SACRUL in TABLITELE DE LA TARTARIA


Majoritatea cercetatorilor, mai mult decat presupun, sant de acord ca tablita rotunda contine in jumatatea sperioara un continut, respectiv mesaj cu caracter sacru. https://tb.ziareromania.ro/Tablitele-de-la-Tartaria—cea-mai-veche-scriere-a-lumii-descoperita-in-Romania-/11d8fc1499881e962/400/225/2/70/Tablitele-de-la-Tartaria—cea-mai-veche-scriere-a-lumii-descoperita-in-Romania-.jpg

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Aceasta pentru ca doua din tablite sant gaurite, gauri prin care trecea un snur si destinate a fi purtate in jurul gatului. Astfel tablita dreptunghiulara ACOPEREA COMPLET jumatatea superioara a celei rotunde, fiind ascunsa de privirile trecatorilor. Eu, cu educatia timpurilor moderne si multe limitari in gandire, ma asteptam cumva ca acea portiune sa contina un mesaj legat direct sau indirect de vreo zeitate. Foarte multi cercetatori au vazut in secventa DDoo doar un numar (1,1,10,10=”22″), (adevarat nu scris dupa tipicul sumerian unde zecile sant in stanga si unitatile in dreapta). In acest sens exista intrpretarile precedente a 3-4 oameni de stiinta (si a mea).De la inaltimea stiintei lor, au facut una dupa alta doua greseli impardonabile.Sau sa fim mai blanzi, au fost “vrajiti” de asemanarea semnelor cu cele pentru numere. 1. Au confundat (si asimilat) amprenta=semnul imprimat pentru numarul 1/”dis” cu reprezentarea/forma sa bidimensionala trasata, D. Semne gen D, litera (d mare de tipar) trasata (si nu imprimata) pentru numere, in aceasta forma nu au fost folosite deloc de sumerieni. 2. Au asimilat semnele O trasate ca cercuri ca fiind fiecare numarul 10, cand sumerienii faceau semnul prin imprimare, deci era disc plin. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Karenleigh_A_Overmann/publication/301221553/figure/fig9/AS:639266971471876@1529424531807/Proto-cuneiform-tablet-W-9578-g-from-Uruk-IV-3350-3200-BC-with-numerical-impressions.png

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In stanga avem cate doua numere 14(10,1,1,1,1) iar in dreapta 28(10,10 si de 8 ori 1)

Semnele “O O” trasate sunt de fapt semnele (tot trasate) LAGAB + LAGAB= NIGIN https://cdli.ucla.edu/tools/SignLists/protocuneiform/archsigns.html “LAGAB” :

In schimb au folosit 2 semne trasate, care chiar seamana cu litera D.Probabil datorita dimensiunilor mici sau urmare a unui progres, nu au mai trasat liniutele din interior. CELE DOUA SEMNE “D” SUMERIENE PROTO CUNEIFORME TRASATE SANT: Semnul GAR care se citeste Ninda:”ratie de cereale/paiine” https://cdli.ucla.edu/tools/SignLists/protocuneiform/archsigns.html

Repet desi nu a existat in realitate la sumerieni un asemenea semn D trasat “gol”.In lucrarile precedente am facut referire si la alt semn asemanator BUR.

———- Semnul GAR citeste NINDA ———-

Sumerische Glossare und Indizes (SGI) Belegsammlung ˆgar [PLACE(loc)] wr. ˆgar; ˆgá; ˆgá-ar; ˆg ́aˆgar; ˆgarar; mar; ˆg ́aˆgarar “to put, place, lay down;to give in place of something, replace”;(a pune, așeza; a da în locul a ceva, înlocui “)

ePSD Didtionary GAR: former,retired (fost, trecut,retras) ; to heap up (a aduna) ;http://psd.museum.upenn.edu/epsd/epsd/e4362.html ninda [BREAD] (11296x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Ebla, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old Babylonian, unknown) wr. ninda; inda “bread; food” Akk. akalu / pâine; alimente

www.bulgari-istoria-2010.com › …PDF Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary 12013CT – bulgari-istoria 5 mai 205 mai 2000 — NINDA2 | ĝar (gar) [2505x] = place, to put, lay down; to give in place of something, replace; to posit (math.) | niĝ2 (nig2 ) loc, a pune, întinde; a da în locul a ceva, înlocui; a poziționa (matematică)

——– Doua semne GAR alaturate, adica GAR-GAR ———-

Un cercetator, Patrick C. Ryan in lucrarea sa Sumerian Archaic Sign Table presupune ca doua semne D alaturate

