noun Egyptian Religion.
Origin of Horus
Examples from the Web for horus
His good pal Kanye West often wears a rather glaring chain with Horus on it in his videos.Jay-Z Just Can’t Get Away From the Illuminati Rumors|Allison Samuels|March 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For herself, Gu chose the English name Horus L. Kai, after the ancient Egyptian god of war, sun, and sky, symbolized as a falcon.China’s Jackie Kennedy: Gu Kailai and the Bo Xilai’s Scandal|Melinda Liu|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Set and Horus were bitter enemies, yet Set did not dare to enter the fray openly, for he feared Horus as evil must ever fear good.Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt|Lewis Spence
Thrice he fought with Typhon; the battle raged for many days, and Horus conquered.The History of Antiquity, Vol. I (of VI)|Max Duncker
The Horus appeared at that utterly vulnerable and wholly advantageous position.Talents, Incorporated|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
After his death he let a ray of his own light fall upon her, and she bore him Horus.Christianity As A Mystical Fact|Rudolf Steiner
As far back as we can see, Hathor is a cow, and Horus a hawk, and Anubis a jackal.History of Religion|Allan Menzies
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Word Origin for Horus
Word Origin and History for horus
1851, Egyptian hawk-headed god, from Latin Horus, from Egyptian Hor, literally "the high-flying one."