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  Or.8212(161) The Book of Omens
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Or. 8212 (161) Translation.
1

Ten : Si : men : yarin : kiče : altun : örgin : üze : oluruqan : meŋileyür : men : anča biliŋler : edgü : ol.

I am Ten Si ('Son of Heaven', i.e. the Chinese Emperor). I enjoy sitting on the golden throne early (in the morning) and late (in the evening). Know thus: this is good.
2

ala : atlïγ : yol : Teŋri : men : yarïn : kiče : esür : men : utru : eki : aylïγ : kisi : oγlïn : soqusmis : kisi : qorqmis : qorqma : timis : qut : birgey : men : timis : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

I am the Road god with a dappled horse. I amble along early (in the morning) and late (in the evening). He met two-month-old human being. The human being was afraid. He said: 'Do not be afraid! I will give you (my) divine favor'. Know thus: This is good.
3

altun : qanatlïγ : talïm : qara : qus : men : tanïm : tüsi : taqï : tükemezken : taluyda : yatïpan : tapladuqumin : tutar : men : sebdüqumin : yiyür : men : antag : küčlüg : men : anča : biliŋler : adgü : ol.

I am an eagle with golden wings. Althouγh the feathers of my body are not yet fully grown, lying down by the sea, I catch what I please (and) I eat what I like. That powerful I am. Know thus: This is good.
4

ürüŋ : esri : toγan : qus : men : čïntan : ïγač : üza : olurupan : meŋileyür : men : anča : biliŋler :

I am a white-spotted falcon. I enjoy sitting on a sandal-wood tree. Know thus!
5

beg : er : yuntïŋaru : barmis : aq : bisi : qulunlamis : altun : tuyuγluγ : adγïrlïq : yaraγay : tebesiŋerü : barmis : ürüŋ : ingeni : botulamis : altun : budlalïγ : buγralïq : yaragay : ebiŋerü : kelmis : üčünč : qunčuyi : unlanmis : beglik : yaraγay : tir : meŋilig : beg : ermis : aňïγ : edgü : ol.

A bek(lord) went to his horses. His white mare had just foaled. The golden-hoofed stallion was good. (He) went to his camels. The white she-camel had just given birth to a colt. The camel stallion with a golden nose peg is good. (He) went to his house. The third wife had just given birth to a son. They say: the bek is good! The bek, apparently, is great. This is extremely good.
6

adïγlï : toŋuzlï : art : üze : soqusmis : ermis : adïγïŋ : qarnï : yarïlmis : toŋuzuŋ : azïγi : sïnmis : tir : anča : biliŋ : yablaq : ol.

A bear and a boar met on a pass. (At fight) the bear's belly was slit open (and) the boar's tusks were broken, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
7

er : terkleyü : kelir : edgü : söz : sab : elti : kelir : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

(When) a man comes hurriedly, he brings good message, it says. Know thus: This is good.
8

altun : baslïγ : yïlan : men : altun : quruγsaqïmin : qïlïčïn : kesipen : özüm : yul : intin : basïmïn : yul : ebintin : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

I am a golden-headed snake. When my golden stomach was cut with a sword, I pluck out. My head left in house, it says. Know this: This is bad.
9

uluγ : eb : örtenmis : qatiŋa : tegi : qalmaduq : büküŋe : tegi : qodmuq : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

A big house was burnt down. Nothing remained right to its floors. Nothing was left right to its upstairs, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
10

esinegen : bars : men : qamus : ara : basïm : antag : alp : men : erdemlig : men : anča biliŋler :

I am a yawning leopard. Among the reeds my head is so big. That brave I am. Know thus!
11

sarïγ : atlïγ : sabčï : yazïγ : atlïγ : yalabač : edgü : söz : sab : elti : kelir : tir : anča biliŋ : aňïγ : edgü : ol.

A messenger comes on a yellow horse (and with) a free horse, bringing good news, it says. Know thus: This is extremely good.
12

er : abqa : barmis : taγda : qamïlmis : Teŋiride : erklig : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabïz : ol.

