Marijn "i before j" van Putten 30 Apr 18
Replying to @PhDniX
In the document Cellard examines, however the form is ONLY marked with a red vocalisation mark and no other colours; In the exact same way as, e.g. the vowel in la-hū, maʿa-kumū, bi-himū etc. Interpreting it as anything other than /u/ seems unlikely.