[ mˈʌlwi], [ mˈʌlwi], [ m_ˈʌ_l_w_i]
How to use "Mulwi" in context?
Mulwi is an ancient Sumerian word meaning "priest" or "shaman." The term is also used in Akkadian to refer to a magician or sorcerer. Mulwi is also the name of a Median deity who was the patron of healing and the protector of pregnant women and children.
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