A man went hunting. He practiced shamanism on the mountains. Tengri (Heaven) is mighty, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
13

Teŋirilig : qurtγa : yurta : qalmis : yaγlïγ : qamïč : bulupan : yalγayu : tirilmis : ölümde : ozmis : tir : anča : biliŋler :

An old woman remained (alone) in a deserted camp. She kept herself alive by licking a greasy ladle (and thus) she escaped death, it says. Know thus.
14

quzγunuγ : ïγačqa : bamis : qatïγtï : ba : edgüti : ba : tir : anča : biliŋler :

They fastened a raven to a tree. 'Fasten it firmly and well!', it says. Know thus!
15

üze : tuman : turdï : asra : toz : turdï : qus : oγï : uča : aztï : kiyik : oγlï : yügürü : aztï : kisi : oγli : yoriyu : aztï : yana : Teŋiri : qutïnta : üčünč : yïlta : qop : esen : tükel : körüsmïs : qop : ögirer : sebinür : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

The fog was hanging above (and) the dust was rising below. The young birds lost their way flying, the young deer lost their way running (and) the children lost their way walking. And again, by the grace of Heaven, they all met in the third year, safe and sound. They all rejoiced and were glad, it says. Know thus: This is good.
16

toruq : at : semriti : yirin : öpen : yügürü : barmis : utru : yirde : oγri : soqusup : tutupan : minmis : yiliŋe : qudursuγïŋa : tegi : yaγrïpan : qamsayu : umatïn : turur : tir : anča : biliŋ : yablaq : ol.

A lean horse fattened itself. It went up grazing. A thief came across on that place. He caught and mounted it. (The horse), having galled up to its mane and tail, stands only if whip, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
17

özlük : at : öŋ : yirde : arïp : oŋuk : turu : qalmis : Teŋri : küčiŋe : taγ : üze : yol : sub : körüpen : yis : üze : yas : ot : körüpen : yoriyu : baripan : sub : ičipen : yas : yipen : ölümda : ozmis : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A riding horse came exhausted in east desert. To the strength given by Tengri, it saw way (and) water on a mountain (and) saw fresh grass on a pasture, it trotted (there). (Thus), drinking the water (and) eating the fresh (grass) it escaped death, it says. Know thus: This is good.
18

kerekü : iči : ne : teg : ol : tügünüki : ne : teg : ol : közünüki : ne : teg : körüklüg : ol : egni : neteg : edgü : ol : baγïsï : ne : teg : bar : ol : tir : anča : biliŋler : aňïγ : edgü : ol.

What is the inside of the tent frame like? What is its smoke hole like? What is its window like? It can be seen through. How is its roof? It is good. How are its ropes? They are all there, it says. Know thus: This is very good.
19

aq : at : qarsïsïn : üč : boluγta : talulapan : aγïnqa : ötügike : ïdmis : tir : qorqma : edgüti : ötün : ayïnma : edgüti : yalbar : tir : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

A white horse, having chosen its adversary(?) in three states of existence(?), sent them for praying, it says. 'Fear not, pray well; do not be afraid, implore well!' it says. Know thus: This is good.
20

titir : buγra : men : ürüŋ : köpükümin : sačar : men : üze : Teŋirike : tegir : asra : yirke : kirür : tir : udïγmag : udγur : yatïγlïγ : turγuru : yoriyur : men : antaγ : küčlüg : men : anča : biliŋlar : adgü : ol.

I am a camel stallion. I scatter my white froth. (It) reaches the sky above (and) penetrates the earth below, it says. I go on my way waking those who were asleep (and) rousing those who were lying down. That powerful I am. Know thus: This is good.
21

qari : üpgük : yïl : yarumazqan : tedi : ödmeŋ : körmeŋ : ürkittiŋ : tir : anča : biliŋ :

An old hoopoe doesn’t change in a year (doesn’t become tame). ‘Don't ask it, don't look at it (and) don't frighten it!’, it says. Know thus.
22

uzun : tonluγ : közŋüsin : kölke : ïčγïnmis : yarïn : yaŋrayur : kiče : keŋrenür : tir : anča : biliŋler : muŋluγ : ol : aňïγ : yablaq : ol.

