By Harry A. Hoffner

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56 (p. 102) for the form of āššawit. 179. 38 (p. 338). 180. -l. 10 (p. 279). 181.  kuitki is sg. -acc. neuter functioning adverbially: ‘in no way, not at all’. 182. The verb tarna- in this context means ‘to admit, confess’. The force of -šši carries over from the first sentence to the second, where one should also understand (nu)⸗šši . . peran. ) ‘tooth’ karū ‘already; earlier’ kattan ‘with, beside’ (not the same as kattan ‘below’; see p. 295, n. 21 with n. 61, p. 198).  ‘tower’ .  (plural marker) (used exclusively with Sumerograms)   ‘messenger’ (= Akkad.

The ending -ḫḫe beside -ḫḫi is a feature of Old Hittite. 167. 2, p. 389) marks the second clause as a continuation of the conditional, while the absence of any conjunction preceding the third clause marks it as a main clause. 7 (p. 10 (p. 392). 168.  as an ‘accusative of extent’ with a cardinal number. 29 (p. 51 (p. 167). 169. The particle -ašta in combination with the verb gives the force ‘come out, appear’. The stars have passed from one defined space into another. 110 (p. 114 (p. 383). 55, p.

143). You have already seen some of the endings of these paradigms in the enclitic pronouns, but others are new and unique. 32 (pp. 283–286). The interrogative/relative pronoun kui- inflects as an ordinary i-stem in certain cases but like the demonstrative pronouns in others. 2 (p. 149). 3, p. 150). 4, p. 150). 36 (pp. 16 (pp. 64 (pp. 423–426) for the use of the indefinite, interrogative, and relative pronouns, with special attention to the syntax of Hittite relative clauses, the most frequent pattern for which is quite different from that of English.

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