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au echivalentul fonetic sumerian “MIN,MAN”.Apoi echivalentul fonetic Sumerian al acestui semn ar fi 940, man?; min (cu semnul intrebarii adica dansul presupune, propune…)min Acest cercetator nu este epigrafist sau sumerolog, este lingvist. El merge pe firul timpului inapoi in timp inspre o presupusa proto-limba.Nu stiu cum a gasit aceasta secventa de semne presupus de el sumeriene DD daca le-a vazut undeva(nu cred) sau le presupune asa in imaginatia sa bogata si prolifica. Suficient este ca fiind singurul loc unde am gasit-o si bazanduma ca oricum este om de stiinta ar trebui sa o iau in consideratie.Pare ca dansul considera cumva ca MIN care inseamna 2 este compus din doua semne D care fiecare reprezinta 1 ?? In orice caz sumerienii foloseau reduplicarea nu numai pentru a exprima pluralul ci si pentru a obtine expresii noi. Exemplu: Semnul GAR inseamna la sumerieni ” a pune,intinde” insa semnul reduplicat GAR-GAR inseamna actiunea precedenta repetata de mai multe ori, rezultand “acumulare,a aduna

———— sa luam intai acest Gar-Gar de mai departe ——–

105.235.201.125 › Linguistic Afrasian Phonology Cover Though Afrasian plays a critical role in the reconstruction of Proto-Nostratic … A. Semitic: [Proto-Semitic (reduplicated) *gar-gar- ‘to rumble, to roar, to growl, (Rom.: a bubui, a vui, a mârâi )

www.academia.edu › Bomhard_A_… (PDF) Bomhard – A Comprehensive Introduction to Nostratic … ‘rolling, round, bent, twisted, turned’ A. Proto- Afrasian *g¦ar- ‘to roll, to revolve’: Proto-Semitic (reduplicated) *gar-gar‘to roll, to revolve‘ ..(Rom.:a se rostogoli, a se învârti)

Vainahi, as a population of the Terek Valley and mountainous areas, they appear in Strabo’s “Geography” (1st millennium BC) under the name “gargarei” (from the Hurrian “gargar” – “relative”). At that time, the Hurrian population of Karabakh was called by the same term. (Rom.: in huriana, “ruda“)

Sum. gar ‘to heap up’, gargar ‘accumulation‘, PIE *gar- ‘to collect, heap’, Greek ageiro (from *a-ger-yo) ‘to gather, collect’, agorà ‘assembly, place of assembly, market-place’, gargara ‘heaps, lots, plenty Rom.: in sumeriana, gargar:”acumulare” iar in greaca veche, gargara:”gramezi, multe

sefarad.revistas.csic.es › articlePDF A note on the Sumerian expression SI-ge4-de3/dam – Sefarad were established using the reduplication verb gar (i.e. ga2-ga2– … put‘ or ‘to place‘ {sakãnum) ^^ but also ‘to heap up’, ‘to store’ Rom: folosind verbul de reduplicare gar (adică ga2-ga2- … “a pune„ sau „ a plasa ”{sakãnum) ^^ dar și „ a aduna ”, ” a stoca

ga’iššupsd.museum.upenn.edu › epsd › akkadian-toc-G gar [HEAP] wr. gar “to heap up” (a aduna)

Sumerische Glossare und Indizes (SGI) Belegsammlung gar-gar
gargar [ACCUMULATION] wr. gar-gar “accumulation” (acumulare)
gar HEAP (morman, gramada)(4 instances: Early Old Babylonian [1]; Old Babylonian [2]; Hellenistic [1].) Base
forms: gar; gar-gar. 1. to heap up (a aduna)

sikipsd.museum.upenn.edu › epsd › english-toc-Hgu gar [PILE UP] wr. gu2 gar; gu2 gar-gar “to pile up” Rom.:”a aduna” Akk. gurrunu guru [HEAP] wr. guru7; gur11 “to heap up” Akk. kamāru; karû guru [STORE] wr. guru7 “grain …

springer.com › content › pdf << (AHw “schichten, haufen”/”straturi,gramezi“),to which correspond the Sumerian term gar.gar ..>>

www.jstor.org › <<stable artificial language in ancient mesopotamia — a dubious … – JStor gar.gar is a common logogram in mathematical texts for kamarum,. “to accumulate“>>

