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

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5th D
No Char
of the blessings of the earth.
H She= To point out subject— that is, it signifies a combinnation of the subject: also to designate one sentence from another, according to the differnt marks of punctuation signifying the whole of any thing or the whole earth
H Toan low ee tahee takee toues: under the Sun: under heaven; downward; pointing downward going downward; stooping down going down in<​to​> another place,= any place: going down into the grave— going down into misery= even Hell; coming down in lineage by royal descent, in a line by onitas one of the royal families of the Kings the of Egypt.
H Iota See, saw, seeing, or having seen or having been seen.
H Iota toues Zip Zis: The land of Egypt which was first discovered by a woman <​wh[i]le underwater​>, and afterwards settled by her Sons she being a daughter of Ham— any land over flown with water— a land seen when overflown by water:— land overflown by the seasons, land by enriched by being overflown low marshy ground.
H Su-e-eh-ni The same as the first.
H Hoeoophahphaheh Patriarchal government; or authority; a land governed according to the pattern or order given to the patriarchs or fathers; rules and laws <​of a goverment​> administered by the direction of Heaven or God. a people living under the law<​s​> of the gospel: or that law by which they may be sanctified and see the face of God.
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5th D
No Char
of the blessings of the earth.
H She= To point out subject— that is, it signifies a combinnation of the subject: also to designate one sentence from another, according to the differnt marks of punctuation signifying the whole of any thing or the whole earth
H Toan low ee tahee takee toues: under the Sun: under heaven; downward; pointing downward going downward; stooping down going down into another place,= any place: going down into the grave— going down into misery= even Hell; coming down in lineage by royal descent, in a line by onitas one of the royal families of the Kings of Egypt.
H Iota See, saw, seeing, or having seen or having been seen.
H Iota toues Zip Zis: The land of Egypt which was first discovered by a woman while underwater, and afterwards settled by her Sons she being a daughter of Ham— any land over flown with water— a land seen when overflown by water:— land overflown by the seasons, land enriched by being overflown low marshy ground.
H Su-e-eh-ni The same as the first.
H Hoeoophahphaheh Patriarchal government; or authority; a land governed according to the pattern or order given to the patriarchs or fathers; rules and laws of a goverment administered by the direction of Heaven or God. a people living under the laws of the gospel: or that law by which they may be sanctified and see the face of God.
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