- Accadian language
- Assyrian language
- Babylonian language
- Semitic languages
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Americana: v. 2, p. 544 (Assyro-Babylonian; Old Akkadian split into dialects; the most important of which were Babylonian and Assyrian)
- found: Britannica Micro.: v. 1, p. 177 (Accadian, Assyro-Babylonian; extinct Semitic language of the Northern Peripheral group spoken in Mesopotamia (now Iraq) from 3rd to 1st millennium B.C. ca. 2000 B.C. Akkadian divided into the Assyrian dialect and the Babylonian dialect.)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2010-08-06: revised
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