Rezultate de pe web Rabies and Rabid Dogs in Sumerian and Akkadian Literature – JStor Grammatical Texts,43 the paradigms of gar-gar = nup- puhu, “to be angry, blow up” a fi furios, a arunca în aer

Doua semne GAR adica GAR GAR=semnul URI: oi.uchicago.edu › pdf › sume…PDF Rezultate de pe web the sumerians – Oriental Institute – University of Chicago glossary of Sumerian words from the bilinguals known in his day … southern boundary; that the district Uri, usually equated with. Akkad / limita sudică; districtul Uri, echivalat de obicei cu. Akad

————– Semnul BUR. ————– Am constatat cu surprindere ca si BUR este legat de mancare.

ePSD Dictionary rechnik.sumerskog bur [BOWL];(food) offering, sacrifice 2. meal(-time) 3. (stone)
bowl 4. a priest rom:[BOL ; (hrană) ofrandă, sacrificiu 2. masă (timp) 3. (piatră) castron 4. un preot]; BUR2: a container?(container); BUR: [GLOW(stralucire)] bur2..light (lumina) 2. to glow, shine; “to blow; light up; rise” (a străluci; “a sufla; a lumina; creştere”) ;bur [GRASS(iarba)] bur [LOCUS] a cultic location (loc cultic);bur [SPREAD(rspandire)]; BUR2:to release, free 2. to reveal 3. to spread out, cover; “to release, free” “to spread; (a elibera, gratuit 2. a dezvălui 3. a se întinde, acoperi; „A elibera, liber” „a răspândi;)bur [TEAR(rupere)];bur [TREE(copac)]a tree;bur [UNIT] a unit of volume(a surface measure)”

Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary 12013CT – bulgari …www.bulgari-istoria-2010.com › Rechnici › Sumerian_Cu….. BUR [85x] = (food) offering, sacrifice; meal(-time); (stone) bowl; / ofrandă (de hrana), sacrificiu; masa (timp de); castron (din piatră)

http://mugsarsumerian.com/default.htm BUR [85x] = (food) offering, sacrifice; meal(-time); (stone) bowl; a priest

——– Culmea, in situatia in care savantii ne explica ca precedentul semn GAR provine de la forma castronului cu margini/buze duble/tesite. —— wikipedia beweled rim bowl vezi si https://ro.pinterest.com/pin/468022586275613811/ double rim bowl

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vezi si https://ro.pinterest.com/pin/468022586275613811/ double rim bowl

Atunci mi-am zis: daca hieroglifa egipteana T https://www.mummies2pyramids.info/hieroglyphics/hieroglyph-letter-t.htm

Hieroglyphic Symbol for the Letter T ***

inseamna “jimbla de paine” si avem nu unul ci doua semne sumeriene proto cuneiforme legate de paine si mancare, am presupus ca exista o forma neatestata si negasita in alte inscriptii care le sintetizeaza pe toate si ca urmare a unei evolutii apare ca un D simplu. ===================================================== In prezenta o sa fac o interpretare (nefacuta pana acum) luind in considerare de aceasta data acceptia BUR.

Apoi exista un gen de corespondenta bur<>gur Etymological Dictionary of Akkadian Volume 1/1 – De Gruyterwww.degruyter.com › downloadpdf › titleentries with certain or likely Sumerian etymology, which he prepared during his stay … short vowel would drop): kurru < gur “kor” vs. pūru < bur “bowl/rom.”castron

www.bulgari-istoria-2010.com › …PDF Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary BUR [ 85x] = (food) offering, sacrifice; meal(-time); ( stone) .

https://docplayer.org/68553162-Ur-dynasty-tablets-dungi-bur-sin-gimil-sin-and-ibi-sin-james-b-nies-ph-d-leipzig.html << BUR ‘Release’, ‘pay (eliberare,plata)>>

—————— Ce inseamna doua semne bur: ——————

A Dictionary of the Bible: Volume I, Part I (A – Cyrus)books.google.ro › books… << Ur, Eridu, Erech, and Nisin ; and, like the middle kings of Ur (Ur-gur and Dungi), they style themselves ‘ king of Ki-Ingi and Ki- burbur (Sumer and Akkad).>>


