Ninlil

Mesopotamian - A Sumerian grain-goddess. Daughter of Haia and Nunbarsegunu. Ninhursaga was the wife of Enlil by whom she was raped. When he was banished to the underworld, she followed him and their son, Nanna, was born there. They mated again to produce two other sons, Nergal and Ninazu. Occasionally known as Ninlil, Baalath, Baalath, Baalat, Baalat, Baalat, Kutushar, Kutushar, Ninhursaga, Ninhursaga, Lady of the Great Mountain, Lady of the Mountain, Ninharsag, Ningursag, Ninhursag, Ninhursagga, Ninkharsag, Ninkhursag, Virgin Lady, Aruru, Belet-ili, Belit, Damgalminna, Damkina, Mah, Mama, Mami, Mammetu(m), Mammitu(m), Mother of the Land, Mud-kes(d)a, Nin Ki, Ninhursag(ga), Ninkarsag, Ninki, Ninmah, Ninmar, Ninna, Nintua(ma) Kalamma, Nintu(r), Haya, Haya, Babylonian Mylitta or Babylonian Mylitta.

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