Adad

[n] - (Babylonian) god of storms and wind
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Adad

noun Babylonian god of storms and wind
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Adad

weather god of the Babylonian and Assyrian pantheon. The name Adad may have been brought into Mesopotamia toward the end of the 3rd millennium by ... [2 related articles]
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Adad

In Sumerian mythology and in Babylonian mythology, Adad is a storm god, son of Anu. He holds a lightning bolt in his right hand and an axe in his left. He is partially responsible for the helpful annual flooding of the rivers which brought fertility to the land. He relates to the Canaanite god Hadad.
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Adad

Adad: see Hadad.
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ADAD

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Adad

Adad in Akkadian and Ishkur in Sumerian and Hadad in Aramaic are the names of the storm-god in the Babylonian-Assyrian pantheon. All three are usually written by the logogram dIM. The Akkadian god Adad is cognate in name and functions with northwest Semitic god Hadad. In Akkadian, Adad is also known as Ramman (`Thunderer`) cognate with Aramaic R.....
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