What is another word for sekhet?

Pronunciation: [sˈɛkhɪt] (IPA)

Sekhet is an ancient Egyptian term that refers to the fertile land surrounding the Nile River. It is a term that symbolizes the beauty and richness of life in the Nile Valley. When searching for synonyms for the word "sekhet", one might consider alternatives such as "fertile land", "rich soil", "bountiful earth", or "lush vegetation". These words capture the essence of the term by describing the land that is so essential to the Nile's ecosystem and the prosperity of the people who live there. Whether used in ancient texts or modern literature, these synonyms can enhance our understanding of the importance of the land and its value to human life.

Synonyms for Sekhet:

  • n.

    person
  • Other relevant words:

    Sekhet Other relevant words (noun):
    • Egyptian Deity
    • .

What are the hypernyms for Sekhet?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Sekhet

And may sekhet the Cat of the Sun aid me, a devotee at her shrine, to butter the paws of some two-legged cats in Hyndsville!
"A Woman Named Smith"
Marie Conway Oemler
Word would be passed as silently as the electric spark flies, and one day Jethro Fawe would be found dead, with no clue to his slayer, and maybe no sign of violence upon him; for while the Romany people had remedies as old as Buddha, they had poisons as old as sekhet.
"The World For Sale, Volume 2."
Gilbert Parker
Yet the Egyptians have used it for images of certain goddesses-Isis, Nephthys, Neith, sekhet,-which are marvels of delicate cutting.
"Manual Of Egyptian Archaeology And Guide To The Study Of Antiquities In Egypt"
Gaston Camille Charles Maspero

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