Egyptian Alphabet, circa Early July–circa November 1835–B

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H a Ah The first Being who exercises Supreme powe[r]
H pp ph Pha-e The first man, or one who has kingly power, or [king?]
H Pha A more universal reign, having greater d[o]minion or po[wer]
H H Pha-ho-e-oop Royal family, royal blood, or pharaoh, or supreme power power, or king
H Ho-oop-hah Crown of a pri[n]cess, or queen, or signifies queen.
H Zi Virgin, unmarried, virtuous, or the principle of virtue.
H Kah-tou=mun The name of the a royal famil— The female line
H Zi-oop=hah An unmarried woman and a virgin princess
H Ho=e-oop A young unmarried man, a prince.
H Zip-zi A women married or unmarried,.— daughter
H Ho=e=oop-hah Crown of a prince, or King.
H Oan, or ah-e, or Oh-e. The earth
H Toan, Tah-e-Taee Tah-e-Ta-e, or Tus. or water.
H Iota The eye, or to see, or sight, sometimes me, myself.
H Iota-Tou-es-Zip-zi. The land of Egypt first discovered under water by a woman.
H Su-e-eh=ni What other person is that? Who.
H Ho-e-oop-hah-pha-e. Reign, government, power, kingdom, or dominion.
H Zuh=zool-oan. The beginning, first, before, or pointing to
H Zub=zool=eh. In the beginning of the earth, or creation.
H Zub-z◊◊l <eh> To be in, or be within— as light in the earth.
H Zub First creation of any thing, first institution.
H Zub-zool From the first to any stated period after—
H Zoal Zool From a fixed period of time back to the beginning or creation
The second part of the first degree.
H Ah-me-os God, without beginning or end
H Aleph In the beginning with God, the Savior.
H Albeth Angels or disemboded spirits, or saints or men after they are raised from the de[a]d
H Alkabeth Angels in an unalterable state— Sanctified
H Alchebeth Ministers of God, high priests, Kings.
H Alchebeth Alchibeth Ministers of God, less, or under the high priests
H Alkabeth Alkobeth Ministers not ordained of God, sinful
H Alkibeth Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
H Baeth The name of all mankind, man, or men.
H Baeth-ka Adam, or the first man, or first king
H Baeth-kee The next from Adam, one ordained under him.
H Baeth-ki The lineage <third ordaind> King under Adam. third patriarck
H Baeth-ka The forth from Adam
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H a Ah The first Being who exercises Supreme power
H Pha-e The first man, or one who has kingly power, or [king]
H Pha A more universal reign, having greater dominion or power
H H Pha-ho-e-oop Royal family, royal blood, or pharaoh, or supreme power power, or king
H Ho-oop-hah Crown of a princess, or queen, or signifies queen.
H Zi Virgin, unmarried, virtuous, or the principle of virtue.
H Kah-tou=mun The name of a royal famil— The female line
H Zi-oop=hah An unmarried woman and a virgin princess
H Ho=e-oop A young unmarried man, a prince.
H Zip-zi A women married or unmarried,.— daughter
H Ho=e=oop-hah Crown of a prince, or King.
H Oan, or ah-e, or Oh-e. The earth
H Toan, Tah-e-Ta-e, or Tus. or water.
H Iota The eye, or to see, or sight, sometimes me, myself.
H Iota-Tou-es-Zip-zi. The land of Egypt first discovered under water by a woman.
H Su-e-eh=ni What other person is that? Who.
H Ho-e-oop-hah-pha-e. Reign, government, power, kingdom, or dominion.
H Zuh=zool-oan. The beginning, first, before, or pointing to
H Zub=zool=eh. In the beginning of the earth, or creation.
H Zub- eh To be in, or be within— as light in the earth.
H Zub First creation of any thing, first institution.
H Zub-zool From the first to any stated period after—
H Zool From a fixed period of time back to the beginning or creation
The second part of the first degree.
H Ah-me-os God, without beginning or end
H Aleph In the beginning with God, the Savior.
H Albeth Angels or disemboded spirits, or saints or men after they are raised from the dead
H Alkabeth Angels in an unalterable state— Sanctified
H Alchebeth Ministers of God, high priests, Kings.
H Alchibeth Ministers of God, less, or under the high priests
H Alkobeth Ministers not ordained of God, sinful
H Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
H Baeth The name of all mankind, man, or men.
H Baeth-ka Adam, or the first man, or first king
H Baeth-kee The next from Adam, one ordained under him.
H Baeth-ki The third ordaind King under Adam. third patriarck
H Baeth-ka The forth from Adam
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