den-líl: 𒀭𒂗𒆤 (EN.LÍL) n., prop., the Sumerian God of the (earthly) Sky, including the wind, air, and storms. He is believed to be the first attested head of the Sumerian pantheon, and was primarily worshipped at the E-kur temple in Nippur. With his wife, Ninlil, he fathered the moon-god Nanna, the sun-god Utu, as well as Nergal, Ninazu, and Enbilulu. He is believed to have fathered Ninurta with Ninhursaĝ.