by Times Square Press. New York, Berlin, Paris. De Lafayette Sumerian-English Dictionary is a major & unprecedented accomplishment in the fields of linguistics & comparative study of ancient languages and civilizations; it is a Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. It is unique, because it does not only translate & define Sumerian words, but also tells us how and where from, the Sumerian words originated and their derivations, and refers us to similar words (Similar meaning, writing and pronunciations) found in the languages of the ancient world.

 

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University Edition 1 (960 Pages). Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary And History. (Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, ... Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebre)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are samples of how the dictionary lists and defines Sumerian words and references made to other ancient languages:

* Habiru, "Eberu", "Ebara", "Apiru", "Habiri": Noun.
* Akkadian/Assyrian/Proto Hebrew/Egyptian/Sumerian/
* Akkadian/Phoenician/Semite. 
* Name of the early Jews/Hebrews. 
* Derived from the Akkadian word Ebara, usually referring to the early Hebrews/Jews who crossed the desert of Sinai. 
* Habiru means those who traversed or crossed a land or a river. 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land. 
* The Assyrian verb is Ebro, meaning to cross; it is a contemporary Assyrian Western dialect. 
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect. 
* Eberu in Akkadian. 
* Abra in Arabic. 
* The verb is Eberu in Akkadian/Assyrian. 
* a- To cross over.
* b- To traverse.
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect. 
* Ebro in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect. 
* 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land.
* 'Aabiroun in plural.

* Ama: Noun. Mother. 
* Ima in Hebrew. 
* Ama in ancient Syriac. 
* Ummum in Akkadian. 
* Oum in literary/written Arabic, and Mama in spoken Arabic.
* Anna in Hittite.

* Bit: Sumerian/Assyrian. Noun. A house. 
* Beit in Hebrew. 
* Beyt, Bayt and Beit in Arabic. 
* Bet, Bayto and Bayta in ancient Aramaic.
* Bitu in ancient Akkadian.

* Shamash: Noun. Sumerian/Assyrian/Akkadian. 
* In the Sumerian mythology, he is associated with god Utu. (d ama, in Akkadian) Shamash is the sun god, and the son of Sin and Ningal, created by the Anunnaki.
* In Akkadian and Sumerian, Shamash means the sun.
* From Shamash, derived the:
* a- Arabic word Shams "Chams", which means the sun. 
* b- Hebrew word Shemesh, which means the sun. The Hebraic city of Beit Shemesh (Beit means house, but here, it means temple. Shemesh means sun) was named after the Canaanite sun goddess Shemesh.
* c- Aramaic word sheh'-mesh, which also means the sun.
* d- Phoenician and Ugaritic words Shem and Shema, which mean the sun and are used as a symbol for the heavens.
* Etymologically, all these words derived from the Ana'kh word Shama, which means either the sun or the heavens (Sky). In the Akkadian/Sumerian clay tablets, Shamash is depicted as "the supreme judge of heaven and earth", and "the lord of all living creatures." 

In addition, the dictionary tells us how words were used, who used them and where did those words appear in epics & clay tablets.
* Gabsu "Gabsa": Adverb. Adjective. Sumerian/Assyrian 
* Meaning: Mighty, Large, Strong.
* "Edu gabshu sha mahira la ishu." Annals of Sardanapalus. "Mighty leader, who has no rival."
*"Kizir shunu gabsha lu pirisha." From the Annals of Tiglath Pileser. "I broke through their large body." 
* "Itti umanate-shunu gabshate ina er va shade huris lu amdahiz." Annals of Tiglath Pileser. "I victoriously fought with their strong soldiers in city and mountain ."

