"In the earlies Sumerian version, he appears as Ubar-Tutu, 'friend of the
god Tutu,' or as Ziusudra, 'life of long days.' Later he is simply (and
perhaps erroneously) called after his city, Shuruppak. The earliest Akkadian
sources call him Atar-hasis, 'exceeding wise,' while the later ones,
incorporated in the canonical Gilgamesh epic, refer to him as Uta-napishtam,
'he has found (everlasting) life.' In the Bible his name is Noah"
[William W. Hallo and William Kelly Simpson, "The Ancient Near
East: A History", Harcourt Brace: Orlando, 1998, p. 32]