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How to Pronounce becket?

Correct pronunciation for the word "becket" is [bˈɛkɪt], [bˈɛkɪt], [b_ˈɛ_k_ɪ_t].

"Becket" in context

Beket is the name of the ancient Egyptian god which was the god of knowledge, art and literature. He was a popular figure in Egypt and was often depicted with a papyrus scroll in his hands, symbolizing learning and wisdom. He is one of the Nine Gods of Heliopolis, and was one of the oldest gods worshipped in Egypt.

Beket was greatly respected as a deity of knowledge and sometimes depicted as a ram-headed god with a scroll in his hands. This is thought to represent the god's perpetuity of scholarly writing. He is also associated with the baboon, a symbol of wisdom in ancient Egypt.

What are similar-sounding words for becket?

Usage over time for becket:

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