Akkadian baby names


Akkadian, also spelled Accadian, is an extinct ancient Semitic language spoken in central-southern Mesopotamia, or present-day Iraq, existing around ca. 1696 – 1654 B.C. Babylonians spoke and wrote in the Acadian language for official use and retained the Sumerian language for religious purposes. Akkadian used a cuneiform writing system, originally used to write ancient Sumerian, an unrelated language isolate. If you are interested in choosing a Semitic or Mesopotamian name, please also visit our Hebrew, Arabic and Aramaic names Popular Baby Names.
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One who pours water
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Akkadian
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Akkadian Girl baby name meaning "One who pours water"

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