("Lord-Air"; Akkadian/Babylonian Ellil; Canaanite El the Bull; Hurrian/Hittite Kumarbi; Egyptian Min; Greek Chronos; Roman Saturn; Hindu Shiva) God of the space between the earth and the sky (heaven); he plays a very active role on earth, and is usually the one to execute decrees made by An
Brother of Enki, he ruled the force of earth. He was the main figure in the council of gods.
(1) Enlil was the name of a chief deity in Babylonian religion, perhaps pronounced and sometimes rendered in translations as Ellil in later Akkadian. The name is Sumerian and has been believed to mean 'Lord Wind' though that is debated. (2) Akkadian sky god.