By Martha T. Roth
Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the collage of Chicago, quantity 17, S, half three edited by means of Martha T Roth xxxiv + 420p (Oriental Institute, 1992)
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In the stative) to be regularly engaged in an activity, to devote oneself to, 3. to 2' in hendiadys: nile ... nakru i-saarray, to set in a row, 4. (in hendiadys, dir-ma igtanahhit the enemy will keep also sudduru) to do little by little, in attacking (that) people constantly CT 39 installments, to let an unspecified time elapse before doing something, 5. sud= 17:59 (SB Alu); [ana] jdli ardikaana tubbdti si-di-ir-maIuknamma rema show favor to duru to do, send regularly, to occur regularly, 6. sudduru to do in install- me, your servant, constantly and have ments, 7.
RA u huluppaqqa ana restored from dupl. CT 40 9 Sm. 772 r. 1 (SB Alu), cf. imilam sa-[dir] is regular every day ibid. 5; Summa ana iii sa-dir (opposite: 64, (with ana qerdti) ibid. 86, cf. ibid. 888:5, cf. (figurines) ana utini ta-sad-dir ibid. 9, see AfO 10 365; i-sad-di-ru (in broken context) Summa ana bit abilu sa-dir ibid. NE sa-dir if a man Or. NS 21 138 r. ); if Venus MUL. ME saa-ad-rat VAT 10218 ii 74 and 75, cf. ZA 43 94:69' (Sittenkanon); Summa ana bit il dliu sa-dir CT 40 11:65, cf. ibid.
9, also KAR 144:1, cf. NA saddri STT PN UGULA 66:8, see ZA 32 174, cf. the 27th (var. 29th) DUMU PN sd-bi-im Pinches Berens Coll. 102 r. 22, cf. ibid. NA TIM 2 93:14, JCS 17 84 No. 12 r. 7' (both letters), Syria 5 271 r. A 300 r. 14, var. from BRM 4 19:14; takkal tagatti (witnesses) TCL 11 149:32; PN sa-bu-um (witness) UCP 10 94 No. 18:21, also, wr. , VAS 13 68 r. 5, 76 r. 9, 95 r. 1, Riftin 25:10, JRAS 1926 437 136:157f. (hymn to Samag); if in a city Lt. MES mddu tavern keepers CT38 4:79, dupl.