Thus, it is clear at least that the difference in pronounceable names, in this case can not account for the influence of different ethnic groups, especially in light of the fact that in this period, no hint of the existence separate from the Sumerian, Semitic cult nowhere Abstracts of most of the observed and believe that "Akkadian" The gods are not certain and taken from some Semitic gods, and the direct copying of the Sumerian pantheon, why should only add that the different names the same gods (including Haya) existed long before the Sumerians Akkadians, and as to why the Sumerians predrochitali name Enki (shum. En-Mr, Ki – Earth) so it's more like a fad than anything else, After all, in Babylon in famous 50 names of Marduk is preferred to pronounce the name of Marduk. Thus separation of Sumerian and Akkadian gods is wrong, because it is the same. Add to this that the personal name of God Naya Snake got in some Semitic languages, meaning snake, and from here there are Arab haiiut (snakes, male snakes) and haiiat (snake like appearance) and the Syrian hewyo (snake). In modern Armenian spelling inherited in this case, the tradition of an excavator, the word written as a snake – (DHS), while its sound is – (est.). When the Armenians pronounce the phrase hayoc axarh (Armenian nation), the word is pronounced exactly Hayoc as Hay oc (Serpent Haya). Thus it turns out that saying phrase Hayoc axarh (Country Armenian) is the same as to say the phrase Country Snake Haya.