Origin of Akkadian
Examples from the Web for akkadian
Even the conservative primary civilisations (as the Egyptian, Chinese, and Akkadian) rested on much race mixture.The Evolution of States|J. M. Robertson
Mr. G. Bertin, the Akkadian scholar, favours the same conclusion.Palestine|Claude Reignier Conder
By these it is shown to be clearly a Mongol language, closely related with the Akkadian, though somewhat later.
They were adopted in varying modes for writing Semitic and Aryan languages, as well as the native Akkadian.Palaeography|Bernard Quaritch
A god called Uz has for his name the Akkadian word for goat.Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria|Lewis Spence
1855, from Akkad (Sumerian Agde, Biblical Acca), name of city founded by Sargon I in northern Babylonia, of unknown origin; applied by modern scholars to the east Semitic language spoken there (c.2300-2100 B.C.E.) and preserved in cuneiform inscriptions.