Isis

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I·sis

 (ī′sĭs)
n. Mythology
An ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility and magic who was the sister and wife of Osiris.

[Latin Īsis, from Greek, from Egyptian 'st.]
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Isis

(ˈaɪsɪs)
n
(Placename) the local name for the River Thames at Oxford

Isis

(ˈaɪsɪs)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) an ancient Egyptian fertility goddess, depicted as a woman with a cow's horns, between which was the disc of the sun; wife and sister of Osiris
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I•sis

(ˈaɪ sɪs)

n.
the ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility; sister and wife of Osiris.

I•sis

(ˈaɪ sɪs)
n.
the local name of the Thames River at Oxford.
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Noun1.Isis - Egyptian goddess of fertilityIsis - Egyptian goddess of fertility; daughter of Geb; sister and wife of Osiris
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Translations
Ízisz
Iside
イシス