Akkad definition by Webster's New World
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- ancient region in N Babylonia (fl. c. 2300-2100 )
- its chief city, for a time the capital of Babylonia
Akkad definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- An ancient region of Mesopotamia occupying the northern part of Babylonia. It reached the height of its power in the third millennium B.C.
- also A·ga·de An ancient city of Mesopotamia and capital of the Akkadian empire.