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This article is about Arabian reflection of Aphrodite Urania. For the original Arabic goddess whom also called Allāt, see ʾAṯiratu.

Allāt (anglicised as al-Lat, also known as Alilat, Arsay, Allat[u][m], Elat[h], Antu, Lat[an] and Goddess, Arabic: اللات literallly: the Goddess or أثيرة literally: "the Most Favoured") is cheif goddess in Arabo-Canaanite mythology and wife of ʻAmm, daughter of Allah, and mother of Dushara.

She is the strongest goddess in the trinity and the main goddess in Arabian pantheon.