Definition of Marduk in English:

Marduk

Syllabification: Mar·duk
Pronunciation: /ˈmärˌdo͝ok
 
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Babylonian Mythology
The chief god of Babylon, who became lord of the gods of heaven and earth after conquering Tiamat, the monster of primeval chaos.

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Pronunciation: iˈrōnēəs
adjective
wrong; incorrect