Nut (goddess)

The sky goddess Nut as a cow
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in hieroglyphs

In Egyptian mythology, Nut was the goddess of the sky. Her body made a protective layer over the Earth. Nut was the sister and wife of Geb, and the mother of (with Ra) Osiris, Nephthys,Isis and Seth and grandmother of Horus. Horus was also a grandchild of Ra.]]

The ancient Egyptians believed that Nut swallowed the sun-god, Ra, every night and gave birth to him every morning.

Worship

Although Nut was pictured in many temples and tombs, as well as on ceilings. She was not well observed in popular places.

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Noet
Alemannisch: Nut
العربية: نوت
azərbaycanca: Nut
বাংলা: নুট
български: Нут
བོད་ཡིག: ནུའུ་ཐི།
bosanski: Nut
brezhoneg: Nout
català: Nut
čeština: Nút
dansk: Nut
eesti: Nut
Ελληνικά: Νουτ
English: Nut (goddess)
español: Nut
Esperanto: Nut
euskara: Nut
فارسی: نوت
français: Nout
हिन्दी: नुत
hrvatski: Nut
Bahasa Indonesia: Nut
italiano: Nut (mitologia)
עברית: נות
Basa Jawa: Nut (déwi)
lietuvių: Nut
magyar: Nut
македонски: Нут
മലയാളം: നട്ട് (ദേവത)
მარგალური: ნუტი
مصرى: نوت
Bahasa Melayu: Dewi Nut
Nederlands: Noet
日本語: ヌト
norsk: Nut
occitan: Not
polski: Nut
português: Nut
română: Nut
sicilianu: Nut
slovenčina: Nut (bohyňa)
slovenščina: Nut
српски / srpski: Nut (egipatska mitologija)
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Nut
suomi: Nut
svenska: Nut
Türkçe: Nuit
українська: Нут
اردو: نٹ (دیوی)
Tiếng Việt: Nut