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

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1st. D
qualifying different degrees, increasing or  lessening the power of the sentences accor ding to their signification: as for instance
HIota nilah och ah que: (as in the margin) sig nifies twenty signifies “I saw twentyfive-  persons,” or it signifies “twenfives persons”
8HAhlish= The name of the first being
9HPhah=eh— The first man.— Adam, first father
10HPha-ah— a more universel reign
11HPhah-ho-e-oop The lineage of the royal family
12HHo-aop=hah. Crown of a princes[s], or unmar ried queen
13HZi— virgin or an u[n]married female
14HKah-tow-mun The name of a Royal family  in the female line
15 HHZi-aop-hah An unmarried woman, a virgin
HPrincess
16HHo e oop A young unmarrid man; a  prince
17HZip Zi— a woman married or unmarried  or daughter, signifies all, or any woman
18HHo=e oop=hah: Crown of a prince
20HOan. The Earth
21HToan, tou=ee tah es toueh ton es.— A principle  that is beneath, disgusting— not fit
22HIota= The eye, or se I see:
23HIota toues-Zipzi: The land of Egypt
24HSu-e-eh ni: who, whence,? &c an interrogative  pronoun through its degrees
25HHo=e-oop=hah=Phah eh: Reign or rule, govern ment, power, Kingdom or dominion.
26HZubzool eh:— In the begining of the earth  or creation.
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1st. D
qualifying different degrees, increasing or lessening the power of the sentences according to their signification: as for instance
HIota nilah och ah que: (as in the margin) signifies “I saw twentyfive- persons,” or it signifies “twenfives persons”
8HAhlish= The name of the first being
9HPhah=eh— The first man.— Adam, first father
10HPha-ah— a more universel reign
11HPhah-ho-e-oop The lineage of the royal family
12HHo-aop=hah. Crown of a princess, or unmarried queen
13HZi— virgin or an unmarried female
14HKah-tow-mun The name of a Royal family in the female line
15 HZi-aop-hah An unmarried woman, a virgin
Princess
16HHo e oop A young unmarrid man; a prince
17HZip Zi— a woman married or unmarried or daughter, signifies all, or any woman
18HHo=e oop=hah: Crown of a prince
20HOan. The Earth
21HToan, tou=ee tah es toueh ton es.— A principle that is beneath, disgusting— not fit
22HIota= The eye, or I see:
23HIota toues-Zipzi: The land of Egypt
24HSu-e-eh ni: who, whence,? &c an interrogative pronoun through its degrees
25HHo=e-oop=hah=Phah eh: Reign or rule, government, power, Kingdom or dominion.
26HZubzool eh:— In the begining of the earth or creation.
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