- Babylonian god of storms and wind.
- a coded card or other device that when inserted into a telephone allows the user to reach a number without dialing.
Origin of ADAD
a(utomatic telephone) d(ialing-)a(nnouncing) d(evice)
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Examples from the Web for adad
The Daily Pic: Adad Hannah mirrrors the mirroring that happens in Velazquez.
This is a still from a 2008 video called "Repose (on the Plinthe)", by Vancouver artist Adad Hannah.
The hymn to Ramman (Adad No. 3) is also a composition in three 80 parts.The Assyrian and Hebrew Hymns of Praise
Charles Gordon Cumming
Hadad (or Adad) was a relation of the Iduman king whom David had conquered.History of the Jews, Vol. I (of 6)
Adad, I'll have a shot at him by next assizes—a writ on the file this very day!Ten Thousand a-Year (Vol. 2)
One of these large chambers was dedicated to Anu, and the other to Adad.Mesopotamian Archaeology
Percy S. P. Handcock
And when Adad was dead, there reigned in his stead, Semla, of Masreca.