(Someone) with long coat dropped her mirror into a lake. She mumbles in the morning (and) mutters to herself in the evening. Know thus: it is distressing (and) very bad.
23

oγlan : kekük : tezekin : bultï : čekik : etiŋ : qutluγ : bolzun : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A boy found the dung of an eagle. ‘The bride adorned by it will get merry’, it says. Know thus: This is good.
24

teglük : qulun : irkek : yunta : emig : tileyür : kün : ortu : yütürük : tün : ortu : qanta : negüde : bulgay : ol : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabïz : ol.

A blind foal looks for an udder on a stallion. It can’t tell midday from midnight. Know thus: This is bad.
25

eki : öküzüg : bir : buqursïqa : kölmïs : qamsayu : umatïn : turur : tir : anča : biliŋ : yablaq : ol.

(Someone) harnessed two oxen to one wooden plough. They stand still without being able to move, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
26

taŋ : taŋlardï : udu : yir : yarudï : udu : kün : tuγdï : qamaγ : üza : yaruk : boltï : tir : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

The dawn broke and the earth became bright and the sun rose (and) the light shone over everything. Know thus: This is good.
27

bay : er : koňï : ürküpen : barmis : börike : soqusmis : böri : aγzï : emisimis : esen : tükel : bolmis : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A rich man's sheep went away in a fright. It met a wolf. The wolf’s mouth (somehow) got udder. (Thus, the sheep) became safe and sound, it says. Know thus: This is good.
28

qan : olurukan : ordu : yapmis : ili : turmis : tört : buluŋtaqï : edgüsi : uyurï : tirilipen : meŋileyür : bedizleyür : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

After having ascended the throne, a khan built a royal camp. His realm remained (firm). The good (and) skillful men in four quarters of the world, having assembled (there), rejoice and adorn (his court), it says. Know thus: This is good.
29

oyma : er : oγlanin : kisisin : tutuγ : urupan : osïč : oyγalï : barmis : oγlïn : kisisin : utuzmaduq : yana : toquz on : bos : qoň : utmis : oγlï : yutuzï : qop : ögirer : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A reckless man went gambling betting his son and men. He didn’t loose his son and men. Moreover he won ninety sheep. His son and wife were happy (for that), is says. Know thus: This is good.
30

čïγany : er : oγlï : qazγančqa : barmis : yolï : yaramis : ögire : sebinü : kelir : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A poor man's son went out to earn money. His journey was successful. He comes (back) rejoicing and happily. Know thus: This is good.
31

bars : kiyik : eŋke : meŋke : barmis : eŋin : meŋin : bulmis : bulupan : uyasïŋaru : ögire : sebinü : kelir : tir : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

An ounce went to look for game and prey. It found its game and prey. After having found it comes to its den rejoicing and happily, it says. Know thus: This is good.
32

bir : tabïlqu : yüz : boltï : yüz : tabïlqu : miŋ : boltï : miŋ : tabilqu : tümen : boltï : tir : anča : biliŋler : asïγï : bar : edgü : ol.

One spiraea became a hundred; a hundred spiraea became a thousand (and) a thousand spiraea became ten thousand, it says. Know thus: This is good.
33

kidizig : subqa : suqmis : taqï : ur : qatïγdï : ba : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

(A man) put the felt into water. “Beat it more! Is it tight?”, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
34

qan : süke : barmis : yaγïγ : sančmis : köčürü : qonturu : kelir : özi : süsi : ögire : sebinü : ordusïŋaru : kelir : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A khan went on a campaign (and) routed the enemy. He comes (back) permitting (his soldiers) to nomadize and settle down (wherever they please). He himself and his soldiers come toward his royal camp rejoicing and happily, it says. Know thus: This is good.
35

er : süke : barmis : yolta : atï : armis : er : aquγu : qusqa : soqusmis : aquγu : qus : qanatiŋa : urupanïn : qalïyu : baripan : ögiŋe : aqaŋiŋa : tegürmis : ögi : aqaŋi : ögirer : sebinür : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A man went to the army (in war). On (his) way (back home) his horse became tired. (Then) the man met a swan. The swan placed (him) on its wings (and) flew up with him. (Thus) it brought him to his mother and father. His mother (and) his father rejoice (and) take pleasure, it says. Know thus: This is good.
36

