Osiris / Per-Wesir

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Ausir, Asiri or Ausar
MDC: Asr, wsir
Alt: wAs-ir ​
Gardiner:śr, Wśỉr
Budge: Ȧusir
David Lorton: set-jret
Wolfhart Westendorf: Waset-jret

Transliteration: Aser, Wesir
        Coptic: Ousire , Ousiri , Ousire
Greek: Usīris/Osīris Ὄσῑρις, Usiridos/Osiridos Ὀσίρῐδος, Usirei/Osirei ΟΣΙΡΕΙ, Usiris/Osiros ΟΣΙΡΙΟΣ
Demotic: Usīr
Hebrew: Awziris, Avzyrys אוזיריס, Asir אוסֶר
Aawsir, Aavsyr אאוסיר,
Awsirs, Avsyrs אוסיריס
Arabic: Āzar آزر, (modern) ʾAuzyrys أوزيريس 

English: Osiris
Kemetic: Wesir
Pronounced: Ausir, Usir, Wesir   Ȧusȧris LK?
Meaning: He of the throne

​Home: Duat, Netjer-khert
Temple: Iunet/tA-iwnt-nTrt/Tentyra/Tentyris/Denderah, Djedet/Per-Banebdjedet Busiris/Βούσιρις, Mendes/Μένδης
Cult: Abdju/Abydos/Ἄβυδος

Nome:

Consort
Auset/Isis

Children
Horu/ Horus 
Anpu/ Anubis (adopted)

Father
Geb

Mother
Nut

Siblings
Auset/Isis
Setesh/Set
Nebet-Hut/Nephthys
Horu wer /Horus the elder

Priest names
Hskw (Priest in Abydos)
rxwt Morning women of Wesir/ Osirus (possibly Nebet-Hut and Auset)

Features
Wears the headdress of the West, god of fertility and rebirth

Symbols
Color Green
Crook and flail
Atef crown
Ostrich feathers
Fish “Medjed” Oxyrhynchus (type of Elephantfish)
Bennu/ Phoenix
Mummy gauze
Djed pillar (made from Carnelian)
Ram “Banebdjed”
Fertile soil
Wheat, wheat bread
Ba (soul)
Willow/ tjeret
Sycamore/ nehet
Turquoise
Moss agate

Roles
god of the afterlife, death, life, and resurrection, eternal rule

Hybrid Gods
Serapis/Σέραπις  (Wesir/Osiris and The Apis bull worshipers combined both gods becoming Aser-hapi that laters became Oserapis/Sarapis/Σάραπις was said to be the full for of Wesir rather then just the form of his kA. His wife became Isis and his son became ‘Horu the child’ Heru-pa-khered Hellenistic god Ἁρποκράτης/Harpocrates Worshiped in Babylon.)

Connection to other gods
Serapis (Hellenic Combo of Wesir/Osiris and Apis ‘an aspect of Ptah’ associated with Hades Greek god of the underworld)
form of Wesir/ Osiris’s bA is The Ram “Banebdjed” husband to HAt-mHyt (fish goddess) Son Horu-pa-khered/Horus the child Harpocrates/Ἁρποκράτης Greek
Nimrod Assyria ?
Re’se ሬሰ (Leader, chief) Ethiopic
Orisha Yorubas, Osar?
Rex Latin?

Celebrations

Offering items
Cool water
Bread (sour dough)
Beer
​Acacia
Frankincense and Myrrh
Djed pillars symbol
Cedar wood
Easter Lily
Orris root
Iris/nar (albicans or Florentina)
Gold
Lapis Luzuli
Branches from scared tree (Willow or Sycamore)
Turquoise
Malachite
Carnelian (symbolic of, stability, trees, Djed pillar, ib heart symbol)
Moss Agate
Moringa oil
Anti-resin/ frankincense
Kyphi http://seshkemet.weebly.com/recipes.html

Other names

Epitaphs
HqA-Dt–Ruler of eternity
Hq DdtA–prince of eternity
imy-tA– Who is in the earth
Khenti-Amentiu/ Foremost of the Westerners
mAa-xrw–True of voice
mswt.f nb– in all his seats
nb anx –lord of life
nb AbDw– Lord of Abydos
nb Ddw– Lord of Djedu
nb imntt –lord of the West
nb nHH– Lord of eternity
nfr –Beautiful one, fair one
nTr aA– great god
nTr Sps– Nobel god
nTr-wr– great god
ni-aHa-Hr-nst-m-xmt.s–Without consent no king ascends the throne ?
nisut ankhu?– King of the living or King of life
rnp-m-wHm–repeatedly rejuvenated
rs-wDA– Who wakes up complete
tAy–He of the earth
wHm-rnp–Who repeats rejuvenation
wnn-nfr — Title of Wesir, who is good or who is perfect, Greek version Ονούφριος/ Onouphrios
wrD-ib– Weary of heart
wrt-HkAw–Great of magic
xnty-imntiw–Foremost of the Westerners
The living one, blessed dead
The One in the Tree
The Solitary One in the Acacia

Ref. http://wepwawet.org

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