Meaning:she belongs to her father; she belongs to Neith
Asenath is an Egyptian girl's name meaning "she belongs to her father." It also has a second meaning of "she belongs to Neith." Neith was an early Egyptian deity, also known as Nit, Net, and Neit. She was believed to be the first creator, responsible for creating the universe and all it contains. Neith was also the goddess of the cosmos, fate, wisdom, water, rivers, mothers, childbirth, hunting, weaving, and war. Known for her fierceness, Neith sets a formidable example for baby to look up to.
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