Origin of ogdoadEcclesiastical Late Latin ogdoas (gen. ogdoadis) ; from Classical Greek ogdoas ; from okt?, eight
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- The group of eight primordial deities worshipped at Hermopolis in Ancient Egyptian times: Naunet and Nu, Amaunet and Amun, Kauket and Kuk, and Hauhet and Huh.
From Ancient Greek á½€Î³Î´Î¿Î¬Ï‚ (ogdoas, “eight, a group of eight").