Category:El (deity)

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Northwest Semitic word
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Ël (es); El (eu); El (ca); El (de); ال (fa); 埃爾 (zh); El (ro); ال (ur); El (sv); Èl (oc); 埃爾神 (zh-hant); Ēl (fi); El (eo); El (it); El (fr); El (et); El (pt); אל (he); El (tr); El (sl); 엘 (ko); Ель (uk); 埃爾神 (zh-hk); El (id); El (pl); ഏൽ (ml); El (nl); El (hr); Ел (bg); El (nb); Эль (ru); El (en); إل (ar); 埃尔神 (zh-hans); エール (ja) верховный бог сутиев-амореев (ru); Northwest Semitic word (en); guddom (nb); god (nl) Ël, Dios Ël, Kāsu (es); エル (ja); El (ml); Ilu (nl); Эл (ru); El Schaddai (de); ’Ēl, Il, ’Il, Ilāh (en); اِل (fa); ال (ar); Al, Eli, Il (it)

El is a Northwest Semitic word meaning "god". In the Canaanite religion, or Levantine religion as a whole, El (Ugarit 'ilhm ("Elohim"), Sryian "Ilah", Arabic "Allah") was the supreme god, the father of humankind and all creatures and the husband of the goddess Asherah as recorded in the clay tablets of Ugarit, Syria.


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.