Other Names:

(Tait) - "Shroud" Patroness of weavers, clothing-makers and those who wrapped mummies, Tait is an obscure Name associated with the growing, spinning, and weaving of linen from flax, and also with the Wabu, or "purification priests," of Kemet's temples, arrayed in their "divine linen." Tayet is synonymous with ritual purity in Kemetic ritual (in which She is referred to as the "sovereign of all Netjeru") and is invoked before a rite in order to bless the clothing and other offerings to be presented, assuring their purity and perfection.