Shamash[en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shamash] (Akkadian Šamaš "Sun"), was a native Mesopotamian deity and the sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheons. Shamash was the god of justice in Babylonia and Assyria, corresponding to Sumerian Utu. Akkadian šamaš is cognate to Syriac semša or šimšu Hebrew šemeš and Arabic šams .
Arisi, the Tamil word for rice has it's origin from Orai + sa which means the product or the gift of the sun and the moon. The Greek word for rice ‘Oraiza' is the pure and un corrupted Tamil word Orasi sa and the present day, Arisi is the corrupted form of the original Tamil word Orai sa .
The boiled rice is called as ‘Sorru ‘in Tamil which is the combination of Sa+ ra , the moon and the sun. The ‘satham' is also a Tamil word to denote boiled rice ‘sorru' and it is the combination of sa +tha +am . ‘Sarru' in Tamil means juice and it is the combination of sa+ ra.
The name' Palam' [ pazham] in Tamil means the fruit which is the combination of Ba+ la which means the moon[la] of the earth[ earth] , hanging from the tree , hanging as that of the moon in the sky. Balan is the sun god, Murugan who was worshipped in Babylon as the Baal god. Baal god is the Palani of Dravidian dun god Murugan. The name Babylon is the combination of Ba + Ba+ la+ an which is nothing but the name Boo Balan which means ‘ Balan -the fire god or the sun god. Boo or poo in Tamil is the flower or the fire.
Rasam, the tamarind soup of Tamil Nadu is the combination of Ra+ sa which means the essence of the sun and the moon, the male and female juice. Rasa is a pure Tamil word. ‘Aa- Rasu ‘means the sun at a distant in the sky and E- Rasu means the snake in the nearby earth.
The word ‘More' in Tamil means the white diluted curd , and it is the combination of Ma+ Orai . Orai means the white sun.