- the god of wisdom, learning, and magic represented as a man with the head either of an ibis or of a baboon.
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Examples from the Web for thoth
Save that which is in the ring of Thoth, none will ever more be made.
In the morning came the news that the Priest of Thoth was dead.
According to Champollion he is often seen in the train of Ammon, and then he is Thoth.
Still we have no right to suppose a particular moon-god, separate from Thoth.
Many of the other books of Thoth are treatises on chemistry or alchemy.Prophetical, Educational and Playing Cards
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- (in Egyptian mythology) a moon deity, scribe of the gods and protector of learning and the arts
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Word Origin and History for thoth
ancient Egyptian god of wisdom and magic, from Latin, from Greek Thoth, from Egyptian Tehuti.
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