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== God-dess meaning controversy ==

From the [Akkadian Dictionary]:

  • iltu : [Religion] goddess
  • ilu : [Religion] god , deity

-tu being the feminine ending in Akkadian, and -t being the ending in Egyptian as well. Even the article Ilah states "there is no ʾilāh but al-Lāh". Add a t, have a Goddess. Highly disputed by whom?

== Elat link question ==

The link to Elat goes to a redirect to the entry for Eliat, the modern city. That page seems to have no direct connection to the named deity (the name derives from the work for pistachio, not from El). Is this pointer in error? 2620:0:1000:1103:159A:507B:3BF5:74E0 (talk) 20:12, 29 June 2018 (UTC)

-- (talk) 19:58, 2 April 2016 (UTC)