babylonian

Babylonian - What does it mean?

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Babylonian vs Sippar - What's the difference?

babylonian | sippar |


As proper nouns the difference between babylonian and sippar

is that babylonian is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad while sippar is an ancient sumerian and later babylonian city on the east bank of the euphrates, some 60 km north of babylon, in what is now tell abu habbah, iraq.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a noun babylonian

is an inhabitant of the city of babylon.

Babylonian vs Nabopolassar - What's the difference?

babylonian | nabopolassar |


As proper nouns the difference between babylonian and nabopolassar

is that babylonian is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad while nabopolassar is the first king of the neo-babylonian empire, who lived c658 - 605.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a noun babylonian

is an inhabitant of the city of babylon.

Babylonian vs Anunnaki - What's the difference?

babylonian | anunnaki |


As proper nouns the difference between babylonian and anunnaki

is that babylonian is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad while anunnaki is a group of sumerian, akkadian and babylonian deities in no known particular order including but not limited to enki, enlil, ninlil and 'known as the fourth' enbilulu.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a noun babylonian

is an inhabitant of the city of babylon.

Babylonian vs Enki - What's the difference?

babylonian | enki |


As proper nouns the difference between babylonian and enki

is that babylonian is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad while enki is a god in sumerian mythology, later known as ea in akkadian and babylonian mythology.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a noun babylonian

is an inhabitant of the city of babylon.

Babylonian vs Tiamat - What's the difference?

babylonian | tiamat |


As proper nouns the difference between babylonian and tiamat

is that babylonian is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad while tiamat is a babylonian goddess who personifies the sea, considered the monstrous embodiment of primordial chaos.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a noun babylonian

is an inhabitant of the city of babylon.

Babylonian vs Sabora - What's the difference?

babylonian | sabora |


As nouns the difference between babylonian and sabora

is that babylonian is an inhabitant of the city of babylon while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a proper noun babylonian

is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad.

Babylonian vs Bel - What's the difference?

babylonian | bel |


As nouns the difference between babylonian and bel

is that babylonian is an inhabitant of the city of babylon while bel is water.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a proper noun babylonian

is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad.

Babylonian vs Ishtar - What's the difference?

babylonian | ishtar |

Babylonian vs Assyrian - What's the difference?

babylonian | assyrian |

Babylonian is a see also of assyrian.

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