Sumerian Hymnology: The Ersemma – Page 178 – Google Books Resultbooks.google.ro › books
If this is the case, then the most appropriate meanings for BUR.BUR are damu, “to stagger,”/rom.: a se clatina and dilu A, “to wander about in despair.”/a rataci in disperare

https://biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/expository-times/015_11_514.pdf <<(No. XL), has published a syllabary from which we learn that the ideograph BUR-BUR, besides
representing Uri or Ur, Assyrian Akkadu, and Tilla, Assyrian Urdh11 or Ararat, also represented
Ari, Assyrian Amurru. Amurru, the land of. the Amorites, denoted Syria and Palestine, more
especially the mountainous part of them
, and in Ari I see a Sumerian (?) reproduction of the
Canaanitish har, ‘mountain.’
/ //rom.:ideograma BUR-BUR, în plus reprezinta Uri sau Ur, Asirian Akkadu și Tilla, Asirian Urdh11 sau Ararat, de asemenea, reprezinta Ari, Asirian Amurru. Amurru, țara. Amoriții, denotau Siria și Palestina, mai mult
în special partea montană a acestora, iar în Ari văd o reproducere sumeriană (?) a Canaanitului har, „munte”.

https://arutkural.tripod.com/sumstudies/gudea-tbuild.html <<sum. bur-bur Ta. puri : to  understand; Ta. pul: knowledge. Also Ta. piri: to open up , separate etc.>>

http://www.sitchiniswrong.com/AnunnakiFalkensteinEnglish.pdf <<The majority of the supporting documents reference only limited doings of the A.
The citations which report that the A. go to, or haste to (bur-bur), a cultic site or to a god
[Sumerian text], contain the underlying idea that the A. have their dwelling places in
different locations, and from there, come together at various locations. >> (Rom.:Majoritatea documentelor justificative se referă doar la lucrări limitate ale Anunna
Citațetele care raportează că A. se îndreaptă către sau se grăbesc (bur-bur), spre un sit cultic sau un zeu
[Text sumerian], conține ideea de bază că A. își au locurile de locuit în diferite locații și, de acolo, se reunesc în diferite locații.)

A (sumér-szabir-szkíta-kelta)-magyar Európafiles.conifertreasury.org › … << egy szemita központosulással szembesülünk, amelynek iránya Sumer, a sumér … Tehát a “BUR-BUR” elnevezés földrajzilag igen nagy területre értelmezhető >>(Rom:…ne confruntăm cu o centralizare semitică în direcția Sumer, sumerian. Deci, numele „BUR-BUR” poate fi interpretat geografic pentru o zonă foarte mare …)

… semnul BUR-BUR=inseamna Uri..dar si Ur hurrians and subarians – Oriental Institute – University of Chicagooi.uchicago.edu › pdf › saoc22 THE ORIENTAL INSTITUTE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO … oi.uchicago.edu … Akkad,” whence, since the sign URI is supposedly composed of BUR.BUR

A Study of Sumerian Words for “Animal Hole”_百度文库wenku.baidu.com  … Let the water sources (bur-bur) of the Buranuna be equal to the River.

https://archive.org/stream/cu31924028555757/cu31924028555757_djvu.txt <<the ordinary sign uru meaning “city,” {Amurru p. 113) ; the sign uru^’^ meaning “whirlwind, city;” the sign BUR-BUR ^uri {Amurru p. 113), etc., are all used to represent the name of the god Uru {^=Amurru). In short, these many signs standing for the pronunciation Uru or Ur as the name of a god in early Babylonian literature, and also in the late syllabaries, where such obsolete deities’ names of the past were preserved, unquestionably repre- sented the name of the god under consideration.>>

Sumerian Lexicon – Sumerian Language Page 11 aug. 1999 — Beyond these words, two- thirds of this lexicon now … bůr: a square surface measure = 6.48 hectares = 18 iku … capacity; whole (cf., kilib and gur4-gur4) [NIGIN archaic. ——— NIGIN pronunta niñin ——————– <vezi imediat sus, echivalent cu?>gur4-gur4 (?)

http://psd.museum.upenn.edu/epsd/e4234.html Old Babylonian niĝin [ENCIRCLE]; niĝin “to prowl, roam; to enclose, confine; to encircle; to search; to turn; to return; to go around; to tarry”  (Rom.: a rătăci, a cutreiera;a închide; a înconjura; a căuta; a intoarce; a se intoarce; a merge în jur; a rămâne ” )

books.google.ro › books Astrology and Cosmology in the World’s Religions Nicholas Campion — 2012 · Social Science The process of reproduction resulted in the creation of the first generation of gods, including … up of an-ki, heaven and earth; the Sumerian an.ki.nigin.na translates as “the entire universe” (intregul univers)