 


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7th Edition. New De Lafayette Mega Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary, Epistemology And History. Vol.1 (A-B) (Origin, Epistemology, Etymology and Derivation of Words in Ancient/Dead Languages)Vol. 1 from a set of 4 volumes of approximately 1000 pages & containing hundreds upon hundreds of illustrations & photos. New De Lafayette Mega Sumerian-English Dictionary is a major & unprecedented accomplishment in the fields of linguistics & comparative study of ancient languages and civilizations; it is a Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. It is unique, because it does not only translate & define Sumerian words, but also tells us how and where from the Sumerian words originated & their derivations & refers us to similar words (Similar meaning, writing and pronunciations) found in Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Here are samples of how the dictionary lists and defines Sumerian words and references made to other ancient languages:

* Habiru, "Eberu", "Ebara", "Apiru", "Habiri": Noun.
* Akkadian/Assyrian/Proto Hebrew/Egyptian/Sumerian/
* Akkadian/Phoenician/Semite.
* Name of the early Jews/Hebrews.
* Derived from the Akkadian word Ebara, usually referring to the early Hebrews/Jews who crossed the desert of Sinai.
* Habiru means those who traversed or crossed a land or a river. 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land.
* The Assyrian verb is Ebro, meaning to cross; it is a contemporary Assyrian Western dialect.
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* Eberu in Akkadian.
* Abra in Arabic.
* The verb is Eberu in Akkadian/Assyrian.
* a- To cross over.
* b- To traverse.
* Ebara in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* Ebro in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect.
* 'Aber in Arabic means the person who crossed or traveled a land.
* 'Aabiroun in plural.


* Ama: Noun. Mother.
* Ima in Hebrew.
* Ama in ancient Syriac.
* Ummum in Akkadian.
* Oum in literary/written Arabic, and Mama in spoken Arabic.
* Anna in Hittite.


* Bit: Sumerian/Assyrian. Noun. A house.
* Beit in Hebrew.
* Beyt, Bayt and Beit in Arabic.
* Bet, Bayto and Bayta in ancient Aramaic.
* Bitu in ancient Akkadian.


* Shamash: Noun. Sumerian/Assyrian/Akkadian.
* In the Sumerian mythology, he is associated with god Utu. (d ama, in Akkadian) Shamash is the sun god, and the son of Sin and Ningal, created by the Anunnaki.
* In Akkadian and Sumerian, Shamash means the sun.
* From Shamash, derived the:
* a- Arabic word Shams "Chams", which means the sun.
* b- Hebrew word Shemesh, which means the sun. The Hebraic city of Beit Shemesh (Beit means house, but here, it means temple. Shemesh means sun) was named after the Canaanite sun goddess Shemesh.
* c- Aramaic word sheh'-mesh, which also means the sun.
* d- Phoenician and Ugaritic words Shem and Shema, which mean the sun and are used as a symbol for the heavens.
* Etymologically, all these words derived from the Ana'kh word Shama, which means either the sun or the heavens (Sky). In the Akkadian/Sumerian clay tablets, Shamash is depicted as "the supreme judge of heaven and earth", and "the lord of all living creatures."

In addition, the dictionary tells us how words were used, who used them, & where did they appear in epics & clay tablets.
* Gabsu "Gabsa": Adverb. Adjective. Sumerian/Assyrian 
* Meaning: Mighty, Large, Strong.
* "Edu gabshu sha mahira la ishu." Annals of Sardanapalus.  "Mighty leader, who has no rival."
*"Kizir shunu gabsha lu pirisha." From the Annals of Tiglath Pileser.  "I broke through their large body." 
* "Itti umanate-shunu gabshate ina er va shade huris lu amdahiz." Annals of Tiglath Pileser.  "I victoriously fought with their strong soldiers in city and mountain ."

* Habal: Noun Sumerian/Akkadian. Corruption 
* "Shuteshur la lihi la habal." Sargina, Khorsabad. "To rule without violence, without corruption."

Examples of some rich comparative definitions from the book:


Abgal: Noun.
 
  • A man of wisdom.
  • A sage in the service of a ruler.

