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Egyptian Gods, Goddesses, and other Entities

This is a relatively exhaustive list asking the names of every god, goddess, and other entity of the Ancient Egyptian religion. A total of about 73 altogether. You will be allowed the maximum amount of time allowed by the site: 20 minutes 45 seconds. Good luck!
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Last updated: March 18, 2014
First submittedMarch 18, 2014
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Just type the names (I will usually accept all accepted variations of the names). The descriptions are all pretty much from Wikipedia.
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Ferryman to the Underworld
Aken
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The god of the horizon
Aker
3
Crocodile-headed devourer in Duat
Ammit
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The hidden one, a local creator deity later married to Mut after rising in importance
Amun
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Female aspect of the primordial aspect of air in the Ogdoad cosmogony
Amunet
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A war god
Anhur
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Goddess of the seventeenth Nome of Upper Egypt
Anput
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Jackal-headed god of embalming and tomb care-taker who watches over the dead
Anubis
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The goddess of the Nile river
Anuket
10
Evil serpent of the Underworld, enemy of Ra, and Egyptian god of chaos
Apophis
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Was probably a fertility figure at first, he was later merged with another god and associated with a solar cult. In addition, he was a bull
Apis
12
The sun disk that was later advanced by Amunhotep IV (Akhenaten) as representing a monotheistic deity
Aten
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A creator deity and the setting Sun. An aspect of Ra
Atum
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God of baboons
Babi
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The manifestation of the deification of Ka (power/life-force) of a particular war god
Bakha
16
A goddess, protector of the pharaoh and a solar deity where the Sun could be seen shining in her eyes at night
Bast
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Represented the cosmos and the essence of the soul (Ba)
Bat
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Dwarf demigod, associated with the protection of the household, particularly childbirth and entertainment
Bes
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God of the Earth and the first ruler of Egypt, and husband of Nut
Geb
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Goose god
Gengen-Wer
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God embodied by the Nile who represents life and fertility
Hapi
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Among the oldest of Egyptian deities, often depicted as a cow. Was the golden calf of the Bible and was later goddess of love and music
Hathor
23
Goddess of childbirth and fertility who breathed life into humans at birth
Heget
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Represented by a pelican or a pelican-headed goddess. Was associated with safe passage in the Underworld, as well as symbolising protection against snakes
Henet
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Falcon-headed god most notably being the god of the Sky, god of War, and god of Protection
Horus
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Goddess of magical power and healing and later the wife of the ruler of the Underworld
Isis
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The great one who comes forth, the goddess who was called mother and grandmother of all of the deities
Iusaaset
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Deification of embalming fluid
Kebechet
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The scarab beetle, the embodiment of the dawn
Khepry
30
A creator deity, god of the inundation
Khnum
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A lunar deity who was later considered an important god of healing. His name means "wanderer"
Khonsu
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The personification of darkness that often took the form of a frog-headed god
Kuk
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He who is true beside her. His cult was believed to have arrived during the New Kingdom era possibly from Nubia
Maahes
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A goddess who personified the concepts of truth, justice, and order
Ma'at
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She who runs swiftly, early deification of legal justice
Mafdet
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A protector goddess
Mehit
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Goddess of war, depicted as a lioness-goddess
Menhit
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Goddess of the Valley of the Kings
Meretseger
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Goddess of childbirth, and creator of each person's Ka, a part of the soul, thereby associated with fate
Meskhenet
40
An ancient god of war and nomad; represented strength, virility, and victory
Menthu
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Represented in many forms, but usually male form, shown with an erect penis which he holds in his left handand an upheld right arm holding a flail. Later fused with other gods
Min
42
The sacred bull of Heliopolis ,later associated with the Sun god as the offspring of the solar cow deity
Mnevis
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Mother, was originally the titile of the primordial waters of the cosmos
Mut
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A goddess, the primal waters from which all arose
Naunet
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Goddess of war, then great mother goddess. The goddess of creation and weaving, said to weave all the world on her loom
Neith
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Protector of Egypt, royalty, and the pharoah; always seen on the front of pharoah's double crown with Wadjet
Nekhbet
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Goddess of death, holder of the rattle, the Sistrum
Nephthys
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Goddess of heaven and sky, mother of many deities in addition to the Sun, Moon, and stars
Nut
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God the Underworld, fertility, and agriculture
Osiris
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She who tears, cult center at Beni Hasan
Pakhet
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A creator deity, also God fo craft
Ptah
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The "Lord of the North Wind"
Qebul
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The Sun, also a creator deity whose chief cult center was based in Heliopolis "city of the Sun"
Ra
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God of both the sky and the Sun, thought to be the god of the rising Sun
Ra-Horakhty
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Goddess of nourishment and harvest
Renenutet
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War God who was originally from Syria
Reshep
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The Goddess who represented the flooding of the Nile River, ancient war, and hunting
Satis
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God of death
Seker
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Goddess of destruction and death. Also personified an aspect of the Sun, a fiere protector of the pharoah, and a solar deity
Sekhmet
60
Scorpion goddess, protectress, goddess of magic
Serqet
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Goddess of writing, astronomy, astrology, architecture, and mathematics
Seshat
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God of storms, the god of evil, desert, and patron of Upper Egypt
Set
63
Crocodile god of the Nile
Sobek
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Embodiement of wind or air
Shu
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Goddess of the ancient city on the border of southern Egypt at the Nile River
Swenet
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Ancient Nature God
Tatenen
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Goddess of pregnant women and protector at childbirth
Taweret
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Goddess, embodiment of rain, dew, clouds, and wet weather
Tefnut
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God ofthe moon, drawing, writing, geometry, wisdom, medicine, music, astronomy, and magic. Cult centered in Khemennu
Thoth
70
Snake goddess of Lower Egypt, patron and protector of Egypt and the pharaoh, always shown on the crown of pharaohs
Wadjet
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Fertility god and personification of the Mediterranean sea or lakes of the Nile delta
Wadj-wer
72
Jackal god of Upper Egypt
Wepwawet
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A localized guardian goddess
Wosret
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