Leinth is depicted at the gates to the Underworld, or as a representative of Death or the journey to (or from) the Underworld.
Leinth's name is related to many gloomy words in Etruscan, such as leine, "to die"; leinie, "dead" or "inert"; another more literal meaning of her name is "She Who Stops".
Despite her name, she is depicted as a young goddess.
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