Egyptian God of Protection, Particularly of the Home, Women, & Children

Sometimes also called Bisu, he's often portrayed as a dwarf with a protruding tongue, bowed legs, and a prominent phallus.

Notable Stories Involving Him:
As protector of the household, he wards off sorrow and scares away evil spirits, including while women are in labor, making him a god of childbirth as well. Because he drives away evil spirits, he has become associated with the good things in life, such as music, dance, and pleasure.

SOURCES: Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Mythica