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Origin of the name HAT-HOR.
Etymology of the name HAT-HOR.
Meaning of the baby name HAT-HOR.


HAT-HOR (Αθορ).  Unisex.  A hyphenated form of Greco-Egyptian Hathor (q.v.), meaning "house of Horus."
    m.  The father (?) of an unimportant Egyptian named Senbeb.  His name is important as showing that the Egyptians used the names of their deities as proper names of persons without any alteration or combination.
f.  An Egyptian goddess called "the Lady of Horns."  She was supposed specially to preside over the birth of princes, the female toilette, and the production of precious stones.  She was the local deity of the nome of Lower Arsinoe, in Upper Egypt, of the gold and turquoise mines at Wady Magara, and of the land of Pount in Arabia Felix.  Her name was often written Athor.  In common with the other goddesses her headdress was the solar disk resting upon the outspread horns, and she was represented on the monuments with the ears, and sometimes with the face, of a cow.  The Egyptian queens were generally considered to be under her special favor. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).


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