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khu

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EtymologyEdit

Egyptian.

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NounEdit

khu (plural khus)

  1. In ancient Egyptian mythology, a part of the soul or spirit which left the body after death.
    • 1983: Yes, the Khu was a light in your mind while you lived, but in death, it must return to heaven. — Norman Mailer, Ancient Evenings

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NounEdit

khu

  1. district, area, zone
  2. ward

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