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A people-group and region in northeastern Babylonia. The reference in Ezek 23:23 to people from Koa (קוֹעַ, qoa') could be referring to Guti. The name Guti comes from the Akkadian word gu-tū or qu-tū.
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Guti; Gutians goo̅ʹtē, goo̅ʹtē-əns [Akk. gu-ti-um, g/qu-tū]. A people who dominated part of Babylonia in the 22nd cent. b.c.The powerful dynasty of Akkad in Babylonia (ca 2370–2200 b.c.) was faced constantly by threat of attack from the wild mountaineers of the Zagros. Prominent among these were