- (in Akkadian myth) a son of Apsu and Tiamat whose blood Ea and Marduk used in creating the human race.
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Historical Examples of kingu
That is to say, Kingu, she set on high, she made him the great one amongst them.
At their head she places a being Kingu, whom she raises to the dignity of a consort.
Kingu's associates—the monsters—are terrified at their leader's discomfiture.
These bore the "merciless, invincible weapon," and were under the command of Kingu, whom Timat calls "her husband."
Through his possession of the divine tablets Kingu received the power of Anu, and was able to decree the fate of the gods.Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria