|Nephite (?) GN||1.||Land north of DESOLATION, where the hill SHIM is located, ca. 321 AD (Mormon 1:3)|
Unlikely is Akkadian antum, female divinity and consort of Anum. The ending -um is a nominative singular case ending and would not have been borrowed into biblical HEBREW. The best known example of HEBREW borrowing from Akkadian, ekallum (itself a borrowing from Sumerian é.gal) > hkl, “temple, palace,” appears in HEBREW without the case ending.
See also the king of Ashdod during Sennacherib’s Third Campaign, Mi-ti-in-ti (Col II, line 54).
Deseret Alphabet: 𐐈𐐤𐐓𐐊𐐣 (æntʌm)