BU (storm god)
Image: Front view of a drooling or connective bull head - rounded version from Sippar foundation stone (2450 BCE)
Definition: (noun) bull, chaotic rain storm deity, (verb) to rush around - bulls represented the chaos power of a thunder storm which brought rains. Drooling is a sign the bull is stressed and excitable (or has eaten something irritating)
Image: Front view of cow head
Definition: Female cow
Image: Cow head with something between the horns
Definition: (adj) weak
Image: Cattle head having a cap showing an opening or spout
Definition: to butcher
GUR7, GURU7, KARA6
Image: Top seems to be a network which is over an image of a granary snake (MUŠ).
Definition: to distribute grain, to trade, to store grain
Image: top view of animal head attached to a backbone over a sky gate
Definition: granary snake, snake, power of life and death (power of the grain storehouse) - in the Middle East snakes mainly eat rodents and lizards thus they tended to be dense around grain storage sites and became associated with them. The archtype snake for this would be the Desert Racer or Cliff Racer (Platyceps rhodorachis) which has a red stripe (color of life) down its back.
Image: Front view of a goat or sheep head
Definition: (noun) leaper, goat, sheep (verb) to leap
Image: animal head with marks for eyes and nose
Definition: wild goat or sheep, possibly a wild bovine
Image: 10 (U) goat heads (GUD) - Ten goats or sheep is a good herd to feed a family with each animal providing about 30 pounds of meat.
Definition: joy, prosperity, to prosper
U, US, GANA, GANAM
Image: Top view of goats or sheep in a coral
Definition: (noun) mother ewe, adult female sheep