Omorka

Omorka - "The mother of the world". From am, "mother", and arka, "earth". The first letter, aleph, in both words often pronounced as o. Am, "mother", comes from am "to support", pronounced om. Oma, "mother" is one of the names of Bona Dea.

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king u and the irrestible missle

by Anonymous - 9/19/13 1:24 PM
the irrestible missle in battle against marduk

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Symbols from The Two Babylons: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W X Y Z

Oannes
Olive
Omorka
Ophiani
Ophites
Ophthalmitis
Ops
Oro
Orpheus
Orv
Osiris
Ouranos