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! Puctuation !! Meaning in scholarly<br/>transliterations of Hittite !! Meaning in scholarly <br/>bound transcription of Hittite !! Meaning in <br/>Glossing transcription line !! Meaning in <br/>Glossing line  
 
! Puctuation !! Meaning in scholarly<br/>transliterations of Hittite !! Meaning in scholarly <br/>bound transcription of Hittite !! Meaning in <br/>Glossing transcription line !! Meaning in <br/>Glossing line  
 
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| align="center" | '''.''' || colspan="2" | {{Orange|Separates cuneiform signs used in Sumerograms}} || — || [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_period_expert|''Portmanteau'']] morpheme
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| align="center" | '''.''' || colspan="2" | {{Orange| Separates Sumerograms}} || — || [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_period_expert|''Portmanteau'']] morpheme
 
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| align="center" | ''':''' || {{Red|''Glossenkeil''}} || || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_colon|Morpheme separator]]  
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| align="center" | '''-''' || {{Red|Seperates syllabograms}} || {{Red|Seperates Akkadograms}} || colspan="2" |[[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_hyphen|Affix]]
 
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| align="center" | '''-''' || colspan="2" | {{Red|Separates cuneiform signs used in Akkadograms and in syllabic spelling}} ||  colspan="2" |[[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_hyphen|Affix]]
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| align="center" | '''=''' || — || Clitic || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_colon|Clitic]]  
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| align="center" | '''=''' || — || Clitic || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_equal_sign|Clitic]]  
 
 
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| align="center" | '''(&nbsp;)''' || — || {{Orange|Non-overt phonemes,  <br/>scholarly reconstruction}} || — || [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_parentheses|Inherent]] category
 
| align="center" | '''(&nbsp;)''' || — || {{Orange|Non-overt phonemes,  <br/>scholarly reconstruction}} || — || [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_parentheses|Inherent]] category
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| align="center" | '''&lceil;&nbsp;&rceil;''' || colspan="2" | Partially destroyed text, <br/>usually with reconstructed content || colspan="2" |  —  
 
| align="center" | '''&lceil;&nbsp;&rceil;''' || colspan="2" | Partially destroyed text, <br/>usually with reconstructed content || colspan="2" |  —  
 
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| align="center" | '''{&nbsp;}''' || colspan="2" | Erasure || colspan="2" |  —  
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| align="center" | '''{&nbsp;}''' || colspan="2" | Emendation of a scribal error (deletion) || colspan="2" |  —  
 
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| align="center" | '''&lt;&nbsp;&gt;''' || colspan="2" | {{Red|Emendation of a scribal error (addition)}} || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_angle_brackets|Infix]]
 
| align="center" | '''&lt;&nbsp;&gt;''' || colspan="2" | {{Red|Emendation of a scribal error (addition)}} || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_angle_brackets|Infix]]
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| align="center" | '''&lt;&lt;&nbsp;&gt;&gt;''' || colspan="2" | Emendation of a scribal error (deletion) || colspan="2" | —
 
 
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| align="center" | '''~''' || colspan="2" | — || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_tilde|Reduplication]] morpheme
 
| align="center" | '''~''' || colspan="2" | — || colspan="2" | [[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_tilde|Reduplication]] morpheme
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| keep it (if bound transcription impossible) || LUGAL.GAL → LUGAL.GAL king:great ‘Great King’
 
| keep it (if bound transcription impossible) || LUGAL.GAL → LUGAL.GAL king:great ‘Great King’
 
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| align="center" | {{Red|''':'''}} || || leave out  ||
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| align="center" | {{Red|'''-'''}} || || make bound transcription  || ''Ku-uš-ša-ra'' → Kussara TOPN ‘''Kussara''’ <br/>URU-''az'' → URUaz city:ABL ‘from (the) city’
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| align="center" | {{Red|'''-'''}} || || make bound transcription of either the underlying Hittite word or of the Akkadogram, i.e. the Akkadian word || ''Ku-uš-ša-ra'' → Kussara TOPN ‘''Kussara''’ <br/>URU-''az'' → URUaz city:ABL ‘from (the) city’
 
 
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| || align="center" | {{Red|'''-'''}} || like “.”, but with sumerograms; <br/>keep italics for sumerogram || GAL-''ŠUNU'' → GAL.''ŠUNU'' great:POSS.3PL.C ‘their leader’  
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| || align="center" | {{Red|'''-'''}} || like “.”, but with sumerograms; <br/>keep italics for sumerogram || GAL-''ŠUNU'' → GAL.''ŠUNU'' great:POSS.3PL.M ‘their leader’  
 
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| || align="center" | = || keep it ([[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_equal_sign|clitic]]) || ''me-e-ni-im-me-et'' → mēni=mmet face:ACC.SG.N=POSS.1SG.NOM/ACC.SG.N ‘my face’
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| || align="center" | = || keep it ([[Glossing_Rules#Punctuation_equal_sign|clitic]]) || ''me-e-ni-im-me-et'' → mēni=mmet face:ACC.SG=POSS.1SG.ACC.SG.N ‘my face’
 
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| || align="center" | '''(&nbsp;)''' || leave parentheses <br/>and content out || ''n(u)=an'' → n=an CNJ=3SG.ACC.C ‘and him’  
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| || align="center" | '''(&nbsp;)''' || leave parentheses <br/>and content out || ''n(u)=an'' → n=an CONN=3SG.ACC.C ‘and him’  
 
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| align="center"  colspan ="2" | (superscript) || leave classifiers out || <sup>URU</sup>''Kussara'' → Kussara TOPN ‘''Kussara''’
 
| align="center"  colspan ="2" | (superscript) || leave classifiers out || <sup>URU</sup>''Kussara'' → Kussara TOPN ‘''Kussara''’

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