neros

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek νῆρος (nêros), from Akkadian 𒁹𒌋 (DIŠ.U /nēr/, 600).

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neros (plural neroses or neroi)

  1. (historical, Babylon) A period of 600 years.
    • Arthur Dyot Thomson (1872). On Mankind: Their Origin and Destiny. Longmans, Green & Co., London, p. 648.
      the progressive subdivisions of the saroses of 3,600 years, of the neroses of 600 years, and of the sosses [sic] of 60 years have the same progression as the divisions and subdivisions of the zodiac

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