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Thoth

 (thōth, tōt)
n. Mythology
The Egyptian god of the moon and of wisdom and learning, usually represented as having the head and neck of an ibis.

[Egyptian ḏḥwtj.]

Thoth

(θəʊθ; təʊt)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) (in Egyptian mythology) a moon deity, scribe of the gods and protector of learning and the arts

Thoth

(θoʊθ, toʊt)

n.
the ancient Egyptian god of learning and magic, represented as a man with the head of an ibis or a baboon.
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Noun1.Thoth - Egyptian Moon deity with the head of an ibisThoth - Egyptian Moon deity with the head of an ibis; god of wisdom and learning and the arts; scribe of the gods
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Aye, she was fair smokin' ot times, but not thot I minded thot so much as the lossin' of time.
Twice afore I mentioned thot door tull the owners," said Captain MacElrath.
I dudna miss the mate ot the first, what o' routin' out Chips an' bulkheadun' thot door an' stretchun' the tarpaulin over the sky-light.
An' me on a wunter passage, blowin' a luvin' gale half the time, wuth hurricane force in atweenwhiles, an' hove to sux days, wuth engines stopped an' bunker coal runnun' short, an' me wuth a mate thot stupid he could no pass a shup's light ot night wi'out callun' me tull the brudge.
Oh, ho,' he says, very angry-like, 'so you was the smart Aleck thot fetched me thot letter from the owners: "We note item of fufteen pounds for pilotage ot Auckland.
I was thunkun' they hod beri-beri, an' thot was the why o' sendun' for the doctor.
Please explain thus onusual expunditure,' an' tull Captun Robinson, 'We beg tull advise you thot we conseeder thus pilotage an onnecessary expense.
Dudna I cable them from Newcastle, tellun' them the old tank was thot foul she needed dry-dock?
I wrut an' told them I was no dootun' his honesty; thot the bill was for extra weight o' fire-bars; an' thot ut was O.
Dudna thot domned mate-fellow nigh putt me ashore twice on the one passage through?
Funny,' says thot mate-fellow, 'I'm no rememberun' ony islands un the mouth o' Narrow Reach.
interposed John Browdie, in a tone of compassion; for he was a giant in strength and stature, and Nicholas, very likely, in his eyes, seemed a mere dwarf; 'dean't say thot.