Khonsu

Khonsu
God o youth an the muin
Khonsu.svg
Khonsu in human form
Name in hieroglyphs
Aa1
N35
O34
M23G45G7
Major cult centrer=Thebes
Symbolthe muin disk, the sidelock
ParentsAmun an Mut or Bast an Anubis ( in some accoonts )

Khonsu (alternately Chonsu, Khensu, Khons, Chons or Khonshu) is an Auncient Egyptian god whose main role wis associatit wi the muin. His name means "traveller" an this mey relate tae the nichtly travel o the muin athort the sky. Alang wi Thoth he marked the passage o time. Khonsu wis instrumental in the creation o new life in aw livin creatures. At Thebes he furmed pairt of a faimily triad wi Mut as his mither an Amun his faither. At Kom Ombo he wis worshipped as son o Sobek an Hathor.[1]

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References

  1. "The Oxford Guide: Essential Guide to Egyptian Mythology", Edited by Donald B. Redford, p186-187, Berkley, 2003, ISBN 0-425-19096-X
Other Languages
Afrikaans: Chonsoe
Alemannisch: Chons
العربية: خونسو
مصرى: خنسو
azərbaycanca: Xonsu
български: Хонсу
বাংলা: খোংশু
brezhoneg: C'honsou
català: Khonsu
čeština: Chonsu
dansk: Khonsu
Deutsch: Chons
Ελληνικά: Χονσού (θεός)
English: Khonsu
Esperanto: Ĥonsu
español: Jonsu
euskara: Khonsu
فارسی: خونس
suomi: Khonsu
français: Khonsou
עברית: ח'ונסו
हिन्दी: खूंसू
hrvatski: Khonsu
magyar: Honszu
italiano: Khonsu
日本語: コンス
ქართული: ხონსუ
한국어: 콘수
lietuvių: Chonsas
македонски: Консу
മലയാളം: ഖോൻസു
Bahasa Melayu: Dewa Khons
Nederlands: Chons
norsk: Khonsu
occitan: Khonso
polski: Chonsu
português: Khonsu
română: Khonsu
русский: Хонсу
سنڌي: خونسو
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Konsu
Simple English: Khonsu
slovenčina: Chons
slovenščina: Honsu
српски / srpski: Консу
svenska: Khonsu
Türkçe: Khons
українська: Хонсу
اردو: خونسو
Tiếng Việt: Khonsu
მარგალური: ხონსუ
中文: 孔斯