Mami

Mesopotamian - A name of Ninhursaga as 'mother'. At the behest of Ea, Mami fashioned fourteen lumps of clay which, when placed in the wombs of women, produced seven boys and seven girls to perpetuate the human race which had been decimated by Enlil. In some accounts, the clay had been mixed with the blood of a god, perhaps Kingu or Lamga, in others, the same as Ama-arhus. Sometimes referred to as Mami, Ama-arhus, Ama-arhus, Amat-Ara-arhus, Arad-Ama-arhus, Mama, Great Mother, Mama, Aruru, Aruru, Mami, Ninhursaga, Sarpanitu, Ishtar, Ishtar, Asdar, Ashdar, Astar, Estar, Ininna, Irnini, Istar, Lady of Battles, Sirtu, Tamar, Agusaya, Anunitum, As(h)darAshtart, Ast(h)ar, Bau Gula, Kilili, Mah, Minu-anni, Minu-ulla, Mylitta, Qadishtu, Babylonian Ashtoreth, Egyptian Hathor, Greek Aphrodite, Hebrew Tamar, Hurrian Shaushkas, Phoenician Astarte, Sumerian Baba, Inanna, Ella, Iku, Nidaba Nin, Saltu, Mah, Mah, Makh, Mama or Mama.
Mesopotamian - A name for Ishtar as a creator-goddess. At times, known as Mami, Ama-arhus, Ama-arhus, Amat-Ara-arhus, Arad-Ama-arhus, Mama, Great Mother, Mama, Aruru, Aruru, Mami, Ninhursaga, Sarpanitu, Ishtar, Ishtar, Asdar, Ashdar, Astar, Estar, Ininna, Irnini, Istar, Lady of Battles, Sirtu, Tamar, Agusaya, Anunitum, As(h)darAshtart, Ast(h)ar, Bau Gula, Kilili, Mah, Minu-anni, Minu-ulla, Mylitta, Qadishtu, Babylonian Ashtoreth, Egyptian Hathor, Greek Aphrodite, Hebrew Tamar, Hurrian Shaushkas, Phoenician Astarte, Sumerian Baba, Inanna, Ella, Iku, Nidaba Nin, Saltu, Mah, Mah, Makh, Mama or Mama.

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