Ha (Ancient Egyptian: ḥꜣ), in ancient Egyptian religion, was a god of the Western Desert of Egypt. He was associated with the Duat (the underworld) and pictured as a man wearing the symbol for desert hills on his head.
The dinosaur Hagryphus ("Ha's griffin") was named after Ha; it was discovered in Utah and Ha's association with the western deserts was carried over to the deserts of the Southwestern United States.
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