Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language, circa July–circa December 1835

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Egyptian Alphabet third degree
NoCharcter
1HBeth— good to the taste, pleasing to the eye
2HIota— sight
3H <1>Zubzoal oan— before some other time.
4HKi— sight
5HOan— Before some other time
6Hash the compound of Zub Zaol aon
7HAh-broam. one who possesses great knowlege
8HKiahbroam: First reckoned in chronol=  oly= coming down from the begining  First born right or blessings
9HIota metah och ah que= Its signification is in creased from the second degree five times.
10HAhlish. Supreme power
11HPhah=eh. Kingly <power,> or first king
HPha ah Havinng still greater dominion, or posse sion or Power.
HPhah ho e oop an extension of power
HHo oop hah— Crown of a widowed queen
H Zi Affability of manners, virtuous w[e]ll  taught
HKah tou mun descent from her by whom  Egypt was discovered while it was under  water
HZi oophah— a distinction by Pharoah  a princess of Egypt.
HHo e oop— A prince of the line of the  Pharoahs
HZip Zi— under or beneeath, second in right  or in authority or Government, a fruitful  place or fruitful vine
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Egyptian Alphabet third degree
NoCharcter
1HBeth— good to the taste, pleasing to the eye
2HIota— sight
3H 1Zubzoal oan— before some other time.
4HKi— sight
5HOan— Before some other time
6Hash the compound of Zub Zaol aon
7HAh-broam. one who possesses great knowlege
8HKiahbroam: First reckoned in chronol= oly= coming down from the begining First born right or blessings
9HIota metah och ah que= Its signification is increased from the second degree five times.
10HAhlish. Supreme power
11HPhah=eh. Kingly power, or first king
HPha ah Havinng still greater dominion, or possesion or Power.
HPhah ho e oop an extension of power
HHo oop hah— Crown of a widowed queen
H Zi Affability of manners, virtuous well taught
HKah tou mun descent from her by whom Egypt was discovered while it was under water
HZi oophah— a distinction by Pharoah a princess of Egypt.
HHo e oop— A prince of the line of the Pharoahs
HZip Zi— under or beneeath, second in right or in authority or Government, a fruitful place or fruitful vine
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