Namma

The Havilan warrior queen.

Originally, a Patrician from Qr-Ai-Henokhi. Daughter of Tsilla, second wife of Lamekh the Fist, the city’s reviled Dominator.
 
Named Na’ama at birth by Tsilla because of her beauty and large shapely form. She grew to become one of the tallest and strongest Ishah ever known, head and shoulders taller than even her father Lamekh, and was originally reviled as a freak until The Fallen admired and took her as part of a treaty settlement. Many believed, that because of her extraordinary size and beauty, she must have been godling herself.
 
Also known as Nammu, which is an Akadian diminutive of “beautiful” or “glorious” — a name bestowed upon her by The Fallen (of the Elder Gods.) The hamlet of Ur-Nammu near Bel-Al, the repose of The Blessed consorts, was originally built and named in her honor.
 
Having fled Anaki concubinage among The Blessed, she found refuge among the Havilan Sisterhood, where she became their Battle Queen. The Havilans called her Namma — which some believe means “shiny” because of her lustrous blonde hair — but was actually a reference to her exemplary leadership, for she transformed scrappy desert brigands into a fearsome amazon force. And she so loved her accoutrements!
 
She becomes shipwrecked on Zoar Island and helps Enok to escape the Zmee. Also, pivotal to the Woebegin plot, she becomes the unwilling mother of several para-human Anaki, namely Refa, and eventually of Surai and Gulshan.
 

MONIKERS : Namma in Havilan slang, Nammu (in Akadian), Na’ama (in Y’lan).
PHONETIC : ˈnʌmʌ (Namma) — ˈnʌmuː (Nammu) — nʌ ˈʌmʌ (Na’ama)

Synonyms:
Nammu, Na'ama

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