Akkad

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From Hebrew אַכַּד ‎(akkad), from Akkadian 𒀝𒅗𒁺 ‎(akkadu, Accadians), from 𒅗𒁺𒊒 ‎(kadurru)/𒆪𒁺𒊒 ‎(kudurru, marks, bounds), compound of 𒅗 ‎(ka),𒆠𒄠 ‎(kiam, thus), genitive of 𒆠 ‎(ki, how), and 𒁕𒊏𒊒 ‎(dararu, roam).

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Akkad

  1. One of the ancient kingdoms of Mesopotamia, located in northern Babylonia.
  2. The capital city of the kingdom of Akkad of uncertain location.

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Akkad m

  1. Akkad (capital city of the kingdom of Akkad)

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