Lioness-headed Egyptian rain goddess, twin and wife to Shu, whom she assisted to raise the heavens, as personified by Nut. One of the Heliopolis Company of Gods, or Ennead.

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  • Tefnut —    Egyptian goddess of moisture. Created by Atum, she produced Geb and Nut from a union with Shu, the god of air. She can be depicted as a lioness or a lioness headed human figure.    See also Religion. Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by… …   Ancient Egypt

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