Just to clarify: I mistyped "NUT" male for "NU" (male) in my original
Thanks for your feedback.
I studied Egyptology in London, (we used the Gardiner Grammar in a
As far as we learned, the "T" feminine that is put at the end could have
been pronounced as -it or ti by the ancients.
as modern scholarship doesnt really know which, or if both were
So Nu-it or Nu-ti could have both been correct in Egyptian.
> it is possible to
> read NTR - god, divinity - as literally "from the sky goddess Nut" -
One thing though - the word god, NTR is actually pronounced 'Netjer"
This differentiates it from the purely feminine "T" sound, although many
crowley's print "Nuteru", which looks like an extension of the goddess.
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