https://is.muni.cz/el/1421/jaro2013/PAPVB_13/um/40794229/Halloran_version_3.pdf niñin(2): n., enclosure, circle; capacity; whole (cf., kilib and gur4-gur4) [NIGIN archaic frequency: 11].
v., to halt, turn away; to turn round; to surround; to assemble; to pen up cattle; to wander about; to circle; to
make the rounds / a se opri, a se întoarce; a se întoarce; a inconjura; a asambla; a crește vitele; a rătăci; a incercui; a face rondul (usually níñin[LAGAB] for hamtu form and niñin or ni10-
ni10[LAGAB.LAGAB] for marû form) (ní;ne4, ‘fear’, + ñin, ‘to go’).
niñin(2,3): vertigo (as a disease); faintness, dizziness; thirst.
nìñin, ni9: premature or stillborn child; malformed child; monstrosity.
niñin5,7,8,9, nimen(3,4,5); naña: district, province.

——————- Interpretare: —————————— Semnele H D = semne BUR?/GAR?+GA2/citit Ku= ofranda(de mancare),sacrificiu; sacru,sfant + a pune,alimente, paiine

Sumerian Lexicon – Sumerian Language Pagewww.sumerian.org › sumerianPDFAug 11, 1999 — ku: to base, found, build; to lie down (a baza, a găsit, a construi; a te intinde pe jos)

Sumerian Lexicon – Sumerian Language Pagewww.sumerian.org › sumerian << kug: n., silver; precious metal; money; noble ( argint; metal pretios; bani; nobil) [ku, ‘to base, build'(a baza,construi)+ aga(3), ‘diadem, circlet, crown'(diadema,cerculet ,coroana)] … adj., bright, pure; white; sacred, holy (luminos, pur; alb; sacru, sfânt)>>

———- Semnele : D D si o o=semnele “GAR-GAR/Bur-Bur si OO=LAGAB LAGAB”; ——— citeste: GAR-GAR Nigin sau Bur-Bur Nigin 1.nigin:district,adunare=comunitate“+ “acumulare,a aduna” 2.nigin:”total,toata,intreg” + “(cereale),paiine” 3.nigin:“district,adunare=comunitate“+ bur-bur:”Acadiana?,Amorita(Siriana,Palestiniana)” 4.NIGIN:”din districtul Nigin“+bur-bur:”sumerian,Sirian,etc.” 5.nigin:cresc vite, ratacesc, m-am oprit“+ bur-bur:” sumerian,akadian,sirian 6. nigin:”cutreier,ratacesc, m-am oprit,etc.”+(la) bur-bur:”sursa de apa” 7. nis+min(2x20=40)=nimin/nimen : 8.1.”district,provincie” (desi DD numai seamana cu 2) 8.2. 40, (numarul sacru a lui Enki)

CONCLUZIE: Semnele “HD“: Ritual de oferire a unei ofrande/sacrificiu. Semnele “DDoo”: (Facut de un) sumerian,sumerieni din orasul NIGIN, sau amorit din Siria sau alta parte. De aceea este portiunea aceasta acoperita pentru ca formula este sacra si la fel si ritualul in sine.Cu partea stanga e clar; pentru semnele DDoo, din combinatiile/propunerile de mai sus, una iese cumva in evidenta:

URI,UR(gar-gar,bur-bur) NIGIN: comunity,roaming around the city/ “comunitate sumeriana,akadiana, siriana/cutreierând prin oraș“; a aduna/painea toata

oi.uchicago.edu › docs › cad_sPDF Rezultate de pe web assyrian dictionary – Oriental Institute – University of Chicago << sa-bi-i m urul bdqili … bad.nigin = sah-hi-rat du-ri, uri.nigin = sah-hi-rat URU >> etern in jurul orasului, in jurul zidurilor.

books.google.ro › books The Class Reunion—An Annotated Translation and Commentary on the … J. Cale Johnson, Markham J. Geller <<.. bad.nigin = sah-hi-rat du-ri= “eternal roaming,going around the walls‘ 218 tiru nigin= sah-hi-rat URUroaming around the city‘>>bad-duru;”city wall” “bad3″: “city wall” or “fortification”.  “cutreierand in jurul zidurilor orasului“,”umbla aiurea orasul

=========== ! i n t e r e s a n t, 1.! ==================

Semnele “HD” de pe tablita sant semnele GA2-Gar

Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary 12013CT – bulgari …www.bulgari-istoria-2010.com › Rechnici › Sumerian_Cu…PDFMay 5, 2000 — The niftiest ‘Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary‘ in the university world: … GA2 (ĝa2 / gá), mal, bisag / bisaĝ [704x] (pisan) = basket | [208x] 

