[ mahr-dook ]
/ ˈmɑr dʊk /
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noun Babylonian Religion.
the chief of the Babylonian deities.
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Also Mer·o·dach [mer-uh-dahk] /ˈmɛr əˌdɑk/ .
Also called Ba·al Mer·o·dach [beyl-mer-uh-dahk] /ˈbeɪl ˈmɛr əˌdɑk/ .
Words nearby Marduk
Marcus Baker, Marcuse, Marcy, Mar del Plata, Mardi Gras, Marduk, mardy, mare, Mare Acidalium, Mare Australe, Mare Boreum
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How to use Marduk in a sentence
The mythic origin of the feast was the creation of the world by the god Marduk.New Year’s Eve, Babylon Style|Candida Moss|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It ascribes the separation of heaven and earth to the powerful god Marduk, who cleaves in two the original mother Thiamat.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
They had some nuclear power, introduced a century or so ago by traders from Marduk, one of the really civilized planets.
Marduk had three moons; a big one, fifteen hundred miles in diameter, and two insignificant twenty-mile chunks of rock.
"We have too many people on Marduk, and all of them want soft jobs as nobles' servants," the captain said.
Why, if it weren't so utterly ridiculous, one might even think he was making war on Marduk.
British Dictionary definitions for Marduk
/ (ˈmɑːdʊk) /
the chief god of the Babylonian pantheon
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