[ish-tahr] /ˈɪʃ tɑr/
the Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of love and war, identified with the Phoenician Astarte, the Semitic Ashtoreth, and the Sumerian Inanna.
the principal goddess of the Babylonians and Assyrians; divinity of love, fertility, and war
ancient Sumero-Babylonian goddess of love and fertility, counterpart of Phoenician Astarte (q.v.), from Akkad. Ishtar.
Inner Shelf Transfer and Recycling
[ter-uh] /ˈtɛr ə/ noun, Astronomy. 1. a plateau region in the northern hemisphere of Venus.
man of Tob, one of the small Syrian kingdoms which together constituted Aram (2 Sam. 10:6,8).
[ee-shuh m] /ˈi ʃəm/ noun 1. the Akkadian god of fire and the companion of Irra.
[eesh-wer-uh] /ˈiʃ wər ə/ noun, Hinduism. 1. a personal and supreme god, supposed in dvaita Vedantism to be included with the world and Atman within Brahman.