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Thoth

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The Hermes of Egyptian mythology. He is represented with the head of an ibis on a human body. He is the inventor of the arts and sciences, music and astronomy, speech and letters. The name means “Logos” or “the Word.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Thomasing
Thomists
Thomson (James)
Thone
Thopas (Sir)
Thor
Thorn
Thorn in the Flesh (A)
Thorns
Thorps-men
Thoth
Though Lost to Sight, to Memory Dear
Thousand
Thousand Years as One Day (A)
Thrall
Thread
Threadneedle Street
Three
Three Bishoprics (The)
Three-Decker (A)
Three Chapters (The)

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