Lambert and others before him
suggested that this latter mountain was Pir Omar Gudrun in Kurdistan
east of Kirkuk and near Suleimaniyeh.
However, Lambert also found that
the name “Nimush” appears in an Old Babylonian tablet in the
Yale collection where it is associated with Hurrian personal names.
A Hurrian connection might suggest a Northern or Northeastern
Turkish location, hence possibly Mt. Ararat rather
than even the Gordyene Mountains.