üküs : atlïγ : ögrunčüg : yoq : qobï : atlïγ : qorqïnčïŋ : yoq : učruγluγ : qutuŋ : yoq : tir : anča : biliŋler : aňïγ : yablaq : ol.

You don't have the pleasure of many mounted men. You don't afraid of few mounted men. You don't have a good fortune to be celebrated with flying flags, it says. Know thus: This is very bad.
37

bir : qarï : öküzüg : bilin : biče : qumursγa : yimis : qamsayu : umatïn : turur : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

An old ox was eaten by ants, gnawing around its belly. It lays down without being able to move, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
38

qamis : ara : qalmis : Teŋiri : unamduq : abïnču : qatun : bolzun : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

(A slave girl) remained (alone) among the reeds. Heaven was not pleased with it. 'May (this) slave girl be a lady!' it says. Know thus: This is good.
39

atïγïγ : terterü : kisemis : qamsayu : umatïn : turur : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

They fettered a roan horse crosswise. It stands, without being able to move, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
40

talïm : urï : yarïn ača : yasïčin : yalïm : qayaγ : yara : urukan : yalŋusun : yorïyur : tir : antaγ : alïp : ermis : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A bold youth marches alone, opening (his) shoulder, striking and splitting the bare rock with a broad arrow-head, it says. That tough and powerful was he. Know thus: This is good.
41

ürüŋ : esri : ingek : buzaγulačï : bolmis : ölgey : men : timïs : ürüŋ : esri : irkek : buzaγu : kelürmis : ïduqluq : yaraγay : ülügde : ozmis : tir : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

A white-spotted cow was on the point of calving. She said: 'I am about to die!' (Nevertheless) she gave birth to a white-spotted bull calf. It would be suitable to dedicate it to Heaven. (For the cow was) thus saved from (her) fate, it says. Know thus: This is good.
42

uzun : tonluγ : idisin : ayakin : qodupan : barmis : yana : edgüti : saqïnmis : idisïmte : ayaqïmta : öŋi : qanča : barïr : men : tir : yana : kelmis : idisin : ayaqïn : esen : tükel : bulmis : ögirer : sebinür : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A woman went away, leaving behind her dishes. Then she (stopped and) thought thoroughly. 'Where am I going apart from my dishes?' she says. She again came back (and) found her dishes safe and sound. She rejoices (and) becomes delighted, it says. Know thus: This is good.
43

toγan : ügüz : qusï : quslayu : barmis : utru : talïm : qara : qus : qopupan : barmis : tir : anča : bilïŋler : yablaq : ol.

A falcon went hunting river birds. (Suddenly) a predatory eagle flew up to meet it, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
44

toγan : qus : Teŋiriden : qodï : tabïsγan : tipen : aqïpmïs : toγan : qus : tïrŋaqï : sučulunmis : yana : tïtïnmis : toγan : qusuŋ : tïrŋaqï : ügüsüpen : qalïyu : barmis : tabïsγan : terisi : üŋüsupen : yügürü : barmis : antag : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabïz : ol.

A hawk, saying 'Here is a hare!', flew down from the sky (and tried to) catch it. The hawk's claws were skinned and torn. The hawk flew up and went away with its claws worn out; (and) the hare ran away with its skin torn off. Thus it says. Know thus: This is bad.
45

kiyik : oγlï : men : otsuz : subsuz : qaltï : uyïn : nečük : yorïyïn : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabïz : ol.

I am a deer calf. How shall I be able (to live) without water and grass? How shall I walk along? it says. Know thus: This is bad.
46

tebe : titigke : tüsmis : basïnu : yimis : özin : tilkü : yimis : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabak : ol.

