Zam

Zam (Zām)Pronunciation-needed is the Avestan language term for the Zoroastrian concept of `earth`, in both the sense of land and soil and in the sense of the world. The earth is prototyped as a primordial element in Zoroastrian tradition, and represented by a minor divinity Zam who is the hypostasis of the `earth`. The word itself is cognate ...
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Zam

(from the article `Nupe`) ...They speak a language of the Nupoid group in the Benue-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family. The Nupe are organized into a number of ...
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Zam

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Zam

lit. 'earth', yazad presiding over the earth; name of the twenty-eighth day of the month according to the Zoroastrian religious calendar. (Var. 'Zamyad')
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