or a·nu, an·yu
- a twining herb, Tropaeolum tuberosum, of the nasturtium family, found in the Andes, having edible tubers and large flowers with yellow petals and red spurs.
- the tuber of this plant.
Origin of añu
- the Akkadian god of heaven.
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Examples from the Web for anu
Many writers, like Anu Chopra in the Hindustan Times, have correctly criticized the movie for its “lack of logic.”‘Dhoom 3’ Review: Bollywood’s Baffling Blockbuster
December 31, 2013
Anu Chopra reveals the five essential classics any burgeoning Bollywood fan should see.The Best Bollywood Films
February 24, 2009
In view of Nannar's position in the heavens, he was called the "heifer of Anu."
Coequal in antiquity with the cult of Anu in Assyria is that of Dagan.
By the command of Anu, Anatum, and Belit, recite the incantation.
May the great Anu, the father of the gods, tell thee when there will be rest.
For the 1st day of Elul the second, sacred to Anu and Bel, a favorable day.
- Babylonian myth the sky god
- Australian National University
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