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Anammelech

[ uh-nam-uh-lek ]
/ əˈnæm əˌlɛk /
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noun

one of the gods worshiped by the Sepharvites. 2 Kings 17:31.

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Also Douay Bible, A·nam·el·ech .

Origin of Anammelech

FromLate Latin Anamelech , from Greek Anḗmelech, from Hebrew ʿănammelekh, probably from Akkadian Anu-milki “Anu is my king”Anu-milki Anu-milki
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