noun Egyptian Art.
Origin of ankh
Examples from the Web for ankh
I led him forward a step, then picked up the ankh an' stood it on end.
In proof of this she showed us a fine little bronze Osiris holding a whip in one hand and the ankh in the other.A Woman Named Smith|Marie Conway Oemler
The ankh and mummy-case were set down right in front of him.
No sooner had they deposited the ankh than Burt chanced to touch one of the pigmies in the dark.
Then come the two brothers carryin' the ankh between 'em on the spear.
British Dictionary definitions for ankh
Word Origin for ankh
Word Origin and History for ankh
tau cross with an oval at the top, Egyptian symbol of life, 1873, from Egyptian ankh, literally "life, soul." Also known as crux ansata.