Tiamat

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Ti·a·mat

 (tē′ä-mät′)
n. Mythology
The Babylonian goddess of ocean waters.

[Akkadian tiāmat, absolute form of tiāmtu, sea; see thm in Semitic roots.]
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Noun1.Tiamat - (Akkadian) mother of the gods and consort of ApsuTiamat - (Akkadian) mother of the gods and consort of Apsu
Mesopotamia - the land between the Tigris and Euphrates; site of several ancient civilizations; part of what is now known as Iraq
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