Cautha, whose name means "burning" or "heat", is the Etruscan sun god. He is often depicted as rising from the sea. His counterparts in the Greco-Roman pantheons are Helios and Sol, respectively. Under the name Cath, meaning "to grasp" or "perceive", he is also said to give portents and omens to soothsayers and diviners - much as Apollo, the son of Helios, was seen as the patron of many oracles in Greece.
Cautha is also a Hindi word, meaning "fourth." In another form, cauthai, it's meaning becomes "one fourth."