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Samples of words' definition:
Dadmi: Babylonian-Assyrian. Noun
The human race, mankind
Nebuchadnezzar said: "Sa ideena harooti iz sapa isaarti ana paqada jal dadmi." Translated verbatim: "Who gives the scepter of justice to rule over mankind."
Adami in Arabic means man
Dak: Ancient Assyrian. Noun. A soldier. (Plural: Daki).
Although Dak is used in the singular form, on any Assyrian tablets, Dak appeared in the plural form.
Later on in history, Dak was replaced by Dikta, Daku, and Diktu, meaning soldiers; warriors, fighting men
Translated verbatim " I cut their warriors into pieces."
Tiglath Pileser said:"Dikta suunu adook."
Danan: Babylonian-Assyrian. Noun. Power
Assur said "Danan Ashur Ihstar va ilil rabi biliiya imsi ma itagiil ana ramani su." Translated verbatim: "He placed away the power of Ashur, Ishtar, and the great gods, my Lords and trusted to his own work"
Akkadian. Adjective. Very powerful, mighty. El dandannu is an Assyrian expression, which means God all mighty. In some Assyrian and Sumerian passages, Dandannu also meant the most high. "An'inib gisri dandani."-Sardanapalus. Translated verbatim: "To Ninib, most highly hero"
Chamashu: Akkadian/Babylonian-Assyrian. Noun. The sun. Note: Zit shamsi means the rising sun, in Ancient Assyrian
Chameta, in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect
Chamo, in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect
Chimsha, in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect
Chimsho, in contemporary Assyrian Western dialect
Chams (Shams), and Chamsu "Shamsu", in Arabic
Chemesh "Shemesh" in Hebrew and Aramaic
Chamash in Sumerian
Cham "Cham", and Chem "Shem" in Phoenician
Chem "Shem" in Ugaritic
"Ultu zit shamsi adi erib shamsi"- Esar Haddon
Translation: "From the rising of the sun to the setting of the sun."
Cherub, "Kruv", "Kirubu", "Chirubu":
A word borrowed from the ancient Assyrian Kirubu and Karâbu, which mean "to be near"
Cherub is an ancient name for the angels (Cherubim)
Cherubim is the Hebrew masculine plural
In Assyrian literature, Kirubu was a Guardian Angel in charge of protecting and guarding the main gate of Assyrian palaces, usually depicted as a huge winged bull with the face of a man
Chaykhana: Aramaic. Noun. A tea house
Composed of two words:
a-Chay, which means tea
b-Khana, which means house, and sometimes a store or a shop
The archaic Turkish word Khan (Khana) and Arabic word Khan mean store, shop or souk (A market). Chay means the same thing in several Semitic, Anatolian, Middle and Near Eastern countries. Khana (Kha pronounced like Jose in Spanish) derived from the word Khan, which could mean many things such as a place, a store, a center, a big house, a large location. The origin of the word Khan or Khana is unknown. It appeared in numerous languages, including Mongolian, Turkish, Urdu, Persian, etc. The Arabs incorporated the word Khana and Khan in their language with the dawn of the Ottoman occupation of the Islamic & Arab world. For instance, the Turkish word Istakhana which means a hospital was more frequently used by Arabs than the original Arabic word for hospital which was Moustachfa. And the Turkish word Khan was more frequently used by the Arabs than the original Arabic word for market which was Al-Souk (Shouk in Hebrew and ancient Aramaic). Ironically, Al Souk, as well as the synonym Bazaar (Meaning Market) derived also from the Outhmani language
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Samples of words' definitions.
Anum "Anuum": Akkadian/Sumerian/Babylonian Assyrian.
Noun. Name of the Anunnaki's god Anu.
* An in Sumerian.
* An in Akkadian.
* An in Chaldean.
* Anu in Egyptian.
* Also Anu in ancient Assyrian.
Anum was the creator of the gods, including the peoples of the earth, but over time (3000-2500 B.C.) Anum lost his privileged position to his son Enlil. His main temple was in Uruk, where he was worshipped as god of that city. Later on, his daughter Inanna became a co-god of Uruk. Anum mated with the goddesses Ki and Nammu. His union with them gave birth to the gods.
In Sumerian, "An" means:
The word "An" was commonly used by Hurrians, Phoenicians, Elamites, Subarians, Sumerians, Akkadians, Medes, and Kasites.
Apkalu: Ancient Assyrian/Sumerian. Noun.
Name of the wise man who was sent to Earth by god Ea to teach mankind wisdom and knowledge. Babylonian mythology history tells us that there were seven Apkallu who lived on Earth since its creation, and the beginning of time. These sage men are depicted as human beings with wings. Some have an eagle head; others don't have wings and appear dressed in a sea-fish skin. Some were poets and writers who composed the epics of Erra and Gilgamesh, others were ministers to the god Ea.
These sages were:
1-Adapa (U-an, called Oannes)
Ar'a: Aramaic. Noun. A piece of land.
* Ard in Arabic.
* Heretz and Eretz in Hebrew.
* Ertsu, Erestsu in Old Babylonian, Akkadian and Sumerian.
* Irziti in ancient Assyrian.
Sardanapulus said: "Bitkur mukil marraz same (Shame) va irsiti." Translation: "Ruler guiding the course of heaven (same) and Earth (Irziti)."
Arratu: Akkadian/Ancient Assyrian. Noun. A curse.
* Saartaa in contemporary Assyrian Eastern dialect.
* From the Assyrian Saarta, derived the Arabic word Shar, which means evil.
Not to confound it with the Hebrew word Sara which means a princess and the various Mesopotamian words for Sar which means a prince.
Ashur, "A-ùr", "Ashar": Assyrian/Sumerian/Babylonian/Akkadian/Aramaic. Noun. Identified with Ashir and Ansar.
It means the merciful, the beneficent. The name of the supreme god of Assyria and god of war. Ashur was the King of the Igigi.
"And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Akkad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar. Out of that land went forth Asshur, and built Nineveh, and the city Rehoboth, and Calah, And Resen between Nineveh and Calah: The same is a great city."- Genesis 10:10-12 . "For through the voice of the Lord Assyria will be beaten down, As He strikes with the rod."-Isaiah 30:31.
"And He will stretch out His hand against the north, Destroy Assyria, And make Nineveh a desolation, As dry as the wilderness."-Zephaniah 2:13. "He shall pass through the sea with affliction, And strike the waves of the sea: All the depths of the River shall dry up. Then the pride of Assyria shall be brought down, and the scepter of Egypt shall depart."-Zechariah 10:11.
His temple called E-Kharsg-Kurkurra in Ashur was one of the wonders of Assyrian architecture.
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