Composed of two words:
 

  • Ab or Aba (Father)
  • Gal (A man who has acquired knowledge and wisdom.)

 
From Ab, derived the:
 

  • Hebrew Abba
  • Arabic Ab and Abu
  • Syriac Aba
  • Lebanese-Arabic Ab
  • Aramaic Abba
  • Sumerian Abi and Abu
  • Chaldean Abba
  • Anglo-Saxon Abbot
  • French Abbé and Papa
  • Ancient English Abbad
  • Modern Greek Baba (papas)
  • Italian Abbate

 ·         Hammurabi said: "Abim pi alidi-ya." (Of my father who begat me.)  
In its primitive form, Abgal meant:
 

  • Leader.
  • Father of the people.
  • Ruler.
  • Chief.

 
In ancient Sumer, it was used as a title of reverence and respect.
This ancient Sumerian title gave birth to the modern meaning of the word "Reverend" (Respected or respectable), usually used upon addressing a pastor.
The Arabs in the Middle and Near East regions call a priest or a pastor either Ab, Abouna or Mouhtaram.
The word Mouhtaram means respected, reverend.
The Copts (Christian Egyptians) and Ethiopians use the word Abouna or Abunna (Our father, referring to a priest.)
From Gal, derived the Arabic adjective Ghali which means:
 

  • Expensive.
  • Important.
  • Dear to loved ones.

 
Abgal, originally derived from the Anak'h Ab (leader; father) and Gh'al (From above or from heaven.)
 
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Anunnaki: Sumerian/Akkadian. Noun. The word Anunnaki is composed of three words or more, depending on the choice of linguists:
 

  • 1- Anu, which is the name of the Anunnaki's supreme god. And the epistemological meaning of Anu is: Lord; leader; king.
  • 2- Na, is either a verb or an adverb, meaning to send.  In many Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian and Old Babylonian texts and inscriptions, "Na" was written as "Ina", and meant in, from within, so on.
  • 3- Ki, generally means Earth in Akkadian and Sumerian. But Ki also means, in Akkadian and Sumerian:
  • a-The underworld,
  • b- The netherworld,
  • c- The world of death.
  • These three words were commonly referred to as KURNUGI (Kurnu-Ki), meaning hell and the land of no return.


The Akkadian/Sumerian Anunnaki word is used in a plural form to represent the gods of heaven and Earth, known as ANUNA, and are represented as a amê u erSetim, meaning of heaven and earth.

  •  a amê means heaven or sky in Akkadian and Sumerian.
  • Shem and shama in Phoenician,
  • Sama in Arabic.


ErSetim means earth.
Thus, the Anunnaki and Igigi are grouped together under Anunna.
Later on in history, and in order to differentiate between the Anunnaki and the Igigi;
 

  • The scribes called the Anunnaki, the gods of Earth, also gods of the netherworld, and  gods of the Empire of Death;
  • The scribes called the Igigi, gods of the Heaven.

 
This differentiation is very clear in all the Mesopotamian clay tablets, particularly in the Ishtar Descent to the Underworld (Ki), the poem/myth of Gilgamesh, the Enuma Elish, etc...
 
 Other names of the Anunnaki:
The Anunnaki were known to many neighboring countries in the Near East, Middle East, and Anatolia.
And because of the languages' differences, the Anunnaki were called differently.
 

