His Greek equivalent is Typhon, the Father of All Monsters.
His Norse equivalent might be Jormungandr the Midgard Serpent. Apophis is said to encircle the world, much like Jormungandr, the Midgard Serpent of Norse Mythology; he is also an immensely powerful force of evil and Chaos.
In some Greek myths, rather than Io becoming Isis, some stories state that when Hera chased Io with a swarm of wasps and hornets she fled to Egypt and became Hathor, since Hathor is often associated with a cow.
Some historians and philosophers link Isis to the Greek consort of Zeus; Io. Some stories stating that when Hera chased Io with a swarm of wasps and hornets she fled to Egypt and became Isis. However, other stories have her become Hathor, instead.
Isis's Greek equivalent is Hecate, Hera, Aphrodite, and Athena
Isis's Roman equivalent is Trivia (Hecate, however, claims to be exactly the same as Trivia), Juno, Venus, and Minerva
Isis’s Norse equivalents would be Freya and Frigg.
Nut is the equivalent of the Greek god Ouranos, who like Nut, is forced to be separated from their love, in Ouranos' case it is Gaea. While Nut and Geb are separated by her father as punishment for bringing in five new gods, Gaea and Ouranos were separated by Atlas who is one of their grandsons, since their love would crush the earth.