Ahi

Egyptian - A goddess of the dawn. Daughter of Pa-hra. Also referred to as Ahi, Ahu, Ahu, Ahi, Ahi, Dragon of the Waters, Dragon of the Waters, Ahi, Vritra, Vritra, Ahi, Vasava, Vitra, Vrita, Vritrasura, Vrtra, 'choker', Dasa, Namuci, Visvarupa, Vritrahana, Vritrahana, Armenian Vahagn, Greek Heracles or Persian Verethragna.
Hindu - A serpent causing drought. Son of Danu. One of the Asuras. This demon stole the cloud cattle and Indra (or Trita) split it asunder with a thunderbolt, so releasing the primaeval waters which the serpent had swallowed. In some accounts he was killed by Sarasvati. Occasionally called Ahi, Ahu, Ahu, Ahi, Ahi, Dragon of the Waters, Dragon of the Waters, Ahi, Vritra, Vritra, Ahi, Vasava, Vitra, Vrita, Vritrasura, Vrtra, 'choker', Dasa, Namuci, Visvarupa, Vritrahana, Vritrahana, Armenian Vahagn, Greek Heracles or Persian Verethragna.

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