Heh, well Huh, is an ancient Egyptian deity, which was attributed to the Ogdoad of Hermopolis. This embodies the spatial and temporal infinity. In this respect, the god was also the epitome of the Earth's atmosphere ( air), and was also regarded as carriers of the firmament.
In this role, he could be both counterpart and manifestation of the god Shu. Frequently Heh is mapped to its personification because kneeling and with hands raised. Moreover, his image in Scripture is also expressed as a word for a million here and also as a metaphor for the endlessness of numbers.