Sumerian Lexicon – Sumerian Language Pagewww.sumerian.org › sumerian PDF The Sumerian lexicon has benefitted from several classes at UCLA with … pisań(2/3), pisan(2/3): (open) basket; box, chest; frame Rom.: coș (deschis); cutie, CUFAR; cadru

I A- N V E D E T I C E A R E N E N E A E N K I I N MA N U T A : Din HumanPast.net Sumerian tablets https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/-9SxRO7vWB7xeT-SXWQ0VsHzV_PFwA4t9n-YF1AlsyfhlMfKPr6T30hGIKEqtpMvPf5H31DN2vW1l3CxAQflG5qnzz8vqm37

Sumerian Tablets

—————————————– Semne DDoo citire: 1, 1, 10, 10 > 2; 20 in sumeriana Min+ Nis, min.nis

ORBIS BIBLICUS ET ORIENTALIS 1m Auftrag der Stiftung …is.muni.cz › phil › PAPVB_13 › aBZL 61 v, Lgbd ll Z33QQLSU 261 C Lgbd II Z33 AA min , nis (puzur.

Altbabylonische Zeichenliste – Scribdwww.scribd.com › document › Altba… https://docplayer.org/149480780-Altbabylonische-zeichenliste-der-sumerisch-literarischen-texte.html  363 MAN = min3, niš (puzur2)

https://etcsl.orinst.ox.ac.uk/edition2/signlist.php sign name: u u CITIZEN ;sign: >> ;ETCSL Values: men 5 , min 3 , puzur 2 —————————-

165 puzur secret of the mouth pu.pdf https://www.academia.edu/35527906/165_puzur_secret_of_the_mouth_pu_pdf

<<The Akkadian scribe manipulated the word puzur >puzur Rom.: Scribul akkadian a manipulat cuvântul puzur puzur (buzur bur 3 buru3) puzur [SECRET].  Then the scribe created a bunch of homophones expanding the language out of thin air from asingle Akkadian word for secret: Rom.: Apoi, scribul a creat o grămadă de omofoni care extindeau limbajul “asa din aer”, dintr-un singur cuvânt akkadian pentru secret: puzur Homophones   puzur = U puzur 2 = U.U puzur 3 = U.ZAG puzur 4 = KA×GAN2@t.ŠA puzur 5 = KA×GAN2@t This arbitrary homophones proves that Sumerian was not a tonal language because all these cognates derived from a single Akkadian word. Rom.: Acest omofon arbitrar dovedește că sumeriana nu a fost o limba tonala, deoarece toate aceste înrudite derivate dintr-un singur cuvânt akkadian. “U”: bur 3  bur [UNIT].buru3 (see full listing)

U.U”:

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man (men5 mim3 min3 mina3mam mana)man [COMPANION]. min3 min [TWO].niš (neš nis)niš [TWENTY]. puzur 2 (buzur 2) puzur [SECRET]. tab4 tab [COMPANION].tab [DOUBLE].Full listing.

www.bulgari-istoria-2010.com › …PDF Sumerian Cuneiform English Dictionary 12013CT – bulgari-istoria 5 mai 2000 — Proto Cuneiform Signs (cdli) . … 2 [“2” / two numeric] | TAB [740x] = to double; to repeat; companion, partner, friend | cf.

<< Patrick C. Ryan a scos, (numai el stie de unde!) Sumerian Archaic Sign Table Semnul:

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Phonetic value/Valoare fonetica:” MIN, MAN” >> I N T E R P R E T A R E: semnele DD=2=man:”COMPANION” dar in acelasi timp si puzur2:”secret” + semnele “oo“=NIGIN=”total,whole”/rom.: “TOTAL, CU TOTUL…”

