Anu

In Sumerian mythology, Anu (also An; from Sumerian
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Anu

(Skr.) Atom; point. -- K.F.L.
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Anu

noun Babylonian god of the sky; one of the supreme triad including Bel and Ea
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Anu

[fly] Anu is a genus Hoverfly, from the family Syrphidae, in the order Diptera. It is only known from New Zealand. ...
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Anu

[tribe] Anu, is a Vedic Sanskrit term for a major tribe in the Rigveda, RV 1.108.8, RV 8.10.5 (both times listed together with the Druhyu) and, later also in the Mahabharata. One of the Anu kings, King Anga, was a chakravartin (AB 8.22). Ānava, the vrddhi derivation of Anu appears as the name of a ruler in the Rigvedic account of the Battl...
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ANU

acronym: Australian National University (Canberra, Australia)
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Anu

Anu (ā'nOO) , ancient sky god of Sumerian origin, worshiped in Babylonian religion. The son of Apsu (the underworld ocean) and Tiamat (primeval chaos), Anu was king of the great triad of gods, which included the earth god Enlil and the water god Ea.
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Anu

In Babylonian mythology, Anu (An in Sumerian mythology) is the god of the sky. He is the son of Anshar and Kishar. Anu was the supreme god and ruled the heavens. He had the power to judge those who had committed crimes. The stars were Anu's soldiers whom he had created to destroy the wicked.
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Anu

Mesopotamian sky god and a member of the triad of deities completed by Enlil and Ea (Enki). Like most sky gods, Anu, although theoretically the ... [15 related articles]
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Anu

Mesopotamian sky god, commonly joined in a trinity with Enlil, the god of storms, and Ea, the god of water. Anu was the father and king of the gods, despite a relatively minor role in mythological...
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Anu

on p. 4 of Glossary should be atom, and also, one of the names of Brahma.
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Anu

Soon, very soon, any minute now!
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Anu

[n] - (Babylonian) the sky god
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