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Depiction of of Tefnut, shown with lioness head, on which is balanced the sun (or sun god), surrounded by the Apep snake (or Set); holding either a scepter (left) or a lotus staff (right) of some kind.

In gods, Tefnut (CR:20) (LH:7) (TL:27), hieroglyphs: Tefnut H1.png or Tefnut H2.png, is the Egyptian goddess of rain, dew, and moisture; the female counterpart of the god Shu.[1]


The children of Tefnut, conceived with Shu, are the god Geb (earth) and goddess Nut (heaven).

End matter


  1. Budge, Wallis. (1904). The Gods of the Egyptians, Volume One (pg. 299). Dover, 1969.

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