ūmu  [UD : ]  (n., pl. m. & f.)

[Time]

day ; pl. : days (period of time, lifetime) ; ina lā ūmīšu at the wrong time ; (ina) ūmi at the moment of ; adi ūmi : until ; ištu ūmi / ultu ūmu : since ; 2) daytime (as opposed to night astronomy :[ME : ]) ; ūmu kurû : a short (winter) day ; ūmu arku : a long (summer) day ; kal ūmi : all day , all day long ; 3) a whole day / 24 hours ; [UD : ] X [KAM : ] : the "X"th day / "X" days ; : [UD : ]-um : per day / a day , each day ; : u/araḫ ūmāte : a whole month ; : adi ūmu annîm : till today , till now , up to now ; : ištu ūmmima : from today , from now on , henceforth ; : ūm mašil / mašil ūm : half a day ; ūm(u) ili : the personal ? god's day ; išten ūmu : in one day ; 4) plural : days , the allotted time , the time , the era , the epoch , the season ; umātu malû / ūmu malû : time is up (commerce, law ...) ; ūmāt šamaššammī : sesame time / season ; ina lā ūmišu : at the wrong time , at the wrong moment ; (ina) ūmu : at the time of , in the days of ; in(a) ūmišu(ma) : at his time , then , + present : at the stipulated time , in due time ;

Cf. ūmakkal, ūmakkalû, ūmtum, ūmšu

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