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Ac·cad

 (ăk′ăd′, ä′käd′)
See Akkad.

Accad

(ˈækæd)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Akkad

Ak•kad

or Ac•cad

(ˈæk æd, ˈɑ kɑd)

n.
1. an ancient region in Mesopotamia, the N division of Babylonia.
2. a city in this region: capital of the Akkadian empire c2350–2200 b.c.
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