n. 1 (context Egyptian mythology English) An evil snake-god who tries to devour the sun every night. 2 (context astronomy English) An asteroid formerly thought to be on a collision course with Earth.
Apophis, Apep or Apepi (, ) may refer to:
Usage examples of "apophis".
To one who understands this chain of the Aeons from the point of view alike of the sorrowing Isis and of the triumphant Osiris, not forgetting their link in the destroyer Apophis, there remains no secret veiled in Nature.
Raise the arms at an angle of sixty degrees to each other above the head, which is thrown back, and say, "The Sign of Apophis and Typhon.
They needed his strength and cunning to face the Apophis serpent in the final battle between Order and Chaos.
A flock of birds, random and unpredictable, was a mark of the Apophis serpent.
It was an impertinence, I know, but I could not resist when I saw you were translating Apophis and Sekenenre.