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Origin of the name MAUT.
Etymology of the name MAUT.
Meaning of the baby name MAUT.


MAUT.  Or Mut.  A chief Egyptian goddess, the wife of Amen Ra, and the second member of the great Theban triad.  She was considered as the mother goddess par excellence, or the great receptive female principle; and she was generally represented as seated upon a throne, wearing either the Pschent, or sacred double crown, or else the body and plumes of a vulture as her headdress.  She was dressed in a long robe, often richly ornamented, and she held in her right hand the usual Crux-ansata, and in her left the papyrus staff of the goddesses.  Her chief titles were, "The Mother," "The Lady of Heaven," and "The Regent of all the Gods."  The vulture was both her symbol and her sacred animal.  Her analogues were in some of her attributes the Hera and Kybele and Thermuthis of the Greeks, and possibly the Bonadea of the Romans. (An Archaic Dictionary, Cooper, 1876).


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