A camel fell into mud. He ate at the beginning, (but) ended up that it was eaten itself by fox, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
47

er : ümeleyü : barmis : Teŋrike : soqusmis : qut : qolmis : qut : birmis : aγïlïŋta : yïlqïŋ : bolzun : özüŋ : uzun : bolzun : timis : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A man went worshipping (and) met a god. He asked for his divine favor. (The god) gave his divine favor (and) said: 'May you get livestock in your pens! May your life be long!' Know thus: This is good.
48

qari : yol : Teŋiri : men : sïnuqïŋïn : sipir : men : üzükiŋin : ulayur : men : ilig : itmis : men : edgüsi : bolzun : tir : anča : biliŋler : :

I am the old road god. I wipe your broken parts (and) I join together your torn things. I organize the realms. May there be happy things! it says. Know thus.
49

bars : kiyik : eŋleyü : meŋleyü : barmis : ortu : yirde : amγaqa : soqusmis : esri : amγa : yalïm : qayaqa : ünüp : barmis : ölümte : ozmis : ölümte : ozupan : ögire : sebinü : yoriyur : tir : anča : biliŋ : edgü : ol.

An ounce went looking for wild game and prey. In an open place it came across a wild goat. The spotted wild goat went up a steep rock (and) was saved from death. Having been saved from death, it walks about rejoicing and being glad, it says. Know thus: This is good.
50

tïγ : at : qudruqïn : tügüp : tigret : yazïγ : qodï : yadïrat : toquz : qat : üčerigüŋ : topu olγanča : teritzün : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabaq : ol.

Tie up the fat horse’s tail into a knot and make it run on the field; make the jade horse run until it its nine shabracks on the saddle be sweated, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
51

talïm : qara : qus : men : yasïl : qaya : yaylaγïm : qïzïl : qaya : qïslaγïm : ol : taγda : turupan : meŋileyür : men : anča : biliŋler :

I am a predatory black bird. My summer quarter is a green rock (and) my winter quarter is a red rock. I enjoy staying on the mountain. Know thus!
52

er : bususluγ : Teŋiri : bulïtlïγ : boltï : ara : kün : tuγmis : busanč : ara : meŋi : kelmis : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

The man became depressed (and) the sky cloudy. (Suddenly) sun rose among (the clouds) and joy came in the midst of depression, it says. Know thus: This is good.
53

boz : bulït : yoridi : bodun : üze : yaγdï : qara : bulit : yorïdï : qaïnaγ : üze : yaγdï : tarïγ : bisdi : yas : ot : ündi : yïlqïqa : kisike : edgü : boltï : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A gray cloud passed; it rained over people. A black cloud passed; it rained over everything. The crop ripened; the fresh grass sprouted. It was good for animals and men, it says. Know thus: This is good.
54

qul : sabï : begiŋerü : ötünür : quzγun : sabï : Teŋirigerü : yalbarur : üze : Teŋiri : esidti : asra : kisi : bilti : tir : anča : bilïŋ : edgü : ol.

The slave’s words are a request to his master; the raven’s words are a prayer to sky. The sky above heard it; men below understood it, it says. Know thus: This is good.
55

alp : er : oγlï : süke : barmis : sü : yirinte : erklig : sabčï : töretemis : tir : ebiŋerü : kelser : özi : atanmis : ögrünčülüg : atï : yitiglig : kelir : tir : anča : biliŋler : aňïγ : edgü :

A brave son of man went to the army (in war). In the field of fight, he was promised to be an authoritative, it says. When he comes home, he becomes (an authority) himself. The joy comes with horse lead on a string, it says. Know thus: This is extremely good.
56

ügriŋe : qutluγ : adγïr : men : yaγaq : ïγač : yaylaγïm : qusluγ : ïγač : qïslaγïm : anta : turupan : meŋileyür : men : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