  • 1-The Habiru (Early Hebrews/Israelites) called them Anakim and Nephilim, meaning to fall down to earth.
  • 2-Some passages in the Old Testament refer to them as Elohim.
  • 3-In Ashuric (Assyrian-Chaldean), and Syriac-Aramaic, they are called Jabaariyn, meaning the mighty ones.
  • 4-In Aramaic, Chaldean and Hebrew, the Anunnaki as Gibborim mean the mighty or majestic ones.
  • 5-In literary Arabic, it is Jababira. The early Arabs called them Al Jababira; sometimes Amalika.
  • 6-The Egyptians called them Neteru.
  • 7-The early Phoenicians called them An.Na Kim, meaning the god or heaven who sent them to us.
  • 8-The early inhabitants of Arwad called then Anu.ki, meaning the subjects or followers of Anu. Sometimes, they were called Anu. Ki.ram. (Ram means people,  persons, community, tribes, group)
  • 9-The early Hyksos (Ancestors of the Armenians) who invaded and ruled Egypt, called them the Anuramkir and Anuramkim, meaning the people of Anu on earth. It is composed of three words: Anu + ram (People) + Ki (Earth). The primitive form of Ki was kir or kiim.
  • 10-The Greeks called them the Annodoti.
  • 11- In the Book of Enoch, they are called The Nephilim, "The Sons of God," or the "Watchers".
  • 12-The Ulema call them Annakh or Al Annaki, meaning the people from above.
  • 13-In other parts of Anatolia, and especially in the lands of the Hittites, the Anunnaki were also called Anunnaku, and Ananaki.

 The Annunaki appeared in the Babylonian creation myth/epic, "Enuma Elish". In the late version, glorifying Marduk, after the creation of mankind, Marduk divides the Anunnaki and assigns them to diverse parts of the earth. 
According to later Babylonian myths, the Anunnaki were the children of Anu and Ki, brother and sister gods, themselves the children of Anshar and Kishar (Skypivot and Earthpivot) who were the children of Lahm and Lahmu, names/titles bestowed  upon the gatekeepers of  the Abzu temple at Eridu.

 

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SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY (4 Volumes)

 

SUMERIAN ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, ... AND DEFINITIONS IN 12 ANCIENT LANGUAGES)VOLUME 1: SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic.
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SUMERIAN ENGLISH DICTIONARY. Vol. 2: Vocabulary and conversation.VOLUME 2: SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic.

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Volume 2. from a set of 3 volumes. SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. A most unique dictionary of the Sumerian language on many levels; mainly because of its comparison and analogy between Sumerian and 12 languages of the ancient world, such as, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Written by a scholar who has to his credits 600 published books, and 9 dictionaries on the languages of the Near East, Middle East, Asia Minor and Europe. The dictionary is in Latin script. Thousands of entries, definitions and epistemological explanation of the origin of the word, its derivation and variants in other languages. Abundance of photos, maps, illustrations and sketches.

 

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VOLUME 3: SUMERIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY: VOCABULARY, AND HISTORY. Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. (L-R)

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COMPARE WORDS AND DEFINITIONS IN 12 ANCIENT LANGUAGES Volume 3 from a set of 4 volumes: A most unique dictionary of the Sumerian language on many levels; mainly because of its comparison and analogy between Sumerian and 12 languages of the ancient world, such as, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Written by a scholar who has to his credits 715 published books, and 9 dictionaries on the languages of the Near East, Middle East, Asia Minor and Europe. The dictionary is in Latin script. Thousands of entries, definitions and epistemological explanation of the origin of the word, its derivation and variants in other languages. Abundance of photos, maps, illustrations and sketches.

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Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary And History. Vol. 4 (Letters S-Z)

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Sumerian-English Dictionary: Vocabulary, And History. Vol. 4 (Letters S-Z) Comparative Lexicon of Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. COMPARE WORDS AND DEFINITIONS IN 12 ANCIENT LANGUAGES A most unique dictionary of the Sumerian language on many levels; mainly because of its comparison and analogy between Sumerian and 12 languages of the ancient world, such as, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hittite, Aramaic, Syriac, Hebrew, Arabic. Written by a scholar who has to his credits 800 published books, and 9 dictionaries on the languages of the Near East, Middle East, Asia Minor and Europe. The dictionary is in Latin script. Thousands of entries, definitions and epistemological explanation of the origin of the word, its derivation and variants in other languages. Abundance of photos, maps, illustrations and sketches.

 

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