[ ahk ]
/ ɑk /
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noun Egyptian Mythology.
the transfigured and beatified spirit of a dead person.
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Origin of Akh
Vocalization of Egyptian ʾh̬ spirit of the dead
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Ancient Egyptians believed that every person has three souls: Ka, Ba, and Akh.Egypt’s Second Revolution: Purging the Mubarak Regime’s Legacy|Vivian Salama|June 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This treaty was repudiated by King Bau-akh-iddina, who was transported with his palace treasures to Assyria.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
It is interesting to speculate upon the probable motives of Akh-en-Aten in introducing this new cult into Egypt.Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt|Lewis Spence
Akh, Sergyi Petrvitch, when I think of it, how circumspectly we women must behave!A Nobleman's Nest|Ivan Turgenieff
Akh, if I could also pass in review mentally all the objects in my room!
For heaven's sake .... akh, for heaven's sake, do sing us something.