饜饜饜

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Ammonite[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *malk-.

Noun[edit]

饜饜饜 (mlk)

  1. king

Etymology 2[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

饜饜饜 (mlk)

  1. Moloch

Moabite[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *malk-.

Noun[edit]

饜饜饜 (mlk)

  1. king
    • 840 BCE, Mesha Stele:
      饜饜饜 饜 饜饜饜 饜 饜饜 饜 饜饜饜 [...] 饜饜饜 饜 饜饜饜
      示nk m拧士 bn km拧 [...] mlk m示b
      I am Mesha son of Kemosh [...] king of Moab.

Phoenician[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Semitic *malk-.

Noun[edit]

饜饜饜 (mlk)

  1. king
    • 5th century BCE, sarcophagus inscription of Tabnit of Sidon:
      饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜 饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜饜 饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜 饜饜
      饜饜饜饜饜饜饜 饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜饜 饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜 饜饜饜 饜饜饜饜 饜
      示nk tbnt khn 士拧trt mlk 峁nm bn
      示拧mn士zr khn 士拧trt mlk 峁nm 拧kb b示rn z
      I, Tabnit, priest of Astarte, king of Sidon, the son
      of Eshmunazar, priest of Astarte, king of Sidon, am lying in this sarcophagus.

Etymology 2[edit]

Possibly from Proto-Semitic *mil岣 or *mal岣 (salt) (cognate to Hebrew 诪侄诇址讞(mela岣)).

Proper noun[edit]

饜饜饜 (mlk)

  1. M谩laga