Nebet Het (Greek: Nephthys) is a goddess rising of the Nile river, rain, fertility of crops as the second wife and mourner of Wesir (Osiris). She is a goddess of the edges of the desert, boudaries of both land and time and is the goddess of twilight the times of dusk and dawn. As a wife of Set, She is a goddess of war and an averter of evil forces. She is a protectress, a mourner, a widow, a wife and a mother. She is a Goddess of the Underworld who helps the dead transform. As Lady of the Palace, She is the protector of the King and a mother of Heru. As the Lady of the House, She governs over holy places such as temples and shrines as a guard who protects against impure forces. As the Lady of the Home, She governs over the household: its occupants and upkeep. As Lady of the Tomb, She is a goddess over burial and the remembrance of the dead.
She is the sister of Aset, a wife of both Wesir and Set and a consort of Ra. She is the mother of Yinepu (Anubis) by Set or Wesir and the mother of a daughter by Hemen and a son by Ra.