1Note that in Proto-Ea NU is preceded by GAM (449-450, MSL 14 pp. 49 and 99), which appears to be the case here (kamāsu, si vera lectio, is probably equated with GAM).
2The entry appears also in Nabnītu VII 130 (MSL 16 p. 108).
3Note sún(GUL).a.sur.ra = risittu in Ḫarra XXIII iii 17.
4It is uncertain whether the word should be read as šippu, šibbu, šīpu, vel sim.
5The logogram for šakirû is ŠAKIR(URU×GU) or ŠÀKIR(URU×GA).
6gišSILIG(URU×IGI) = mayyāltu is attested in Ḫarra V 66.
7The word sulḫu (CAD S 365a) was previously attested only in OB manuscripts of Ugumu D 22: šu-⸢silig⸣-mu = sú-ul-ḫi (see SC 2888 vii 24 in Couto Etnoanatomía y partonomía  pp. 65 and 292). See also AO 5400 (Proto-Aa) ii 30 (⸢šu?⸣-ul-ḫu-um, MSL 14 p. 120).
8This line may contain a quotation from a literary text.
9As suggested in MSL 14 p. 442 note ad 135f., the reading ra-aḫ should be restored in the first column of Aa VI/4 135-136.
10Compare perhaps Nabnītu XXV 263, ĝiš.má ru-ru-gú = šaqû ša eleppi; although the present word probably refers to RU.