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[huh-tah-soo] /həˈtɑ su/
noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • "And Rui was prophet of the temple of Hatasu," added the joiner.

    Uarda, Complete Georg Ebers
  • My monograph, “Hatasu, the Sorceress,” embodies my268 opinion.

  • The two largest obelisks in Egypt, erected by queen Hatasu in Karnak.

    The New York Obelisk Charles E. Moldenke
  • Queen Hatasu had ideas of her own about building; also, her own architect.

    The Ship Dwellers

    Albert Bigelow Paine
  • The obelisk of Hatasu is of a somewhat different proportion, the thickness at the base being only 1⁄13 of the total length.

    The New York Obelisk Charles E. Moldenke
  • A place opposite Thebes on the western bank of the Nile, famous for the magnificent temple of queen Hatasu.

    The New York Obelisk Charles E. Moldenke
  • And he liked Jinny—though not as he liked Queen Hatasu or the little nameless creature he had dug out of a king's ante-room.

    The Fortieth Door

    Mary Hastings Bradley
  • It was built by the regent Hatasu, of whose career we know enough to strongly excite, but too little to satisfy, our curiosity.

  • Must we seek for the reason in the apparent reaction against her memory which followed the death of Hatasu?

  • At this period of her life the ambition of Queen Hatasu was to hand her name down to posterity as a constructor of buildings.

    Ancient Egypt George Rawlinson

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