Hathor meaning

hăthôr, -ər
An ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility, motherhood, and music, often depicted as a woman with the head or horns of a cow.
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(egypt. myth., person, proper) The goddess of love, mirth, and joy, usually represented as having the head or ears of a cow.
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(Egyptian mythology) The goddess of love, beauty, sex, drugs, music, joy, dance, fertility, childbirth, midwives, motherhood, and foreign lands; one of the "Eyes / Daughters of Ra", the consort of Ra/Horus; often depicted as having a cow's head.
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Origin of hathor

  • Egyptian ḥwt-ḥr Hathor (literally, enclosure of Horus) ḥwt enclosure ḥr Horus

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

  • From Egyptian ḥwt-ḥr

    From Wiktionary