Nusku

Nusku was the name of the light and fire-god in Babylonia and Assyria, indistinguishable from Girra - formerly Gibil. Nusku is the symbol of the heavenly as well as of the terrestrial fire. As the former he is the son of Anu, the god of heaven, but he is likewise associated with Enlil of Nippur as the god of the earth and regarded as his first-bor...
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Nusku

noun god of fire and light; corresponds to Babylonian Girru
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Nusku

in Mesopotamian religion, Sumero-Akkadian god of light and fire. His father was Sin (Sumerian: Nanna), the moon god. Semitic texts describe Nusku as ...
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Nusku

In Sumerian mythology, Nusku is the god of fire and Enlil's vizier.
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Nusku

[n] - (Assyrian) god of fire and light
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