Egyptian Goddess of the Sky

Also called Nuit, Newet, or Neuth, she's the daughter of Shu, god of air, and Tefnut, goddess of moisture.

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She's the sister-wife of Geb, god of the earth, and mother of Isis, Osiris, Seth, and Nephthys.

Considered to be the personification of the sky, she's often depicted as a naked woman painted with stars. Her fingers and toes are said to touch the four cardinal directions, and it's said she swallows the sun each night and gives birth to it each morning.

SOURCES: Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Mythica