Ninti = “Lady Life” Enki’s & Ninhursag’s daughter via Uttu
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(gods in blue …mixed-breed demigods in teal…)
“Your father is Enki, the lord Nudimmud, and your mother is Ninti, the queen of the abzu.
Ninkasi, your father is Enki, the lord Nudimmud, and your mother is Ninti, the queen of the abzu…”
“‘What hurts you most, dearest (Enki)?’
My rib hurts me.’
‘To the goddess Nin-ti, the Lady of the Rib and the One who makes Live,
I (Ninhursag) have given birth for you to set your rib free.’…”
‘”My brother (Enki), what part of you hurts you?’
My ribs (ti) hurt me.’
She (Ninhursag) gave birth to Ninti out of it…
Ninti shall become the lady of the month,…”
Ninti, “Lady of the Rib”, shared her emotions with the other Anunnaki on board her ship. They watched as all living things left upon the Earth were drowned.
“The Anunnaki, great gods, were sitting in thirst, in hunger…
Ninti wept and spent her emotion; she wept and eased her feelings.
The gods wept with her for the land.
She was overcome with grief; she thirsted for beer.
Where she sat, the gods sat weeping; crouching like sheep at a trough.
Their lips were feverish of thirst, they were suffering cramp from hunger…”
“The Goddess saw and she wept…her lips were covered with feverishness….”
”My creatures have become like flies – they filled the rivers like dragonflies,
their fatherhood was taken by the rolling sea…”