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Egyptian Name: Thoth (a.k.a. A, A'an, Asten, Dhouti, Djehuti, Djehuty, Djhuty, Hab, Iah-Djehuty, jt-ntr, Khenti, Lord of the Khemennu, Mehi, Tahuti, Techu, Tehuty, Tehuti, Tetu, Thot, Thout, Sheps, Zehuti). His name means "He who is like the Ibis."
Greek Name: Thoth (a.k.a. Thot or Thout)
Cultural Counterpart(s): Greek (Hermes)
Gender: Male
Location Born: N/A
Classified: Immortal Deity


  • Ancient Egyptians regarded Thoth as One, self-begotten, and self-produced.
  • Father: N/A
  • Mother: N/A
  • Brother(s): N/A
  • Sister(s): N/A


  • Ma'at - The Personification of Order 
  • Seshat - The goddess of Writing 
  • Nehmauit (Nahmauit, Nehmetaway) -She Who Uproots Evil


  • Son(s): Hornub, Neferhor, (In the Ogdoad cosmogony myth, Thoth gave birth to Ra, Atum, Nefertum, and Khepri by laying an egg while in the form of an Ibis). 
  • Daughter(s): Seshat - The Goddess of Writing

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