Anubis meaning

ə-no͝obĭs, ə-nyo͝o-
A jackal-headed Egyptian god, the son of Osiris. He conducted the dead to the underworld.
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(egypt. myth., person, proper) The god who leads the dead to judgment: usually represented with the head of a jackal.
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(Egyptian mythology) In the mythology of ancient Egypt, the god of the dead and tombs, commonly depicted with the head of a jackal.
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Origin of anubis

  • Latin Anūbis from Greek Anoubis from Egyptian jnpw

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin Anūbis, from Ancient Greek Ἄνουβις (Anoubis), from Egyptian jnpw

    From Wiktionary