Kah-oots was supposed to be one of the deities of Seshaht mythology.
Of the same order of deities are Vata or Vayu, the wind, and Parjanya, the rain-storm.
He was fundamentally an Egyptian god, and the most popular of the deities of the Nile.
They had no deities, no priesthood, no regular forms of worship.
History has preserved the names of some of these Teutonic deities.
Tasso, at a later period, introduces the deities of heathendom.
Rude carved monoliths of deities have, however, been recovered from the débris.
Father Coto refers to some of their deities of the woods and streams.
Both these deities were unknown to the Greeks, and only honored by the Romans.
He belongs to the deities that form a kind of court around Marduk.