Wadd and Nikrah, the gods of love and hate, are possibly only other forms of the two `Athtars.
Three gods of the inscriptions are named in the Koran - Wadd, Yaghuth and Nasr. In the god name Ta'lab there may be an indication of tree-worship. The many minor deities may be passed over; but we must mention the sanctuary of Riyam, with its images of the sun and moon, and, according to tradition, an oracle.
He wadd n't fash to carry it hyem, So he hoyed it in a well.
Her run produced a chance for Wadd, which was saved by the keeper to give the first RAF corner.
Donna Corner lofted the kick almost releasing Wadd at the far post, but the Dutch keeper claimed comfortably.
pacey attacks from the RAF, utilizing Fg Off Becky Wadd up front.
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