Origin of the name ALLAT.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ALLAT.
"the goddess." (Hebraica, July 1893). An Assyrian
goddess, one of many forms of Ishtar
(q.v.), called "The Queen of the Spear," or "Divining
Rod." The month Abu, or July, was sacred to her. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).
ALLÀT (اللات). "The
Arabian goddess, worshipped at the town of Tayf, near Mecca where she was
represented as a shapeless stone. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).
Allat, the name of an idol
worshipped by the pagan Arabians, as the eldest daughter of
Omnipotence. There was likewise an idol called Lāt,
worshipped at Somanat, in India; it was one large stone, fifty fathoms in
height, placed in the midst of a temple, and supported by fifty-six
columns of massive gold. (And English and Arabic Dictionary,