Ninḫursaĝ

dnin-ḫur-saĝ 𒀭𒎏𒄯𒊕: (DNIN.ḪUR.SAĜ) n., prop., the oldest Sumerian Mother Goddess, who was embodied in the mountains. As one of the seven primary deity of Sumer, she was associated with fertility and nurturing. She and Enlíl fathered Ninurta, and under the name Ninmaḫ, she played a major role in the creation of humans, along with Enki.