By J. R. Clark-Hall
The dictionary is useful if the phrases you're looking for are indexed. I remember the fact that to have a dictionary of each model of the previous english language isn't possible yet why record a observe with a "see [such and any such word]" if the observe you are attempting to determine isn't indexed?
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Summa martum . . SI kÿma qaqqad nesi if the caudate lobe is like a lion’s head ibid. 2, and passim in comparisons in this text; summa kakku . . SI ittul if a weapon-mark faces the base of the caudate lobe TCL 6 1 Hunger Diaries 1 p. 22. SI la erebu eli temenna RN . . edu ubanu 5 ubanu summa ú-ba-an hasîm saplÿtum ana sume— lim ishitma if the lower lobe of the lung twitches to the left YOS 10 4 :1, cf. ibid. SI hasî kidÿtu sihirtu sa imitti nadi (there is a hole) on the small outer lobe of the lung on the right CT 31 38 i 13, cf.
M u r u b 4 . b a . n a u m b i n . m u = bi-ªri-itº ú-ba-na-ti-ia, u m b i n . t u r. m u = ú-ba-ni se-he-er-[tum] Ugumu Bil. edu ubanu 1a ubanu 1a and I can put my ˜nger into its hole ibid. ); [eli] diqari ú-ba-na-te-ka tusqallal (see suqallulu mng. ME†-sú sa imitti la ibassâ (the newborn’s) ˜ngers on the right hand are missing Leichty Izbu III 51, also (on the left) ibid. 52, cf. ibid. ; if there is a mole ina ú-ba-na-[ti]-su sa imittim on the ˜ngers of his right (hand) YOS 10 54 r. 8, also (on the left) ibid.
172. -2 shekels PBS 8/1 99 ii 3, also ibid. SI . . SI . . SI bÿtu epsu seven reeds ˜ve cubits 18 ˜ngers built-up lot Nbn. SI siddu elû . . SI siddu saplû . . SI putu elÿtu . . -2 ninda eight ˜ngers upper width, one ninda six cubits 16 ˜ngers lower width Camb. SI NU TE iq[rib] (if Jupiter) approaches Venus not closer than one ˜nger LBAT 1557: 4, also (with two and three ˜ngers) ibid. 383 : 33; ú-ba-an la mehis he was almost killed EA 264 : 8, cf. ibid. 12, 273 : 22, [ú]-ba-na la GAZ 17, also ibid.