C O M P A N I O N ? S E C R E T ? T O T AL , C U T O T U L , I N T E G R A L , P E V I A T A

Translations of whole adjective : întreg “whole, entire, complete, full, round, total ; tot all, whole, livelong; integral :”integral, integrate, whole” Translations of livelong adjective trainic lasting, durable, strong, solid, livelong, tough tot all, whole, livelong lung long, lengthy, protracted, extensive, vast, livelong


is.muni.cz › PAPVB_13 › Ha…PDF Rezultate de pe web Sumerian Lexicon – IS MUNI 11 aug. 1999 — The Sumerian lexicon has benefitted from several classes at … buzur(2,4, 5), puzur(2,4,5): safety, security; secret, mystery;  Rom.: siguranță, securitate; secret, mister puzur [SECRET] (5x: Old Babylonian) wr. puzur4; puzur5; puzurpuzur2 “secret, shelter; protection, aegis, shadow, shelter” Akk. puzru .. Rom.: secret, adăpost; protecție, egidă, umbră, adăpostpuzur[cavity] – ePSDpsd.museum.upenn.edu › epsd puzur [CAVITY] wr. puzur3 “cavity, cave” Akk. huppu. [1], cuneiform |U.ZAG|, puzur3. 1. cavity, cave. Akk. huppu “hole, pit?” Rom.:”cavitate,pestera”,”gaura,groapa?”

Summerian Dictionaries – Real Paranormal Huntersrealhuntersofevil.wikifoundry.com › page › Summeria… … BUZUR = God of the Deep Mines (God Who Solves Secrets) …. si asa exista suspiciunea ca tabletele au fost aduse de un comerciant, metalurgist sau prospector de metale/?miner? …

Apoi , noi avem 1,1, 10,10 si nu 10,10,21,1, asa cum scriu sumerienii numerele cu zecile in stanga si unitatile in dreapta !,caz in care am avea “22”.Atunci nu putem citi altfel pe 2 si 20 decat:

Sumerian Grammar – Page 65 – Google Books Resultbooks.google.ro › books 40: [nimin], [nin]: Powell 1971, 48, CAD E 255 erbä lex. … [nimin], glossed ni-min, ni-mi-in, ni-in, may be explained as a reduced form of *[niš-min) “two twenties”. Rom.: doi-douazeci” (“40”)

Enki – Wikipediaen.wikipedia.org › wiki › Enki Enki is the Sumerian god of water, knowledge (gestú), mischief, crafts (gašam), and creation …Beginning around the second millennium BCE, he was sometimes referred to in writing by the numeric ideogram for “40“, occasionally referred to as his “sacred number“.

temple1 – Angelfirewww.angelfire.com › gatestobabylon › temple2 The gods An, Enlil and Enki are not merely grandfather, father and son in the … The god Enki was called both Shanabi (two-thirds) and Nimin (forty in Sumerian).

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Troy – motherland of the Turks – AzerNewswww.azernews.az › culture <<Gargar is an important ethnomym which ties the Mediterranean to the Turkic world. A town by the name Gargara was situated near Troy. A province under this name is mentioned in the “Iliad“. To these can also be added an old Italian province by the name of Gargaria which is surely connected with the Trojan migration to Italy. As was mentioned above, the identical names – Gargar/Karkar were spread in the Turkic onomasticon as the names of tribes (Azerbaican, Turkmenistan), mountains (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan), and as a personal name in “Manas“, a Kirghizian epic >>

bolcheknig.ru › russkijj-yazyk › ilia… Iliad Veresaev read. Hesiod: Work and days. Translation by V … <<…. A fierce dispute arose between the three goddesses: the Queen Hero, the wife of Zeus, Pallas Athena, the goddess of wisdom, and Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. Each demanded an apple for herself, as the most beautiful. They could not get along and turned to the handsome Tsarevich Paris, the son of the Trojan king Priam, to resolve the dispute. At that time, he was herding herds on Gargar, one of the peaks of Mount Ida near Troy. Both sides immediately led the matter straight. Hera promised Paris power and wealth, Athena – wisdom and glory, Aphrodite – the love of the most beautiful woman in the world.>>

