Osiris

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O·si·ris

 (ō-sī′rĭs)
n. Mythology
The ancient Egyptian god whose annual death and resurrection personified the self-renewing vitality and fertility of nature.

[Latin Osīris, from Greek, from Egyptian wsjr, perhaps originally js-jrt, seat of the eye (of the sun) : js-, akin to jst, seat + jrt, eye.]
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Osiris

(əʊˈsaɪrɪs)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) an ancient Egyptian god, ruler of the underworld and judge of the dead
Oˈsirian adj
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O•si•ris

(oʊˈsaɪ rɪs)

n.
the Egyptian god and judge of the dead, husband and brother of Isis.
O•si′ri•an (-ri ən) adj.
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Noun1.Osiris - Egyptian god of the underworld and judge of the deadOsiris - Egyptian god of the underworld and judge of the dead; husband and brother of Isis; father of Horus
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Translations
Ozirisz
オシリス
Osíris