Tefnut

Tefnut (t; Tefenet) is a goddess of moisture, moist air, dew and rain in Ancient Egyptian religion. She is the sister and consort of the air god Shu and the mother of Geb and Nut. == Etymology == Literally translating as `That Water`, the name Tefnut has been linked to the verb `tfn` meaning `to spit` and versions of the creation myth say th...
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Tefnut

(from the article `Shu`) in Egyptian religion, god of the air and supporter of the sky, created by Atum by his own power, without the aid of a woman. Shu and his sister and ... The principal ennead was the Great Ennead of Heliopolis. This was headed by the sun god and creator Re or Re-Atum, followed by Shu and Tefnut, ... [2 related...
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Tefnut

Goddess of dew and rain
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Tefnut

In Egyptian mythology, Tefnut (Tefenet) was the goddess of moisture and the daughter of Atum and the sister and companion of Shu. She was often depicted as a pair of spitting lips.
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