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Definition of the noun adad
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noun - plural: -
- Babylonian god of storms and wind
Adad is a fictional character from the 1956 film The Mole People.
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Adad in Akkadian and Ishkur in Sumerian and Hadad in Aramaic and Arabic language, are the names of the storm-god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheon. All three are usually written by the logogram IM. The Akkadian god Adad is cognate in name and functions with northwest Semitic god Hadad.
- also known as 阿达德
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by Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh
0ppert thinks Adad is the god's oldest name. It seems evidently a foreign equivalent for Im. The Assyrian name Eamman is a provisional name meaning " thunderer", and probably only an epithet. The sign IMMU has also the value Met: This is, ...
Sumerian Hymns (2015)
by Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh
Oppert thinks Adad is the godËs oldest name. It seems evidently a foreign equivalent for Im . The Assyrian name Ramman is a provisional name meaning ...
A New Rendering in English Verse
Adad is the storm god, the thunder-and-lightning god. Gardner-Maier has the phrase "Brother could not see brother." Mount Nisir: the Mount Ararat of the biblical account of the Flood. GIL GAME SH, E N KID U , AND THE NET H E R WORLD ...
The Astrology Book (2003)
The Encyclopedia of Heavenly Influences by James R Lewis
Adad is a term from Mesopotamian astrology that refers to meteorological and astrological phenomena. ADAMS, EVANGELINE Evangeline Adams, ...
The Mythic Image (1981)
by Joseph Campbell, M. J. Abadie
Ramman- Adad is an air god akin to the lord of the atmosphere, Enlil. And the lamp of the fire-god Nusku, intentionally shaped to suggest a crescent moon, ...
A Dictionary, Hindustani & English: Accompanied by a Reversed Dictionary, English and Hindustani (1858)
by Duncan Forbes
'adad, ti'dad, sankhyā, ...
by Kitto, John
Adad. Ad ́ad is the name of the chief deity of the Syrians, the sun. The name of this Syrian deity is most probably an element in the names of the Syrian kings Benhadad and Hadadezer.
The Atlantis Encyclopedia (2005)
by Frank Joseph
Adad was a fire-god symbolized by an active volcano, its summit wreathed by the constellation of the Pleiades—the “Atlantises,” or daughters of Atlas. Oppenheimer writes that the Sumerian version of the flood was “catastrophic. The storm ...
Volume Three: m- by Gábor Takács
and even with Akk, bit hamri Sa Adad “heiliger Bezirk des ...
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