Nana

African - The earth-goddess of the Yoruba. Wife of Obaluwaye. Mother of Omulu. Also known as Nana, Inanna, Inanna, Inana, Innana, Innin, Innini, Inninina, Ishtar, Nana, Ninanna, Nininni, Ninni, Ninsinna, Queen of Heaven, Astarte, Innin(ina), Nin(in)ni, 'sky lady', Akkadian Ish(t)ar, Phrygian Cybele, Babylonian Nina, Nanna, Nanna, Nana, Nyame, Nyame, Nyambe, Nyambi, Nzame, Onyame, Abommubuwafre, Amaomee, Amosu, Amowia, Anansi Kokroko, Borebore, Brekyirihunuade, Nyaamanekose, Nyambe, Nyankopon, Odomankoma, Onyankopon, Otomankoma, Totrobonso, Bakongo Nzambi, Banyai Nyali or Lele Njambi.
Armenian - A mother-goddess. Occasionally referred to as Nana, Inanna, Inanna, Inana, Innana, Innin, Innini, Inninina, Ishtar, Nana, Ninanna, Nininni, Ninni, Ninsinna, Queen of Heaven, Astarte, Innin(ina), Nin(in)ni, 'sky lady', Akkadian Ish(t)ar, Phrygian Cybele, Babylonian Nina, Nanna, Nanna, Nana, Nyame, Nyame, Nyambe, Nyambi, Nzame, Onyame, Abommubuwafre, Amaomee, Amosu, Amowia, Anansi Kokroko, Borebore, Brekyirihunuade, Nyaamanekose, Nyambe, Nyankopon, Odomankoma, Onyankopon, Otomankoma, Totrobonso, Bakongo Nzambi, Banyai Nyali or Lele Njambi.
Mesopotamian - A Sumerian mother-goddess. Wife of Nabu, some say. Daughter of Sangarius. Sister of Tammuz, some say. Mother of Attis. When Agdistis was castrated, an almond tree grew from the spot where his genitals fell. Nana picked some of its fruit and, as a result either of eating it or dropping it into her lap, became pregnant and bore Attis. Sometimes referred to as Nana, Inanna, Inanna, Inana, Innana, Innin, Innini, Inninina, Ishtar, Nana, Ninanna, Nininni, Ninni, Ninsinna, Queen of Heaven, Astarte, Innin(ina), Nin(in)ni, 'sky lady', Akkadian Ish(t)ar, Phrygian Cybele, Babylonian Nina, Nanna, Nanna, Nana, Nyame, Nyame, Nyambe, Nyambi, Nzame, Onyame, Abommubuwafre, Amaomee, Amosu, Amowia, Anansi Kokroko, Borebore, Brekyirihunuade, Nyaamanekose, Nyambe, Nyankopon, Odomankoma, Onyankopon, Otomankoma, Totrobonso, Bakongo Nzambi, Banyai Nyali or Lele Njambi.

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