[ ah-dahd ]
/ ˈɑ dɑd /
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Babylonian god of storms and wind.
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[ ey-dad ]
/ ˈeɪ dæd /
a coded card or other device that when inserted into a telephone allows the user to reach a number without dialing.
Origin of ADAD
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How to use Adad in a sentence
This is a still from a 2008 video called "Repose (on the Plinthe)", by Vancouver artist Adad Hannah.
The Daily Pic: Adad Hannah mirrrors the mirroring that happens in Velazquez.
Heseychius says that Hada was the goddess of Juno, and Adad a god and the sun.
And ancient writers say that the effigies of both Adad and Moloch were the same, and fashioned for expressing the sun.
The gods that aided Adad were sometimes looked upon as birds, one of whom was the god Zû, who presided over the tempest.
Adad is called “twin” or “companion”, because he possessed a composite nature, comprising in himself the elements of several gods.
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)|Samuel Warren