[ thohth, toht ]
/ θoʊθ, toʊt /
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noun Egyptian Religion.
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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It supplies the character by which the name Thoth is written, and that god is figured with the 64head of an Ibis.A history of art in ancient Egypt, Vol. I (of 2)|Georges Perrot
The ancient Egyptians considered this book as inspired by the gods, who caused their scribe, Thoth, to write it down.
After it the second Thoth translated into the vulgar tongue the contents of these stel.
The voice was the voice of a friend and a gentleman, but the face was the face of Thoth.The Haunting of Low Fennel|Sax Rohmer
It was impossible to rejoice if a child was born on the 23d of Thoth; the parents knew it could not live.A History of Science, Volume 1(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams
British Dictionary definitions for Thoth
/ (θəʊθ, təʊt) /
(in Egyptian mythology) a moon deity, scribe of the gods and protector of learning and the arts
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