Hebrew - A king of S(h)inar. Son of Cush. He was a great hunter and warrior, said to have owned the clothes worn by Adam and Eve which guaranteed victory to those who wore them. He was deified and ordered the construction of the Tower of Babel for an attack on heaven itself. It is said that, no matter how heavy the dew, none ever falls on Nimrod's tomb in Damascus. Also called Nimrod, Amarud, Amarud, Marduk, Gibbor, Gibbor, Arab Al Jabbar, Kesil, Babylonian Gilgamesh, Babylonian Gilgamesh, Namru or Namru.

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