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gargara Gargara (Ancient GreekΓάργαρα) was an ancient Greek city on the southern coast of the Troad region of Anatolia. It was initially located beneath Mount Gargaron, one of the three peaks of Mount Ida, today known as Koca Kaya (39°35′10″N 26°32′03″E).[1] At some point in the 4th century BCE the settlement moved approximately 5.8 km south of Koca Kaya to a site on the small coastal plain near the modern villages of Arıklı and Nusratlı (39°32′22″N 26°32′46″E), at which point the previous site came to be known as Old Gargara (Ancient Greek: Παλαιγάργαρος).[2] Both sites are located in the Ayvacık district of Çanakkale Province in Turkey. Mount Gargaron Mount Gargaron has been identified with the mountain today called Koca Kaya (Turkish Great Rock), a western spur of Mount Ida with a maximum elevation of 780 m.[3] The poet Epicharmus (fl. 540 – 450 BCE) refers to the mountain as “snowcapped” (ἀγάννιφα), and the Etymologicum Magnum (ca. 1150 CE) knew a tradition according to which the inhabitants of Old Gargara moved to their new site to escape the cold of their old home.[4] In Homer’s Iliad it is said to have had an altar to Zeus at its summit, and hence is a place the god frequently visits.[5] In one passage Zeus is said to have come to Mount Gargaron from Mount Olympos to view the battle between the Trojans and the Acahaeans, about 50 km NE of here.[6] In writers of the 1st and 2nd century AD such as Statius and Lucian Zeus is said to have abducted the Trojan prince Ganymede from Mount Gargaron while he was hunting in the nearby forests.[7] Lucian also represents the Judgement of Paris as taking place on Mount Gargaron rather than in its more traditional location further to the east above Antandrus.[8] The anonymous author of On Rivers thought that Gargara was Mount Ida’s previous name, while the Latin poet Valerius Flaccus used it as a learned way of referring to Ida.[9] The Etymologicum Magnum explains the name of Gargaron either as deriving from the verb γαργαρίζειν (‘to gargle’) on account of the springs thought to bubble up on the summit (an inference taken from Homer’s reference to ‘many-fountained Ida’ in conjunction with Gargaron), or as deriving from γαργαρέων (UVULAuvula‘) on account of the mountain’s shape.

LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY ; 154 Stephanus of Byzantium, Places and Peoples Gargara: a city in the Troad1 on the promontory of Ida, known as Palaegargarus (Old Gargara), described as an Aeolian city by Strabo and Hecataeus. Alcman uses a feminine form Γάργαρος, Gargarus. Leleges used to live there.

Wikipedia GARGAREANS In Greek mythology, the Gargareans, or Gargarenses, (Greek: Γαργαρείς Gargareis) were an all-male tribe. They copulated with the Amazons annually in order to keep both tribes reproductive. Varying accounts suggest that they may have been kidnapped, raped, and murdered for this purpose, or that they may have had relations willingly. The Amazons kept the female children, raising them as warriors, and gave the males to the Gargareans.The Gargareans are held by some historians to be a component of the ancestry of the Chechen and the Ingush peoples, and equivalent or at least related to the Georgian name Dzurdzuks.[3] Adrienne Mayor wrote about the Ghalghai/Gergar and mentions an old Ingush legend about a Maiden’s Tower located in the Assa gorge in Ingushetia.Strabo wrote that “… the Amazons live close to Gargarei, on the northern foothills of the Caucasus mountains“. The Amazons were attributed to the Circassians via the root mazeGaius Plinius Secundus also localizes Gargarei at North of the Caucasus, but calls them Gegar.[5] Some scholars (P.K. Uslar, K. Miller, N.F. Yakovleff, E.I. Krupnoff, L.A. Elnickiy, I.M. Diakonoff, V.N. Gemrakeli) supported that Gargarei is an earlier Ingush ethnonym. Jaimoukha suggests that the myth might have been a nod to the similarity between Circassians and Durdzuks, despite their very different languages. The Ancient Greek chronicler Strabo mentioned that Gargareans had migrated from eastern Asia Minor (i.e. URARTU Urartu) to the North Caucasus.[6] Jaimoukha notes that Gargareans is one of many Nakh roots- gergara, meaning, in fact, “kindred” in proto-Nakh.[7]

Cuvantul grec care este asemanator are in plus si sens asemanator cu gar-gar : γάργαρα Βικιλεξικό , τά, A heaps, lots, plenty, (“grămezi, multe,“) ἀνδρῶν Aristomen.1; ἀνθρώπων Alc.Com.19

books.google.ro › books Rezultate de pe web Sievers’ Law and the History of Semivowel Syllabicity in … P. J. Barber, Peter Jeffrey Barber — 2013 · History we find what seems to be a denominative γαργαίρω ‘swarm, teem with (people, corpses, or objects of various kinds)’ (Cratin., Ar., Sophr. , . In Istorie găsim ceea ce pare a fi un roi denumit γαργαίρω, plin de (oameni, cadavre sau obiecte de diferite tipuri) ”

translate.enacademic.com › γάργαρα γάργαρα from greek 🧬 – Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias Derivatives: γαργαρίς θόρυβος H., γαργαίρω ` swarm’ (Com., Sophr.); γαργάρται λίθοι αὑτοφυεῖς (H.)? With another vowel γέργερα πολλά .. Rom:γαργαίρω ` “roi”

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