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

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<1> 6HBethka— a larger garden— more spacious plain  This should have been inserted between Iota an[d]  Zub Zoal oan—
7HIota nitahack ah-que= its signification is increased  from the first degree five times: for instance  I saw one hun five times twentyfive persons, or  one hundred and twenty persons: It sig nification may be lessened one half by the
8Hmark as in the margin— and again lessened
9Hone half of the latter half the mark as in the margin  It signification is increase tenfold by the mark
10Has in the margin: Its signification is again  increased one hundred fold by the the additional
Hmark in the margin: Its sound is Ah=que kah  Ju: and its signification is a multiplying adjec tive.
HAhlish. The name of the first Being: supreme  intelligence—
HPhah=eh Kingly power= or king
HPha=ah— Having greater dominion, or possession
Hor power.
HPhah ho e oop. Royal blood or pharoah
HHo oop hah— Corwn [Crown?] of a married queen
HZi The principle of virtue— a young fe male adorned with the modesty of  virtue and comeliness
HKah tou mun, a distinction of royal female  lineage
HZi oop hah a distinction by right of heirship  by Pharaoh
HHo e oop A virtuous prince
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1 6HBethka— a larger garden— more spacious plain This should have been inserted between Iota and Zub Zoal oan—
7HIota nitahack ah-que= its signification is increased from the first degree five times: for instance I saw five times twentyfive persons, or one hundred and twenty persons: It signification may be lessened one half by the
8Hmark as in the margin— and again lessened
9Hone half of the latter half the mark as in the margin It signification is increase tenfold by the mark
10Has in the margin: Its signification is again increased one hundred fold by the the additional
Hmark in the margin: Its sound is Ah=que kah Ju: and its signification is a multiplying adjective.
HAhlish. The name of the first Being: supreme intelligence—
HPhah=eh Kingly power= or king
HPha=ah— Having greater dominion, or possession
or power.
HPhah ho e oop. Royal blood or pharoah
HHo oop hah— Corwn Crown of a married queen
HZi The principle of virtue— a young female adorned with the modesty of virtue and comeliness
HKah tou mun, a distinction of royal female lineage
HZi oop hah a distinction by right of heirship by Pharaoh
HHo e oop A virtuous prince
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