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Possible Answers: GAB, YAK, DRONE, PRATE, NATTER, TALKABLUESTREAK.
Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 5 Jul 20, Sunday
Random information on the term “GAB”:
The cuneiform sign gáb, (also qáb), is an uncommon-use sign of the Amarna letters, and other cuneiform texts. It is possibly an equivalent sign for the later version of DAGAL (extensive Sumerogram), , with an, , replacing the earlier version, the “star” (as Dingir), contained within the cuneiform sign. This later version of DAGAL is somewhat similar to gáb, (a ‘rectangular-box form’). The meaning of “DAGAL”, Akkadian language for “extensive” – compares to the Amarna letters use of gáb as Akkadian language “gabbu”, English language for “all”, or “all (of us)”
For Rainey’s version of EA letters 359–379 (only 10 actual letters) gáb is only used to spell Akkadian “gabbu”, and 2 words using qáb, mostly for Akkadian “qabû”, English “to speak”, and in EA 259 (the “King of Battle, Tablet I”), for “battle”, Akkadian “qablu”.
Cuneiform gáb/qáb is mostly used as a syllabic for the three characters of the sign. It is within a small group of signs that are composed of 1- or 2-vertical strokes (at right or left), the other signs being no. 535 Ib (cuneiform), no. 536 ku (cuneiform) (only 1-vertical, left and right), no. 537 lu (cuneiform), and no 575, ur (cuneiform).
Random information on the term “YAK”:
The domestic yak (Bos grunniens) is a long-haired domesticated bovid found throughout the Himalaya region of southern Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and as far north as Mongolia and Russia. It is descended from the wild yak (Bos mutus).
The English word “yak” is a loan originating from Tibetan: གཡག་, Wylie: g.yag. In Tibetan, it refers only to the male of the species, the female being called Tibetan: འབྲི་, Wylie: ‘bri, or nak. In English, as in most other languages that have borrowed the word, “yak” is usually used for both sexes.
Yaks belong to the genus Bos and are therefore related to cattle (Bos primigenius species). Mitochondrial DNA analyses to determine the evolutionary history of yaks have been inconclusive.
The yak may have diverged from cattle at any point between one and five million years ago, and there is some suggestion that it may be more closely related to bison than to the other members of its designated genus. Apparent close fossil relatives of the yak, such as Bos baikalensis, have been found in eastern Russia, suggesting a possible route by which yak-like ancestors of the modern American bison could have entered the Americas.