Zu

[n] - (Sumerian) evil storm god represented as a black bird
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Zu

Zubird noun evil storm god represented as a black bird
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Zu

• (n.) A Zu
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Zu

(from the article `epigraphy`) ...Old Babylonian and Assyrian versions. The story of Adapa, found in parts in the Tell el-Amarna archives and the library of Ashurbanipal, is ...
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Zu

(from the article `Arabia`) ...In the north are the ulubah, known to the ancient Arabians as qayn, a low-status group regarded as being of non-Arab descent. In Oman the Zu, a ...
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Zu

[god] Appears to be {unrelated}, though Adil has used open proxies before (doesn`t look like these are proxies, though). Dmcdevit·t 22:39, 6 July 2007 (UTC) === AdilBaguirov(3rd request) === The following users may or may not be sockpuppets of AdilBaguirov, but one thing is for certain, all these accounts have been started by one person, a
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Zu

[mythology] Zu, also known as Anzu and Imdugud, in Persian and Sumerian, (from An "heaven" and Zu "to know", in the Sumerian language) is a lesser divinity of Akkadian mythology, and the son of the bird goddess Siris. He is also said to be conceived by the pure waters of the Apsu-gods and the wide Earth. Both Zu and Siris are seen as massiv
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Zu

ZU is an abbreviation for Zollverein
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Zu

In Babylonian mythology, Zu is an evil lesser-god who steals the tablets of destiny from Enlil while he was washing, and flies away to his mountain. He was killed by Lugalbanda who was sent by the gods to retrieve the tables of destiny.
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Zu

[band] == Biography == Hailing from Ostia, a town near Rome, Zu are an atypical trio made of drums, electric bass, baritone saxophone and electronics. Formed in Rome in 1997, they began as composers and players for theatre performances. The band is composed of three members: Luca Mai on baritone saxophone, Massimo Pupillo on bass and Jacopo
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Zu

[kana] There are two different kana letters that are romanized as zu. ...
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