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  • n. Babylonian god of wisdom and agriculture and patron of scribes and schools

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  • Kom Ombo used to be known as Kom Nabu, where 'nabu' means 'gold' in Nubian.

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  • Ang ycalima sumangpalataia ang atin panginoon Jesuchristo, nang magycatlong arao nabu hai nanaguli.

    Doctrina Christiana The first book printed in the Philippines, Manila, 1593.

  • Dr. Petra Ludwig-Sidow geologist, environmentalist - Germany nabu-ammersbek. de

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  • a prophet (nabi, perhaps “proclaimer”; cf. Akkadian nabu, “to call,” Arabic naba'a, “to announce”).

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  • i never new true love till the day i met him. the day i first met him, i liked him straight away and he liked me too but i had a boyfriend who i regret even dating. if i had of dumped nabu i could have been with beau. as soon as i had broken up with nabu, beau had aready moved on so i've never really had a chance

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