I am a stallion happy in his stud. My summer quarter is walnut trees (and) my winter quarter is nest trees. I enjoy staying there, it says. Know thus: This is good.
57

qanïγï : ölmïs : köŋeki : toŋmis : qanïγï : nelük : ölgey : ol : beglig : ol : köneki : nelük : toŋγay : ol : küneske : olurur : ol : anča : biliŋ1er : bu : ïrq : basïnta : azaz : emgeki : bar : ekin : yana : edgü : bolur

Her favorite (lover) has died (and) her pail has frozen. Why should her favorite (lover) die? He has the status of a bek. Why should her pail freeze? It is placed in the sunshine. Know thus: at the beginning of this irk(omen) there is a little pain; (but) later it becomes good again.
58

oγlï : öginte : qaŋinta : öbkelepen : tezïpen : barmis : yana : saqïnmis : kelmïs : ögüm : ötin : alayïn : qaŋïm : sabïn : tiŋlayïn : tip : kelmis : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

A son, being angry with his mother (and) father, ran away (from home). (Later) he thought it over (and) came back. He came back saying 'I will accept my mother's advice (and) listen to my father's words', it says. Know thus: This is good.
59

yïlqa : tegmisig : yïdïtmayïn : ayqa : tegmisig : artatmayïn : edgüsi : bolzun : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

I will not let grow thin to those who reached ages. I will not let grow lean to those who reached months. May good come to them, it says. Know thus: This is good.
60

toquz : arlï : sïγun : kiyik : men : bedüz : tiz : üze : ünüpen : möŋreyür : men : üze : Teŋiri : esidti : asra : kisi : bilti : antaγ : küčlüg : men : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

I am a deer with a nine-branched horn. Rising on my big (and) powerful knees, I bellow. Heaven above heard it (and) men below realized it. That powerful I am, it says. Know thus: This is good.
61

turnya : qus : tüsnekiŋe : konmis : tuymatïn : tuzak(k)a : ilinmis : uča : umatïn : olurur : tir : anča : biliŋler : yabak : ol.

A crane settled on its dinning place. It was caught by gluttony. It sits without being able to fly, it says. Know thus: This is bad.
62

yarγun : kiyik : men : yaylaγ : taγïma : ïγïpan : yaylayur : turur : men : meŋilig : men : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

I am a yargun deer. Windless side of the mountain is my summer residence. I stay there for the summer. I am happy, it says. Know thus: This is good.
63

qanlïq : süsi : abqa : ünmis : saγïr : ičre : elik : kiyik : kirmis : elïγin : tutmis : qara : qamaγ : süsi : ögirer : tir : anča : biliŋler : edgü : ol.

The army of the khan went out for hunting. (Meanwhile) a roe deer entered the game battue. The khan caught it. All his common soldiers rejoice, it says. Know thus: This is good.
64

kök : boymul : toγan : qus : men : körüklüg : qayaqa : qonupan : közleyür : men : yaγaqlïγ : toγraq : üze : tüsüpen : yaylayur : men : tir : anča : biliŋler : aňïγ : edgü : ol.

I am a gray falcon with a white neck. Sitting on a rock with a wide view, I look around. Settling down on a poplar full of nuts, I spend the summer, it says. Know thus: This is very good.
65

semiz : at : aγzï : qatïγ : boltï : idisi : umaz : tir : anča : biliŋler : yablaq : ol.

A fat horse's mouth became hard. Its master cannot do anything (to heal it), it says. Know thus: This is bad.
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amtï : amraq : oγlanïm : anča : biliŋler : bu : ïrq : bitig : edgü : ol : ančïp : alqu : kentü : ülügi : erklig : ol.

Now, my dear sons, know thus: this book of omen is good. Thus, everyone is master of his own fate.
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bars : yïl : ekinti : ay : bis : yiγïrmike : taygüntan : manïstantaqï : kičïγ : ditar : burua : guru : esïdičïmiz : Isig : Saŋun : Ïtačïq : üčün : bitidim.

In the Year of Tiger, on the fifteenth (day of) the second month, I, the young pious (disciple) staying at the Tay-gün-tan (Manichaeism) monastery, wrote this book of omens for our listener burua guru Isig Sengun Ïtačïq.
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